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    • SOPERAOpen Source SOA Position für Document Identifier, 6 ptYuri Kok & Walter Ridderhof, Industrial TSI © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 1
    • Company Profile SOPERA GmbH • Spin off Deutsche Post / DHLThe SOA Infrastructure ofDeutsche Post / DHL – SOA initiative and framework started in 1999 – Live since 2001 – Over 200 mission critical business services with 6000 service operations • SOPERA GmbH – Founded 3/2007 – Privately held company Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt – 60+ employees (2/3 development) – Open Source SOA market leader in EMEA – Strategic Board Member of Eclipse Foundation & project lead “Eclipse SOA” Winner of the Open Source Business Award 2009 © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 2
    • Global Enterprises rely on SOPERA Logistics Finance Public Sector Other Verticals Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 3
    • Long Term Maintainability - SOPERA Know How amongstpartnersStrategic International Germany Partners can deliver all kinds of services Trainings Installation Architecture Design Implementation Support (FLS, SLS) Partners can develop Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt Components for the SOPERA ASF Framework On the core of SOPERA ASF © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 4
    • Today SOPERA offers a comprehensive SOASuite Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 5
    • Today’s scope of the SOA Suite SOPERA ASF Integration -Generic Data Integration -SAP Netweaver Integration Management -MS BizTalk Integration -System Monitoring Registry/ -System Management -SAG webMethods Integration Repository -SAM -Service Lookup Enterprise Service Bus -Mgmt. Dashboard -Policy Management -Dynamic Mediation -Service Versioning -Different communication styles Application -Different communication protocols -Java/ .Net-Support Developmen -Distributed Architecture BPM & BAM t -Workflow/ Human Interaction Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt -Code Generation Security -Composite Service Devel. -Simulation -Identity -Process Management -Test Management -BAM -Packaging -Authentification Document Identifier -Authorisation -Key Management 6 confidential © 2010 SOPERA GmbH ♥ SOPERA GmbH 6
    • Gartners SOA Backplane 2010 Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 7
    • SOPERA covers most parts of the SOA Backplane JBoss, WebSphereE.g. SAP Portal E.g. webMethods E.g. Esper WebLogic, OC4J SOPERA BPM J2SE, Tomcat SOPERA BPM SOPERA ASF SOPERA BPM optional Liferay Portal SOPERA .NET optional BRE SOPERA BPM E.g. CMDB E.g. Nagios E.g. Evidian ITIL tools E.g. webMethods HP Openview HP Select Access SOPERA ASF SOPERA BPM SOPERA HQ SOPERA ASF E.g. Mylyn SOPERA HQ E.g. WebSphere TX E.g. WebSphere TX SOPERA ASF SOPERA DI SOPERA DI SOPERA ASF SOPERA DI SOPERA ASF SOPERA SAP Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt SOPERA ASF SOPERA DI SOPERA ASF SOPERA DI SOPERA BPM SOPERA ASF SOPERA DI E.g. JIRA separate module MDM optional BAM Service Registry Fully delivered Partly supported 3rd party options by SOPERA by SOPERA and alternatives © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 8
    • SOPERA ASF: One Solution, many Possibilities Business Consolidati Strategic Multichann Process on of IT el Managem Customer Consolidati Manageme ent Data on nt SOPERA – Open Source SOA Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt Customer- Mobile Mergers and Device and Supplier Integratio Acquisitio ... Portals n ns © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 9
    • SOPERA „Best-of-Breed“ concept integrates Open- andClosed-Source-Components Service Integratio Custom Process Application Data n Services Integration Integration Integration SOPERA Enterprise Service Bus Open Governanc Security Process Integratio System Messaging Source n Mgmt. • e Novell • Eclipse • Apache Mgmt. • Apache • Talend • Nagios Plug-Ins ODE Nsure Higgins ActiveMQ • SpringSour • Intalio BPM ce Hyperic Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt Commerci • SAG • Evidian • SAG • SAG wM • HP • IBM Web- al Centrasite Access webMethod Integr. Srv. OpenView Sphere MQ Plug-Ins Master s • SAG • MS BizTalk • HP • HP Select webMethod BPMS SiteScope Access s Broker • MS BizTalk • SAG wM Optimize 10 © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 10
    • Federation, Integration and Distribution fora Maximum of organizational Independence• SOPERA is a distributed ESB – Scales horizontally and vertically – Can run in virtualized environments – Works well over WAN (e.g. ISDN) Federation of Infrastructure – Can be protected and secured and Organizations• SOPERA is non-invasive – Can integrate into existing middleware – Can be used as a federated Meta-ESB – Can integrate with all kinds of legacy • SOPERA supports distributed Development Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt • Develop, test and package locally - deploy remotely – Eclipse-based IDE fosters the use OF standard collaboration tools © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 11
    • SOPERA is well positioned to provide the cloudmiddleware – the Internet Service Bus, based on OpenSource and combining Java and .NET Enterprise service bus Internet service bus Historically, the application landscape has resided in a With cloud computing, part of the application dedicated data center landscape resides in the cloud The Enterprise Applicatio internetData Center ns Address cloud E-mail validatio n Internet Service Bus Archivin Enterprise Service Bus g Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt Enterprise Service Bus Enterprise Data Center 12 © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 12
