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    • 1. Mobilizing Informix Dynamic Server Enterprise Data Christine Normile IDS Product Manager/IBM Anita Chung DB2 Everyplace Product Manager/IBM Informix User Forum 2005 Moving Forward With Informix Atlanta, Georgia December 8-9, 2005
    • 2. Enterprise Mobility Delivers ROI Now
      • In 2004 . . .
      • 625M WW Cell phone shipments
      • 11.7M PDAs will be sold
      • 30M total hotspot users
      • 50% business laptops will have WiFi
      Increase Productivity Same personnel, more requests completed Increase Profitability New business models, higher margins Customer Loyalty & Retention Less customer churn with value-added services Generate Additional Revenue More time with customers
    • 3. Using the appropriate technology At the right place (every place) Delivered to the right source At the right time (any time) The Right Information IDS
    • 4. DB2 Everyplace Overview
      • Reliable and secure access to enterprise information anywhere, any time for mobile workforce
      • A ~250KB zero admin data store that can be easily synchronized with DB2, IDS and other JDBC compliant enterprise data sources
      • Multi-platform synchronization server Support
      • A scalable solution that readily integrates with a portfolio of wireless offerings from IBM and your existing IT investments
      • Robust, high performance and on demand information management capability to mobile environment
      • Best of breed mobile client support
      • Three flexible licensing options to choose from
        • Mobile database and synchronization solution that easily integrates into existing IT environments
      “ Outlet Explorer, powered by DB2 Everyplace, improves the efficiency of field-based sales representatives by at least 50 percent. But the real benefit is the quality and reliability of the information that is now easily accessible, which can lead to increased profits. — Wolfram Ernst, Managing Director and Co-founder, LEAD ”
      • Benefits
      • Increase Employee Productivity
      • Improve Profitability
      • Reduce Costs
    • 5.
      • Financial Services..
        • on-line financial services
        • wealth management
        • customer loyalty
        • insurance claims
      • Brokerage Services..
        • CRM
        • alerts, news feeds
      • Retail..
        • mobile shopping
        • personal shopper
        • merchandising
        • retail content delivered to wireless devices
        • in store employee applications
      • Transportation..
        • flight confirmations, rapid check-in, etc.
        • airline / airport operations
        • route track and trace
        • rail car management
      • Healthcare..
      • physician practice management
      • pharmaceutical sales force automation
      • electronic clinical trials
      • hospital information systems
      • Utilities..
        • field worker access to information
        • customer account access
        • supply chain anywhere
        • machine-to-machine
      Typical Applications in Mobile Computing
    • 6. Considerations When Exploiting Enterprise Mobility
      • Who needs Access?
      • Which devices?
      • Is there connectivity available?
      • What application/information is needed on-site?
      • How do I manage these devices?
      • What level of security is required?
      • How do I connect across different network protocols?
      Depth of analysis on characteristics can determine level of business value capture
    • 7. DB2 Everyplace Mobilizes Your IDS Applications Sales Force Productivity Healthcare Shipping & Receiving Retail Inventory Management Field Service DB2 Everyplace Database
    • 8. DB2 Everyplace Solution
    • 9. DB2 Everyplace V8.2
      • Lay the foundation for enterprise mobility on demand
        • Complete mobile relational database and synchronization solution
        • Best of breed mobile platform support
        • Reliable and secure enterprise data access right from your palm
        • Complements a wide range of IBM wireless and information management software
      • Offer rapid return of investment
        • Integrated, open and scalable mobile application development made easy Zero administration, ultra small footprint mobile data base
        • Ship in three editions to meet the needs of enterprises of all sizes and ISV/OEM—Database Edition, Express Edition, Enterprise Edition
      • Free trial download available at:
        • http://www14.software.ibm.com/webapp/download/product.jsp?s=p&id=JPEN-4HNW2H
        • http://www-306.ibm.com/software/data/db2/everyplace/index.html
    • 10. Application Development Freedom
      • C/C++
      • JDBC
      • .net languages
      • Web Services
      • AppForge
      • Metrowerks
      • Eclipse
      • WSAD
      • WSDD
      • Platform Flexibility
    • 11. Scalable On Demand
      • As business grows, so can the underlying mobile database and synchronization infrastructure…
        • Start with DB2 Everyplace Express
        • Upgrade transparently to DB2 Everyplace Enterprise Edition
        • With a Simple license key change
    • 12. Key Autonomics Features Addressing Customer Pain Points
      • Self Optimizing
