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Becoming an interconnected enterprise

  1. 1. © 2013 IBM Corporation Becoming an Interconnected Enterprise through Systems of Interaction Sid Bhatia Program Director, Product Management WebSphere Foundation IBM Software Group
  2. 2. © 2013 IBM Corporation 2 The planet is getting smarter – fueled by disruptive technologies Social Media Cloud Computing Mobile Internet of Things Big Data
  3. 3. © 2013 IBM Corporation 3 Our world – and how we interact with it – is changing 91% always keep their mobile within arms reach 75% of consumers act on location-based offers 95% of Mobile traffic will be data by 2015 INSTRUMENTED Objects get sensoring abiliy, technology controls awareness of objects INTERCONNECTED Objects are interconnected by networks within an Internet of Things INTELLIGENT Competitive power comes from the ability to analyse and understand network of things 3 49% of consumers use 2 or more shopping channels to make a purchase 70% of consumers trust brand recommendations from their social media friends 15 petabytes of big data being generated every day
  4. 4. © 2013 IBM Corporation 4 Business transactions have moved beyond the enterprise 4 Of enterprises use external cloud services Dollars in mobile transactions by 2015 Smartphone users by 2016 1 billion 534 billion 69.1% Increase in mobile transaction volume since 2011 50 billion Devices connected to the internet by 2025 85% 126 million Tablet users by 2016
  5. 5. © 2013 IBM Corporation 5 Systems of Record Systems of Engagement Your integration needs are changing and growing… Systems of Interaction
  6. 6. © 2013 IBM Corporation 6 Systems of Interaction  Bridge tomorrow’s innovations with those powering the businesses today  Bring together Systems of Record, of Engagement and Internet of things  Shift toward ‘as a service’ approach for IT to deliver value to the business  Transform insight into rich, pattern-based interactions, transactions, processes Systems of Interaction
  7. 7. © 2013 IBM Corporation 7 Addressing the challenges of creating Systems of Interaction Integrating Systems of Engagement and Record Integrate virtually any applications Scalable and reliable access to information Expose services via APIs to accelerate innovation Secure access across enterprise boundaries Synch SaaS and On Prem Real-time awareness from Internet of Things and Mobile Build and run Mobile applications Control and manage services Systems of Interaction
  8. 8. © 2013 IBM Corporation 8 Leverage Mobile, Big Data, Internet of Things, Cloud Delivering engaging and interactive Mobile experience  75% of Mobile apps to be integrated with enterprise  30% of business intelligence accessed from Mobile Capturing insights from Big Data in real-time 40 times more big data in next few years Analytics of social big data growing 30% Increased awareness from Internet of Things 50 billion internet connected things by 2025 Every new car internet connected by 2014 Accelerate IT responsiveness with Cloud 25% of IT spending shifting to Cloud computing Over 70% of companies using SaaS applications Mobile Big Data Internet of Things Cloud
  9. 9. © 2013 IBM Corporation 9 Engaging interactive Mobile experience TBC Corp  Mobile connected commerce experience  Auto servicing notifications to mobile  Partners able to send geo-location discount coupons to clients’ mobile devices while they are waiting Rapid development of engaging Mobile apps Build, run and manage hybrid & native Mobile apps using latest standards Secure connectivity between Mobile & Enterprise Hardened secure gateway for Mobile and Web apps using latest standards Easy integration of Mobile apps with Systems of Record Expose enterprise apps to Mobile as services and APIs in hours – not days Reliable Mobile transactions and efficient notifications Internet-scale and reliable Mobile messaging with pub/sub delivery Mobile
  10. 10. © 2013 IBM Corporation 10 Delivering insights from real-time Big Data Discovery Health  Analytics solution delivers results in minutes, rather than days  Improves care by providing more accurate predictors for chronic conditions  Reveals new areas of investigation for fraud teams Overcome differences in how data is represented and stored Transform and enrich any form of data Provide scalable access to data Caching of stored and real-time data Enable real-time analytics of big data without slowing business Run analytics against in-flight data Increase responsiveness with an event-driven architecture Distribute just relevant information Big Data
  11. 11. © 2013 IBM Corporation 11 Awareness from the Internet of Things Foton  Collects and analyzes a real-time stream of data from truck telemetry sensors  Identifying potential problems and scheduling preventive maintenance to avoid expensive repairs Secure, Internet scale connectivity for M2M devices Reliably interact with a multitude of concurrently connected devices Open and efficient notification of timely, relevant information Standards-based communication of real-time events Easy integration with enterprise apps, data, processes Seamless integration into enterprise Transform big data from devices into business awareness Real-time analytics based on context and location Internet of Things
  12. 12. © 2013 IBM Corporation 12 Increasing Responsiveness with Cloud SunTrust Banks  Integrated SaaS applications and enterprise applications and databases  Easy access to accurate information for relationship managers  Helped reduce delivery times for customers Freedom to leverage SaaS Synchronize SaaS and On Prem in hours Rapidly deploy in Private Cloud Expert Integrated Systems with Pure App Accelerate Mobile integration with Backend as a Service Cloud development with project BlueMix Rapidly deploy in Public Cloud Public cloud deployment with SoftLayer Cloud
