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WSO2Con - Integrating Telecom Big Data: Challenges and Lessons Learned

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WSO2Con 2013 - Case of project Coreo, a telecom platform that uses WSO2 ESB and BAM

WSO2Con 2013 - Case of project Coreo, a telecom platform that uses WSO2 ESB and BAM

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  • 1. Integrating Telecom Big Data: Challenges and Lessons Learned By Fabíola Pereira
  • 2. Motivation
  • 3. Motivation I want a service that, when given the cell phone number of my friend John, I receive a map of his current location.
  • 4. Motivation How about an application that every day, at 8 am, makes me a call and plays my favorite song?
  • 5. Motivation Weather Forecast Mother’s Day Sale Video Conference My playlist Call & vote Where is it? MMS Closest drugstore Blogging
  • 6. Motivation Birthday Reminder Voice Mail Weather Forecast Mother’s Day Sale Video Conference Virtual Pabx My playlist Horoscope Call & vote Where is it? Any news? House Monitoring Warn my vendors! SMS MMS Closest drugstore Mail Random videos Blogging Daily feeds
  • 7. Motivation
  • 8. Velocity VolumeVariety Motivation
  • 9. Outline Algar Telecom Coreo Platform Coreo Architecture Lessons Learned Challenges Conclusion
  • 10. Algar Telecom 58 years in operation More than 1900 associates More than 800 thousand customers Publicly traded* * Via debentures
  • 11. Business and Areas of Operation Concession - 87 communities in 4 states Authorization area - offices expanding into key states * In partnership with Algar Tecnologia Data and voice IT Services* Businesses Retail
  • 12. Brazil Central Brazil Pioneering Cellular telephone Pre-paid telephone Digital telephone 1 Gb broadband Wireline broadband 3G deployment Commercial fibre optic Speech recognition Leader in broadband penetration Pioneer in NGN deployment – Next Generation Network Brazilian Interior Latin America
  • 13. Outline Algar Telecom Coreo Platform Coreo Architecture Lessons Learned Challenges Conclusion
  • 14. Coreo Platform Factsheet • Dynamic Platform for the Composition of Applications • ~1,5 years of development • 6 software developers • In homologation phase • Innovative project
  • 15. Coreo Platform Components – the smallest units Send MMS Send SMS Translate Web Scrapper Web Service Send Mail RSS On Receive SMS On Receive MMS Math Make Call Get and PostDTMF Database Concat Announcement Telecom Internet Utils Media Storage
  • 16. Coreo Platform Applications – make your own composition via a Service Creation Environment Location (LBS)
  • 17. Coreo Platform Applications – make your own composition via a Service Creation Environment Web Scrapper Make Call Announcement
  • 18. Coreo Platform
  • 19. Coreo Platform
  • 20. Coreo Platform
  • 21. Outline Algar Telecom Coreo Platform Coreo Architecture Lessons Learned Challenges Conclusion
  • 22. Coreo Architecture App Engine Event Handler Services MonitoringandStatistics LogsandSDRs Portal SCE Web ServicesGadgets CoreoIdentityServer 3rd Party and Web AppsUsers COREO Platform File Manager Scheduler WS Broker DB Manager Telecom Platforms SDP Controller Components
  • 23. Coreo Architecture
  • 24. Coreo Architecture – front-end
  • 25. Coreo Architecture – front-end • Run apps via • Portal, • WS or • External gadgets.
  • 26. Coreo Architecture – front-end • Run apps via • Portal, • WS or • External gadgets. • Coreo Accounts (IS) • Ldap user store; • Memcached session store; • Identity Server personalized.
  • 27. Coreo Architecture – core
  • 28. Coreo Architecture – core • Messaging passing, non-blocking calls
  • 29. Coreo Architecture – core • Messaging passing, non-blocking calls • NoSQL for states storage: stateless architecture
  • 30. Coreo Architecture – core • Messaging passing, non-blocking calls • NoSQL for states storage: stateless architecture • WSO2 ESB for services exposure and communication with Telecom Platforms
  • 31. Coreo Architecture – back-end
  • 32. Coreo Architecture – back-end • WSO2 BAM 1.3 for monitoring and statistics • most popular apps; • most used components; • endpoint errors.
  • 33. Coreo Architecture – back-end • WSO2 BAM 1.3 for monitoring and statistics • most popular apps; • most used components; • endpoint errors. • Structured data into DB and unstructured data into HDFS via Scribe • Service Detail Records (SDRs – similar to Call Detail Records); • system logs.
  • 34. Coreo Architecture – discussion WSO2 Tools
  • 35. Outline Algar Telecom Coreo Platform Coreo Architecture Lessons Learned Challenges Conclusion
  • 36. Lessons Learned 1.Be careful what you count when measuring data growth 2. Continuous improvement. It never ends! 3. CAP Theorem: what are your requirements? What do you really need? 4. Open source rocks!
  • 37. 1. Become more data-driven Challenges 2. Move from reactive to proactive, turning data into actions 3. How to deal with legacy telecom platforms? How to adapt them? How to coexist? 4. Make Coreo happen!
  • 38. Outline Algar Telecom Coreo Platform Coreo Architecture Lessons Learned Challenges Conclusion
  • 39. Conclusion Built over WSO2 tools Distributed and scalable system – ready for Big Data Coreo Platform Telecom Innovation
  • 40. Thank you! www.algartelecom.com.br Fabíola Pereira Cesar Alvarenga Emilio Dias {fabiolas,cesarw,emilio}@algartelecom.com.br

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