The JBoss Way

The added value of open source middleware

Eric D. Schabell
JBoss Technology Evangelist (Integration & BPM)...
Contents

Red Hat Vision
JBoss Middleware
– Accelerate
– Integrate
– Automate

The Future: xPaaS
Enlightened Innovation

2
To Compete in the New World, Your Business Must Be:

MORE

MORE

IMMEDIAT
E

PERVASIV
E

MORE

AWARE

3
Everyone Assumes Cloud, But What About...

LEGACY APPS
APP COMPLEXITY

DATA LOCALITY

SECURITY

4
Red Hat's Vision

ONPREMISE

PRIVATE

PUBLIC

5
LIGHTWEIGHT

FASTER
INNOVATION

COMPLETELY
OPEN

6
Red Hat JBoss Middleware

MIDDLEWARE

User Interaction
Business Process
Management

JBoss Portal
Upcoming BPM product
JBos...
JBoss Middleware is Created the Red Hat Way

8
Accelerate

9
JBoss Data Grid

●

Distributed, in-memory
NoSQL datastore

●

Elastic scaling

●

High availability

●

Built on proven o...
JBoss Middleware and Mobile

●

Simple Java DSL for defining HTTP routes programmatically

●

Optimized for client-heavy a...
Integrate

12
JBoss A-MQ, Fuse, SOA-P

JBoss A-MQ / Fuse / JBoss SOA-P

13
JBoss Data Virtualization

JBoss A-MQ / Fuse / JBoss Fuse Service Works
JBoss Data Virtuailzation

14
Complementary Layers of Integration

JBoss A-MQ / Fuse / JBoss SOA-P
JBoss Data Virtuailzation

Pilar Bravo – Red Hat JBos...
Automate

16
JBoss Middleware – Automate

17
JBoss BRMS

●

A single distribution for
●

Business rules management (BRMS)

●

Business process management (BPM)

●

Com...
Coming Soon – JBoss BPM product

●

●

JBoss BPM product =
Polymita + BRMS 6
Business activity
monitoring (BAM)
dashboards...
The Future:
xPaaS

20
Marek Jelen – Modernization & optimization of IT services
practice with OpenShift + demo (11:00)

21
PaaS Adoption is Growing Rapidly

Gartner: $2.9B in 2016

27% CAGR

3.5
3
2.5
2
1.5
1
0.5
0
2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

...
PaaS Adoption Hindered by Functionality Gap

COMPLEX ENTERPRISE APPS

LOW LEVEL FOUNDATION

23
Middleware Bridges the Gap

COMPLEX ENTERPRISE APPS

MIDDLEWAR
E
LOW LEVEL FOUNDATION

24
Enterprise Applications and PaaS
Enterprise applications are composite and distributed
PaaS helps reduce work and simplify...
xPaaS Extends PaaS for Enterprise Needs
xPaaS brings more enterprise to PaaS

Phys

Virtualization/
Private IaaS

ONPREMIS...
PaaS Vendors Are Beginning to Specialize
PaaS Market
Revenue Share by
Segment

aPaaS
(application
PaaS)

iPaaS

aPaaS
almP...
But Nobody Has What Enterprises Really Need

Legacy large
vendors don't
get cloud

Emerging cloud startups
don't get enter...
Open Hybrid Cloud Middleware

ONPREMISE

PRIVATE

PUBLIC

29
Open Hybrid Cloud Middleware

ONPREMISE

PRIVATE

PUBLIC

30
Open Hybrid Cloud Middleware
2

3

4

Integration
PaaS

BPM
PaaS

Mobile
PaaS

1

Application PaaS

ONPREMISE

PRIVATE

PU...
Application PaaS
●

JBoss Enterprise Application Platform cartridge

●

No special APIs, just standard enterprise Java cod...
Integration PaaS
●

●

Integration
PaaS

●

JBoss Fuse service bus/messaging
cartridge
Run survice bus in public cloud or ...
BPM PaaS
●