  13. 13. © 2013 IBM Corporation 13 Ongoing goals for IT Flexibility and Agility  SOA adoption continues to grow  Over 9,000 APIs in the Programmable Web  10x more Twitter traffic through APIs than Web Transactionality and Integrity 35% growth in online transactions driven by Mobile Millions of dollars lost in reduced revenue, fines, impact to customer loyalty and satisfaction to transaction failures Operations and Visibility 60% of IT organizations adopted DevOps approach Need to avoid cost of lack of governance, compliance Security and Control $5.5M average cost to data loss for US enterprises Millions of dollars lost due to security breaches SOA & APIs Security Operations Resilience
  14. 14. © 2013 IBM Corporation 14 IBM Systems of Interaction Portfolio  Complete  Rapid  Patterns-driven  Standards-based  Polyglot  Deploy anywhere
  15. 15. © 2013 IBM Corporation 15 Service Service Service Service Partners Cloud Social & Web Internet of Things Mobile IBM Systems of Interaction Portfolio Integration Gateway Business Process Decisions & Analytics Application Foundation Dev Ops Industry Patterns Integration Bus Secure APIs Scale Workflow Human Tasks Collaborate Rules Situations Analytics Data Caching Search Build Govern Manage Transform Route Choreograph Messaging
  16. 16. © 2013 IBM Corporation 16 IBM Systems of Interaction Portfolio Integrate virtually any applications IBM Integration Bus Secure access across enterprise boundaries IBM DataPower Build and run Mobile applications IBM Worklight Synch SaaS and On Prem IBM CastIron Control and manage services IBM WebSphere Service Registry & Repository Expose services via APIs to accelerate innovation IBM API Management Scalable and reliable access to information IBM WebSphere MQ Real-time awareness of Internet of Things and Mobile IBM MessageSight
  17. 17. © 2013 IBM Corporation 17 DMZ ready appliance for mobile, allowing you to rapidly secure and optimize new mobile client access patterns to back-end systems and data Security & Acceleration for connections into back-end systems IBM WebSphere DataPower Key Capabilities Business Value • Scalable DMZ-based authentication • Reverse proxy with protocol translation • Complete API management • Transformation, routing, session affinity • Intelligent load balancing • Policy-driven enforcement • Integrated caching • Hardened security for mobile access • Rapid deployment and change management
  18. 18. © 2013 IBM Corporation 18 18 IBM Confidential – Shared under NDA Creating & Managing Reusable APIs IBM API Management Key Capabilities Business Value • Easy API creation from existing services • Compose APIs by integrating services • Manage complete lifecycle of API • Secure and control access to APIs • Robust business analytics of API use • Rapidly establish presence in new API economy • Nurture innovation by rapidly building community of developers, entrepreneurs and partners
  19. 19. © 2013 IBM Corporation 19 WebSphere Extreme Scale Caching “Data Oriented” “Application Oriented” HTTP Session Management Extension for DynaCache Simple Grid / ESB Cache Business Event Processing In-memory OLTP Worldwide cache Petabyte analytics Database buffer In-memory SOA eXtreme Scale DataPower XC10 Appliance • Ultimate flexibility across many scenarios • In-memory capabilities for applications •Drop-in cache solution optimized & hardened •High density, low footprint
  20. 20. © 2013 IBM Corporation 20 Reliable delivery of timely information anywhere, anyhow IBM WebSphere MQ Key Capabilities Business Value • Reliable delivery of business data • Dynamic distribution using pub/sub • End-to-end Message-level encryption • Integrated managed file transfer • Exploits z/OS for continuous availability • Support for virtually any commercial IT system – over 87 environments • Preserve integrity of business data • Do business anywhere • More responsive, resilient processes • Faster time to value for new applications
  21. 21. © 2013 IBM Corporation 21 Real-time awareness from Mobile & Internet of Things (M2M) IBM MessageSight Key Capabilities Business Value • High speed messaging optimized for Mobile and Internet of Things devices • Easy to develop using JavaScript • Support for Web sockets, Android, iOS • DMZ-ready, FIPS 140-2 certified • Real-time feed into InfoSphere Streams • Track, monitor and manage devices • Scales to masses of concurrent devices • Rapid time to value – running in 30mins • 8x efficient network bandwidth vs. HTTP • 10x less Mobile battery use vs. HTTP
  22. 22. © 2013 IBM Corporation 22 Enterprise service bus technology for rapid mobile-enablement of existing applications and services Universal Integration of applications, processes and data IBM Integration Bus Key Capabilities Business Value • Complete enterprise service bus • Hetrogeneous integration • Rapid Pattern-based integration • Rapid mobile integration • Built-in application adapters • Accelerate integration of systems • Increased IT flexibility • Preserve integrity of transactions
  23. 23. © 2013 IBM Corporation 23 Enabling Systems of Interaction  Put mobile first because this is the first point of engagement for your customers, partners and employees  Reinvent your business design and processes to meet new expectations for instant, seamless and insightful interactions  Adopt a flexible and secure integration model so that back- office systems can keep pace with rapid change  Be Insight- and Data-Driven to uncover opportunities, build efficiencies and make informed decisions  Build on an open SOA architecture to accelerate creation of new services 1 2 3 Flexible integration bridges new systems of engagement and the systems of record that power the enterprise now 4 5
  24. 24. © 2013 IBM Corporation 24