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Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
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Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
Governing services, data, rules, processes and more
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Governing services, data, rules, processes and more

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Randall and Kurt will present how Guvnor is being reborn so that it can manage artifacts from a variety of domains, including web services, data services, business rules and processes, and metadata …

Randall and Kurt will present how Guvnor is being reborn so that it can manage artifacts from a variety of domains, including web services, data services, business rules and processes, and metadata management. Guvnor not only will storing these artifacts, but it will fully manage their lifecycle, enable search and discovery, and provide insight into how, when and where they can be used. They'll also describe Guvnor's architecture and use of JCR, REST, GWT, Atom, and S-RAMP.

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  • 1. Sunday, May 1, 2011 1
  • 2. Governing  Services,   Data,  Rules,  Processes and  more Randall  Hauch Kurt  Stam Project  Lead,  ModeShape Project  Lead,  Guvnor @rhauch            @modeshape @guvtalkSunday, May 1, 2011 2
  • 3.   Scenario  1 Build  business  processes   using  existing  servicesSunday, May 1, 2011 3
  • 4. Scenario  1   Build  business  processes   using  existing  services • What  services  are  available? • What  does  each  service  use? • What  stage  are  they  in? other  services?  databases?  external  sites? dev?  test?  QA?  prod?  EOL? • What  are  the  performance   • What  services  are  planned? metrics  of  each  service?   • What  schemas  are  used? • What’s  impact  of  changes? common?  standards? • Who  can  approve  such  changes? • What  do  message  look  like? • What  SLAs  are  in  place?  And  for   • What’s  already  using  each   what  services? service? • Who’s  the  primary  contact?Sunday, May 1, 2011 4
  • 5. Scenario  2   Integrate  DBs  acquired  thru  M&A multiple  ETL  systems app-­specific  DBs in  the  cloud multiple  data  centers regional  databases remote  office  databasesSunday, May 1, 2011 5
  • 6. Scenario  2   Integrate  DBs  acquired  thru  M&A • What  databases  are  available? • How  many  entities  deal  with   • What  stage  are  they  in? customer?  accounts?  records?   dev?  test?  QA?  prod?  EOL? sales?  purchases?  products?  etc. • What  schemas  are  deployed? • What  data  transformations  are   On  which  DBMSes? performed? • Where  is  each  DB  instance   • What’s  impact  of  changes? located? • Who  can  approve  such  changes? • What  applications  use  each  DB? • What  SLAs  are  in  place? • What  about  data  virtualization? • Who’s  the  primary  contact?Sunday, May 1, 2011 6
  • 7. A  few  other  scenarios • Determine  why  we’re  not  meeting  our  SLAs • Determine  impact  of  a  bug  fix  in  a  critical  service • Determine  impact/exposure  to  security  vulnerability • Determine  impact  of  changes  new  version  of  API • What’s  our  process  for  rolling  out  a  new  deploymentSunday, May 1, 2011 7
  • 8. ? ? ? ? ? ? Lots  of  questions! ? Finding  answers  to  these  questions   takes  time  and  costs  money $ $ $ $ $Sunday, May 1, 2011 8
  • 9. Proper  governance  helps   answer  these  questionsSunday, May 1, 2011 9
  • 10. Open  source  “production” a  lifecycle  of  project  deliverables build upload download deploy development produced Maven artifacts repository (jars) disk runtime platform project  lead announce usersSunday, May 1, 2011 10
  • 11. More  than  just  JAR  files  &  manifests • JARs  and  manifests  are  required  for  runtime  deployment • They  don’t  tell  us  everything  we  need -­ interchange  formats  and  structures  (e.g.,  XSDs,  JSON,  XML) -­ data  structures  (e.g.,  DDL  files,  XSDs) -­ interface/API  representation  formats  (e.g.,  WSDL) -­ semantic  models  (e.g.,  BPMN,  rules,  models) • Also  need  to  track  other  things -­ policies  (e.g.,  SLA,  security) -­ stages  (e.g.,  planned,  in  test,  QA,  ready  for  production,  deployed,  retired) -­ acceptance,  reviews  and  approvalsSunday, May 1, 2011 11
  • 12. Governance  repository track  artifacts  and  relationships processes rules virtual   databases business   data   services services databases policies message   structuresSunday, May 1, 2011 12
  • 13. Governance  repository track  artifacts  and  relationships  throughout  lifecycle testing support development acceptance quality documentation integration deployment change securitySunday, May 1, 2011 13
  • 14. Governance  repository  provides • Tracking  artifact  states • Transitioning  through  lifecycle  model • Managing  relationships -­ between  artifacts  and  components -­ automatically  deriving  where  possible • Automation • Notification • Visibility  and  access • Search  and  structured  query • Versioning • Security  and  audit  capabilitiesSunday, May 1, 2011 14