●

●

●

Create process
models using cloud
service
Export to BPM
engine

●

BPM
PaaS

Share process models

●
...
Mobile PaaS
●

Push notification, security, data encryption,
offline and data synchronization

●

Support for native, hybr...
ENLIGHTENED
INNOVATION
WITH RED HAT
JBOSS MIDDLEWARE

Eric D. Schabell / erics@redhat.com / @ericschabell

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  • This important slide attempts to summarize Red Hat's business in three steps: (1) What we do(2) What the benefits are (3) How we do it
    The problem, of course, is that every vendor positions its products as wonderful, using the same words that we use. Customers hear the same story all the time. Red Hat's position is that we do everything the proprietary vendors do, but we do it with better price/performance, better quality, faster technology adoption, & we don't lock customers in.
    The point to make is that open source is *not* what Red Hat does. Open source is *how* we do what we do. Customers don't want open source software just for itself, they want the features that open source software offers.
    The slide also summarizes the technology areas where Red Hat provide products: Cloud, Middleware, Operating System, Virtualization, Storage. These 5 pillars are foundation of everything that we do.
    So: Red Hat is in business to supply world-class enterprise computing solutions that reduce costs, improve overall price/performance, reliability, security, etc. That's what we do.
    For the past 20 years, Red Hat has demonstrated that open source is a development model which produces higher quality products than the standard proprietary development model. Open source development costs are spread across a huge vendor ecosystem, resulting in cost savings for everybody, including customers. We have shown that open source is an effective way to produce high-quality, high-performance software. Our growth demonstrates the model's success.
    Note that words such as "lowest cost” and "cheaper" can be dangerous, because competitors can always find some way to look cheaper than we do, if that's what the customer is looking for. It's safer to use "price/performance" or “value for money.” In this case "performance" does not mean "faster", it means overall performance in terms of security, stability, availability, scalability, and every other dimension. It's the performance of the total solution, not the raw speed. So, for example, better price/performance can mean fewer support calls, thereby reducing downtime and improving system availability. Value for money can mean that a customer gets 80% of the features of a competing proprietary product, for 20% of the cost.
    Note also that along the bottom of the slide is a customer testimonial. We have hundreds of customer testimonials, so the presentation puts one in a "ticker" at the bottom of every slide.
    What we do:
    We supply enterprise-strength, mission critical, software and services in today's most important and dynamic IT areas.
    What are the benefits?
    Better price/performance
    Better quality, stability, robustness
    Faster adoption of new technologies
    Operational flexibility, no vendor lock-in
    How do we do it?
    We use an open source development model.
  • This important slide attempts to summarize Red Hat's business in three steps: (1) What we do(2) What the benefits are (3) How we do it
    The problem, of course, is that every vendor positions its products as wonderful, using the same words that we use. Customers hear the same story all the time. Red Hat's position is that we do everything the proprietary vendors do, but we do it with better price/performance, better quality, faster technology adoption, & we don't lock customers in.
    The point to make is that open source is *not* what Red Hat does. Open source is *how* we do what we do. Customers don't want open source software just for itself, they want the features that open source software offers.
    The slide also summarizes the technology areas where Red Hat provide products: Cloud, Middleware, Operating System, Virtualization, Storage. These 5 pillars are foundation of everything that we do.
    So: Red Hat is in business to supply world-class enterprise computing solutions that reduce costs, improve overall price/performance, reliability, security, etc. That's what we do.
    For the past 20 years, Red Hat has demonstrated that open source is a development model which produces higher quality products than the standard proprietary development model. Open source development costs are spread across a huge vendor ecosystem, resulting in cost savings for everybody, including customers. We have shown that open source is an effective way to produce high-quality, high-performance software. Our growth demonstrates the model's success.
    Note that words such as "lowest cost” and "cheaper" can be dangerous, because competitors can always find some way to look cheaper than we do, if that's what the customer is looking for. It's safer to use "price/performance" or “value for money.” In this case "performance" does not mean "faster", it means overall performance in terms of security, stability, availability, scalability, and every other dimension. It's the performance of the total solution, not the raw speed. So, for example, better price/performance can mean fewer support calls, thereby reducing downtime and improving system availability. Value for money can mean that a customer gets 80% of the features of a competing proprietary product, for 20% of the cost.
    Note also that along the bottom of the slide is a customer testimonial. We have hundreds of customer testimonials, so the presentation puts one in a "ticker" at the bottom of every slide.
