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  • Build a Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment – WebSphere Connectivity Solutions
  • Business Challenge Your payments network Our payments business is is too brittle, making it growing fast, our payments difficult and costly to network needs to keep up! improve. Service Oriented Finance IBM CIO 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 2
  • Service Oriented Finance Payment Systems - Connectivity Requirements Extend the reach of the payment network Connect to any enterprise resource, using any protocol Integrate with existing departmental connection solutions Use existing applications, regardless of data format High performance Support increasing demand Transactional Maintain data integrity Use service lookups for resilient business operations End points are sometimes not available or not responsive Dynamically select alternatives 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 3
  • Current Service Oriented Finance Payment Network Is Not Flexible Departmental Change Departmental Enterprise Service Bus Enterprise Service Bus Many point-to-point connections between applications Connectivity logic is coded into applications One change requires many other changes Existing departmental connection solutions are not integrated 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 4
  • Vision For A New, Flexible Service Oriented Finance Payment Network Enterprise Service Bus Mediation Services: Routing, Transformation, Transport Switching, Augmentation, Transactional, Resilience Departmental ESB Change Departmental ESB Connect anything to anything using fewer connections Use existing applications Fewer changes as requirements change Work seamlessly with existing departmental ESB solutions 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 5
  • IBM Enterprise Service Bus Extends Reach By Connecting To Your Entire Enterprise Devices Data Formats Messaging Systems ACORD COBOL Copybook XML WebSphere MQ Telemetry SWIFT EDIFACT MIME Sonic MQ Mobile Any JMS TIBCO EMS HIPAA IDoc HL7 TIBCO Rendezvous C Header X12 TLOG WebSphere platform Custom Binary messaging IBM Enterprise Service Bus Databases File Systems DB2 SQL Server Platforms Oracle Sybase z/OS AIX Linux Appliance Solaris HP/UX Windows Enterprise Protocols Applications SOAP FTP Point-to-Point UDDI SAP Pub / Sub TCP/IP Sockets Enriched JD Edwards Message HTTP Oracle PeopleSoft LDAP Multicast Models Registries SMTP Siebel 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity
  • Microsoft BizTalk Server Has Limited Reach Devices Data Formats Messaging Systems ACORD COBOL Copybook XML WebSphere MQ Telemetry SWIFT EDIFACT MIME Sonic MQ Mobile Any JMS TIBCO EMS HIPAA IDoc HL7 TIBCO Rendezvous C Header X12 TLOG WebSphere platform Custom Binary messaging Microsoft BizTalk Databases File Systems DB2 SQL Server Platforms Oracle Sybase z/OS AIX Linux Appliance Solaris HP/UX Windows Enterprise Protocols Applications SOAP FTP Point-to-Point UDDI SAP Pub / Sub TCP/IP Sockets Enriched JD Edwards Message HTTP Oracle PeopleSoft LDAP Multicast Models Registries SMTP Siebel 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity
  • Oracle Service Bus Has Limited Reach Devices Data Formats Messaging Systems ACORD COBOL Copybook XML WebSphere MQ Telemetry SWIFT EDIFACT MIME Sonic MQ Mobile Any JMS TIBCO EMS HIPAA IDoc HL7 TIBCO Rendezvous C Header X12 TLOG WebSphere platform Custom Binary messaging Oracle Service Bus Databases File Systems Need adapter for updates DB2 SQL Server Platforms Oracle Sybase z/OS AIX Linux Appliance Solaris HP/UX Windows Enterprise Protocols Applications SOAP FTP Point-to-Point UDDI SAP Pub / Sub TCP/IP Sockets EM Enriched JD Edwards Message O HTTP Oracle PeopleSoft LDAP Multicast Models Registries SMTP Siebel 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity
  • Many Enterprises Have “Islands” With Multiple ESBs Deployed Requesters cannot easily call service providers on other ESB islands IBM ESB R R S S Requester on Oracle ESB Oracle wants to call Sonic ESB service on Sonic R S R R S R S R S S TIBCO ESB R R = service requester S R S S = service provider 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 9
  • IBM Extends Reach By Federating Multiple ESBs Into A Single, Logical ESB Provides any-to-any connectivity between ESB islands Federated ESB Requester on Oracle IBM ESB successfully calls service on Sonic R R S S Oracle ESB Sonic ESB R S R R S R S R S S TIBCO ESB Oracle, Microsoft, R S and JBoss can’t S R do this! 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 10