    • „Lower cost“ is only one reason to adapt open source technology Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt Page 13USER SURVEY THE451GROUP, 12/2009. „Commercial Adpotion ofOpen Source“ © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 13
    • Open source will get significant market share inSOA Key reasons for Open Source Importance for SOA • Lower cost  Remaining high cost pressure in IT infrastructure • Flexibility to use 3rd party software  Reuse of existing IT Open source already assets and the need to gains exchange technologies if significant • Reduced Vendor  the requirements change market Lock-in Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt share in • Higher degree of As most enterprises end  up with multiple ESBs, middleware: Standard Compliance standard compliance is key © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 14
    • After Operating Systems and App Servers, the SOA market will be penetrated by Open Source Open Source share Leading providers ... Technology stack Commercial licenses Open Source licensesBusiness SAP, Oracle SugarCRM, OpenBravoApplicationsBPM/BAM SAP, Oracle, Software AG Intalio, BonitaSoftSOA/ TIBCO, IBM, Software AG SOPERA, FUSE, JBossESB Position für Document Identifier, 6 ptDatabases Oracle, IBM, Microsoft Mysql, PostgresApplication Oracle/BEA, IBM JBoss, TomcatServerOperating Microsoft RedHat, NovellSystems © 2010 SOPERA GmbH Page 15 15
    • The Eclipse SOA Platform has been developed bySOPERA - Project Swordfish 70.000+ SOPERA‘s leadership role in Eclipse is a key reason for enterprises to select SOPERA Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt against the big vendors (e.g. IBM, Oracle), as Eclipse is a source of a de-facto standard 16 © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 16
    • The platform advantages of SOPERA ASF  Easier to integrate with existing Open Platform heterogenous environments,Reasons for flexible, part of Eco-systemSOPERA• Get more Highly  Modular, distributed, no bottleneck projects Scalable  Excellent performance Platform• Develop your own solutions  Open Standards (WS-*, BPMN, Committed on BPEL, JBI, OSGi, SAML, LDAP, …) and Standards De-facto Standards (Java & JavaEE, Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt Eclipse, Tomcat, Linux,...) Business  Community Edition under EPL friendly Open  Develop you own solution on top Source license and sell it (i.e. ebMS) © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 17
    • SOPERA offers all enterprise relevant servicesfor the Integration platform Services Description 1st level, 2nd level, and 3rd levels support Support including maintenance Delivery of bug fixes, recurring updates and Maintenance upgrades Technical Offering consulting services like installation support or Consulting custom development Standard Subsidized development for a customer which Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt development becomes part of the standard distribution Training Comprehensive training, certification programs © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 18
    • Service-orientedArchitecture Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 19
    • The Gap between Business and IT Critical dependencies in current architectures A BBusinessBusiness Business or IT strategies lifecycle of 1-2 years Processes Setting up new processes within 6 to 10 months  Lack of common understanding of requirements Business is a moving target, IT is hindering innovations Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt Business Legacy J2EE CRM Application Application Lifecycles of 5 to 30 years IT Infrastructure must be controlled closely to guarantee Technical quality of service for mission critical processes Infrastructure © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 20
    • Business Capabilities A B Business Processes driven byBusinessBusiness Business goals; reflected in user Processes and system interactions Consumer Solution Meet Domain Service Layer Businessin the Stable Business Services CommunicationMiddl Capabilities representing the Business Identity between Business Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt e Provider and IT Application oriented silos; hard to Business Legacy ERP CRM maintain and require constant Applications modernization IT Complex technical hardware and Technical software platforms enable Infrastructure application development © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 21
    • Business and IT loosely coupled A B Business Processes driven Agile, visible, multi channel,BusinessBusiness by Business goals; role-based Processes reflected in user and Consumer system interactions Meet Driven by Governance and Governed, stable, Businessin the the SOA Strategy, defines extensible, reusable,Middl Capabilities the business identity autonomous, free of Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt e Provider redundancies Application oriented silos; Strategic existing assets, can Business Legacy ERP CRM hard to maintain and be constantly improved Application require constant IT modernization Top Down Complex technical hardware Mission critical, scalable, Processes Technical and software platforms reliable, flexible to maintain, Infrastructure enable application can be constantly improved development © 2010 SOPERA GmbH Technology 22
    • Processes and Data centric ServicesGet Customer Configure Car Create Order Build Car Deliver Car Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt Customer I/O Production I/O Production Production Finance Customers DB ERP © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 23
    • Activities and Business ServicesGet Customer Configure Car Create Order Build Car Deliver Car Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Order I/O Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt Customer I/O Production I/O Production Production Finance Customers DB ERP © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 24