    What we do:
    We supply enterprise-strength, mission critical, software and services in today's most important and dynamic IT areas.
    What are the benefits?
    Better price/performance
    Better quality, stability, robustness
    Faster adoption of new technologies
    Operational flexibility, no vendor lock-in
    How do we do it?
    We use an open source development model.
  • This important slide attempts to summarize Red Hat's business in three steps: (1) What we do(2) What the benefits are (3) How we do it
    The problem, of course, is that every vendor positions its products as wonderful, using the same words that we use. Customers hear the same story all the time. Red Hat's position is that we do everything the proprietary vendors do, but we do it with better price/performance, better quality, faster technology adoption, & we don't lock customers in.
    The point to make is that open source is *not* what Red Hat does. Open source is *how* we do what we do. Customers don't want open source software just for itself, they want the features that open source software offers.
    The slide also summarizes the technology areas where Red Hat provide products: Cloud, Middleware, Operating System, Virtualization, Storage. These 5 pillars are foundation of everything that we do.
    So: Red Hat is in business to supply world-class enterprise computing solutions that reduce costs, improve overall price/performance, reliability, security, etc. That's what we do.
    For the past 20 years, Red Hat has demonstrated that open source is a development model which produces higher quality products than the standard proprietary development model. Open source development costs are spread across a huge vendor ecosystem, resulting in cost savings for everybody, including customers. We have shown that open source is an effective way to produce high-quality, high-performance software. Our growth demonstrates the model's success.
    Note that words such as "lowest cost” and "cheaper" can be dangerous, because competitors can always find some way to look cheaper than we do, if that's what the customer is looking for. It's safer to use "price/performance" or “value for money.” In this case "performance" does not mean "faster", it means overall performance in terms of security, stability, availability, scalability, and every other dimension. It's the performance of the total solution, not the raw speed. So, for example, better price/performance can mean fewer support calls, thereby reducing downtime and improving system availability. Value for money can mean that a customer gets 80% of the features of a competing proprietary product, for 20% of the cost.
    Note also that along the bottom of the slide is a customer testimonial. We have hundreds of customer testimonials, so the presentation puts one in a "ticker" at the bottom of every slide.
    What we do:
    We supply enterprise-strength, mission critical, software and services in today's most important and dynamic IT areas.
    What are the benefits?
    Better price/performance
    Better quality, stability, robustness
    Faster adoption of new technologies
    Operational flexibility, no vendor lock-in
    How do we do it?
    We use an open source development model.
  • This important slide attempts to summarize Red Hat's business in three steps: (1) What we do(2) What the benefits are (3) How we do it
    The problem, of course, is that every vendor positions its products as wonderful, using the same words that we use. Customers hear the same story all the time. Red Hat's position is that we do everything the proprietary vendors do, but we do it with better price/performance, better quality, faster technology adoption, & we don't lock customers in.
    The point to make is that open source is *not* what Red Hat does. Open source is *how* we do what we do. Customers don't want open source software just for itself, they want the features that open source software offers.
    The slide also summarizes the technology areas where Red Hat provide products: Cloud, Middleware, Operating System, Virtualization, Storage. These 5 pillars are foundation of everything that we do.
    So: Red Hat is in business to supply world-class enterprise computing solutions that reduce costs, improve overall price/performance, reliability, security, etc. That's what we do.
    For the past 20 years, Red Hat has demonstrated that open source is a development model which produces higher quality products than the standard proprietary development model. Open source development costs are spread across a huge vendor ecosystem, resulting in cost savings for everybody, including customers. We have shown that open source is an effective way to produce high-quality, high-performance software. Our growth demonstrates the model's success.
    Note that words such as "lowest cost” and "cheaper" can be dangerous, because competitors can always find some way to look cheaper than we do, if that's what the customer is looking for. It's safer to use "price/performance" or “value for money.” In this case "performance" does not mean "faster", it means overall performance in terms of security, stability, availability, scalability, and every other dimension. It's the performance of the total solution, not the raw speed. So, for example, better price/performance can mean fewer support calls, thereby reducing downtime and improving system availability. Value for money can mean that a customer gets 80% of the features of a competing proprietary product, for 20% of the cost.
    Note also that along the bottom of the slide is a customer testimonial. We have hundreds of customer testimonials, so the presentation puts one in a "ticker" at the bottom of every slide.
