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  • 1. This Presentation Courtesy of the International SOA Symposium October 7-8, 2008 Amsterdam Arena www.soasymposium.com info@soasymposium.com Founding Sponsors Platinum Sponsors Gold Sponsors Silver Sponsors
  • 2. Best Practices for SOA Services Provisioning and Management Canyang Kevin Liu, Solution Architecture Manager SAP® Co-Innovation Lab Palo Alto, California
  • 3. Disclaimer This presentation outlines our general product direction and should not be relied on in making a purchase decision. This presentation is not subject to your license agreement or any other agreement with SAP. SAP has no obligation to pursue any course of business outlined in this presentation or to develop or release any functionality mentioned in this presentation. This presentation and SAP's strategy and possible future developments are subject to change and may be changed by SAP at any time for any reason without notice. This document is provided without a warranty of any kind, either express or implied including but not limited to the implied warranties implied, to, of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement. SAP assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in this document, except if such damages were caused by SAP intentionally or g g y y grossly negligent. y g g © SAP 2008 / SAP TechEd 08 / SOA115 Page 2
  • 4. Agenda 1. SOA Governance and Experiences from SAP® Co-Innovation Lab 2. Best Practices for Services Provisioning and Design-Time Governance 3. Best P ti 3 B t Practices for SOA Runtime Management f R ti M t © SAP 2008 /
  • 5. Governance: A Holistic View Enterprise Corporate Governance Transparency Corrective measures IT SOX, HIPAA, SCADA SOA IT Governance Compliance Design g Best practices ITIL, COBIT frameworks Run SOA Governance Provisioning governance Runtime management © SAP 2008 /
  • 6. SOA Governance vs. Management Create the Right Services in Provisioning the Right Way Governance Approach for services candidate identification Processes for services approval, implementation, and deployment Consistent methodology and patterns for service design and implementation SOA Lifecycle Gain Visibility and Control of Runtime Services in Production Management Monitor performance of services Enforce SLAs and compliances Enforce various policies Provide analytics and reports Quick issue identification and resolution © SAP 2008 /
  • 7. SAP Co-Innovation Lab http://coil.sap.com htt // il The mission of the SAP Co-Innovation Lab is to enable our customers and partners to come together with SAP to collaboratively work on proof of concepts and promote new and innovative business solutions and t h l i i ti b i l ti d technologies. Teams from diverse organizations can execute projects in an environment where they can join forces to build, test, and build test architect new business processes and enterprise SOA. “Where else can you fi d thi bl d of infrastructure, customer demonstration “Wh l find this blend f i f t t t d t ti possibilities, and ability to work side by side with SAP experts?” Joachim Rahmfeld VMware Inc. © SAP 2008 /
  • 8. Current Sponsors and Member Companies of the SAP Co-Innovation Lab Project SAP Co- Demo & Collaboration Innovation Showcase Lab Data Center © SAP 2008 / SAP TechEd 08 / SOA110 Page 7
  • 9. Project Example – Co-Innovation for SOA Management Customer challenges: SAP Co-Innovation Lab Heterogeneous SOA environment Approach Lack of experiences and experience in integrating Collaboratively capture key customer SOA management solutions requirements and scenarios COIL SOA Management Partners Develop test cases for Co-Innovation Lab reference landscape … Execute tests and develop optimal E t t t dd l ti l configuration and deployment models Publish whitepapers and best practices Guide partner R&D Identified complex use cases and scenarios for SOA management in g complex enterprise environments The Outcome Customers confidence in making enterprise SOA management decisions Whitepapers and best practices © SAP 2008 / SAP TechEd 08 / SOA110 Page 8