  • Federating ESBs With IBM Middleware Connectivity Web services WebSphere MQ asynchronous messaging WebSphere Message Broker for JMS interconnectivity Benefit – connect to any application or platform Security and governance WebSphere Services Registry and Repository Benefit – consistent governance across applications Monitoring Tivoli management Benefit – consistent monitoring across applications 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 11
  • Content-Based Routing Mediation Service Example: Route payment based on payment amount High Value Receiver > 100 Enterprise Service Bus XML Content <amount> Sender 56.83 274.25 Based </amount> Routing < 100 Low Value Receiver 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 12
  • Transformation Mediation Service Example: Transform XML to Automated Clearing House format Enterprise Service Bus Sender XML ACHData Receiver <amount> 56.83 Transformation 005683 Binary Format XML Format </amount> Transform message format into any other format No changes to existing sender or receiver applications Transformations are centralized and re-usable 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 13
  • WebSphere Transformation Extender Makes Creating Data Transformations Even Easier COPYBOOK PROPRIETARY TABLE 01 03 TP-API-CB. TP-AGAPI-CB. CASH RECONCILATION 05 TP-AGAPI-REQUEST PIC X(40). Make Model PKG Extended_F 88 TP-AGAPI-INITIALIZE-REQUEST VALUE 'INITIALIZE-MAPPING'. eatures 88 TP-AGAPI-PERFORM-MAPPING VALUE 'PERFORM-MAPPING'. 10029847 - $100,000,000.00 Ford Prefect 3489 2984782q, 05 88 TP-AGAPI-FINISH-MAPPING VALUE 'FINISH-MAPPING'. TP-AGAPI-VERSION PIC X(04). DUNS 0123 13948589 - $679,495,094.98 0 93847920, 88 88 TP-AGAPI-VERSION-VALID TP-AGAPI-VERSION-0100 VALUES ARE '0100' '0200'. VALUE '0100'. F046000INV for 2 13950967 - $588,345,058.00 3438084 05 10 88 TP-AGAPI-VERSION-0200 TP-AGAPI-RESPONSE. TP-AGAPI-RESPONSE-CODE VALUE '0200'. PIC 9(04) COMP. months 120799 13950968 - $000,000,000.00 Ford Prefect 3489 2984782q, 88 TP-AGAPI-ALL-OKAY 88 TP-AGAPI-REQUEST-ERROR VALUE 0. VALUE 1. 12 718-339-1700I43989D-2 14001321 - $098,957,038.12 0 93847920, 3438084 88 TP-AGAPI-INITIALIZE-ERROR 88 TP-AGAPI-MAP-ERROR VALUE 2. VALUE 3. 120799999-b 88 TP-AGAPI-FINISH-ERROR 88 TP-AGAPI-UNKNOWN-LOOP-ID VALUE 4. VALUE 5. 003000010000 AAA: HT4459 Ford Prefect 3489 2984782q, 88 TP-AGAPI-NO-ALGORITHM 88 TP-AGAPI-NO-PARTNER 88 TP-AGAPI-NO-APPLICATION VALUE 6. VALUES 7 15. VALUE 8. DUNS 4445 P55590 AAA: B33566 0 93847920, 88 TP-AGAPI-ALGORITHM-IO-ERROR VALUE 9. 88 TP-AGAPI-FATAL-GATEWAY-ERROR VALUE 10. 120799499QR AAA: C4058G 3438084 88 TP-AGAPI-GATEWAY-WRITE-ERROR VALUE 11. 88 TP-AGAPI-PARTNER-IO-ERROR 88 TP-AGAPI-BAD-VERSION VALUE 12. VALUE 13. 000004004000 AAB: 948409 Ford Prefect 3489 2984782q, 88 TP-AGAPI-BAD-NUMERIC-TYPE 88 TP-AGAPI-NO-ALIAS VALUE 14. VALUE 15. AAB: 874931 0 93847920, 88 TP-AGAPI-ACCESS-ERROR VALUE 16. 3438084 10 TP-AGAPI-RESPONSE-MESSAGE PIC X(80). 05 TP-AGAPI-APPLICATION-ID PIC X(10). 03 Ford Prefect 3489 2984782q, 01 0 93847920, 3438084 Takes any kinds of data from their native DDA Application Updates formats BINARY 00011110010010011010010 10010010010010010000011 <MSG 19934749> Transforms the data into any desired 11010100101010110010010 10010010010010001010010 <ACCT BAL RPT> 10010010101010101000100 <ACCTNUM><“14001321”> <ENDBALANCE><” $098,957,038.12”> <DEBIT><“103048382$394,394.00”> format 11100010100010010001001 00100100100100101010010 01010100100010010010010 No coding required for the data map <DEBIT><“103048383$001,293.65”> <CREDIT><“987463921$928,943.67”> 01001001110001010010101 </ACCTNUM> 01010101010010010101001 00100010010100101000010 </MSG> Maps can be tested independent of the 10101010001001010001001 01001010100101010100101 01100101000000000001111 mediation flow 10010010010101110010010 01010101001010101101111 Integrates with IBM ESB offerings Excellent for advanced transformation maps 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 14
  • WebSphere Transformation Extender Vertical Product Packs Provide Industry Standard Formats Financial Services Health Care SWIFTNet FIN HIPAA SWIFTNet Funds NCPDP SEPA HL7 FIX Services Solutions NACHA • HealthCare Hub ACORD • Payment Processing • Clearing House Processing EDI Enterprise Applications X12 EDIFACT SAP TRADACOMS PeopleSoft ODETTE Siebel EANCOM 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 15