    What we do:
    We supply enterprise-strength, mission critical, software and services in today's most important and dynamic IT areas.
    What are the benefits?
    Better price/performance
    Better quality, stability, robustness
    Faster adoption of new technologies
    Operational flexibility, no vendor lock-in
    How do we do it?
    We use an open source development model.
  • This important slide attempts to summarize Red Hat's business in three steps: (1) What we do(2) What the benefits are (3) How we do it
    The problem, of course, is that every vendor positions its products as wonderful, using the same words that we use. Customers hear the same story all the time. Red Hat's position is that we do everything the proprietary vendors do, but we do it with better price/performance, better quality, faster technology adoption, & we don't lock customers in.
    The point to make is that open source is *not* what Red Hat does. Open source is *how* we do what we do. Customers don't want open source software just for itself, they want the features that open source software offers.
    The slide also summarizes the technology areas where Red Hat provide products: Cloud, Middleware, Operating System, Virtualization, Storage. These 5 pillars are foundation of everything that we do.
    So: Red Hat is in business to supply world-class enterprise computing solutions that reduce costs, improve overall price/performance, reliability, security, etc. That's what we do.
    For the past 20 years, Red Hat has demonstrated that open source is a development model which produces higher quality products than the standard proprietary development model. Open source development costs are spread across a huge vendor ecosystem, resulting in cost savings for everybody, including customers. We have shown that open source is an effective way to produce high-quality, high-performance software. Our growth demonstrates the model's success.
    Note that words such as "lowest cost” and "cheaper" can be dangerous, because competitors can always find some way to look cheaper than we do, if that's what the customer is looking for. It's safer to use "price/performance" or “value for money.” In this case "performance" does not mean "faster", it means overall performance in terms of security, stability, availability, scalability, and every other dimension. It's the performance of the total solution, not the raw speed. So, for example, better price/performance can mean fewer support calls, thereby reducing downtime and improving system availability. Value for money can mean that a customer gets 80% of the features of a competing proprietary product, for 20% of the cost.
    Note also that along the bottom of the slide is a customer testimonial. We have hundreds of customer testimonials, so the presentation puts one in a "ticker" at the bottom of every slide.
    What we do:
    We supply enterprise-strength, mission critical, software and services in today's most important and dynamic IT areas.
    What are the benefits?
    Better price/performance
    Better quality, stability, robustness
    Faster adoption of new technologies
    Operational flexibility, no vendor lock-in
    How do we do it?
    We use an open source development model.
  • This important slide attempts to summarize Red Hat's business in three steps: (1) What we do(2) What the benefits are (3) How we do it
    The problem, of course, is that every vendor positions its products as wonderful, using the same words that we use. Customers hear the same story all the time. Red Hat's position is that we do everything the proprietary vendors do, but we do it with better price/performance, better quality, faster technology adoption, & we don't lock customers in.
    The point to make is that open source is *not* what Red Hat does. Open source is *how* we do what we do. Customers don't want open source software just for itself, they want the features that open source software offers.
    The slide also summarizes the technology areas where Red Hat provide products: Cloud, Middleware, Operating System, Virtualization, Storage. These 5 pillars are foundation of everything that we do.
    So: Red Hat is in business to supply world-class enterprise computing solutions that reduce costs, improve overall price/performance, reliability, security, etc. That's what we do.
    For the past 20 years, Red Hat has demonstrated that open source is a development model which produces higher quality products than the standard proprietary development model. Open source development costs are spread across a huge vendor ecosystem, resulting in cost savings for everybody, including customers. We have shown that open source is an effective way to produce high-quality, high-performance software. Our growth demonstrates the model's success.
    Note that words such as "lowest cost” and "cheaper" can be dangerous, because competitors can always find some way to look cheaper than we do, if that's what the customer is looking for. It's safer to use "price/performance" or “value for money.” In this case "performance" does not mean "faster", it means overall performance in terms of security, stability, availability, scalability, and every other dimension. It's the performance of the total solution, not the raw speed. So, for example, better price/performance can mean fewer support calls, thereby reducing downtime and improving system availability. Value for money can mean that a customer gets 80% of the features of a competing proprietary product, for 20% of the cost.
    Note also that along the bottom of the slide is a customer testimonial. We have hundreds of customer testimonials, so the presentation puts one in a "ticker" at the bottom of every slide.
