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Adding a flexible mobility solution in a stable IT environment successfully - Capgemini

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SAP Mobility Forum
22 mrt 2012, ’s-Hertogenbosch

Spreker: Theo Elzinga, SAP IT architect, Capgemini Nederland B.V.

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  • 1. Adding a flexible mobility solution in a stable ITenvironment successfullyMaarten EngelsSAP Innovation Forum for Mobility, March 22th, 2012
  • 2. AgendaTodays challenges regarding the IT landscape Demand for different lifecycles to be agile but simultaneously robust… What can CORA do about it? The CORA model How to assess mobile solutions CORA Methodology Examples Enterprise 2.0/Cloud COmmon Reference Architecture ©2011 Capgemini. All rights reserved 2
  • 3. Todays challenges regarding the IT landscape  The IT landscape within organizations has evolved into a myriad of systems from a cocktail of vendors.  These systems primarily support local changing business needs implemented using vendor- specific reference architectures.  At the same time organizations are forced to add additional complexity to their IT Landscape:  Incorporate services from the cloud;  Provide services on any device.All this has a profound effect on delivering the expected value of IT landscape to the business. COmmon Reference Architecture ©2011 Capgemini. All rights reserved 3
  • 4. Application LifecyclesERP Business Functions Hub AppsComposites COmmon Reference Architecture ©2011 Capgemini. All rights reserved 4
  • 5. Crown modelPersonalize FlexibilityDifferentiate Organize Comply Stability COmmon Reference Architecture ©2011 Capgemini. All rights reserved 5
  • 6. Crown modelPersonalize FlexibilityDifferentiate Organize Comply Stability COmmon Reference Architecture ©2011 Capgemini. All rights reserved 6
  • 7. What can CORA do about it?  CORA model features: – Determine the impact of new Business Technology Trends; – Provide a solution for a Business question; – Help providing a planning to the needed solution; – Give insight in the risks involved, i.e. what is the slack to build into the planning.  This will result in Predictable, Repeatable and Risk-aware Solution Design. COmmon Reference Architecture ©2011 Capgemini. All rights reserved 7
  • 8. The CORA model Channel AccessUltra Thin Client Thin Client Rich Client Security& IT Governance Ultra Thin Web Browser Mobile Webbrowser Electronic Client (HTML) Device (RIA) Portal Workstation Channel Compliance SOA Governance Authentication Presentation Service Policy User Interface User Interface Principal User Interface Service Process Integration Propagation Repository Encryption Service Registry Composition Compliancy Orchestrated Composed Business activity Business Business Business monitoring H2A Orchestration A2A Orchestration H2H Collaboration B2B Orchestration Authorisation Component Entity Rules System Management Integration Single Sign On System Synchronous communication Monitoring A-Synchronous communication User Service Management Test Messaging File Transfer mediation Management Logging Repository Common Management Integration core Integration Auditing Change functionality metadata Management Configuration Application Management Make Buy Legacy BatchApplication Logic Application Entity Application Logic Application Entity Application Logic Application Entity Management Backup & Recovery Data Data Access DataStorage Master Transactional Unstructured Aggregated Canonical Data Access Data Data Data Data Data COmmon Reference Architecture ©2011 Capgemini. All rights reserved 8
  • 9. TRAIN Applications CAR applications HUB Applications BUS Applications SCOOTER Applications Channel AccessUltra Thin Client Thin Client Rich Client Security& IT Governance Compliance Presentation Composition (Agile) Integration (Standardized) Application (Stable) Data COmmon Reference Architecture ©2011 Capgemini. All rights reserved 9
  • 10. How to work with CORA Input Output Design Steps Architecture High Level Design Evaluated Application Principles Map requirements onto CORA IT Capabilities ArchitectureArchitecture Styles And define relationship between elements Application Lifecycle Directives Requirements Map technology components onto Input Infrastructure Functional the relevant IT Capabilities Architecture Information Assess the results through identifying Risk Area’s and resolving them Operational Check result against architecture Deployment principles/architecture styles Establish ownership (Processes/Data/Applications/ Interfaces) and determine location (Central/Factory) Detailed Design Derive Application Life Cycle directives regarding the mapped technology components COmmon Reference Architecture ©2011 Capgemini. All rights reserved 10
