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  • Objective of slide: Broad set of adapters and connectivity options for A2A (SAP, Non-SAP), B2B for enabling integration scenarios ranging from classical EAI, SOA to business network collaboration.Key points:PI come with a set of technical adapters provided by SAP:File/FTP(S) (File Systems / FTP Servers)JDBC (RDBMS systems)JMS (Messaging systems, e. g. MQSeries, SonicMQ)SOAP (Web Services based on SOAP)WS-RM (Web Services based on WS Reliable Messaging)Plain HTTP(S)Mail (Mail Servers via SMTP, IMAP4, POP3)SAP Business Connector (SAP BC)Marketplace (SAP Marketplaces)And adapters for SAP apps:RFCIDocProxy (ABAP and Java)SAP relies on a system of partners (SEEBURGER AG, iWay Software Inc.) to provide solutions for other applications and certain industry standards. 3rd-Party solutions are sold and delivered through SAP and technical support for partner solutions via the SAP Support Portal, 24x7.More than 30 adapters for 3rd party connectivity from SAP partner iWay:Application Adapters: Ariba, Baan, Broadvision, Clarify, JDE One World XE, JDE World, i2, Lawson, Microsoft CRM, Manugistics, Oracle Applications, Peoplesoft, QAD MFG Pro, Siebel, VantiveIndustry Standard Adapters: Swift, Transora, UCCnetTechnical Adapters: AS1 (EDIINT/SMTP), AS2 (EDIINT/HTTP(S)), BEA WLI, COM+/DCOM, Corba, Lotus Notes, Tibco Rendezvous Mainframe/transaction Adapters: CICS, TMS/IMS, Telnet (3270), Telnet (5250), Tuxedo.EDI/B2B solutions from SAP partner SEEBURGER:Technical EDI Adapters by SEEBURGER:AS2 (EDIINT/HTTP(S)) supporting protocol: AS2OFTP supporting protocol: OFTP/ISDN, OFTP/TCPIPVAN Access supporting protocol: P7 / X.400, VAN FTPBusiness EDI Adapters by SEEBURGER:Generic EDI supporting protocol: OFTP/ISDN or P7 / X.400, VAN FTP, with EDI Converter (ANSI X.12, EDIFACT) and mapping templates (purchase order, order confirmation, dispatch advice, invoice)Payment (Financial Service Providers) supporting protocol: OFTP/ISDN, P7 / X.400, VAN FTP, with EDI Converter(EDIFACT, SWIFT) and mapping templates (payment orders, debit advice, credit advice, account statement)Industry Specific EDI Adapters by SEEBURGERAutomotiveChemicalsConsumer ProductsHigh-TechPharmaceuticalRetailBusiness ContentMapping Templates within Enterprise Services RepositoryMessage Library for Enterprise Services RepositoryHuge message catalog with EDI XML schemasCommunication ProtocolsOFTP/ISDN, P7 / X.400, VAN FTPEDI Converter (EDI <-> XML)AECMA/SPEC 2000, ANSI X.12, CHEM eStandards, EDIFACT, GALIA, ODETTE, TRADACOM, VDASAP Business Packages for selected industries comprising of adapter and content (e.g. integration processes, message interfaces, mappings) can be licensed:RosettaNetCIDXSTARSWIFTAdapter development kit for developing custom adapters.More information:“Adapters from SAP” at SDN (http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/index?rid=/webcontent/uuid/70d8e250-e892-2b10-ab8a-d04433cf158b)“iWay Adapters” at SDN (http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/index?rid=/webcontent/uuid/9044e6b5-2f98-2b10-b2bf-ebc7f7cc4a8a)“SEEBURGER Adapters” at SDN (http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/index?rid=/webcontent/uuid/f0c0d023-a296-2b10-1ea0-bb15d4498035)“Connectivity” at SAP Help (http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nwpi711/helpdata/en/4b/a20c4cfea96b498b1e1af3f32f0670/content.htm)“Developing Adapters and Modules” at SAP Help (http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nwpi711/helpdata/en/8b/895e407aa4c44ce10000000a1550b0/content.htm)
  • Latest PI adoption numbers as of August 2010:Productive PI customers: 3555Productive PI systems: 4596Productive PI 7.1 systems: 1614Split of productive customers (one customer might have multiple versions is use):<6.40: 1796.40: 4517.0: 1689 7.01: 1027.02: 07.1: 7857.11: 626
  • 201210 innovationskonferenz

    1. 1. Open Innovation in SAP NetWeaver ProcessIntegration - an example of IP ModularityDr. Karl Popp, Corporate Development, SAP AGMünchner Innovationskonferenz, Oktober 2012
    2. 2. Das zugrunde liegende Prinzip ist einfach:Manchmal macht es Sinn,einem Dritten begrenzten Zugriff auf sein geistigesEigentum zu gebenum davon in anderer Weise zu profitieren. John Palfrey Harvard Law School Ü.d.V.© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 2
    3. 3. AgendaCo-Innovation als Teil der Wachstumsstrategie von SAPCo-Innovation – Zahlen und MengengerüsteCase study: Modular IP bei SAP NetWeaver ProcessIntegrationZusammenfassungBücher und Events zum Thema Software Ökosysteme© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 3
    4. 4. SAP´s Strategy for Profitable Growth1. Organic GrowthOrganic growth remains the primary driver of SAP’s strategy, spending €1.9billion on research and development in 2011.2. Co-InnovationSAP continues to expand its partner ecosystem to support solutionsdevelopment and to leverage sales forces to accelerate innovation.3. Strategic AcquisitionsSAP’s growth strategy also involves targeted, strategic, and “fill-in”acquisitions to add to its broad solution offerings within and acrossindustries by gaining specific technologies and capabilities that meet theneeds of its customers.© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 4