    What we do:
    We supply enterprise-strength, mission critical, software and services in today's most important and dynamic IT areas.
    What are the benefits?
    Better price/performance
    Better quality, stability, robustness
    Faster adoption of new technologies
    Operational flexibility, no vendor lock-in
    How do we do it?
    We use an open source development model.
  • We're going to talk today about about the vision, strategy, and roadmap for two critical parts of the Red Hat story: JBoss Middleware and the OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service.
    It's about what enterprises really need from a cloud platform, and how PaaS, done right, can really accelerate your development, simplify deployment, and improve operations.
  • PaaS is on a tremendous growth streak.
    Gartner projects almost $3B in PaaS market size by 2016 with a growth rate of 27%. Other analyst firms, like the 451 Research, project even more--$5B with 38% growth.
    Obviously there's something significant going on here, and we're certainly seeing impressive interest and adoption with OpenShift.
    Just like the way the world got familiar and comfortable with open source to the point where it's now mainstream, the world is getting comfortable with cloud in general and PaaS in particular, and the momentum toward the mainstream is building fast.
    But it could be even faster...
  • These challenges are not new to cloud.
    In fact, they have been the challenges facing enterprise architects for decades before anyone used the term cloud.
    These challenges are precisely what motivated the creation of middleware, the “glue” or “plumbing” software that bridges the gap between complex, heterogeneous infrastructure and the demands on enterprise applications to support complex tasks.
    Middleware fills the gap between low-level infrastructure and applications.
    It allows application developers to build at a higher level of abstraction and not constantly reinvent the wheel.
    It also allows operations folks in the data center to manage applications—debug them, scale them, update them, accelerate them, etc.--in a much more consistent and efficient way.
  • These challenges are not new to cloud.
    In fact, they have been the challenges facing enterprise architects for decades before anyone used the term cloud.
    These challenges are precisely what motivated the creation of middleware, the “glue” or “plumbing” software that bridges the gap between complex, heterogeneous infrastructure and the demands on enterprise applications to support complex tasks.
    Middleware fills the gap between low-level infrastructure and applications.
    It allows application developers to build at a higher level of abstraction and not constantly reinvent the wheel.
    It also allows operations folks in the data center to manage applications—debug them, scale them, update them, accelerate them, etc.--in a much more consistent and efficient way.
  • Red Hat is unique in the industry in providing top-to-bottom of the stack enterprise-grade software as well as real cloud.
    [speak through diagram – on-prem or cloud, physical or virtual, the higher up the stack you go within PaaS, the less code needs to be written and the easier it is to manage applications]
  • Red Hat is unique in the industry in providing top-to-bottom of the stack enterprise-grade software as well as real cloud.
    [speak through diagram – on-prem or cloud, physical or virtual, the higher up the stack you go within PaaS, the less code needs to be written and the easier it is to manage applications]
  • This role and importance of middleware doesn't go away in the cloud; in fact, it's probably even more important in the cloud.
    You could think of PaaS as deployment machinery plus pre-packaged middleware in the cloud.
    In the early, less mature phase of the PaaS market, much of the focus was on the deployment machinery, with a minimal notion of middleware, a bare-minimum container, offered as the deployment stack.
    The PaaS market is already starting to evolve in this respect, with specialized, higher level middleware appearing in PaaS offerings with names like “iPaaS” for integration PaaS.
    iPaaS and bpmPaaS are two of the biggest and highest-growth subsegments.
    [Source: Gartner: Market Trends: Platform as a Service, Worldwide, 2012-2016, 2H12 Update, 5 Oct 2012]
  • [this slide could be eliminated with the following points spoken to on the previous slide]
    But none of these emerging PaaS offerings yet provide a holistic, comprehensive suite of capabilities to enable real enterprise application development, with all its attendant complexity, integration needs, and higher-level models such as process abstractions.
    A historical BPM player may provide a nice standalone BPM service, but that won't be part of a comprehensive PaaS offering.
    A legacy middleware provider may cloudwash their existing offerings, but without a real PaaS and real cloud experience, this won't give you a truly better development, deployment, and operational experience.
  • JBoss Middleware married with the OpenShift PaaS is the right way to achieve this higher-level enterprise PaaS.
  • JBoss Middleware married with the OpenShift PaaS is the right way to achieve this higher-level enterprise PaaS.
  • We begin our enterprise PaaS journey with four specific areas of middleware: the application container, integration, BPM, and mobile.
  • We begin our enterprise PaaS journey with four specific areas of middleware: the application container, integration, BPM, and mobile.
  • The JBoss Way, the Added Value of Open Source Middleware

