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  • Each section is modular in that it begins with a summary slide that recaps the main points with optional, additional slides that elaborate on the points. The “back up” slides don’t need to be used if the area isn’t a main interest for the audience and/or the presenter is comfortable with the material.
  • Each section is modular in that it begins with a summary slide that recaps the main points with optional, additional slides that elaborate on the points. The “back up” slides don’t need to be used if the area isn’t a main interest for the audience and/or the presenter is comfortable with the material.
  • Each section is modular in that it begins with a summary slide that recaps the main points with optional, additional slides that elaborate on the points. The “back up” slides don’t need to be used if the area isn’t a main interest for the audience and/or the presenter is comfortable with the material.
  • Each section is modular in that it begins with a summary slide that recaps the main points with optional, additional slides that elaborate on the points. The “back up” slides don’t need to be used if the area isn’t a main interest for the audience and/or the presenter is comfortable with the material.
  • Each section is modular in that it begins with a summary slide that recaps the main points with optional, additional slides that elaborate on the points. The “back up” slides don’t need to be used if the area isn’t a main interest for the audience and/or the presenter is comfortable with the material.
  • Each section is modular in that it begins with a summary slide that recaps the main points with optional, additional slides that elaborate on the points. The “back up” slides don’t need to be used if the area isn’t a main interest for the audience and/or the presenter is comfortable with the material.
  • Leaders: Allen Systems Group (ASG-Rochade, ASG-Manager, ASG-Vista), CA/Platinum Technology (PR/OEE, PR/MVS, ModelMart) Visionaries: Adaptive Ltd (Adaptive Information Manager), Cyrano (Wincap), Flashline (CMEE), LogicLibrary (Logidex) Niche Players: International Software Company/ISC (E-GEN/MAP), Microsoft (Microsoft Repository), Oracle (Oracle Repository), Rational Software (ClearCase), Softlab (Enabler) and Sybase (MetaWorks) Source: Gartner Research Strategic Planning Assumption: Through 2007, most organizations will underestimate the need for a formal corporate reuse program which includes metadata managament roles, responsililities and supportive technologies, resulting in 15 percent or more of e-commerce applications failing to meet business objectives in terms of performance, time-to-market, flexibility and total cost of ownership (0.8 probability).
  • *) This slide should read/feel like an elevator statement. This is just a placeholder. I’d recommend filling out the positioning statement template in Crossing the Chasm, then boiling it down for this slide. *) This slide also shows the “agenda bar” which makes long presentations easier to follow and navigate. It might not be required if the presentation only includes a few modules. I used the word, “re-use,” instead of meta-data catalogue because it was shorter and simpler. I don’t mean to imply that the company should switch to this word.
  • Scattered data and a stove-piped software development lifecycle (SDLC) slow down application delivery
  • This slide is used as a parting comment sine it summarizes the earlier definition of Logidex.
  • “Due to budget pressures, we need to CONSOLIDATE our application environment” “We need to MIGRATE our legacy applications to J2EE (or .NET)” “We want to INTEGRATE the enterprise applications our supply chain applications” “We need to COLLABORATE to increase productivity within the internal and external organization” “We need to RE-USE the assets we have already developed”
  • This slide concludes the module, ending with a 3 rd party validation of the need for a tool like Logidex and its benefit. FYI – Blechar’s mention of Logidex is used later on in the section/module on key features to support the power of IDE integration.
  • This section is designed to do several things: *) Keep the 3 rd party momentum going by talking about/validation Logidex through customer scenarios. *) It helps sell the “sizzle” before moving into the steak by emphasizing the production benefits of the tool. *) it maintains the theme of “accessibility” by teaching the audience about Logidex through customer stories, which is always easier to absorb than lots of technical slides. The customer scenario(s) that most closely matches the prospect’s situation can easily be expanded with additional detail about the key features used by the account and how they delivered benefits. You have to be careful, though, that this extra material doesn’t become too technical and repeat the later information about Logidex capabilities. *) Each scenario can also be expanded “the other way,” with more high-level info about the initiative, for example, about SOA. If added, I’d keep this front-end background to a single slide. *) This section probably needs to be tied to the “Consolidate. Migrate. Integrate.” line, but I’m out of time!
  • If possible, I’d try to get this slide down to 3-5 bullets.
