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Presentation of Spagic 3, the free/open source platform for the governance of middleware services and the development of SOA applications. Spagic is part of the free/open source SpagoWorld …

Presentation of Spagic 3, the free/open source platform for the governance of middleware services and the development of SOA applications. Spagic is part of the free/open source SpagoWorld initiative, supported by Engineering.

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  • 1. Version 3.0 1
  • 2. Summary Context: SOA, BPM, Universal Middleware Spagic 3: technical features Spagic 3: technical insight New contexts of use 2
  • 3. Context SOA Business Process Management Universal Middleware 3
  • 4. From SOA principles to 3.0 version / SOA projects SOA principles User layer Service layer Business layer Information layer SOA principles User layer Service layer Business layer Information layer Encapsulation Encapsulation Loose coupling Web Services Business object Registry Loose coupling Presentation Contract Contract Reusability Web Services Business object Security Reusability Composability Composability Cooperation Autonomy System Web Services Business object DBMS Autonomy Optimization Optimization Discoverability Discoverability Developing projects, which adhere to the SOA paradigm as for the following aspects: Interoperability – it regulates the integration modes among heterogeneous systems. Interfaces in terms of protocols and functions - SOA does not define API. 4
  • 5. From SOA principles to 3.0 version / Criticality Criticality related to the increase of cooperation levels: Design Development Governance Cost control Enterprise Model: Enterprise Model: Experience / Complexity ItItevolves over time according to evolves over time according to the increase of the complexity and the increase of the complexity and expertise of the involved actors expertise of the involved actors ESB BPM BRMS time 5
  • 6. From SOA principles to 3.0 version / Previous versions Coordination of services relations - -Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) Coordination of services relations Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) Guidelines Communication protocols ––in addition to WS/SOAP protocol Communication protocols in addition to WS/SOAP protocol Guidelines Orchestration - -Business Process Management (BPM) Orchestration Business Process Management (BPM) Studio & Monitoring Studio & Monitoring ESB BPEL Data ESB Communication MetaDB Workflow Node Integ. node Layer (real time) BPM Layer SOA/ESB Layer Realizzato su ESB Apache ServiceMIX 6
  • 7. From SOA principles to 3.0 version / Current version Projects activities Products consulting service More flexibility V.3 Realized on OSGi Eclipse Equinox 7
  • 8. OSGi / Where it is being used Open Service Gateway Initiative: founded in 1999, it defines the open specifications for a life cycle model of modules/services (bundles), registry and for an execution environment. Crucial in different contexts: Solutions Solutions IBM, SAP, Oracle/BEA, RedHAT, CISCO, Middleware Siemens, Progress, Eclipse, Apache, Applications / ERP Prosyst, Knopflerfish and others open source Framework Internal projects Internal projects Industry BMW, VOLVO, Bosh, EDF, NOKIA, Telecommunications Motorola, Telecom (various countries), Mobile Vodafone, Telefonica, CISCO and others Finance Healthcare 8
  • 9. Spagic Technical features: Universal Middleware Modularization Governance 9
  • 10. OSGi Universal Middleware “Software that you write once and can use in binary form universally: in many different “Software that you write once and can use in binary form universally: in many different platforms, many different industries, and for many different purposes.” Peter Kriens (OSGi evangelist) platforms, many different industries, and for many different purposes.” Peter Kriens (OSGi evangelist) OSGi objectives Reusability Dependences management Components life-cycle management Spagic Universal Middleware objectives Enterprise SOA Framework of components, through which everyone can realize modular and configurable Universal Middleware components around an OSGi kernel 10
  • 11. Modularization SOA requirements realized through Spagic 3 modules – Enterprise SOA Framework: Reusable components in different environments Applications adherent to the SOA paradigm Orchestration processes according to the WS/BPEL or workflow standard Applications based on services composition Enterprise SOA Platform, intended as a central node for the integration through ESB Components Orchestration SPAGIC Composite SOA Application Application Enterprise SOA Platform Routing Connectors BRMS MOM Services Manager CEP 11
  • 12. Governance Focused on the efficiency of all involved actors and resources, in order to: meet the users’ requirements manage the direct and indirect relations within the SOA ecosystem Services Implementation Administration Registry Management Deploy & SOA Monitoring Versioning Governance Capabilities Process Definition & Decision Implementation Support Complex Event Rules Management Management 12
  • 13. Spagic Technical insight 13