    1. 1. The JBoss Way The added value of open source middleware Eric D. Schabell JBoss Technology Evangelist (Integration & BPM) Madrid - October 15, 2013
    2. 2. Contents Red Hat Vision JBoss Middleware – Accelerate – Integrate – Automate The Future: xPaaS Enlightened Innovation 2
    3. 3. To Compete in the New World, Your Business Must Be: MORE MORE IMMEDIAT E PERVASIV E MORE AWARE 3
    4. 4. Everyone Assumes Cloud, But What About... LEGACY APPS APP COMPLEXITY DATA LOCALITY SECURITY 4
    5. 5. Red Hat's Vision ONPREMISE PRIVATE PUBLIC 5
    6. 6. LIGHTWEIGHT FASTER INNOVATION COMPLETELY OPEN 6
    7. 7. Red Hat JBoss Middleware MIDDLEWARE User Interaction Business Process Management JBoss Portal Upcoming BPM product JBoss BRMS Application Integration JBoss A-MQ JBoss Fuse JBoss SOA-P Data Virtualization JBoss EDS Foundation JBoss EAP JBoss Web Server JBoss Data Grid JBoss Operation Network Management Tools Development Tools JBoss Developer Studio ACCELERATE INTEGRATE AUTOMATE 7
    8. 8. JBoss Middleware is Created the Red Hat Way 8
    9. 9. Accelerate 9
    10. 10. JBoss Data Grid ● Distributed, in-memory NoSQL datastore ● Elastic scaling ● High availability ● Built on proven opensource technology REST Client Memcache Client Tristan Tarrant – Replication between data centers + demo (13:30) HotRod Client 10
    11. 11. JBoss Middleware and Mobile ● Simple Java DSL for defining HTTP routes programmatically ● Optimized for client-heavy apps with limited sever entry points ● Easily integrate with existing enterprise security and enable two-factor authentication 11
    12. 12. Integrate 12
    13. 13. JBoss A-MQ, Fuse, SOA-P JBoss A-MQ / Fuse / JBoss SOA-P 13
    14. 14. JBoss Data Virtualization JBoss A-MQ / Fuse / JBoss Fuse Service Works JBoss Data Virtuailzation 14
    15. 15. Complementary Layers of Integration JBoss A-MQ / Fuse / JBoss SOA-P JBoss Data Virtuailzation Pilar Bravo – Red Hat JBoss SOA-P v6 + demo (12:45) 15
    16. 16. Automate 16
    17. 17. JBoss Middleware – Automate 17
    18. 18. JBoss BRMS ● A single distribution for ● Business rules management (BRMS) ● Business process management (BPM) ● Complex event processing (CEP) 18
    19. 19. Coming Soon – JBoss BPM product ● ● JBoss BPM product = Polymita + BRMS 6 Business activity monitoring (BAM) dashboards ● User form creation ● Process simulation ● OptaPlanner algorithms for solving planning problems Pedro Zapata – Next Generation Business Process Management (10:15) 19
    20. 20. The Future: xPaaS 20
    21. 21. Marek Jelen – Modernization & optimization of IT services practice with OpenShift + demo (11:00) 21
    22. 22. PaaS Adoption is Growing Rapidly Gartner: $2.9B in 2016 27% CAGR 3.5 3 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 0 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Source: Gartner, Market Trends: PaaS Worldwide 22
