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Unified and Automated Service Governance

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- Service Governance: Objectives and Requirements …

- Service Governance: Objectives and Requirements
- Services: What Are We Looking to Achieve?
- Unified Governance Reference Architecture
- Unified Governance Automation System Elements

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  • 1. Unified and Automated Service Governance Maurizio Canton EMEA Technical Director maurizio.canton@soa.com Copyright © 2001-2011 SOA Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved. All content subject to confidentiality agreement between SOA Software and Customer.
  • 2. Agenda • Service Governance: Objectives and Requirements • Services: What Are We Looking to Achieve? • Unified Governance Reference Architecture • Unified Governance Automation System Elements • The Solution • Q&A Copyright © 2001-2011 SOA Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved. All content subject to confidentiality agreement between SOA Software and Customer. Slide 2
  • 3. Service Governance: Objectives and Requirements • Why would you need Governance? • What are you trying to achieve doing Governance? (Repository) • How can I (Lifecycle Governance) trust a service written by someone else? • How can I control who is using my services? (End to End Unified Governance Automation) • How can I ensure I provide the SLAs promised to my consumers? (Policy Governance) Copyright © 2001-2011 SOA Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved. All content subject to confidentiality agreement between SOA Software and Customer. Slide 3
  • 4. Services, What Are We Looking to Achieve? • • • • • • • • • Identify candidate services Prioritize service development Enforce enterprise architecture planning policies Create a service roadmap Manage asset relationships Model current and target architecture Import existing models Integrate with existing environments Ensure that SOA portfolio management remains a continuous dynamic process Identify Analysis • • • • • • • • • Repository Lifecycle management workflow Metadata federation Govern development platforms Consistent definition and management of services and assets across all development environments Integrate with IDE Custom asset and artifacts types Asset relationship management Visualization • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Design Develop Test Registry Policy governance processes Service metadata repository Consistent application of policies throughout the enterprise WS-Policy Compliance policies Operational policies Quality of Service (QoS) policies Monitors performance, performance, throughput, usage throughput, usage of service of service and applications and applications SLA reporting Performance charting Alerts Exception management Real-time and historic charts Stage Release • • • • • • • • • • API Definition API Documentation Message and policy mediation Security Monitoring and management QoS Management App and API testing Developer community Private and public On-premise and Cloud Operate Retire Unified Automated Enterprise Lifecycle Workflow December 19, 2013 Copyright © 2001-2011 SOA Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved. All content subject to confidentiality agreement between SOA Software and Customer. Slide 4
  • 5. Benefits of Unified Service Governance • Agility – Unified service governance can facilitate fast, effective decision making across both business and IT, and enhance the ability to rapidly build, configure and assemble services to form innovative solutions in the marketplace, reducing bureaucratic obstacles that get in the way • Speed to Market – Unified service governance can speed resolution when things do not work according to the plan. People will understand who to go to and how best to resolve issues for maximum effectiveness. This knowledge can help speed change, enabling organizations to react more quickly and decisively to competitive threats and marketplace opportunities • Reduced Cost – Acceptance of and agreement on services that provide the greatest value encourages adoption and reuse of those services and reduces wasted effort and cost. Tracking and managing to standards helps guide users and developers to know what to do and when and where to look for available services. As existing service assets are leveraged across the organization, return on investment improves Copyright © 2001-2011 SOA Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved. All content subject to confidentiality agreement between SOA Software and Customer. Slide 5
  • 6. Customers who benefit from this approach BMW Financial Services Copyright © 2001-2011 SOA Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved. All content subject to confidentiality agreement between SOA Software and Customer. Slide 6
  • 7. The Solution December 19, 2013 Copyright © 2001-2011 SOA Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved. All content subject to confidentiality agreement between SOA Software and Customer. Slide 7
  • 8. Extended Lifecycle - Services to APIs Copyright © 2001-2011 SOA Software, www.soa.com/atmosphere Inc. All Rights Reserved. All content subject to confidentiality agreement between SOA Software and Customer. Slide 8
  • 9. Q&A Copyright © 2001-2011 SOA Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved. All content subject to confidentiality agreement between SOA Software and Customer. Slide 9
  • 10. THANK YOU! Copyright © 2001-2011 SOA Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved. All content subject to confidentiality agreement between SOA Software and Customer. Slide 10