  • 11. Online/offline integration Channel AccessUltra Thin Client Thin Client Rich Client Security& IT Governance Ultra Thin Web Browser Mobile Webbrowser Electronic Client (HTML) Device (RIA) Portal Workstation Channel Compliance SOA Governance App Sybase Gateway Authentication Presentation Service Policy User Interface User Interface Principal User Interface Service Process Integration Propagation Repository Encryption Service Registry Composition Compliancy Orchestrated Composed Business activity Business Business Business monitoring H2A Orchestration A2A Orchestration H2H Collaboration B2B Orchestration Authorisation Component Entity Rules System Sybase IDE Management Integration Single Sign On System Synchronous communication Monitoring A-Synchronous communication Sybase User Sybase Service Management Test plugin mediation server Messaging File Transfer Management SAP Netweaver Logging Repository Mobile 7.1 Common Management Integration core Integration Auditing Change functionality metadata Management Configuration Application Management Make Buy Legacy BatchApplication Logic Application Entity Application Logic Application Entity Application Logic Application Entity Management SAP ECC Backup & Recovery Data Data Access DataStorage Master Transactional Unstructured Aggregated Canonical Risk investigation Area Data Access Data Data Data Data Data ? Yet unclear COmmon Reference Architecture ©2011 Capgemini. All rights reserved 11
  • 12. Online only scenario Channel AccessUltra Thin Client Thin Client Rich Client Security& IT Governance Ultra Thin Web Browser Mobile Webbrowser Electronic Client (HTML) Device (RIA) Portal Workstation Channel Compliance SOA Governance App Safari Authentication Presentation Service Policy User Interface User Interface Principal User Interface Service Process Integration Propagation Repository HTML5 Encryption Service Registry Composition Compliancy Orchestrated Composed Business activity Business Business Business monitoring H2A Orchestration A2A Orchestration H2H Collaboration B2B Orchestration Authorisation Component Entity Rules System App backend Management Integration ? Single Sign On System Synchronous communication Monitoring A-Synchronous communication User Service mediation ? Messaging File Transfer Management Test Management Gateway Logging Repository Common Management Integration core Integration Auditing Change functionality metadata Management Configuration Application Management Make Buy Legacy BatchApplication Logic Application Entity Application Logic Application Entity Application Logic Application Entity Management SAP ECC Backup & Recovery Data Data Access DataStorage Master Transactional Unstructured Aggregated Canonical Risk investigation Area Data Access Data Data Data Data Data ? Yet unclear OData COmmon Reference Architecture ©2011 Capgemini. All rights reserved 12
  • 13. Cloud assessmentEnterprise “On Premise” IT landscape CRM “On Demand” Cloud Provider Channel Access Channel Access Security& IT Governance Security& IT Governance Thin Client Rich Client Compliance SOA Compliance Rich Client Browser Mobile Browser Work- Governance Portal Portal (HTML) Device (RIA) station Service Policy Presentation Authentication Presentation Authentication Service Repository User Interface User Interface Principal User Interface User Interface User Interface Process Integration Propagation Service Process Registry Encryption Compliancy Repository Management Authorisation Authorisation BAM Single Requirements Integration Sign On Management A-Synchronous communication User Development User Management Management Management File Transfer Test Logging Management Common Release Integration core Integration Auditing Management functionality metadata Configuration Management Application Application Change Make Buy Legacy Management Buy Application Application Application Application Application Application Incident Application Application Incident Logic Entity Logic Entity Logic Entity Management Logic Entity Management Batch Data Management Data SystemData Access DataStorage Data Access DataStorage Monitoring Master Transactional Unstructured Aggregated Canonical Master Transactional Unstructured Aggregated Data Access Backup & Data Access Backup & Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Recovery Recovery COmmon Reference Architecture ©2011 Capgemini. All rights reserved 13
  • 14. See http://www.coramodel.com COmmon Reference Architecture ©2011 Capgemini. All rights reserved 14
  • 15. www.capgemini.comThe information contained in this presentation is proprietary and confidential. It is for Capgemini internal use only. Copyright ©2011 Capgemini. All rights reserved.

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