    • Business Services LayerGet Customer Configure Car Create Order Build Car Deliver Car Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Order I/O Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt Customer I/O Production I/O Production Production Finance Customers DB ERP © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 25
    •  SOPERA Advanced Services Factory Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 26
    • The SOPERA Advanced Services FactoryGet Customer Configure Car Create Order Build Car ManagementSOPERA BPM MonitoringSOPERA ESB OrderService Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt CustomerService ProductionServiceSOPERA DI SOPERA HQ Production Production Finance Customers DB ERP © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 27
    • Position für Document Identifier, 6 ptIs service message processingsufficiently effective inexecution? © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 28
    • SOPERA Advanced Services FactoryGet Customer Configure Car Create Order Build Car ManagementSOPERA BPM MonitoringSOPERA ESB OrderService Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt CustomerService ProductionServiceSOPERA DI SOPERA HQ Production Production Finance Customers DB ERP © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 29
    • SOPERA ASF distributed ESB architecture SOPERA Technical Services Authentication Provider UserAccount Privilege Authorization Management Management JAAS Provider Provider Provider SOPERA Lib SOPERA Lib SOPERA Lib SOPERA Distributed Service Bus SOPERA Lib SOPERA Lib SOPERA Lib HTTPS Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt Configuration Service Notification Provider Registry Receiver Element Manager SOPERA Advanced Services Factory (Delivered with SOPERA) Plug-Ins © 2010 SOPERA GmbH Third Party Components 30
    • SOPERA .NET Using the same SOPERA Infrastructure services for Java Any Any and .NET Participants. Java Java (Homogeneous Infrastructure) Provider Consumer Provider Policy Provider Policy Consumer Policy Consumer Policy Infrastructure Services Eclipse Swordfish (Java) Authentication SOPERA Runtime Core (Java) SOPERA Distributed Service Bus Configuration ASF SOPERA Runtime Core (.NET) Service Registry Microsoft .NET WCF and more … Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt Provider Policy Provider Policy Consumer Policy Consumer Policy Any Any .NET .NET SOPERA RT Core .NET is Provider Consumer entirely written as managed C# Assembly based on the Windows see also: http://www.eclipse.org/swordfish/ Communication http://msdn.microsoft.com/wcf Foundation (WCF ) © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 31
    • Position für Document Identifier, 6 ptDo your tools sufficiently supportyour SOA effort? © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 32
    • SOPERA ASF ToolSuite Service Editor  Description Editor • Service Interface  Provider Editor • Service Endpoint  Policy Editor • QoS Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt  Code Generation • Java • JavaEE • .NET © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 33
    • SOPERA ASF ToolSuite Development Box  Infrastructure • LDAP, Tomcat, JMS • Technical Service Participants  Simple Consumer • Manual Tests Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt  Test Consumer • Batch-driven • For Regression Tests © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 34
    • SOPERA ASF ToolSuite Administration  Security • Users & Roles • Authorization & Privileges  Service Registry • View • Publish • Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt Download  Configuration • Validation • Import/Export © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 35
    • SOPERA Service Development Summary A complete Service Management Platform based on latest technologies and standards • Provides all components required for the design, deployment, governance and operation of Services • Designed after Service-oriented principles • Standards based: XML, XSD, WS-*, Java/JavaEE, .NET, Eclipse, … • Comes with “best-of-breed” infrastructure technologies Immediate benefits • Rapidly create new Services Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt • Fosters technology and vendor independence • Unlimited Scalability • Integrates well with your existing Services and Applications © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 36
    • Position für Document Identifier, 6 ptCan you easily adjust andimprove your businessprocesses? © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 37
    • SOPERA Business Process ManagementGet Customer Configure Car Create Order Build Car ManagementSOPERA BPM MonitoringSOPERA ESB OrderService Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt CustomerService ProductionServiceSOPERA DI SOPERA HQ Production Production Finance Customers DB ERP © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 38
    • SOPERA BPM Architecture Business Analyst BPM Designer Model and IT Design Engineer BPM Server Process Human Engine Workflow Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 39
    • SOPERA BPM Integration Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 40
    • Business Activity Monitoring Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 41
    • SOPERA BPM Summary A complete BPMS platform based on latest technologies and standards • Fully Integrated Platform • Provides all the components required for the design, deployment, monitoring and dynamic optimisation of any process type • Standards based: BPMN, BPEL, WS-*, AJAX, REST, Java, Eclipse, … • Extensible (Portal, CMS, Rules Engines, etc.) Immediate benefits • Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt Easy to use: Zero Code, One-Click deployment approach • High performance, scalable and reliable • Integrates with SOPERA Services and Web Services © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 42
