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The IT landscape is changing faster than ever before, 2012 will see trends around the Emergence of Cloud Integration, Big Data, Enterprise Mobile 2.0, PaaS, and real-time web. Each of these trends ...

The IT landscape is changing faster than ever before, 2012 will see trends around the Emergence of Cloud Integration, Big Data, Enterprise Mobile 2.0, PaaS, and real-time web. Each of these trends will impact your technology strategy in 2012-2013. Ross will be discussing and answering questions about these topics and joining the dots between these trends where Open APIs are the key to success.

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  • “Big Data” was born out of big datacomplex joins or ACID requirements = SQLrealtime requirements = HBase, Storm, customProcess data with many outcomes = Monte Carlo Simulationssupercomputing, MPI or BSP (Message Passing Interface, Batch sync Processing)graph computing, Google's Pregel or Neo4Jinteractive analysis of web-scale data sets, Google's Dremel to incrementally update the analytics on a massive data set continuously, as Google now have to do on their index of the web, then an architecture like Percolator
  • Lets quickly go over the basics of where PaaS sits. There are 3 defined service layers to the cloud: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS).Both IaaS and SaaS are easier concepts to understand and have been around longer. IaaS provides a virtualization layer of elastic compute resources that are available on demand, such as Amazon EC2 or Rackspace Cloud. SaaS offers applications consumable over the web with pay as you go pricing, numerous examples include Salesforce, SuccessFactors, WorkDay and Inuit.You can think of these layers as a stack and PaaS sits in the middle, filling the void between IaaS and SaaS. PaaS is the least well defined because people have very vantage point of what a platform is. YefimNatis for Gartner is quoted describing PaaS as “Anything that is not a business application or systems infrastructure is PaaS”. To me this is middleware and by this definition the PaaS is going to have a massive impact the way software is built.
  • aPaaS — the platform for hosting and managing individual application services and data The services of this platform will include container services for optimized multitenant execution of application software, persistent and in-memory data management, point- management and point-security of services in a homogeneous context, multilingual development tools, programming models, internal orchestration and composition, metadata management, and tracking for billing and optimization purposes. The multitenancy models will differ. Some projects will select the backward compatibility of the shared-hardware model. Others will choose the advanced elasticity and versioning of the shared-everything model (see "Gartner Reference Architecture for Multitenancy"). Integration PaaS (iPaaS) — the platform for intermediation and integration of the application services hosted and point-managed by aPaaSThe service of this platform will include a variety of intermediation applicable to heterogeneous multilocated service environments, including registry and repositories, policy management, security, application and data integration, adapters, composition, orchestration, flow management, partner community management event brokering and more. iPaaS offerings will be used to support integration among SaaS applications, cloud services, aPaaS-based applications, and on-premises custom and packaged applications in internal and B2B integration scenarios.
  • InsideView (organisation intelligence)
  • InsideView (organisation intelligence)
  • Concerns focus on the device itself and cross compatability, tSiri
  • FacebookSocial GraphTwitterFirehose - analyticsSalesforceMain Integration partner
  • Center of gravity shifting to the cloudRise of the composite appLess visibility and controlRapid innovation means middleware must adapt and support change

5 Big IT Trends for 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. 5 Big IT Trends for 2012…and how Open APIs are a driving force @rossmason #mulesoft
  • 2. #1: Big Data yin and yang
  • 3. What is big data? Source: 451 GroupAll contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 3
  • 4. Big Data on the Hype Cycle Source: GartnerAll contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 4
  • 5. Impact to your organization Yin – Realisation that Big Data is not a solution, it’s a set of servers/platforms – Landscape a lot more complicated than RDMS – Need to understand the technology landscape to be able to choose an approach Yang – New use cases emerge as data increases from web, mobile, sensor, financial, healthcare, etc. – New investment means better tools for analytics, efficient storage and scrubbingAll contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 5
  • 6. #2: Emergence of Cloud Integration
  • 7. Integration will make or break SaaS “What are your firms concerns, if any, with software-as-a-service (SaaS)?” Security concerns Integration challenges with other applications Application performance (e.g., downtime, speed) Total cost concerns (total cost of ownership) Lack of maturity Not customizable Security and integration Difficulty and risk of migration or installation exchange Pricing is unclear or complicated priority withWere locked in financially with our current vendor increasing cloud experience. We cant find the specific application we need None. We dont have any concerns Other Dont know 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Source: Forrester All contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 7
  • 8. SaaS Tsunami creating a massiveintegration wave Source: Forrester All contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 8
  • 9. SaaS Tsunami creating a massiveintegration wave • Thousands of new applications • Thousands of siloed data stores • Thousands of new APIs to integrate Source: Forrester All contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 9
  • 10. Impact to your organization Every organization will need (or already has) a SaaS strategy Within 5 years, a significant percentage of your data will live outside your firewall Integration of SaaS to the enterprise is criticalAll contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 10
  • 11. #3: PaaS Mania and Shake Out
  • 12. What is PaaS? Cloud Enterprise SaaS Enterprise Apps (Software as a Service) (SAP, Oracle EBS) PaaS Middleware (Platform as a Service) (App server, ESB) IaaS Virtualization / OS / (Infrastructure as a Hardware Service)All contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 12
  • 13. PaaS Categories: aPaaS, iPaaS Application PaaS (aPaaS) — the platform for hosting and managing individual applications Integration PaaS (iPaaS) — the platform for intermediation and integration of the application services hosted and point- managed by aPaaSAll contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 13
  • 14. PaaS Landscape iPaaS cloud dPaaS integration aPaaSAll contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 14
  • 15. Impact to your organization Forrester predicts that by 2015, 35% of application workloads will run on PaaS PaaS is an opportunity to simplify the infrastructure landscape PaaS not suitable for all workloads (data compliance, performance requirements) Need to understand the role of PaaS in your organization by 2013 By 2013 we’ll see the start of aPaaS shake out that will leave 3- 4 vendors standing, others will specialize or drop outAll contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 15
  • 16. #4: The Enterprise Goes Mobile 2.0
  • 17. Enterprise Mobile Evolution HTML Web ServerAll contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 17
  • 18. Enterprise Mobile 2.0 IntegrationAll contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 18
  • 19. Enterprise Mobile 2.0 Tablets Mobile Web / Desktop Other devices Apps REST API (JSON / XML) IntegrationAll contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 19
  • 20. Impact to your organization ―20-50 billion connected devices by 2020‖ – Morgan Stanley ―Out of 12 mobile apps surveyed, 54 applications were integrated‖ Devices communicate through APIs, need a platform strategy that enables publishing and consumption of many APIsAll contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 20
  • 21. #5: The Web Goes Real Time
  • 22. Real-time Web The web is the platform, but it wasn’t built for machines Real-time means: – Faster processing – Less load on servers – Smarter apps – Better user experienceAll contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 22
  • 23. Streaming APIs: Early Movers leading the wayAll contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 23
  • 24. API Explosion, changing the IT landscapeNumber of APIs Source: Programmable Web
  • 25. How we can help take advantage of these trends
  • 26. One Platform: Cloud, Enterprise, APIs 26
  • 27. Summary Trend Action1. Big Data Observe, Plan2. SaaS / Cloud Integration Plan yesterday3. PaaS Trial4. Enterprise Mobile Plan5. Real-time APIs WatchAll contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 27
  • 28. Questions?@rossmason #mulesoft
  • 29. All contents Copyright © 2011, MuleSoft Inc. 29