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  • 1. Integration as a Service Abhay Chitnis
  • 2. Agenda
    • Cloud Computing and Integration-as-a-Service
    • Enerprise Applications Integration
    • Business to Business Integration
    • SaaS Applications Integration
    • The New Paradigm
    • Vendor Landscape
    • Summary
  • 3. Agenda
    • Cloud Computing and Integration-as-a-Service
    • Enerprise Applications Integration
    • Business to Business Integration
    • SaaS Applications Integration
    • The New Paradigm
    • Vendor Landscape
    • Summary
  • 4. Cloud Computing Features
    • Cloud Computing is a style of computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources are provided as a service over the Internet
      • on-demand self-service
      • broad network access
      • location independent resource pooling
      • rapid elasticity
      • measured service
  • 5. Types of Cloud Computing Services
    • Types
      • Infrastructure-as-a-Service
      • Platform-as-a-Service
      • Software-as-a-Service
  • 6. SaaS Manifestations
    • Platform Blackboxing
    • Pay-per-use
    • Internet Protocols
    • Elasticity Computing
    • Self Service
    • Quick Deployment
    • Affordable
    • Web Applications
    • BI Applications
    • Testing-as-a-Service
    • Integration-as-a-Service (IaaS)
  • 7. IaaS Positioning – I
    • Platform Blackboxing
    • Pay-per-use
    • Internet Protocols
    • Elasticity Computing
    • Self Service
    • Quick Deployment
    • Affordable
    • Business Process Orchestration
    • Composite applications
    • Service Orientation
    • Rich set of toolset
    • Quality of Service
    • Governance
    I ntegration As A Service Current Integration Platforms SaaS Features
  • 8. IaaS Positioning – II Cloud Computing Paradigm Enterprise Applications Integration Business to Business Integration SaaS Applications Integration Integration- as-a- Service
  • 9. Agenda
    • Cloud Computing and Integration-as-a-Service
    • Enerprise Applications Integration
    • Business to Business Integration
    • SaaS Applications Integration
    • The New Paradigm
    • Vendor Landscape
    • Summary
  • 10. EAI Journey
  • 11. EAI Current State Business Process Orchestration
  • 12. Enterprise Applications Integration
    • Matured Landscape
    • Supports both event based and service based architecture models
    • Tighter integration with business
    • Governance remains an issue
    • Cost of product remains biggest challenge
  • 13. EAI– The cloud test
    • Platform black-boxing
    • Pay as you use
    • Internet standard interface
    • Elastic computing
    • Self Service
    • Affordable
  • 14. Agenda
    • Cloud Computing and Integration-as-a-Service
    • Enerprise Applications Integration
    • Business to Business Integration
    • SaaS Applications Integration
    • The New Paradigm
    • Vendor Landscape
    • Summary
  • 15. B2B-The Extended Enterprise
  • 16. B2B-Standards Complexity
  • 17. B2B Concerns
    • Unacceptable lead time in on-boarding new partner
    • Cost of managing multiple standards through on-site gateways is too high
    • Coherent view of the unified business process and its performance is missing
  • 18. B2B Emergence of Service Provider
    • Manages on-boarding of partner in shortest possible time
    • Single protocol based integration with the enterprise IT systems
    • Flexible pricing models
  • 19. B2B – Role of Service Provider
  • 20. B2B Integration – The cloud test
    • Platform black-boxing
    • Pay as you use
    • Internet standard interface
    • Elastic computing
    • Self Service
    • Affordable
  • 21. Agenda
    • Cloud Computing and Integration-as-a-Service
    • Enerprise Applications Integration
    • Business to Business Integration
    • SaaS Applications Integration
    • The New Paradigm
    • Vendor Landscape
    • Summary
  • 22. SaaS Applications Integration
  • 23. SaaS Challenges - Integration
    • SaaS applications in silos
    • Mix-and-match of best-of-breed SaaS
    • Lack of standardized interfaces
    • Increase in migration costs
    • Reduced Speed of deployment
  • 24. SaaS Integration – The cloud test?
    • Platform black-boxing
    • Pay as you use
    • Internet standard interface
    • Elastic computing
    • Self Service
    • Affordable
    • ?
    • ?