  • IBM Leads In ESB Data Transformation Built-in graphical mapping tools for typical data transformation requirements Optional WebSphere Transformation Extender add-on For advanced data transformation requirements Industry Packs provide 16 standard industry data formats Plugs into IBM ESB Eclipse design tool Oracle provides only basic data transformation Must use either external XQuery tool or self-built XSLT files Only SWIFT, FIX, and SEPA industry data formats Microsoft provides only basic data transformation Simple graphical mapping tool, not appropriate for advanced transformations Only SWIFT, RosettaNet, HL7, and HIPAA industry data formats 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 16
  • Transport Switching Mediation Service Example: Switch from SOAP/HTTP to a JMS message SOAP/HTTP Enterprise Service Bus JMS SOAP Envelope JMS Message Receiver Sender XML Transport XML <amount> Binary <amount> 56.83 Switch 56.835683 JMS Web Service </amount> </amount> Application Point-to-Point or Publish/Subscribe 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 17
  • Eclipse Development Tool Makes Creating ESB Mediation Services Easy Extensive palette for building mediation services Graphical canvas for mediation flow design Drag & drop objects from palette Common tooling platform for IBM Disconnected development allows you to work anywhere 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 18
  • Implementing An IBM Enterprise Service Bus Depends Upon Your Requirements WebSphere WebSphere WebSphere Requirements ESB Message Broker DataPower Built on WebSphere Application Server Rack-Mountable Appliance Available on Wide Range of Platforms Federates Other ESBs WebSphere Transformation Extender Option Transactional Mediation Flows Dynamic Service Lookup at Run Time Adapters for Enterprise Applications Database Read/Write Non-IBM JMS Messaging Systems TIBCO Rendezvous Multicast Output (Native) 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 19
  • ESB Offerings From IBM WebSphere Deliver A Common Set Of ESB Capabilities Mediations to enable Leading web services common patterns standards Transformation of First class common data formats interoperability Connectivity via common Mission-critical qualities protocols of service Support for WebSphere Transactional integrity Service Registry and Repository 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 20
  • DataPower Models Provide Powerful ESB Capabilities Business to Business (B2B) Appliance XB60 All capabilities of XI50, plus … Standalone B2B Gateway with support for AS2, AS3 and Web Services Trading Partner Management for B2B Governance Integration Appliance XI50 All capabilities of XS40, plus … Optimized to bridge between leading standard protocols at wire speed Enables transformation between a wide range of data formats Captures and emits events to facilitate web services management XML Security Gateway XS40 Web service threat protection and message security Validates XML schemas and messages, providing advanced XML threat protection Enables encryption and decryption and signing and verification of entire messages or individual XML fields Supports fine-grained access controls 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 21
  • Typical Deployment Pattern For DataPower External Internal Secured Enterprise Zone DMZ TCP/IP TCP/IP Firewall Firewall Malicious Message TCP/IP DataPower Broker Server Malicious XML Firewall Application XML SOAP/HTTP SOAP/HTTP Decrypt / Route / SOAP/HTTPS Encrypt Transform Authorized Client Application A requesting application communicates to DataPower using SOAP over HTTPS with the message body encrypted using WS-Security The DataPower appliance decrypts the body of the message and this content is then passed to WebSphere Message Broker Message Broker receives the SOAP message and transforms it and routes it to the final application 22 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 22
  • ESB Performance Is An Important Consideration We offer the fastest ESB in the industry. This allows you to We process a lot of process more payments on the payments every hour. same hardware compared to How well does your ESB other ESB offerings. perform? Service Oriented Finance IBM CIO 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 23
  • Service Oriented Finance Payment Systems - Connectivity Requirements Extend the reach of the payment network Connect to any enterprise resource, using any protocol Integrate with existing departmental connection solutions Use existing applications, regardless of data format High performance Support increasing demand Transactional Maintain data integrity Use service lookups for resilient business operations End points are sometimes not available or not responsive Dynamically select alternatives 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 24
