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1. New Integration Approaches in a Cloud Computing WorldDavid S. Linthicum, CTOdlinthicum@bluemountainlabs.com
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3. New Frontier?
4. T HE C LOUD C HANGES E VERYTHING
5. F RAGMENTATION OF D ATA ,S ERVICES , AND P ROCESSES
6. I NTEGRATION AND THE CLOUD : A NA FTERTHOUGHT
7. C ORE I NTEGRATION PATTERNS 1997 • Simple information exchange. • Adapter management. • Intra-enterprise. • Process focused. • Emerging use of services.
8. C ORE I NTEGRATION PATTERNS 2003 • Simple information exchange. • Use of services. • Use of processes. • Use of federated integration. • Leveraging transactions.
9. C ORE I NTEGRATION PATTERNS 2011 • Data integration. • Use of SOA patterns. • Use of standards. • Use of open source. • Movement to the hybrid cloud.
10. SOA Influence
11. N EW AND O LD F OCUS : SOA Monitoring/Event Management Process/Orchestration/Composites GovernanceSecurity Services Data Services Data Abstraction Data Data Rep Legacy Legacy New Services
12. SOA C HALLENGES Source: Wipro
13. S TART WITH THE A RCHITECTURE Understand: • Business drivers • Information under management • Existing services under management • Core business processes 13
14. I NTEGRATION S UCCESS :S TART W ITH THE D ATA Understand all application semantics in your domain. SOA Legacy Metadata Metadata Meta data analysis Data Abstraction External Data abstraction Layer Metadata layer definition (B2B) Data Services Data services definition
15. T HE B ASIC C ONCEPT • One can consider cloud computing the extension of SOA out to cloud-delivered resources. • The trick is to determine which services, information, and processes are good candidates to reside in the clouds, as well as which cloud services should be abstracted within Source: IBM the existing or emerging SOA.
16. Getting Things Done
17. U NDERSTANDING THE P ROBLEM• Cloud providers must integrate with existing enterprise systems to become more valuable.• However, existing internal integration needs to exist to ensure: – Production and consumption of structured information – Semantic mediation – Security mediation – Service enablement – Firewall management – Transactional integrity – Unstructured data – Holistic management of the complete integration chain
18. REMEMBER, THEREARE A FEWTECHNICAL ISSUES • Semantic and metadata management, or, the management of the differentTHAT YOU MUST information representations amount the external services and internal systems. • TransformationADDRESS… and routing, or, accounting for those data differences during run time. • Governance across all systems, meaning, not giving up the notion of security and control when extending your SOA to the global SOA. • Discovery and service management, meaning, how to find and leverage services inside or outside of your enterprise, and how to keep track of those services through their maturation. • Information consumption, processing, and delivery, or, how to effectively move information to and from all interested systems. • Connectivity and adapter management, or, how to externalize and internalize information and services from very old and proprietary systems. • Process orchestration and service, and process abstraction, or, the ability to abstract the services and information flows into bound processes, thus creating a solution
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