  • 10. The SAP Co-Innovation Lab Landscape virtual server virtual server virtual server NW Portal CE ECC instance instance WebService endpoints Load Load Load Balancer Balancer Balancer ECC end user NW Portal CE WebService instance instance endpoints Flexible Test Scenario Production-like operation: Triggered by end-user activity in the SAP NetWeaver Portal web-service calls All SAP components are set up with two are sent to a composite application, which in turn retrieves further information instances to demonstrate high from a back-end system. back end availability and scalability. SOA management policies are enforced by SOA Management proxies which Secure SSL https communication might sit in the message stream in front of application components. The proxies be used for messaging between generate audit, logging, performance monitoring data about web-service calls components. and report them at runtime to a central SOA management reporting instance. A network application delivery appliance The proxies also receive policies and other configuration from such a central provides load balancing and other configuration instance. network optimization services. The web service calls can have different sizes up to many MB. Also load testing for concurrent web service calls can be performed. © SAP 2008 / SAP TechEd 08 / SOA110 Page 9
  • 11. Integration of SOA Governance and Management Components Runtime management g leverages partner Web services delivered by SAP run on solutions ECC backend and on CE servers, they were provisioned following the SAP enterprise services provisioning governance process © SAP 2008 / SAP TechEd 08 / SOA110 Page 10
  • 12. Agenda 1. SOA Governance and Experiences from SAP Co-Innovation Lab 2. Best Practices for Services Provisioning and Design-Time Governance 3. Best Practices for SOA Runtime Management © SAP 2008 / SAP TechEd 08 / SOA115 Page 11
  • 13. Best Practice #1: Adopt an enterprise level service provisioning methodology Business process driven top- down approach for service candidates identification is the key in achieving better business and IT alignment © SAP 2008 /
  • 14. Best Practice #2: Establish an enterprise level enforceable governance process for service provisioning Collaborative Process Necessary DECIDE Roadmap-Driven Track but not obvious SAP s SAP’s plans to service-enable service enable mySAP Business Suite Prioritize, Long Select Short Confirmation considering of SAP plans dependencies List List Stakeholder-Driven Track use cases Customers / partners p q quarterly y deciding how SOA drives Breakthrough business value innovations Committed Outcome DEFINE DEVELOP DELIVER DEPLOY DECLARE collaboratively semi-annually on mySAP ERP 2005 SAP Architects ES bundles Community Definition Groups
  • 15. Best Practice #3: Adopt an enterprise level service design meta model Business Object Model Service Description based on WSDL & XSD Deployment Unit Service Patterns 1 * 1..* 1 0..1 1..* * 0..1 Process Component Service Interface Interface Pattern 1..* * 1 1 1..* 1 * 1.. 1 * * 0..1 Business Object Service Operation Communication Pattern 0..1 * * Input Output 1..* Fault Data Type (Message Type) Easy search and Definition; XML Easy search and discovery through Schema discovery through unambiguous classification * unambiguous naming references conventions 1 Business logic based on defined business objects Global Data Types Meaningful granularity through predetermined Meaningful granularity Same business context always represented operations through business object by the same data type assignment Reusability through Easy composition through no/easy predetermined operations conversions and mapping Well-known service Use of open semantic standards behavior © SAP 2008 / SAP TechEd 08 / SOA115 Page 14
  • 16. Best Practice #4: Leverage common service design patterns (1) Synchronous A2A and B2B services services Manage BO Query BO Notification Reservation (for master data objects) Synchronous <BO 1> Outbound process Inbound process <BO 2> outbound proce... agent agent Outbound process O tb d Inbound process I b d agent agent Inbound process Outbound process agent agent Update <BO> <part B> BO action Manage BO Request confirmation (for business process objects) Replication Specific value help for BO
  • 17. Best Practice #4: Leverage common service design patterns (2) – Decision Tree Classification of atomic dialog Answer expected? No Yes Recipient Modifying expected to take activity notice? requested? No Yes No Yes Information Notification Query/Response Request/Confirmation Pattern Pattern Pattern Pattern
  • 18. Best Practice #4: Leverage common service design patterns (3) Example –synchronous pattern for managing master data BOs. Typical CRUD fine-grained synchronous operations with atomic transactions wrapped in each operation pp p Mainly consumed by UIs and composite applications
  • 19. Best Practice #4: Leverage common service design patterns (4) Example: A2A/B2B Request-confirmation pattern One process component requests something from another process component and gets a confirmation once the requested business action is performed (which can take some days).
