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Webinar - Spagic: Beyond the SOA/BPM frontiers, towards a complete open cooperative environment

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The presentation supported the webinar delivered by Antonietta Miele, Spagic Developer, on 28th July 2011, within SpagoWorld Webinar Center. …

The presentation supported the webinar delivered by Antonietta Miele, Spagic Developer, on 28th July 2011, within SpagoWorld Webinar Center.
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  • 1. Beyond the SOA/BPM frontiers Towards a complete open cooperative environment This presentation has been used during a webinar delivered within SpagoWorld Webinar Center: http://www.spagoworld.org/xwiki/bin/view/SpagoWorld/WebinarCenter Visit it regularly to check the available webinars!www.spagic.org 1
  • 2. Overviewwww.spagic.org 2
  • 3. Mission / A new pattern for the development of applications Application Application Front End …instead of services that Front End reference to each other, in Back End different ways Back End Business Service Business Service Business Service Business Service Application Application Front End Front End Back End Back End Business Service Business Service Business Service Business Servicewww.spagic.org 3
  • 4. Mission / From middleware to Spagic Environment Governance Process & BPM Service modeling management Business Business Rules Activity management Inte gra monitoring e nt tion m /Co ge ope a rati eForm a n on M Lifecycle M BPM/ETL iddl d ewa an Engine re g elin Cooperation od M Connectors e ss SOA Integration s in Application ESB Bu (Web-Mobile) (Web-www.spagic.org 4
  • 5. Mission / A new pattern for the development of applications/2 Application Application Front End Front End Back End Business Service Business Service Business Service Business Service Business Service Business Service Application Application Front End Front End … a full user-oriented application, which retrieves the information from a business area, accessing it using a common, defined and standardized communicationwww.spagic.org 5
  • 6. Overview / ESB – Integration/Cooperation middleware SOA middleware for integration and cooperation SOA middleware for integration and cooperation Messaging, dynamic routing and transformation services, provided in aareliable way Messaging, dynamic routing and transformation services, provided in reliable way Virtualization of heterogeneous and distributed services Virtualization of heterogeneous and distributed services Middleware layer supporting the communication among distributed and heterogeneous Middleware layer supporting the communication among distributed and heterogeneoussystems systems SOA Applications Orchestration Custom bundes BPM Messaging MQ Routing Transformation Data services Adapters Web Services Connectors SOAP JMS Custom ETL/Data application SMS & Wireless eBusiness Warehouse XML EDI HL7 FILE / FTP Legacy CHAT RSS System DBMSwww.spagic.org 6
  • 7. Overview / Business Modeling and Management Business Modeling Analysis / tuning Business Technical parameter Process Modeling Process Modeling Historical & real-time analysis Historical & real-time analysis Standard BPMN Business vision Technical extension (services, security) Connectors BPM Engine BPM Engine BPM Different installation models available as Deploy / tuning Stand-alone server Technical Application service Independence from BPM Engine Full compatible with existing authorization Metadata & policy (ex. LDAP or DBMS) Historical / real-time infowww.spagic.org 7
  • 8. Overview / Business Rules Management Give more value to business knowledge managing company policy repository Give more value to business knowledge managing company policy repository BPMN process Rules in Excel/Openoffice or inside IDE Using BPM and/or a rule engine inside the system gives more flexibility to and makes easier analysts’ activities. Using rules externally, defined by the components, increases the maintainability of the services and improves their adaptability to new business requirements.www.spagic.org 8
  • 9. Overview / BPM - Collaboration Middleware Processes composed of collaborative services through the definition of human tasks Processes composed of collaborative services through the definition of human tasks Generation of documents (PDF) and management of their lifecycle within the processes Generation of documents (PDF) and management of their lifecycle within the processes User notification by mail, sms, web services … User notification by mail, sms, web services … Real-time interaction among user, processes and the external system, using web forms or Real-time interaction among user, processes and the external system, using web forms ordocs (PDF) docs (PDF) Different use models: Different use models: calling aaready-to-use web worklist calling ready-to-use web worklist API Java eeWeb Services API Java Web Serviceswww.spagic.org 9
  • 10. Governance / Monitoring Tools Information is available in real-time Information is available in real-time Each piece of information can be involved from different points of view Each piece of information can be involved from different points of view Monitoring Management Business Intelligence & BAMwww.spagic.org 10
  • 11. Technology Architecture / OSGi overview OSGi (Open Source Gateway Initiative ) )is the technology used to implement the OSGi (Open Source Gateway Initiative is the technology used to implement the collaboration and management of software modules composing Spagic collaboration and management of software modules composing Spagic Extensions Services Security Registry Life Cycle Modules Execution environment Services and connectors implements the Component Model pattern Each component provides services and can refer to other ones The dynamic behaviour of services is implemented with OSGi Declarative Serviceswww.spagic.org 11