  • 15. How  do  we  get  there?Sunday, May 1, 2011 15
  • 16. Drools  Guvnor • Very  successful • Governs  rules,  from  development  to  deployment • Starting  to  also  govern  processes • Some  extension  capability   • Great  starting  point • Lots  of  best  practices  and  lessonsSunday, May 1, 2011 16
  • 17. DemoSunday, May 1, 2011 17
  • 18. Drools  Guvnor • Great  starting  point • Lots  of  best  practices  and  lessons • But  limited  to  rules  and  processes -­ user  interface,  semantic  concepts,  mental  model • Not  possible  to  use  for  SOA  services  or  Data  ServicesSunday, May 1, 2011 18
  • 19. Current  Guvnor Drools guvnor-web-app guvnor-repository JCRSunday, May 1, 2011 19
  • 20. Guvnor  roadmap Drools guvnor-web-app guvnor-repository JCR Make  more  general-­purposeSunday, May 1, 2011 20
  • 21. Guvnor  roadmap Drools guvnor-web-app guvnor-repository JCR (ModeShape) Additional  features  when   using  ModeShapeSunday, May 1, 2011 21
  • 22. Guvnor  roadmap Services Rules  &  Processes Data guvnor-web-app guvnor-repository JCR (ModeShape) Add  services-­specific   Add  rules-­specific   Add  data-­specific   functionality  via  extensions functionality  via  extensions functionality  via  extensionsSunday, May 1, 2011 22
  • 23. Guvnor  roadmap Services Drools Data s-ramp webdav guvnor-web-app guvnor-repository JCR (ModeShape) Support  client  access  over   REST  &  WebDAVSunday, May 1, 2011 23
  • 24. S-­RAMP SOA  Repository  Artifact  Model  &  Protocol   • Currently  in  work  by  OASIS  Technical  Committee -­ IBM,  HP,  SOA  Software,  TIBCO,  Red  Hat,  WSO2  &  others • Common  data  model  for  SOA  repositories -­ artifacts,  derived  information,  taxonomies,  query  model • Interaction  protocol  using  AtomPub -­ CRUD,  batch  ops,  query,  notifications The  goal  is  interoperability  for  SOA  toolingSunday, May 1, 2011 24
  • 25. WebDAV • Remotely access repository - mount repository as network share - or access via HTTP • Navigate, create and delete folders • Download, upload or delete files • Use in scripts for automation - particularly useful for deploymentsSunday, May 1, 2011 25
  • 26. Why  ModeShape • Content  Repository  for  Java  (JCR)  API -­ JSR-­170  (1.0) -­ JSR-­283  (2.0) • Easily  clusterable    (JGroups  FTW!)   • Plays  nice  with  JBoss  technologies -­ uses  Hibernate,  JGroups,  Infinispan,  RESTEasy,  PicketBox,  etc. -­ deploy  as  a  service  within  JBoss  AS -­ monitor  with  Embedded  Console  and  JON   • Rich  query  capabilities  (beyond  spec) • JDBC  driver  for  querying  content • Connectors  for  storing  &  accessing  content -­ JDBC  (via  JPA/Hibernate),  Infinispan,  SVN,  file  system,  JDBC  metadata • Sequencers  ...Sunday, May 1, 2011 26
  • 27. JCR  stores  files • Files  are  content -­ stored  as  binary  data LoanService.wsdl -­ metadata  (MIME  type,  who,  when,...) • Optionally  version  some/all  files • Extract  text  for  searching but  nothing  elseSunday, May 1, 2011 27
  • 28. ModeShape  understands  files LoanService.wsdl • Files  are  content -­ stored  as  binary  data embedded XSD types -­ metadata  (MIME  type,  who,  when,...) creditInformationMessage • Optionally  version  some/all  files - name (xsd:string) - amount (xsd:integer) • Extract  text  for  searching approvalMessage but  can  also  “sequence”  these  files: - accept (xsd:string) loanServicePortType • Determine  MIME  type - input (creditInformationMessage) • Parse  files - output (approvalMessage) • Extract  structure loadServiceBinding - operation (“request”) • Store  that  back  in  the  repository with input, output, fault -­ where  it  can  be  queried  &  accessed ...Sunday, May 1, 2011 28
  • 29. ModeShape  understands  files • ZIP,  JAR,  EAR,  and  WAR  files • DDL  files • Plans  for  more • Java  source  and  class  files -­ WSDL  documents • Teiid  Relational  models  and  VDBs -­ XSD  documents • Text  files  (CSV  and  delimited) -­ BPEL  processes • JCR  Compact  Node  Definition -­ Drools  rules • XML  documentsSunday, May 1, 2011 29
  • 30. Guvnor  roadmap Services Drools Data s-ramp webdav guvnor-web-app guvnor-repository JCR (ModeShape) ModeShape  sequencers  for  domain-­specific  file  typesSunday, May 1, 2011 30
  • 31. Summary • Track  the  artifacts  we  produce,  throughout  their  lifecycle • Provide  access  to  the  governed  artifacts  (via  REST/WebDAV) • Automate  workflow • Notify  people  when  actions  are  required • Provide  visibility  (navigation  &  search  &  query)Sunday, May 1, 2011 31
  • 32. Status • Collaborating  with  multiple  JBoss.org  projects -­ most  work  under  Guvnor -­ communities  will  eventually  own  their  own  extensions • Working  with  the  Drools  community -­ enabling  use  of  ModeShape  in  place  of  Jackrabbit -­ extract  the  general  parts  of  Guvnor -­ keep  Guvnor  working  for  Drools • S-­RAMP -­ Working  with  OASIS  S-­RAMP  TC -­ Working  on  an  implementation • WebDAV  client  and  server  librariesSunday, May 1, 2011 32
  • 33. Thanks  for  listening! Questions?Sunday, May 1, 2011 33

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