  • DEMO: WebSphere Message Broker vs. Oracle Service Bus And Microsoft BizTalk Performance WebSphere Message Broker Content XML Based Transform Routing Microsoft BizTalk Receive Content Messages Send XML and Record Based Transform Messages Routing Elapsed Time Oracle Service Bus Content XML Based Transform Routing Send 100 messages to ESB ESB routes and transforms messages Receiver displays elapsed time for 100 messages 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 25
  • A Transactional ESB Connection Assures Data Integrity Our ESB can execute mediation Our payments are logged flows as distributed for audit purposes. transactions. This assures data integrity. Our logs must be accurate! Service Oriented Finance IBM CIO 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 26
  • Service Oriented Finance Payment Systems - Connectivity Requirements Extend the reach of the payment network Connect to any enterprise resource, using any protocol Integrate with existing departmental connection solutions Use existing applications, regardless of data format High performance Support increasing demand Transactional Maintain data integrity Use service lookups for resilient business operations End points are sometimes not available or not responsive Dynamically select alternatives 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 27
  • Transactional ESB Mediation Flow Assures Data Integrity Enterprise Service Bus Roll back transaction if Log Update Send to Payment to Audit Payment delivery to gateway fails Payment Application DB DB Gateway Prepare to commit Log Database Payment Database X SWIFT Network error Gateway All updates are either committed or rolled back within a single transaction Including database and messaging operations Oracle Service Bus transactional scope excludes many end points Microsoft BizTalk transactional scope does not include any end points 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 28
  • DEMO: IBM Transactional Mediation Flow With Network Failure WebSphere MQ is the transaction coordinator Databases are updated using the two-phase commit protocol Mediation Flow Submit Error order Returned application WebSphere Message WebSphere MQ Broker Database Network Database Data always consistent failure Recovery is possible Problem is logged Table Table Table Table 1 2 1 2 DB2 Oracle IBM maintains data consistency 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 29
  • DEMO: Microsoft Transactional Mediation Flow With Network Failure BizTalk’s Atomic Transaction support refers to update of its internal message database Downstream messages are sent asynchronously, with no follow up tracking or recovery Container Mediation Flow Submit Order order submitted application BizTalk Atomic Transaction Manager Server Transaction BizTalk Message Database Database Network Database Data inconsistent failure No follow up recovery No indication of problem Table Table Table Table 1 2 1 2 Flow instance is lost DB2 Oracle Microsoft fails to maintain data consistency 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 30
  • Service Lookups Ensure Resilient Operation Our payments network Our ESB can dynamically route must have resiliency in the payments based on information event of service outages. about each end point. Service Oriented Finance IBM CIO 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 31
  • Service Oriented Finance Payment Systems - Connectivity Requirements Extend the reach of the payment network Connect to any enterprise resource, using any protocol Integrate with existing departmental connection solutions Use existing applications, regardless of data format High performance Support increasing demand Transactional Maintain data integrity Use service lookups for resilient business operations End points are sometimes not available or not responsive Dynamically select alternatives 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 32
  • Service Lookup Dynamically Routes Messages To Registered End Point Services Route payment to best payment gateway receiver Receiver 1 IBM Enterprise Service Bus Payment Payment Sender = $75.34 Service = $75.34 Receiver 2 Lookup Query: $75.34 Return: address of best Receiver service (Receiver 2) Lookup best Receiver SOA Service service for payment Registry amount Payments are not routed to fixed end point destinations ESB dynamically selects the best end point service by comparing message content with information about registered end point services Fewer mediation design changes are needed as end points change 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 33