      • Auto-increment in “Identity Column” for table creation
      • Configuration Advisor Wizard
      • Automatic database REORG after synchronization
      • Automatic removal of server traces, logs and outdated data
      • Self Configuring
      • Zero admin database with self-reclaiming unused space
      • Guarantee data delivery to the source database
      • Automated management of DB2 functions on sync
      • Intelligent defaults (out of the box)
      • Self Healing
      • Automatic "resume" if canceled/failed
      • optimized recovery of messages
      • Automatic retry upon network errors during sync
      • Self Protecting
      • Table level encryption fordata on device
      • End-to-end encryption
      • Password protection with encryption
      • Removable memory card support
    • 13. Reference: CEMIG
      • How they changed:
      • Implemented DB2 Everyplace to connect field technicians to IDS database with service request data
      • Dispatch service orders to 500 mobile users who are with equipped with handheld devices
      • Where they started:
      • Legacy driven processes
      • Expensive dedicated satellite link
      • Technicians returning to operational bases for new orders
      • What they are achieving:
      • Improve responsiveness to service outages
      • Improve customer satisfaction
      • Achieve measurable ROI of US$600,000 per year
    • 14. DB2 Everyplace Components DB2 Everyplace is a small footprint relational database and synchronization server for mobile computing and embedded devices. Component Database Engine High performance data store for managing and using data on mobile and embedded devices Sync Client Sync client to communicate with the server using an http-based synchronization protocol. Sync Server Mobile user management and synchronization of enterprise data with mobile and embedded devices Description
    • 15. Mobile and Embedded Client Platform Support
      • Palm OS (UltraLite only)
      • Windows CE
      • Palm OS
      • Windows CE
      • Palm OS
      • Windows CE
      • Symbian
      • QNX Neutrino
      • Embedded Linux
      • (Blackberry/MIDP)
      Sybase Anywhere 9.0.2 Oracle Lite 10g DB2 Everyplace 8.2
    • 16. Supported Source Databases Supported Client Databases
      • DB2 UDB (LUW only)
      • Oracle DB
      • Microsoft SQL Server
      • Sybase Adaptive Server
      • Oracle DB
      • All DB2 UDB
      • Informix
      • Oracle DB
      • Microsoft SQL Server
      • Sybase Adaptive Server
      Sybase Anywhere 9.0.2 Oracle Lite 10g DB2 Everyplace 8.2
      • Sybase UltraLite, ASA
      • Oracle DB Lite
      • DB2 Everyplace
      • Cloudscape
      Sybase Anywhere 9.0.2 Oracle Lite 10g DB2 Everyplace 8.2
    • 17. Enterprise Mobility Solution for IDS
      • Database Engine
        • DB2 Everyplace
        • CloudScape
      • Sync Client API
      • Mobile Application
      • DB2 Everyplace Sync Server
        • Control DB
        • Mirror DB
      • Sync Server Servlet
      • WAS/Embedded WAS
      • Mobile Device Administration Console
      • Informix Dynamic Server
      Mobile Device Sync Server Data Source HTTP/HTTPS DataPropagator/JDBC Synchronize Replicate
    • 18. Synchronization Objects
      • Adaptor:
      • JDBC
      • File
      • DPropR
      • Custom
      N M Devices are defined when they first synchronize Subscription set subscription subscription Group (filter) User (filter) Device User (Filter)
    • 19. Single Server Architecture Clients Content Sources Mid-Tier Server Mobile Devices Administration Center Sync Server WebSphere Application Server Sync Client DB2 Everyplace Informix Dynamic Server Data Mirroring Administration
    • 20. DB2 Everyplace Sync Connection Options
    • 21.
      • Centralized administration
        • Mobile Devices Administration Center GUI (MDAC)
        • Zero administration on devices
          • Manage table definitions, constraints, and indexes
          • Vertical and horizontal partitioning of data
        • Control distribution of data, files, and applications
        • Grouping of subscriptions
        • Access control for device users based on privileges
      Sync Server and Client Overview
    • 22.
      • Message protocol utilizes WAP binary XML for compression
      • Automatic upgrade distribution of database and sync client engine software without user intervention
      • Security
        • Authentication
          • MD5 authentication for standalone
          • LDAP authentication with WEA
        • Communication data encryption
          • 56-bit and 128-bit DES for standalone
          • SSL with WEA
        • Local data encryption on devices setup through central administration
      Sync Server and Client Overview
    • 23. DB2 Everyplace Subscriptions for IDS
      • A replication subscription provides specifications for how the information in a source system (an enterprise server) is to be synchronized with a target system (the mobile device).
      • JDBC subscriptions provide users with access to data in source tables on a data source with a JDBC interface, including Oracle, DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, Informix, Sybase, and Lotus Domino.