  • 14. Architecture Cooperation with external systems Proprietary Message ETL/Data Custom EDI Warehouse application SMS & Wireless eBusiness HL7 XML Legacy System CHAT RSS DBMS 14
  • 15. Middleware Realized on OSGi technology for the modular management of bundles and for the Realized on OSGi technology for the modular management of bundles and for the realization of gateways for applicative cooperation. realization of gateways for applicative cooperation. Extensions Fundamental Layer Execution Environment – for the execution of the entire Security Services middleware Registry Modules – for modularity and dynamism Life Cycle Life Cycle – management of services lifecycle Modules Registry – services census and research Execution environment Services – services container Security – services for security management Extensions: thanks to modules (bundles), the middleware can be adapted to various Extensions contexts. Enterprise bundle: ESB, J2EE, TP Monitor, etc Connectors bundle : WS/SOAP, JMS, TCPIP, SAP, JDBC, File/FTP, Mail, etc Custom bundle : specific applicative and technological services (scheduler, scripting, transcoding, etc) 15
  • 16. Life Cycle Management It introduces new dynamics into an application environment. INSTALLED START Start RESOLVED ACTIVE Stop UNINSTALLED STOP The proper functioning of the environment is ensured by: dependence management processes the security architecture. 16
  • 17. Code Reuse towards SOA J2EE Application J2EE Application OSGi Bundle Backend Class lib (jar) Class lib (jar) Components Frontend Existing application Import which exploit OSGi features with a reusable Utility (lifecycle, business logic registry, security) OSGi Manifest Spagic OSGi Service Spagic wrapper MOM interface, allowing the usage of: realization Class lib (jar) Spagic Service Editor Publishing (connectors) Assembly CEP Spagic BPM OSGi Spagic Monitor Manifest 17
  • 18. Business Process Management It works as a connector among different SOA platforms It supports editors’ interoperability Analytics Analytics BPMN BXModeler …… Editor Editor Editor Spagic Studio Enterprise Monitor Meta Model Meta Model MetaDB Eclipse Modeling Framework SCA Spring ETL Workflow BPEL Drools Flow plugin plugin plugin plugin plugin plugin Third parties Third parties SCA Talend Eclipse Editor Open St. BPEL editor Service SCA J2EE J2EE/JBI JBPM BPEL Assembly Container Container Container Engine Engine component 18
  • 19. TaskList & eForm TaskList Tasks assignment Integration with BPM policies rules API availability Module, which can be integrated into existing applications Metadata-Activities connection Automatic form publishing Electronic Form Forms generation Possible Integration with Orbeon Forms Builder 19
  • 20. Design Develop Test Deploy Approach to Services Approach to Processes Logical design Monitoring Service Editor Form Editor BPMN Editor Rules, Spagic policy MetaDB separation Logical & physical deploy Metadata Editor Eclipse STP-IM STP- deploy Technical Design Rules Mapping Workflow BPEL Assembly t es nT s io res eg &R ss tre Develop S Test & Custom Code Testing procedure 20
  • 21. Enterprise Monitor Monitoring Real time processes, services and information monitoring Management Error management and processes restarting option System Monitor Events extraction from the system monitor Business Intelligence Decisions support through integration with SpagoBI MetaDB (real time) Data Warehouse 21
  • 22. Spagic New contexts of use 22
  • 23. Deployment model Enterprise Node ESB ESB Node for the management of all applicative cooperation processes through BPM orchestration OSGi Service Container and message queues (ESB) Lite Node Node focused on specific applicative cooperation OSGi Service Container processes. Java App. Server Custom On an exiting application of an Application Server, it Application offers specific BPM cooperation features and the reuse of available services through Spagic (services App Library OSGi Service Container and/or connectors). 23
  • 24. New services / Service Assembly Business service through applicative composition, in the following cases: The service is realizable through dynamic assembly rules for each single component. Rules are complex and hardly maintainable without any support tools. A solution (or product) can be extended through modules. ERP BPM Supplier’s no ok order Create order Check ok Check Check Start availability msg ok amount Customer Availability Warehouse yes error order error Create End Error msg Rules Rules Benefits Benefits Atomicity Less development costs Routing (when / then) Less maintenance costs Declarative (not procedural) Reusability: applications sharing Close to the domain Increased business users’ involvement 24
  • 25. BPM Package / BPEL + OSGi Solution for BPEL orchestration on OSGi Apache ODE (BPEL eng) Apache ODE (BPEL eng) Spagic Monitor Spagic Monitor Spagic Service Manager (Equinox OSGi) OSGi) Apache Tomcat BPEL Apache ODE engine, extended for the use of: Spagic connectors OSGi Bundles, such as rules engine, CEP, Quartz, mail, XSLT, HL7 Eclipse BPEL Designer, extended for the modulation of bundles OSGi BPMN to BPEL, export from BPMN towards half-completed BPEL processes Spagic Monitor for BPEL orchestration 25