case study— global FMCG company




Delivering SOA for Enterprise Data Integration



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Delivering SOA for Enterprise
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  1. 1. case study— global FMCG company Delivering SOA for Enterprise Data Integration WORLD CLASS ARCHITECTURE ©2005 Enterprise Architecture Solutions Ltd
  2. 2. Delivering SOA for Enterprise Data Integration W O R L D C L A S S A R C H I T E C T U R E Delivering SOA is about more than just implementing technology. Service Oriented Architecture is an approach and a set of principles that must be embraced if the benefits are to be realised. SOA had been identified as a key enabler for a new IT strategy at a global FMCG, in which around 80% of the integration was focussed on sharing data between 180 operating companies. EAS were engaged to define a vision and strategy for integration based on SOA; identify candidate services and solutions; to deliver a pilot and rollout the infrastructure and support organisation. challenge • To gain organisation buy-in for SOA as an enterprise initiative • To define a vision and strategy for integration that could satisfy the immediate requirement for Data Integration and yet also support future Application and Process Integration • To define useful and shareable services that meet the requirements of SOA – and were not just technical integration components • To deliver an architecture that can evolve incrementally and cost-effectively without requiring a large technology investment • To deliver a solution that is globally scalable, manageable and reliable • To rollout a Service Infrastructure for the SOA and to establish the client’s support and governance teams. solution result • EAS placed a small team on the assignment, • Increased speed of delivery. Consumers of supporting the key stakeholder the services were delighted with the speed and • The EAS Strategy Development Process was ease with which they could use the service used to define a vision and strategy, select the • Higher level of development. The Service strategic technologies and define an imple- Infrastructure took technology tasks out of the mentation roadmap integration development process • Candidate services were identified and piloted • Usage controlled by configuration. A pol- to validate the infrastructure and the SOA ap- icy-based approach to service management proach enabled services to be fully managed in terms • An infrastructure based on the selected strate- of provision and usage without coding gic technologies was specified and imple- • Enterprise-wide monitoring. Alerting, moni- mented through engagement with the opera- toring and usage-tracking was provided in tional support teams, including training and contrast to the existing EAI solution initial support of these teams • Point to point development, brokered • Services were defined in conjunction with the management. SOA delivered the ease of client’s Information Architecture team to en- point-to-point development but backed by the sure that the service schemas were aligned to strengths of a brokered architecture at man- the Information Architecture strategy. agement and runtime. How SOA is implemented is the key to its success and ensuring that services are shareable is one of the fundamental factors. In this case study, a single service is providing data to various consumers and in multiple data integration styles. By sticking to the approach and principles of SOA and aligning the use of technology to these, the benefits of SOA are already starting to be realised in this organisation. www.enterprise-architecture.com ©2005 Enterprise Architecture Solutions Ltd

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