  • Keeping users in their own environment improves productivity Advanced searching makes it easy to find the SDAs you need
  • WebSphere Studio Plug-in Includes RAS plug-in for Rational XDE Pursuing Ready for WebSphere Studio certification Eclipse Plug-in Includes RAS plug-in for Rational XDE Visual Studio .NET 2003 Includes wizard-driven capture process Pursuing .NET Connected certification SAP NetWeaver Add-on
  • REFERENTIAL CONTENT INCLUDES: Core J2EE Patterns licensed for distribution from Sun Microsystems .NET patterns & practices from Microsoft Enterprise Solution Patterns Application Blocks Reference Applications and Architectures RosettaNet PIPS  licensed from RosettaNet Federal Enterprise Architecture created by the FEA Program Management Office DYNAMIC CONTENT INCLUDES: Open Source License Compliance Module -Series of checklists that operates with Logidex’s asset acquisition workflow to help enterprises comply with open source license requirements. - Created with a leading open source IP law firm – Rivkin and Radler UDDI Governance Can control automatic publishing of Web service information, such as WSDL files, service endpoints, into test and development UDDI registries Automated Security Analysis Automatic analysis and remediation of C/C++ binaries
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    • 1. LogicLibrary Consolidate . Migrate . Integrate . Don Imhoff Emily O’Brien Ken Cotrell 02 16 2005
    • 2. Agenda
      • Introductions
          • Don Imhoff, VP Business Development Channels
          • Ken Cottrell, Technical Director
          • Emily O’Brien, Southeast Sales Director
      • Learn about EPA asset management objectives
      • Review the Federated Registry Pilot
      • About LogicLibrary
        • What is Logidex?
        • The Need for Logidex
        • Logidex In Action
      • Getting Started with Logidex
    • 3. EPA Software Asset Management Objectives
      • EPA CIO recently directed that “all new OEI systems development work will be directed to the systems development center as an important step in advancing our EA, eliminating redundancies, and developing reusable components”. It will take a state-of-the-art EA component asset reuse registry and repository to make this directive work”
      • Approaches?
      • Other initiatives?
    • 4. Federated Registry Pilot
    • 5. Noblestar and Logic Library collaboration
      • Began as technology review for centralized component registry
      • Software Development Assets (SDAs) = more than just “Components,” SDAs =
        • Business process models
        • Budget request documents and development plans
        • Legacy systems
        • Enterprise architectures and reference models
        • Technical architectures, frameworks, and patterns
        • Service Oriented Architectures, web services, and middleware
        • .Net, J2EE, Corba components
        • Use cases, test cases, and requirements documents
        • Software application documentation, help files
        • Best practices and methodologies
        • Associated articles and training documents, etc.
      • Became a review of the applicability of software development asset management systems for ITIM information management .
      Focus shifted from component management to IT Information management!
    • 6.
      • Review interrelated Federal IT Investment Management practices and issues.
      • Determine applicability and adaptability of commercially available solutions.
      • Discover ways to ease each CIO’s burdens and risks w/ IT Investment Management administration & reporting (ITIM Information Management )
      • Suggest options to Agency CIOs and staffers who manage information about the systems, components, and technologies addressed in the ITIM function.
      Pilot Summary Goals External Oversight: OMB, Congress, Independent Orgs. Agency Executive Staff, CIO, CFO, Investment Review Board, etc. Chief Architect, Chief Technology Officer, FEA PMO Office, etc. Systems Development Management and Programming Staff, IRM Staff Federal Contractors Inspectors Directors Enablers Achievers Contractors
    • 7.
      • Current ITIM practices are primarily manual . Decisions are based on static, laboriously modeled, snapshots of dynamic and complex IT organizations.
      • Plentiful opportunities exist for incorporation of actual artifacts, plus real-time metrics and reports, into ITIM, thus progressing ITIM maturity from managing past-tense renderings to managing real-time tangibles.
      • Risks in manual/ static/ modeled ITIM Information Management include: management and investment decisions may be made from outdated, inaccurate, or incomplete data; external audits may uncover that the actual environment is not accurately portrayed by static EA models or reports; and, CIOs may experience delays in achieving desired objectives due to being hampered by inaccurate and outdated information.
      Current ITIM Information Management Manually collecting, cleansing, culling, aggregating, and modeling data about Agency IT investment assets & artifacts to: - perform technology assessments ~ prioritize business requirements ~ select build/ buy/ reuse/ hosted/ outsource ~ review and justify for A300/ A53/ eGov - measure reuse, spending reductions, etc. - model Agency EA (s) and processes - enforce Agency EA (s) - share some artifacts between projects - manage budgets, people, projects, etc .