  • 12. Technology Architecture / BPM middleware BPMN editor as a tool of Process Modeling Orchestration of internal modules (OSGi Bundles) and external systems (OSGi Connectors) Deploy and publishing in the BPM engine (JBPM OSGi bundles, Apache ODE BPEL Server)www.spagic.org 12
  • 13. Technology Architecture / Message Bus & BPM BPM layer Message Bus layer Normalized Message Router Normalized Message Router Normalized Message Router is responsible for the communication among the components Spagic communication pattern based OSGi Event Admin OSGi Event Admin on xml messages Built over OSGi Event Admin Service.www.spagic.org 13
  • 14. Technology Architecture / Monitoring – Management - BAM Spagic Studio Spagic Studio Plugin Eclipse Plugin Eclipse Design Design Monitor & Management Monitor & Management Deploy Deploy Connector Connector Service Service BAM Process Process SLA PKI Spagic Universal Middleware Optional External Systems Optional External Systems Bundles Spagic MetaDB Event listener BPM Spagic JMX System Monitor Networking Using a listener (Eclipse Event Admin) all Applic.& Web Server information spread through messages SOA between nodes are collected and shared DBMS through monitoring tools.www.spagic.org 14
  • 15. Governance / Project Organization User Interface Processes & Rules Components Architect/Developer Analyst Architect/Developer User Interface New Components Design Design Governance Governance Widget Research Component Research from Provisioning Registry from Provisioning Registry New Components Ajax UI Development Development Business Logic Publishing UI Development Configuration Publishing Process Definition Provisioning Registry (BPMN) Technical Completion BPMN Rules Definition Proxy Configuration (rules engine) Release Application Publishing (WAR) Provisioning Registrywww.spagic.org 15
  • 16. Technology Architecture / User Services & MVP Presentation Pattern: from MVC to MVP Separation between user services (VIEW & PRESENTER) / backend Open widget libraries (ex. GWT) Browser Compatibility Support to W3C ARIA accessibility requirements Internationalization MVP Pattern Presentation UI VIEW Widget Base Widget composite Client (RIA) Business Logic (user) Presenter Data Access Interface (RPC Client) Data Access Implementation Middleware Model (RPC Server) (Spagic) Business Logic (procedure)www.spagic.org 16
  • 17. Technology Architecture / SOA Application Definition of a command pattern to implement the business logic Configurable interaction among the components – Application composition.Application Node (es. JBoss o Apache Tomcat) WAR -- User Services App. WAR User Services App. WAR -- backend services WAR backend services Business Analysts GWT GWT Spagic Command Spagic Command Servlet Servlet widget widget Remote Spagic Node Remote Spagic Node JVM Business logic Business logic Remote Spagic Client Spagic Client External system External system WAR -- User Services App. WAR User Services App. Other Spagic Other Spagic Spagic Spagic services services connectors connectors GWT GWT Servlet Servlet widget widget DBMS Spagic Spagic JPA (Eclipse Link) DBMS persistence persistence Data application Data application Spagic Client Spagic Client Different front-end layers versus a unique back-end layer Different front-end layers versus a unique back-end layer Remote Different deployment models that can be set by configuration Different deployment models that can be set by configuration Monolithic Monolithic Remote Spagic Node Remote Spagic Node Enterprise node Enterprise node In VM In VMwww.spagic.org 17
  • 18. Business case / Web Portal for Artistic Heritagewww.spagic.org 18
  • 19. Business case / Web Portal for Artistic HeritageApplication Node (es. JBoss o Apache Tomcat) Web Portal RIA Web Portal RIA backend services backend services Business Analysts Spagic Spagic GWT GWT Orchestration Orchestration widget widget Process Process JVM Spagic Client Spagic Client (BPMN) (BPMN) Dynamic Dynamic Dynamic Dynamic Spagic Spagic External WS External WS Dynamic Dynamic Search Search connectors connectors Search Search Search Search Upgrading Upgrading Spagic Spagic JPA (Eclipse Link) DBMS DBMS Local DB Local DB persistence persistence Data application Data application UI Developers Service Developerswww.spagic.org 19
  • 20. Technology Architecture / XaaSA new approach for an innovative design A new approach for an innovative design Cooperation btw applications through ESB Distinct organization for : Applications Integration middleware Services for governance Outsourcing based on XaaS pattern Everything is developed through distributed nodes that provide specialized services: SaaS Software (front-end & back-end) PaaS Platform CaaS Communicationwww.spagic.org 20
  • 21. Technology Architecture / XaaS - OSGi - Spagic XaaS (Everything as a Service) GWT User Services Rich Internet Application CaaS Spagic Connectors Communication as a Service (HTTP, WS, JMS, DB, File, FTP,..) SaaS App.bundles Spagic BPM Spagic bundles Software as a Service Spagic Service Manager Eclipse Eclipse ECF EclipseLink PaaS Equinox (MQ) Platform as a Service Eclipse P2 JBoss JBoss JBPM Droolswww.spagic.org 21
  • 22. For more information... • Downloads : http://forge.ow2.org • WebSite : www.spagic.org …thanks for your attention! Antonietta Miele antonietta.miele@eng.it www.spagoworld.orgwww.spagic.org 22

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