  • 25. Agenda
    • Cloud Computing and Integration-as-a-Service
    • Enerprise Applications Integration
    • Business to Business Integration
    • SaaS Applications Integration
    • The New Paradigm
    • Vendor Landscape
    • Summary
  • 26. IaaS Positioning
    • Platform Blackboxing
    • Pay-per-use
    • Internet Protocols
    • Elasticity Computing
    • Self Service
    • Quick Deployment
    • Affordable
    • Security Issues
    • Reliability Issues
    • Response Issues
    • Business Process Orchestration
    • Composite applications
    • Service Orientation
    • Rich set of toolset
    • Quality of Service
    • Governance
    • Cost of Deployment
    • Complexity of Standards
    Integration As A Service Current Integration Platforms SaaS Features
  • 27. The IaaS Paradigm SaaS Applications Legacy / Mainframe Applications Bi/DW Applications ERP Applications Other Applications B2B cloud services Private Cloud Applications B2B Standards Financial Standards Healthcare Standards Web Services / Message Queue / ESBs Universal Portal Business Process Orchestration Composite Applications Framework UNIVERSAL ESB Public Private
  • 28. Agenda
    • Cloud Computing and Integration-as-a-Service
    • Enerprise Applications Integration
    • Business to Business Integration
    • SaaS Applications Integration
    • The New Paradigm
    • Vendor Landscape
    • Summary
  • 29. Integration Vendors 1 of 3
    • A secure, scalable and high-performance B2B supply chain integration platform—GXS Trading Grid®—provides an innovative, cost-effective solution for cross-enterprise business process automation.
    • It’s a B2B solution for over 70% of the Fortune 500 companies. The verticals include CPG, Retail, High-tech-Auto, Finance
    • SPS Commerce is the leader in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) B2B integration
    • SPS Commerce is the recognized SaaS leader in B2B integration with 37,000 customers, pre-built integrations spanning 2,900 unique fulfillment workflows across 1,300 retailers, grocers and distributors, a customer satisfaction rate of 93% and the most comprehensive SaaS product suite available
    • More than 30,000 customers worldwide, including over 80 percent of the FORTUNE® 500, use Sterling Commerce solutions
    • This industry leader operates in the communication, logistics, finance, government and retail industries
    E2Open
    • A pioneer and leader in SaaS-based demand-supply network solutions
    • The multi-enterprise integration has helped global companies in high technology, semiconductor, telecommunications, aerospace & defense, and industrial manufacturing achieve leaner, more flexible demand-supply networks
    Inovis
    • Multienterprise Expert Services Hub (MESH) platform of Inovis is a fully redundant platform designed to deliver 100% availability and a data center designed to deliver 99.995% availability
    • Inovis serves retail, technology, finance, transport, automation industries
  • 30. Integration Vendors 2 of 3
    • Has pre-integrated its network with over 40,000 trading partners, who conduct over 1.4 billion transactions annually on the network.
    • Carries Industry-specific knowledge (automotive, trade, consumer products, technology, pharmaceutical, chemical, process industry) and serves 3,000 customers
    • Hubspan provides the single instance, multi-tenant integration components of a PaaS stack
    • It streamlines integration across multiple business processes across supply and demand chain, financial application and web commerce
    • large-scale enterprise customers including Boeing, Barnes & Noble, and CNET
    • Offers SCMaas, an on-demand, hosted SCM solution delivered as a managed service
    • iHUB: A feature rich hosted B2B messaging and EDI service that supports any message format and any transport protocol. Has a unique revenue sharing model between Perceptant and the host where partners can simply plug in.
    • Cloud optimized delivery solution for mission critical public and private applications to foster B2B relationship between enterprise and cloud services providers.
    • Helps integrate storage into B2B digital media supply chain.
  • 31. Integration Vendors 3 of 3
    • Application integration using a "configuration, not coding" approach
    • Aided by pre-configured templates
    • Cast Iron accelerates integration for Amazon Customers
    • Hosted Data Integration and Data Quality Services
    • Services are tightly integrated with the leading SaaS applications
    • MuleOnDemand, a hosted "Integration-as-a-Service" subscription offering
    • MuleSoft is a leading provider of open source infrastructure and integration software
    • Leading integration solution for SaaS vendors and ISVs
    • Over 150 leading vendors use Pervasive Integration
    • Design Once, Deploy on Cloud or On-Premises
    • TIBCO Silver offers rapid application delivery, self-aware-elasticity, security and support for standards
    • Clouds with proven data and process integration across enterprises
    • Boomi AtomSphere, the industry's one of first integration platform-as-a-service, supports B2B by connecting any combination of cloud and on-premise applications without software or appliances. ISVs, integrators, and businesses alike benefit by connecting to the industry's one of largest application networks using one seamless and self-service platform.
    • It offers connectors for platforms like Salesforce, Netsuite, Taleo, Quickbooks, Dynamics GP, Zuora, Peachtree
  • 32. Agenda
    • Cloud Computing and Integration-as-a-Service
    • Enerprise Applications Integration
    • Business to Business Integration
    • SaaS Applications Integration
    • The New Paradigm
    • Vendor Landscape
    • Summary
  • 33. Summary
    • Integration-as-a-Service exists in Cloud and Non-Cloud Paradigm
    • IaaS has the most matured manifestation in non-cloud based B2B integration
    • IaaS exploiting all of cloud computing features is in a nascent state
    • The public cloud based manifestation of IaaS offers strong value proposition from cost and speed perspective
    • The public cloud based manifestation of IaaS continues to be hounded by security, reliability and service quality issues
    • A hybrid cloud based IaaS is likely to be the deployment model to make the most of both non-cloud and cloud based integration

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