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Overview on how to integrate business process modeling and governance lifecycle with HP Application Lifecyle Management

Overview on how to integrate business process modeling and governance lifecycle with HP Application Lifecyle Management

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  • – shows basic information (successful requests, routing failures, policy violations), broken down per service with totals at the bottom.
  • – shows basic information (successful requests, routing failures, policy violations), broken down per service with totals at the bottom.
  • – shows basic information (successful requests, routing failures, policy violations), broken down per service with totals at the bottom.
  • – shows basic information (successful requests, routing failures, policy violations), broken down per service with totals at the bottom.
  • – shows basic information (successful requests, routing failures, policy violations), broken down per service with totals at the bottom.
  • – shows basic information (successful requests, routing failures, policy violations), broken down per service with totals at the bottom.
  • – shows basic information (successful requests, routing failures, policy violations), broken down per service with totals at the bottom.
  • – shows basic information (successful requests, routing failures, policy violations), broken down per service with totals at the bottom.
  • – shows basic information (successful requests, routing failures, policy violations), broken down per service with totals at the bottom.
  • – shows basic information (successful requests, routing failures, policy violations), broken down per service with totals at the bottom.
  • – shows basic information (successful requests, routing failures, policy violations), broken down per service with totals at the bottom.
  • – shows basic information (successful requests, routing failures, policy violations), broken down per service with totals at the bottom.
  • – shows basic information (successful requests, routing failures, policy violations), broken down per service with totals at the bottom.
  • – shows basic information (successful requests, routing failures, policy violations), broken down per service with totals at the bottom.
  • Many customers implement UDDI as either a stand-alone service directory or in conjunction with a service registry. Layer 7 SecureSpan XML Gateways are designed to integrate natively into a variety of registries like HP Systinet. In some instances this can be implemented using pre-canned API level integrations. However with all there is a simple out-of-the-box option to leverage UDDI directly. This example shows the set up for HP’s UDDI directory using HPs open Governance Interoperability Framework (GIF).
  • – shows basic information (successful requests, routing failures, policy violations), broken down per service with totals at the bottom.
  • -- is a trending graph of usage (requests/second).  This graph can be filtered based on service or gateway node.  For each discrete interval there is basic throughput information.
  • – shows a sample policy for a virtual endpoint.  In this case WS-Security signing and encryption is being validated to ensure authentication, authorization, confidentiality, non-repudiation, integrity.  A basic SLA restriction for Time Of Day is also being enforced.
  • – this simply shows the list of virtual endpoints published by the Layer 7 gateway.  Services can be grouped into folders with specific groups of users (administrators, operations, developers) granted read/write role access to these services & roles.
  • Metrics information for HOP BTO BAC:*For each virtual endpoint published on the Layer 7 gateway the following information can be retrieved by BAC via a SOAP call: -status- number of requests-number of failed requests-number of successful requests-total service time-max response time- last response time- throughput and average response time*Alert information (triggered many different ways at runtime in L7 policy) can be sent to HP BTO BAC via SNMP. An example could be when a requester has exceeded their request limit per time unit (daily, hourly, etc...). 
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    • 1. Session ID: BTOT-WE-1730/4
      Twitter hashtag #HPSWU
    • 2. Speaker Name: Peter Gibbels
      Date: Dec 1 2010
      Session ID: BTOT-WE-1730/4
      Govern and Manage Service oriented Composite Applications
      from Business Process to Execution
    • 3. Question
      How to integrate business process modeling & governance lifecycle?
    • 4. Composite Landscape Architecture Example
    • 5. Composite Application Example Process Model
    • 6. The ARIS Platform in the HP/SAP context
    • 7. Question
      How to govern Application SOA Services with HP SOA Systinet?
    • 8. Development Stage example of a composite application
    • 9. QA Stage example of a composite application
    • 10. Production Stage example of a composite application
    • 11. Complex landscape example of a composite application
    • 12. HP SOA Systinet 4 Lifecycle Management (1)
    • 13. HP SOA Systinet 4 Lifecycle Management (2)
    • 14. Systinet 4 Visual Navigation – Architectural View
    • 15. SOAP Service Properties
    • 16. Example Service Sales Order Confirmation with different Endpoints
    • 17. Systinet connected to several Service Registry in Composite Application Landscape
    • 18. Question
      What are the benefits for a developer?
    • 19. HP SOA Systinet Eclipse plugin & SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio Example
    • 20. Question : How about runtime governance?
      BTO SOA Systinet with Layer7 Technology Integration Example
    • 21. ( Example using HP SOA Systinet Registry foundation and HP GIF * )
      Layer7 Gateway to Systinet communication
      * GIF = HP Governance Interoperability Framework
    • 22. Basic information on Layer7 Gateway
    • 23. Trending graph of usage
    • 24. Sample policy for a virtual endpoint
    • 25. List of virtual endpoints published by the Layer 7 gateway
    • 26. Layer 7 gateway metric for Business Service Management integration with e.g BTO BAC
      • For each virtual endpoint published on the Layer 7 gateway
      • 27. status
      • 28. number of requests and failed requests
      • 29. number of successful requests
      • 30. total service time
      • 31. max response time and last response time
      • 32. throughput and average response time
      • 33. Alert information triggered in many different ways at runtime via L7 policy
    • Business Service Management
      Example Composite Application shown in BTO BAC Dashboard
    • 34. HP BTO BAC Dashboard Composite Application Example
      Custom Map
      • Console
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