      • Upload subscriptions only allows the user to directly insert rows into a table on a source database. Related tables on the mobile devices are not refreshed during synchronization.
      • File subscriptions allow replication of any type of file stored at the source server and are not bi-directional.
      • .
    • 24. JDBC subscriptions
      • Database deltas are synchronized between the clients and mirror database.
      • Deltas between the mirror and source are only transferred after replication.
    • 25. Upload subscriptions
      • Database deltas are uploaded directly from the clients to the source database.
    • 26. File subscriptions
      • Files are downloaded to the clients directly from the file system.
    • 27. Database Server
      • DB2 Everyplace uses several metadata tables to maintain information about its internal structure.
      • The performance of relational databases will typically decline as tables grow unless they are periodically reorganized.
      • Customer data should reside in backend servers on separate systems from the DB2 Everyplace system for maximum performance.
    • 28. Database Server (continued)
      • Database servers are required for core functionality:
        • DSYCTLDB: control database
        • DSYMSGDB: message store database
        • DSYCSTAT: client statistics
        • MIRROR: mirror databases
        • SOURCE: source databases
    • 29. JDBC Replication
      • Source Application Data Changes
    • 30. JDBC Replication
      • Client Application Data Changes
    • 31. Custom Logic
      • Allows application to customize behavior of synchronization and replication.
      • Custom Logic provides a mechanism for:
        • Real-time synchronization and replication
        • Primary key substitution
        • Customize conflict resolution
      • Callbacks available for:
        • start/end of database replication
        • start/end of table replication or synchronization
        • changed row of table during replication or synchronization Javadocs
      • API documentation available in:
        • $DSYINSTDIR/doc/lang/javadoc/CustomLogic
    • 32. Installation
      • DB2 Everyplace Setup Launchpad – Starting point for end users.
      • View Install Notes
      • View Release Notes
      • Install Product
      • Exit Launchpad
      • Installation is a two step process: install and configure
    • 33. Installation – Step 1
      • DB2 Everyplace Installation
        • Installation Wizard – copies the program files to the system and updates system registry on Windows.
    • 34. Installation – Step 2
      • DB2 Everyplace Configuration
        • Configuration Wizard / Command Line Utility – creates internal control databases, updates properties files, installs and configures embedded application server
    • 35. Best Practice
      • DB2e
        • Create indices for the most common queries
        • Minimize the number of records needed on the client (filter)
        • Synchronize often when you make client changes
      • Subscriptions
        • Subscriptions with different replication needs should go to different mirrors
        • Include as many tables as possible in a subscription
        • Use long replication cycle
        • Use upload subscriptions if possible for performance
          • Inserts directly on the source
        • Minimize the use of complex filters
    • 36. Best Practice (continue)
      • Design solution with no or minimum conflicts
      • Try to separate static and dynamic data in your design
      • Client communication
        • Adjust the timeout value for the client (default 30 sec)
        • Increase HTTP I/O timeout on WAS and HTTP Server (default 5 sec, use 30-60 sec)
    • 37. Why DB2 Everyplace? Immediate Availability of Data Increased Productivity Improved Responsiveness Increased Effectiveness Minimized Cost
    • 38. References
      • IDS Mobility on Demand:
        • http://www-306.ibm.com/software/data/informix/ids/mobility/
      • DB2 Everyplace external website: http://www.ibm.com/software/data/db2/everyplace
      • DB2 Everyplace library: http://www-306.ibm.com/software/data/db2/everyplace/library.html
      • DB2 Everyplace forum: http://server6.kepnet.com/cgi-bin/db2www/db2everyplaceforum.mac/main
      • DB2 Everyplace documentation
        • IBM DB2 Everyplace Sync Server Administration Guide
        • IBM DB2 Everyplace Sync Server Administration Guide
        • IBM DB2 Everyplace Installation and User’s Guide
    • 39. Get mobilized now
      • Leverage your existing Informix Dynamic Server based applications to mobilize your workforce
      • Purchase Informix Dynamic Server v10.0 or Upgrade to IDS v10.0
      • Contact your local IBM Sales Representative or Business Partner for the latest offers
      • Or log on to www.ibm.com/informix/ids/mobility for more information
    • 40. http://www.ibm.com/software/data/db2/everyplace/
    • 41. Mobilizing Informix Dynamic Server Enterprise Data Christine Normile, Christine.Normile@us.ibm.com Anita Chung, AChung@us.ibm.com Informix User Forum 2005 Moving Forward With Informix Atlanta, Georgia December 8-9, 2005