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The compainon deck for my presentation at the O'Reilly Web 2.0 Expo in NY on Nov 18, 2009

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    • Building Enterprise Mashups
      orWhat are Enterprise Mashups, and Why Should I Care?
      Slideware
      Michael Ogrinz, author Mashup Patternshttp://www.slideshare.net/mogrinzBuilder
      Zo Obradovic, Senior Architect Bank of America Merrill Lynch
    • Mashups?
    • 10 Most Disruptive Technologies
      Enterprise Mashups to Hit $700 Million by 2013
      Multicore and hybrid processors
      Virtualisation and fabric computing
      Social networks and social software
      Cloud computing and cloud/Web platforms
      Web mashups
      User Interface
      Ubiquitous computing
      Contextual computing
      Augmented reality
      Semantics
      New Report Recommends Financial Services Firms Use Mashups for Cost Cutting and Risk Management
      Capital Markets Firms to Spend $35 Million on Mashups in 2009
      Mashups Give Defense Department Strategic Edge
      Enterprise Mashups Continue to Gain Momentum as Part of Enterprise 2.0
      Top 10 Strategic Technologies for 2009
      Wall Street
      &
      Mashups Slowly Gain Traction on Wall Street
      Enterprise Mashups .. IT leaders should investigate this growing space for the significant and transformational potential it may offer their enterprises
      Technology
    • Mashups open up business Web 2.0 opportunities
      18 Emerging Topics at the Intersection of Business and IT in 2009
      #8: Enterprise Mashups
      A third of future analytics applications will involve mashups
      -IBM Insights Forum CDP director Allan Keyte
      Enterprise mashups deliver one of the long-sought goals of computing: the ability to quickly deliver applications as needed for a specific business challenge.
      The enterprise mashup market will benefit from the increasing prevalence of software incorporating SOA. Worth $1.4bn in 2008, the SOA platform market will grow to $2.77bn in 2014.
      "Mashups Are Extremely Compelling," Says Father of DHTML, Scott Isaacs
      Enterprise mashup market … will expand more than tenfold to $1.74 billion by 2013.
      Enterprise mashups, SOA's killer app?
      Are enterprise mashups the Excel of our era?
      by 2010 mashups will be the dominant model. (80 percent) for the creation of composite enterprise applications.
      Mashups Accelerating and SOA Is Along for the Ride-David Linthicum
    • Enterprise Mashups?
    • You Can’t Build a Business Case for Enterprise Mashups
      -Anthony Bradley
      “you can’t build a general business case for mashups, [but] you can build a specific mashup-centric business cases.”
    • A Specific, Mashup-Centric Business Case
      CRM
      Trading System
      Research Portal
      Provide Master/Detail functionality across multiple systems
    • Fix the Business Problem!
      Before
      After
      Relevant Research
    • Obligatory Long-Tail Slide
      A
      B
    • When Good Enough is Great
    • Le mieux est l'ennemi du bien*
      *“The Best is the enemy of the Good”
      A good plan implemented today is better than a perfect plan implemented tomorrow
    • Put it in my hands!
      (“Real artists ship” –Steve Jobs)
    • Current relationship between users and IT
      Flexibility
      End Users
      (e.g. Excel “apps”)
      IT
      (scalable, maintainable, secure)
      Reliability
      Time-to-market
    • Mashups define a new relationship model
      Reliability
      End Users
      (e.g. Excel “apps”)
      IT
      (scalable, maintainable, secure)
      Flexibility
    • The “Core Capabilities” of a Mashup Product
      • Support for Open Standards/Assembly Canvas
      • Data Extraction
      • Data Entry
      • Data Visualization
      • Scheduling and Surveillance
      • Transformation and Enrichment
      • Action
      • Clipping
      • Publish and Promote
    • The “Core Capabilities” of a Mashup Product
      • Support for Open Standards/Assembly Canvas
      • Data Extraction
      • Data Entry
      • Data Visualization
      • Scheduling and Surveillance
      • Transformation and Enrichment
      • Action
      • Clipping
      • Publish and Promote
    • Harvest :
      AlerterAPI EnablerCompetitive AnalysisInfinite Monkeys Leading Indicator Reality Mining Reputation Management Time Series Manage :
      Content MigrationPortal EnablerQuick Proof of ConceptSingle Sign-OnWidget EnablerTest :
      AuditLoad TestingRegression Testing
      Enhance : AccessibilityFeed Factory:
      Field MedicFolksonomy EnablerFragility ReducerSmart SuggestionsSuper SearchTranslationUsability EnhancerWorkflowAssemble :
      Communication and CollaborationContent AggregationContent IntegrationDistributed Drill-DownEmergency ResponseFilterLocation MappingSplinter
    • Data Entry, Data Extraction
    • 3 Lines of Code and You’re Set!
      // Declare an object to capture output
      GenericOutput[] output = null;
      // Declare an instance of the “robot”
      ExampleOne sample = new ExampleOne();
      // Run the robot and get the results!
      output=sample.run();
      Data Entry, Data Extraction
    • API-Enable [Almost] Anything!
    • Assembly Canvas, Publish and Promote
    • Assembly Canvas, Publish and Promote
    • The Virtuous Circle of Re-use
    • The Virtuous Circle of Re-use
      http://www.openmashup.org/
    • Publish and Promote
    • Clipping
    • Clipping
    • Transformation, Data Visualization
    • Transformation, Data Visualization
    • Transformation, Data Visualization
    • Harvest :
      AlerterAPI EnablerCompetitive AnalysisInfinite Monkeys Leading Indicator Reality Mining Reputation Management Time Series Manage :
      Content MigrationPortal EnablerQuick Proof of ConceptSingle Sign-OnWidget EnablerTest :
      AuditLoad TestingRegression Testing
      Enhance : AccessibilityFeed Factory:
      Field MedicFolksonomy EnablerFragility ReducerSmart SuggestionsSuper SearchTranslationUsability EnhancerWorkflowAssemble :
      Communication and CollaborationContent AggregationContent IntegrationDistributed Drill-DownEmergency ResponseFilterLocation MappingSplinter
    • “You have turned mashups into everything and therefore into nothing.”
      But my back feels sooooo much better!
    • Harvest :
      AlerterAPI EnablerCompetitive AnalysisInfinite Monkeys Leading Indicator Reality Mining Reputation Management Time Series Manage :
      Content MigrationPortal EnablerQuick Proof of ConceptSingle Sign-OnWidget EnablerTest :
      AuditLoad TestingRegression Testing
      Enhance : AccessibilityFeed Factory:
      Field MedicFolksonomy EnablerFragility ReducerSmart SuggestionsSuper SearchTranslationUsability EnhancerWorkflowAssemble :
      Communication and CollaborationContent AggregationContent IntegrationDistributed Drill-DownEmergency ResponseFilterLocation MappingSplinter
    • Thank You
      http://www.slideshare.net/mogrinz
      Mike: mike@mashuppatterns.com , @mogrinz http://mashuppatterns.com
      Zo:zo@obradovic.com, @zorano
      Interview the vendors:
      Kapow http://kapowtechnologies.com
      JackBe http://jackbe.com
      Convertigo http://convertigo.com
      DreamFace http://dreamface-interactive.com