          • IT Investment Management Framework (ITIM) Maturity Levels 2 thru 5: - capture investment information, improve investment selection process, meet business needs, inform the investment board, create full portfolio of systems to components, enable systems lifecycle management, improve the portfolio’s usage and cost performance, support optimized use of IT to drive change
      Pilot Summary: initial findings Inspectors Directors Enablers Achievers Contractors
    • 8. StarOffice Excel, Word PowerPoint Niche ‘Repositories’ (XML, .PPT, FEAMS, A300db, CollabNet, ComponentSource) SCM (ClearCase, SourceSafe, PVCS) Popkin SA Metis LogicLibrary Logidex Flashline.com, Inc. Personal Productivity Tools Individuals / Workgroups No re-use inventory Does not support classification activities Manual versioning Laborious manual data collection, cleansing, verification, and reporting FEA-Capable Enterprise SDA Repositories Niche Applications “ Enterprise” Technologies Increasing levels of support for the strategic management of ITIM initiatives; automating all levels of SDA usage, real-time metrics collection Workgroups Multiple, un-coordinated re-use inventories Multiple schemes for classification Supports at least one asset type; asset types vary by product Version control Some have add’l functionality, like collaboration Division / Department Manual/ modeled/ static inventories; support for asset types varies Coordinated scheme for classification Some associative / linkage capabilities Supports multiple asset types Supports governance and version control Agency / Cross Agency (as desired); supports all ITIM business processes Automated metrics collection re: tangible asset inventories (not static models; provides real-time/ actual info for ‘what if’ modeling in Metis and Popkin) FEA & CPIC-specific linkage / associative abilities: FEA, Agency EA(s), Reference Models, TOGAF, DODAF, Exhibit 300’s, etc. Link to multiple repositories for single source of information about an asset Support ALL asset types, lifecycles, governance requirements, versioning Coordinated scheme for classification
      • Accurate in real- time
      • Strategic Management
      • FEA Maturity
      • Strategic Process Changes
      • Savings
      Unique to Logidex : Enhanced federation capabilities Launch from Portals, or w/in IDEs, or collaboration s/w like Groove v3.0 Automated discovery of reusable assets S/W for component certification & QA Open API for use of Semantic Search s/w like Vivisimo Pilot Summary: technical solution options
    • 9. Logic Library
    • 10. About LogicLibrary: Marquee Customers and deep industry partnerships
    • 11. Industry Recognition: Gartner Magic Quadrant 2004 Challengers Leaders Ability to Execute Adaptive Niche Players Visionaries Allen Sys Sybase Ascential • • • • Completeness of Vision As of 2/04 • Through 2005 • • • Flashline LogicLibrary • • • MetaMatrix Informatica Unicorn CA/Model Manager • Select • Fujitsu DAG • CS • Troux #1 distributed #2 in vision #3 in ability to execute For 2005, Logic Library increases it lead. CA is removed from Leader Quadrant. CA/Advantage
    • 12. LogicLibrary’s Largest Customer: IBM’s Software Group (SWG)
      • SWG (WebSphere, Rational, Tivoli, Lotus, and DB2) will drive internal componentization efforts with Logidex across IBM by providing:
        • Knowledge assets –patterns, architectures and best practices
        • Components – Rational’s RAS assets and binaries
      • Goal : reducing time-to-market and promoting cross-utilization of components
      • Why They Chose Logiclibrary:
        • Integration : Logidex current and future support for Rational products
        • Performance: Enterprise performance and scalability
        • Customer service : Management of enhancement requests from IBM
    • 13. What is Logidex?
    • 14. What is Logidex?
      • LogicLibrary is the market leader in software for managing, reusing and governing software development assets (SDAs)
      • Logidex:
        • simplifies the creation, integration and governance of service-oriented architectures (SOAs) and other key enterprise application initiatives
        • integrates with leading development environments
        • accelerates application development
    • 15. The Need for Logidex
    • 16. Analysis + Design Coding Testing + QA Deployment Use Cases Requirements Technical Models SCM Systems Test Cases Business Process Models Documentation Best Practices Design Patterns Tracking System/ Repository The Need for Logidex: Stove-piped SDLC
    • 17. The Need for Logidex: Metadata across SDLC LOGIDEX METADATA Use cases Business process models Best practices Design patterns Technical architectures Applications Components Services Documentation Test cases Analysis + Design Coding Testing + QA Deployment Use Cases Requirements Technical Models SCM Systems Test Cases Business Process Models Documentation Best Practices Design Patterns Tracking System/ Repository
    • 18.
      • Understand…
      The Need for Logidex: Know What You Have WHAT you have WHERE it is HOW it fits Business Requirements Build Search
    • 19. The Business Needs for Logidex:
      • “ Due to budget pressures, we need to CONSOLIDATE our application environment.”
      • “ We need to MIGRATE our legacy applications to J2EE (or .NET).”
      • “ We want to INTEGRATE our enterprise applications with our supply chain applications.”
    • 20. How Do You Manage SOA Initiatives?