  • WebSphere Service Registry And Repository (WSRR) Is The IBM SOA Registry WSRR provides five capabilities for managing your end point services Find services based on search Publish criteria Enables completed selection of services to a services based common on service registry metadata Service Govern classification transitions in and service life versioning cycle 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 34
  • IBM Enterprise Service Bus Integrates With WebSphere Service Registry And Repository Design Time Find published end point services in WSRR − Search WSRR from within ESB design tool − Import service documents (WSDL, XSD, etc.) into design tool Publish ESB mediations as services to WSRR Run Time Connection from ESB run time engine to WSRR Lookup information about an individual end point service Query service metadata for all matching end point services Receives end point information for matching services Query results can be cached for higher throughput Oracle Service Bus and Oracle Service Registry are not integrated at run time Microsoft BizTalk does not integrate with any UDDI registry at run time 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 35
  • DEMO: Dynamic, Flexible Routing And Transformation Of Payments Using Service Lookup Original payment message Original WebSphere Message MQ Payment (XML Format) IBM Enterprise Service Bus Application SWIFT SWIFT SWIFT Transform from XML MQ Payment Service XML to SWIFT MQ Gateway Service Call Lookup Service ACH ACH XML SOAP/HTTP ACH Transform from Service XML to ACH Payment MQ Gateway Web Service Payment Application WSRR Payments are dynamically routed to end point services by comparing payment amount to payment limits stored in WSRR service metadata Transformation from XML to SWIFT and ACH formats using WebSphere TX maps Payments are processed exactly the same for both a WebSphere MQ payment application and web service payment application 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 36
  • Adding Or Removing An End Point Requires Minimal Changes Example: Add a SEPA payment gateway end point WebSphere MQ Payment IBM Enterprise SWIFT Application SWIFT Transform from SWIFT Payment Service Bus Service XML to SWIFT MQ Gateway XML MQ Service Call ACH ACH ACH Transform from Lookup Service Service XML to ACH Payment MQ Gateway XML SOAP/HTTP SEPA SEPA SEPA Transform from Web Service Service XML to SEPA Payment Payment MQ Gateway Application Create SEPA end point WSRR Register SEPA end service point service Adding an end point only requires a new end point service and registry change. No code or design changes Removing an end point requires no code or design changes Neither Microsoft norA OracleInfrastructure Environment - Connectivity service lookup 05 Build Flexible Application have dynamic 37
  • Integration With Service Monitoring Assures That Only Responsive End Points Are Called Example: Multiple SWIFT payment gateway end points SWIFT SWIFT IBM Enterprise SWIFT Transform from Payment Service Bus Service 1 XML to SWIFT MQ Gateway 1 Service SWIFT Call SWIFT Transform from SWIFT Lookup Payment Service Service 2 XML to SWIFT MQ Gateway 2 SWIFT SWIFT SWIFT Transform from XML to SWIFT Payment Service 3 MQ Gateway 3 Response Time Alerts ITCAM for Monitors end point WSRR SOA service performance Service Lookup only returns responsive end point services Can use other WSRR service metadata to select from multiple returns Oracle and Microsoft do not have monitoring integration with ESB 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 38
  • Use Response Time Alert Information In WSRR To Improve Throughput Response Time Alert End Point Priority Service Lookup Information in WSRR SWIFT Response Time Critical 1 Not Returned Service 1 15.87 sec. response time SWIFT Service 2 None 2 Returned SWIFT None Service 3 3 Returned Only SWIFT Service 2 and SWIFT Service 3 end point services are returned Mediation flow design can then select which end point service to call Example: select end point with highest priority 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 39
  • DEMO: Service Lookup Based On Response Time Alerts Route payments only to end point services without response time alerts from ITCAM for SOA monitoring If multiple end point services are returned, select service with highest priority (lowest priority number) An end point can be added or deleted without changing the ESB mediation flow design 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 40
  • IBM Provides Superior Connectivity Solutions For Smarter Planet Solutions Reach – Connect Anything to Everything #1 Best Performance Best Transaction Integrity Resiliency – Dynamic End Point Detection 05 Build A Flexible Application Infrastructure Environment - Connectivity 41