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Application Integration Architecture of Excellence - Answering to the Challenges

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Application Integration Architecture of Excellence
Answering to the Challenges
Sari Pan Pacific Hotel, Jakarta
June 24th, 2008

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  • 1. Application Integration Architecture of Excellence Answering to the Challenges Sari Pan Pacific Hotel, Jakarta June 24th, 2008 Henry Chandra Solution/SOA Architect PWS Consulting Pte. Ltd. [email_address] +62 856 138 58 98
  • 2.
    • “ The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them”
    • Albert Einstein
    • Challenges faced by business today
    • Answering the challenges
    • How can the methodology help?
    • How can it benefit the organization?
  • 3. Challenges faced by business today
  • 4. Challenges Faced by Business How do these challenges translate into implementation in IT enterprise ecosystem? How can IT help the company to stay abreast of the competition?
  • 5. Challenges Faced by IT “ We would never have the luxury to tell the customers that we can’t fulfill their demands because our systems are still silo-ed”
  • 6. Common IT Challenges
    • Increasing competitiveness and rapid changes requires business agility
    • IT environments are growing more heterogeneous and decentralized
    • Processes and data are across system boundaries and difficult to monitor or improve
    • Constant pressure to lower cost of ownership
    • “ The main objective with SOA initiatives is to enable a more agile, flexible and standardized approach to designing, developing and deploying functionality that is often scattered throughout established IT systems”
    • Gartner, Inc., “Benefits and Challenges of SOA in Business Terms”, September 2005
  • 7. Answering the challenges
  • 8. Answering to the Challenges
    • Moving from Silos to Integrated Enterprise Ecosystem
    Looks complex? Ineffective? Yet, sounds too familiar…
  • 9. Answering to the Challenges
    • Moving from Silos to Integrated Enterprise Ecosystem
  • 10.
    • What is Service Oriented Architecture?
    Service Oriented Architecture
  • 11.
    • What is Business Process Management?
      • BPM is the practice of improving the efficiency and effectiveness of any organization by automating the organization's business processes.
    Business Process Management Technology Process Organization People
  • 12. SOA and BPM LifeCycle “ Because BPM is a major reason for turning to SOA, companies are likely to target some of their SOA spending to BPMS” Michelle Cantara, research Vice President at Gartner Integrate Deploy Discover Develop Orchestrate Monitor Manage Secure
  • 13. Answering to the Challenges
    • From point-to-point Integration to SOA-enabled EAI
  • 14.
    • Modernizing Legacy Applications
    • Existing Business Application Reusability
    Answering to the Challenges
  • 15.
    • Modern, Composite Application
    • Improved IT Agility toward business demands and changes
    Answering to the Challenges Traditional IT Capability IT That Fits The Business Business Requirements
  • 16. Takeaway Points
    • Forrester, “Your Strategic SOA Platform Vision”, March 2005
    OK, they’re good concepts. But how can I implement it??
  • 17. How can the methodology help? Courtesy of http://geekandpoke.typepad.com/
  • 18. ProcessPlus™ SOA Life Cycle
  • 19. ProcessPlus™ SOA Life Cycle Phase Initiation Stream Phase Engineering Stream Phase Deployment Stream Project Management, Quality Assurance and Risk Management Stream Phase Planning Business Process Analysis Establish Tools & Technology Build Architectural View Business Process Orchestration Design Integration Engineering User Interface Design Business Process Simulation Establish Service Bus Establish Service Registry Build Service Portfolio Service Enable Legacy Apps User Interface Testing Business Process Flow Testing User Acceptance Testing Establish Canonical Data Integration Model Canonical Data Analysis & Design KPI, Metrics and Measures Analysis & Design Initiate Establish KPI Framework Build KPI Integration Infrastructure Business Rules Establishment Build Rules Integration Infrastructure Integration Testing User Training Production Infrastructure Deployment Some might call this SOA Governance… but ProcessPlus TM is a whole lot more than that
  • 20. SOA Adoption Maturity Level Strategic Goal: SOA focused on Simple Quick-Win Projects Tactical Plan: Get experience building, deploying and consuming services
    • Strategic Goal: SOA applied to existing project portfolio
    • Tactical Plan:
    • Apply SOA to simple integration projects
    • Deploy Service Management
    • Focus on Standards
    • Initial SOA Planning
    • Strategic Goal: SOA focused on Business Process Automation and Improvement
    • Tactical Plan:
    • Layer Orchestration and BPM into services
    • Enterprise Architecture Group starts driving Enterprise SOA Adoption
    • Strategic Goal: SOA quantitatively managed. Monitoring business process for business process optimization
    • Tactical Plan:
    • Deploy BAM, BPEL or BPM as Baseline, Improve and Report on Processes
    • Process Owners driving Business Process Optimization
    • Measure and Improve Service Reuse
    • Strategic Goal: Able to support Business Initiatives in timely and cost-effective manner
    • Tactical Plan:
    • Deploy Event-Driven Technology to enable Automated Self-Optimizing Applications
  • 21. SOA Success Drivers
  • 22. SOA vs. JBOWS Architecture But most importantly, “ SOA initiative has to be sponsored by Business” “ SOA is an initiative that focuses and sponsored by business while need to be supported by strong technical skills. Its trajectory needs to be aligned with business direction and driven by business needs . It is a shared responsibility between business and technical.” http://blog.pwsconsulting-sg.com Courtesy of http://geekandpoke.typepad.com/
  • 23. How to Sail the Seven Seas
  • 24. How can it benefit the organization?
  • 25. How can it benefit your organization?
      • Improved business efficiency
      • Increased customer loyalty
      • Better process visibility
      • Improved agility
      • Better re-use of IT assets
      • Enhanced Simplicity
      • A Future-proof Solution .
  • 26. SOA Adoption Growth Company’s use of, or plans for, Web Services and/or SOA How well are your company’s investments in Web Services/SOA meeting your expectations for the following? * According to CIO Insight Research, July 2007
  • 27. SOA Adoption Growth
    • AMR Research ( http://amrres.com ) Finds Average Spending on SOA Software and Services Reached $1.4 Million in 2007
    • SOA Adoption is broad based and growing rapidly, China, Germany and the US all showed growth rates of over 100% in 2007 – 2008
    • SOA Spending is significant – 45% of SOA Adopters reported spending over $500K on SOA Software and Services in 2007
    • AMR Research, February 25, 2008
    • Gartner predicts big growth for applications designed around service oriented architecture, over 50% of new mission-critical applications and processes is SOA-based in 2007 and by 2010 as many as 80% of new initiatives will be designed around SOA.
    • Worldwide market for BPMS is expected to reach $2.6 billion by 2011 from $1 billion in 2007 , with compound annual growth rate of 24%
  • 28. Thank You More on SOA: South East Asia SOA Blog ( http://blog.pwsconsulting-sg.com )