    5. 5. Co-innovation (Zahlen und Mengengerüste)Manchmal macht es Sinn, einem Dritten (SAP hat mehr als 11500Partner) Zugriff auf sein geistiges Eigentum zu geben:• Mehr als 1500 Software Solution Partner und Technologie Partner entwickeln Integrationen zu SAP Lösungen• Mehr als 3600 OEM Partner nutzen SAP Lösungen als Teil Ihrer eigenen LösungenUm davon zu profitieren:• Etwa ein Drittel des Software-Umsatzes der SAP AG kommt mit Unterstützung der Partner zustande. © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 5
    6. 6. SAP NetWeaver Process Integration SAP NetWeaver Process Integration Service Governance Repository Workflows & RegistryBusiness Process Integration Server SOAExtensibility Governance Industry leading pre-packaged integration content Mapping & Transformations ■ ONE repository to model and define all integration scenarios ■ Modeling environment pre-delivered with reusable assets at every level to jumpstart implementation Service Bus Efficient & controlled asset management ■ SOA “your way” with extensible meta-model of SOA assets Connectivity & ■ Timely push of information to all parties Integration Service Bus Based Capabilities ■ Orchestration of system centric processes complementing SAPFoundation Lifecycle Management NetWeaver BPM ■ Connectivity options supporting heterogeneous system landscapes Infrastructure Services ranging from classical EAI to SOA JEE5 Eclipse 3 ■ Support of prominent industry speak and B2B standards ■ Reliable and scalable messaging system© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 6
    7. 7. SAP NetWeaver Process Integration:Integration zwischen Anwendungen (A2A) & A2A & B2B Connectivityzwischen Firmen (B2B) Wide range of A2A & B2B adapters for enabling end-to-end business processes Partner Manufacturing Application  Broad set of technical adapters  from SAP shipped with PI  Resell of Generic and industry specific B2B/EDI adapters fromOrder-to-Cash B2B EDI SAP partner SEEBURGER  Resell of 30+ adapters for 3rd party connectivity from SAP Manufacturing partner iWay SAP NetWeaver Process Integration  Open interface and Adapter App SAP development kit for developing custom EAI adapters Server Adapters  Certification of adapters to ensure quality for our customers Custom Web App Application Legacy Application Out of the box integration Technical and Industry Partner adapter sold & of SAP & non SAP apps Standard compliant supported by SAP © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 7
    8. 8. SAP NetWeaver Process IntegrationCustomer Adoption Automate processes with SAP 1.2 million messages processed overnight NetWeaver PI to save payment processing costs and improve vendor relationships Leverage SAP NetWeaver PI Centralized and simplified as Enterprise wide ESB governance processes for SAP and non-SAP services SAP NetWeaver PI as integration hub: B2B gateway, EAI and SOA middleware© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 8
    9. 9. Release of platform IP is managed with the designof API interfaces and the provision of example code SAP NetWeaver API 3rd party Process Integration application IP Modularität in SAP NetWeaver Process Integration  Freigabe von SAP IP auf der Basis von Architekturregeln und Genehmigungen  Verkapselung von SAP IP mit Hilfe von Techniken (z.B. facade patterns)  Freigegebenes IP hat die Form von  Programmierschnittstellen (APIs)  Beispielprogrammen (Sample code)© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 9
    10. 10. IP Modularität und Schnittstellenentwurf Implemen- Interne Externe tierung Schnittstelle Schnittstelle SAP NetWeaver A A A B B C C 3rd Party Process A A A B B C Application Integration A A A B B C C Nicht sichtbar Sichtbar für Partner für Partner© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 10
    11. 11. ZusammenfassungWachtums- und Partnerstrategie der SAP AG sind eng verzahntKontrollierte Offenlegung von geistigem Eigentum ist wichtiger Teilder PartnerstrategieModular IP ist ein bedeutender Ansatz zum gleichzeitigenOffenlegen und Schützen von geistigem Eigentum bei SAP© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 11
    12. 12. Ausblick: Bücher und Eventszum Thema Software ecosystems Profit from Software Ecosystems http://www.profitfromsoftwareecosystems.com Available ISBN-10: 3839169836 as print, on Kindle and Business Models and partnerships in on iBooks the software industry Examples from over 50 companies Future Internet Kongress European workshop on Workshop Software Ecosystems „Intellectual Property in der Software- und IT-Industrie“ Walldorf 12.12.12 Darmstadt 3.12.12 WWW.EWSECO.ORG www.future-internet-kongress.de/© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 12
    13. 13. Vielen Dank für IhreAufmerksamkeit!Contact:Dr. Karl Popp WWW.DRKARLPOPP.COMCorporate Development SAP AGInhouse mail Corp. DevelopmentDietmar-Hopp Allee 1669190 Walldorfkarl.michael.popp@sap.com+49 6227 767445© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 13