    • Position für Document Identifier, 6 ptIs the integration of yourunderlying infrastructure undercontrol? © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 43
    • SOPERA Data IntegrationGet Customer Configure Car Create Order Build Car ManagementSOPERA BPM MonitoringSOPERA ESB OrderService Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt CustomerService ProductionServiceSOPERA DI SOPERA HQ Production Production Finance Customers DB ERP © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 44
    • SOPERA DI is based on graphical development • Dramatically increased productivity & ramp up • Combined graphical & technical views • Drag-and-drop mapping interface • Large library of components & connectors • Leverages industry-standard languages  Java, Perl, SQL Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 45
    • SOPERA DI offers Versatility throughConnectivity Broadest connectivity to support all systems • 250+ connectors available out of the box Business Applications (B2B, ECommerce) • SAP, SugarCRM, SalesForce.com, LDAP… RDBMS • Oracle, MySQL, DB2/400, SQL Server, Sybase, PostgreSQL… Web Technologies • Web Services, JMS, FTP, HTTP, POP, SMTP… Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt Files • Delimited, positional, XML, Excel… © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 46
    • Example Usage Scenarios Oracle SQL Server DB2/400 DB output adapter WebSphere MQ File input adapter (multiple formats) SOPERA ASF MOM output adapterDB2/400 RuntimeOracleSQL Server DB input adapter FTP output adapter WebSphere Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt MQ Excel MOM input adapter File output adapter © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 47
    • SOPERA DI Summary A robust Data Integration solution built on latest technologies • Functionality and performance meeting or exceeding the leading commercial solutions • Based on industry standards: Eclipse, Java, SQL, Perl, etc. • Integrates well with the distributed architecture of SOPERA ASF Immediate benefits • Implements a standard approach for all integration projects • Best performance & high scalability Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt • Faster time-to-Market • More connectivity • Ease of use © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 48
    • Position für Document Identifier, 6 ptDo you know what’s going on inyour Business and ITDepartments? © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 49
    • SOPERA Management and MonitoringGet Customer Configure Car Create Order Build Car ManagementSOPERA BPM MonitoringSOPERA ESB OrderService Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt CustomerService ProductionServiceSOPERA DI SOPERA HQ Production Production Finance Customers DB ERP © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 50
    • SOPERA HQ Overview Web based • Flexible • Personalizible • Extensible Enterprise ready • Users and Roles • Groups and Application Management • Charting & Control Actions • Alerting & Notification Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt • Reporting Easy to use • Auto-Discovery • Drill-down • Trends and Baselines © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 51
    • Proactive ManagementWithout SOPERA HQ … With SOPERA HQ …Localhost:> TopName CPU MemJava 85% 158M Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt• Text-based Log browsing• Limited to single Machine • User-friendly Interface• Limited Information • End-to-End Visibility • Hardware, Operating System, JVM, Tomcat,• Deep System Know How necessary Oracle, MQ Series, Service Providers and• Tedious and error-prone manual Activities Consumers, Custom Code, etc.• Reactive • Proactive © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 52
    • SOPERA HQ Summary Advanced Capabilities • Automatic discovery of more than 70 technologies • Easy to extend and integrate • Enterprise ready Easy to use • Deep insight into a broad range of technologies • Single and easy to use Web Interface Reduction of Complexity • Combination of Monitoring, Diagnosis Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt and Control in a single Web Application • Shows the full stack • Consolidates management solutions Proactive Management © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 53
    • Position für Document Identifier, 6 ptSome solutions are a bitheavyweight! © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 54
    • Usage of SOPERA ASF Components Get Customer Get Order Create Order Create Invoice Deliver Order SOPERA BPM Enterprise Business Process Management Enterprise Management And Monitoring SOPERA HQ SOPERA ASF Enterprise SOA OrderService Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt CustomerService ProductionService SOPERA DI Enterprise Data Integration Production Production Finance Customers DB ERP © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 55
    • Summary SOA Best  With SOPERA, companies can benefit Practice from eight years of practicalReasons for integrated experience of a recognized SOA LeaderSOPERA SOPERA offers Strong position  SOPERA is driving the design of future companies a in the SOA standards as part of Eclipse with proven and community an international development base technically advanced SOA platform Rigorously  The SOPERA platform is rigorously SOPERA delivers tailored to SOA aimed at successful implementation of Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt companies SOA strategies attractive answers to their SOA  SOPERA possesses extensive questions Proven support experience in operating an SOA in a structures sophisticated enterprise environment © 2010 SOPERA GmbH 56
    • Position für Document Identifier, 6 pt 57 © 2010 SOPERA GmbH Any questions?