      • SOA Governance
        • Enterprises need a governance platform for controlling the production, distribution and consumption of application services
        • Organizations must protect against vulnerabilities and strive to guarantee security within the applications they design and build – especially in SOA environments
    • 21. The Need for Logidex: SOA Governance Feedback Loops > Delivery of architectural guidelines and supporting materials > Governance over project-specific selection of architectural materials > Traceability of architectural materials used within a project > Feedback on effectiveness of architectural materials
    • 22. The Need for Logidex: Analysts Agree… "Enterprises can substantially improve application development productivity and quality, while also decreasing time-to-market, by a factor of 5-1 or more through a committed software asset reuse program. At the heart of this initiative must be the ability for analysts and developers to easily locate and reuse these assets.” Source: Michael Blechar, Gartner Research
    • 23. What is BugScan?
      • BugScan founded 2/2003 in Sunnyvale, CA by application security experts
        • NAI, TripWire, Cenzic, Finjan
      • What is BugScan?
        • Second-generation, automated code security scanner (white box)
        • Analyzes C/C++ binaries on x86 for insecure coding practices
        • Fast, objective and repeatable
        • Able to generically detect the classes of bugs that caused the last few major worms: Blaster, Nimda and Code Red
        • Integrated into Logidex
    • 24. Logidex in Action
    • 25. Logidex In Action
      • SOA at CNA Insurance
      • Software reuse at MetLife
    • 26. Logidex in Action: Governing SOA Development Business Need Proven Success
      • Enterprise-wide service-oriented architecture initiative
      • Need for tool to manage the development process
      • Consistent management of services in development
      • Single tracking point for services
      • Ability to track project-based service usage
      Solution
      • Implemented Logidex for an asset repository
      • Tracking services throughout development process
      • Support best practices throughout lifecycle
    • 27. Logidex in Action: Software Asset Reuse Business Need Proven Success
      • Software asset reuse initiative
      • Need for integrated tool to enable and encourage the reuse process
      • Controlled internal software assets
      • Increased use and reuse of software assets
      • Ability to track and report on asset reuse
      Solution
      • Implemented Logidex for a consolidated metadata asset catalog
      • Controlled submission, review, approval cycle
    • 28. Logidex Highlights
    • 29. Logidex Highlights
      • Integrated –
        • Tight integration with leading source change management (SCM) tools accelerates ROI
        • Tight integration with leading IDEs allows users to work within their own environment
        • UDDI publication module ensures that only approved services are available for use in SOAs
      • Out of the Box Assets --- Referential and dynamic content provides access to industry best practices
      • Secure - Role-based security and advanced searching options improves development team productivity
      • Scalable –
        • Robust three-tier Web services architecture ensures enterprise scalability and performance
        • Federated library support enables collaboration across globally distributed teams
    • 30. Role-based Security and Advanced Searching
    • 31. Role-based Security and Advanced Searching
    • 32. Tight IDE Integration
      • Keeping users in their own environment improves productivity
      • Advanced searching makes it easy to find the SDAs you need
    • 33. Tight Integration with IDEs: Analysts Agree…
      • “ The integration of metadata repository tools, like LogicLibrary's Logidex, into leading development tools like Microsoft's Visual Studio and IBM's WebSphere Studio is a key enabler of reuse programs."
      Source: Michael Blechar, Gartner Research
    • 34. Referential & Dynamic Content LOGIDEX RosettaNet . REFERENTIAL CONTENT DYNAMIC CONTENT Open Source License Compliance Module UDDI Governance Automated Security Analysis METADATA
    • 35. Federated Library Support
      • Multiple distributed physical Logidex libraries support geographically distributed application development teams – including outsource vendors
      METADATA METADATA METADATA
    • 36. Tight Integration with Primary Systems of Record LOW SOAP APIs Known Data Structure HIGH Asset Asset Adapter Wizard–Driven Harvesting Capture LOGIDEX METADATA
    • 37. UDDI Publication Module
    • 38. Robust, Three-tier Web Services Architecture
      • Supports enterprise scalability and performance needs
      • Allows for easy and fast integration with multiple application development tools
    • 39. Getting Started with Logidex
    • 40. Getting Started with Logidex
      • LogicLibrary’s Proof of Value (POV) Program
        • Designed to allow customers to evaluate Logidex with their own assets and within their own environment
        • Includes both services and temporary software licenses
        • Offers multiple options for delivery, implementation and training
        • Tailored to meet customer needs
    • 41. Summary
      • Logidex is the premiere, enterprise SOA governance platform
      • Accelerates development and supports
        • SOAs, software reuse, open-source compliance, outsourcing and FEA
      • Offers industry-standard content and industry-leading integration with application development tools
      • In use at marquee IT shops, including IBM
      • Provides POV program for getting started quickly and proving value