    23. 23. PaaS Adoption Hindered by Functionality Gap COMPLEX ENTERPRISE APPS LOW LEVEL FOUNDATION 23
    24. 24. Middleware Bridges the Gap COMPLEX ENTERPRISE APPS MIDDLEWAR E LOW LEVEL FOUNDATION 24
    25. 25. Enterprise Applications and PaaS Enterprise applications are composite and distributed PaaS helps reduce work and simplify deployment Phys Virtualization/ Private IaaS ONPREMISE PRIVAT E Public IaaS App Component App Component App Component Private PaaS App Component App Component App Component App Component App Component Applications SaaS Public PaaS PUBLIC 25
    26. 26. xPaaS Extends PaaS for Enterprise Needs xPaaS brings more enterprise to PaaS Phys Virtualization/ Private IaaS ONPREMISE PRIVATE Public IaaS xPaaS xPaaS App Component App Component Private PaaS App Component xPaaS App Component App Component App Component App Component App Component Applications SaaS Public PaaS PUBLIC 26
    27. 27. PaaS Vendors Are Beginning to Specialize PaaS Market Revenue Share by Segment aPaaS (application PaaS) iPaaS aPaaS almPaaS bpmPaas iPaaS security MFT governance baPaaS MOM dbPaaS portal almPaaS bpmPaaS Source: Gartner 27
    28. 28. But Nobody Has What Enterprises Really Need Legacy large vendors don't get cloud Emerging cloud startups don't get enterprise 28
    29. 29. Open Hybrid Cloud Middleware ONPREMISE PRIVATE PUBLIC 29
    30. 30. Open Hybrid Cloud Middleware ONPREMISE PRIVATE PUBLIC 30
    31. 31. Open Hybrid Cloud Middleware 2 3 4 Integration PaaS BPM PaaS Mobile PaaS 1 Application PaaS ONPREMISE PRIVATE PUBLIC 31
    32. 32. Application PaaS ● JBoss Enterprise Application Platform cartridge ● No special APIs, just standard enterprise Java code ● PaaS UX simplifies deployment, scaling, updates Application PaaS ONPREMISE PRIVATE PUBLIC 32
    33. 33. Integration PaaS ● ● Integration PaaS ● JBoss Fuse service bus/messaging cartridge Run survice bus in public cloud or on premise PaaS UX simplifies connections, route, and queue configurations Application PaaS ONPREMISE PRIVATE PUBLIC 33
    34. 34. BPM PaaS ● ● ● ● Create process models using cloud service Export to BPM engine ● BPM PaaS Share process models ● Run BPM engine in cloud or on prem Orchestrate processes spanning cloud, on prem PaaS UX simplifies config Application PaaS ONPREMISE PRIVATE PUBLIC 34
    35. 35. Mobile PaaS ● Push notification, security, data encryption, offline and data synchronization ● Support for native, hybrid, and mobile web apps ● Run backend in public cloud or on prem ● PaaS UX simplifies notification and integration Mobile PaaS config, API development Application PaaS ` ONPREMISE PRIVATE PUBLIC 35
    36. 36. ENLIGHTENED INNOVATION WITH RED HAT JBOSS MIDDLEWARE Eric D. Schabell / erics@redhat.com / @ericschabell 36
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