  • 20. DEMO Example: Enterprise Services Workplace Example: Sales Order Processing model © SAP 2008 / SAP TechEd 08 / SOA115 Page 19
  • 21. Agenda 1. SOA Governance and Experiences from SAP Co-Innovation Lab 2. Best Practices for Services Provisioning and Design-Time Governance 3. Best Practices for SOA R ti 3 B tP ti f Runtime M Management t © SAP 2008
  • 22. SOA Governance and Management – An example How a business goal is translated into and enforced by a set of policies Revenue Targets Reporting Business Contracts and SLAs Business- Business-IT Alignment SOA Performance and SLA Technical Policies and SLAs Compliance
  • 23. A Day in the Life of an SOA Admin Internal customers SOA Management Monitoring SOA Service Admin Business partners Usage Policies Policies SLAs Services Registry Dependency D d Intermediary Analysis Impact Analysis Analytics Company border Auditing y … © SAP 2008 / SAP TechEd 08 / SOA115 Page 22
  • 24. Best Practice #1: Use an SOA management component deployment pattern that best achieves scalability and availability y The best deployment pattern - put SOA management proxies in between an application deliverable (AD) component and application instances. Scalability: SAP application component scalability can be achieved by adding as many application instances on as much server hardware as needed for some high- throughput requirements. The same methodology is applicable for the SOA management components. With the load-balancing capability SOA management capability, components can send traffic to any server as indicated by the “X-like” connectivity lines. High Availability: With the important load-balancing g y p g capability of SOA management components and the “X- like” connectivity between SOA management components and server instances, any single component failure would still allow continuous operation of the overall setup. p p © SAP 2007 / Page 23
  • 25. Best Practice #2: Think about not only SOA management features, but also operational risks – High availability of management console is also critical g To ensure the continuous operation of the enterprise services environment, most SOA Management solutions (SOA Software is shown as example) support clustered deployment for high availability and load balancing The high Th hi h availability consideration should not b li it d t th runtime enforcement il bilit id ti h ld t be limited to the ti f t points, but also the central console. © SAP 2007 / Page 24
  • 26. Best Practice #3: Take change management into consideration early in projects <protocol>://<server>:<port>/<web-service specifier> Transport Locator WebService Locator Web-Service Traffic Web-Service Traffic SOA Management SAP Development Proxy System When fully qualified URLs are used, ? SAP CTS change management of virtualized services can be a lot of work Web-Service Traffic Web-Service Traffic SOA Management SAP QA Proxy System Desired: ? SAP CTS - The “transport locator” should be Web-Service Traffic Web-Service Traffic SOA management Proxy y SAP Productive System y separated from the “Web service locator”, so it’s easier to migrate from one system to another or switch from one protocol to another (e.g. http to https) - Mass import & export capability © SAP 2007 / Page 25
  • 27. Best Practice #4: Separation of UI traffic and SOAP traffic No major issue if UI traffic can be routed around SOA management Proxy WSIL via GET was provided, but did not work in the landscape. Client applications that require dynamic Web services discovery via WSIL fail function. Further investigation is required required. SOA SAP Management Web-Service Server Web-Service + Proxy UI traffic traffic only Blocks any traffic but Web-Service traffic Most SOA management solutions are designed specifically for web-service traffic Application delivery appliance would be needed to separate the traffic when clients access the application servers only through some sort of intranet or the Internet cloud where all network traffic travels jointly on one j y network pipe. © SAP 2007 / Page 26
  • 28. Operational consideration: Reliable runtime performance Example – SAP Co-Innovation Lab Results for SOA Software SOA Software provides Java- based Web services proxy, policy management, performance monitoring and reporting tools for SOA management. It is important that such solutions do not degrade the reliability of an overall business application landscape, which uses SOA. Tests performed in our lab showed that a combined landscape with SOA Software tools and SAP applications reaches “ five 9s” (99.9998%) reliability on SOA Error statistics message transfers. This was found Pass P Fail F il Stop St in six-hour tests under high loads. 162,440 0 0 © SAP 2008 / SAP TechEd 08 / SOA110 Page 27
  • 29. Operational consideration: High scalability Example - SAP Co-Innovation Lab Results for SONOA Appliance SONOA provides a network hardware appliance for SOA management, which is capable of handling large message volumes: Shown is a six-hour measurement where an increasing number of users make requests while message g q g sizes were kept constant (about 300 KB) At high load of our stress testing, only less than 1% of the SONOA appliance CPU was utilized One SONOA appliance may be able to enforce SOA management policies in front of many SAP application components with high sustained load load. © SAP 2008 / SAP TechEd 08 / SOA110 Page 28
  • 30. Understand what SOA management capability is important to you Example - Managing policies with AmberPoint AmberPoint provides a rich user experience in managing services provided by SAP and other vendors Services ramp up ramp-up WSIL-based approach makes initial services registration painless Policy management Rich set of templates Apply and enforce policies with a service in a few simple steps Reporting Comprehensive view as well as detailed performance reports Dependency map Navigation Simple Web-based UI Filters to narrow down results Easy navigation among key functional areas © SAP 2008 / SAP TechEd 08 / SOA110 Page 29
  • 31. Thank you! © SAP 2008 / SAP TechEd 08 / SOA115 Page 30
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