WSO2’s Unified Theory of
     Middleware
                   April 2010
                   Asanka Abeysinghe,
             ...
Asanka Abeysinghe – Lead Solutions Architect
   10+ years industry experience working on projects ranging from
    deskto...
WSO2

   Founded in 2005 by acknowledged leaders in XML, Web
    Services Technologies & Standards and Open Source
   Pr...
Enterprise Architecture Evolution
SOA – Enterprise Expectations




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Middleware




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Middleware Platforms : Market




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WSO2 Evolution Strategy – Reinvent Middleware!

Design Objectives for WSO2 Middleware:
   Self-consistent and lean

   I...
OSGi – Dynamic Module System for Java

       Defines a way to create true modules and a way for those
        modules to...
The Solution: WSO2 Carbon
The Solution: WSO2 Carbon
The Solution: WSO2 Carbon
What is WSO2 Carbon?

•   A Modular Platform for Building Middleware
     –   Consistent SOA architecture
     –   Identit...
Don’t Take Our Word for It!

  "The value of the WSO2 Carbon platform, is that it
  taps into the growing developer frustr...
Self-Consistent & Lean
Interoperable
Flexible & Agile




Supports Enterprise SOA Adoption – Organically and Effectively
Use the Right Technology in the Right ...
WSO2 SOA Platform




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WSO2 Middleware Products




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   WSO2 Web Services Application Server
             A secure, reliable and transactional runtime for creating, consumin...
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   WSO2 Web Services Framework
            Tool for creating and consuming services in all major languages,
            ...
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   WSO2 Web Services Framework for C++
            Standards compliant, enterprise grade C++ library for providing and
 ...
   WSO2 Data Services
            Tool for exposing data as services and/or Web resources
            Empower DBAs to c...
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   WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus
            Enables loosely coupled service interactions
            Manage, route and t...
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   WSO2 Mashup Server
            Tool for creating services by quickly mashing up existing services,
             resou...
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   WSO2 Business Process Server
            Tool for deploying, executing and managing business processes
            A...
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   WSO2 Governance Registry
            Lightweight registry and repository for service metadata and all SOA
           ...
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   WSO2 Identity Server
              An open source Identity and Entitlement management server
              A single ...
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   WSO2 Gadget Server
              An Enterprise Portal built for SOA and Web scenarios
              Based on the Goo...
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   WSO2 Business Activity Monitor
              Monitor both technical SOA and business SOA
              Visualization...
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Carbon : Tooling




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Carbon-3.0.0 “Iridium”
        Released Schedule
              Alpha on QA
              Beta – Apr -2010
            ...
New Products coming in 2010
        WSO2 Event Server
              Pub-sub event broker
              Complex Event Pr...
WSO2 Cloud Services




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Launched in November 2009




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SOA & Cloud Computing




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WSO2 Cloud Computing
        Cloud Virtual Machines
              VMs of all products for EC2, VMWare, KVM

        Clo...
   Virtual machines of all WSO2 products

        Supporting both public and private clouds
              Amazon EC2
  ...
   Running applications and middleware in the cloud does not
         mean the enterprise goes away!

        “Calling h...
WSO2 Cloud Services Gateway




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Decouple QOS from backend services and plugs them to
     a layer that can process messages under high throughput.

     P...
   Hosted, multi-tenant versions of all WSO2 products

        Free to use for starter usage and then pay-per-use




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   Data management
              Provided by Governance Registry

        Identity / security management
             ...
WSO2 Private Cloud Solution
        WSO2 Ozone
              Self-service portal for creating virtual machines on a hard...
Summary of WSO2 cloud offerings




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Middleware Platform Extends
WSO2 in Action




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Customers




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Solutions : ESB with Service Hosting




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Solutions : Extended Cluster




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Solutions: Enterprise Portal




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Solutions : External Services Gateway




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Engagement Model

   Quick Start
       Combination of consulting, training and POC development in one week by
        W...
Summary : True Platform Performance




  Solo, Duet, Quartet, Quintet or the full Orchestra:
 WSO2 Middleware Products ar...
Summary: Drivers Start Your Engines!
Summary: WSO2's Unified Theory of Middleware




  Best built-for-purpose enterprise middleware platform for
             ...
More Info

        Corporate website: http://wso2.com


        Developer portal: http://wso2.org


        Business de...
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  1. 1. WSO2’s Unified Theory of Middleware April 2010 Asanka Abeysinghe, Architect, WSO2 Inc.
  2. 2. Asanka Abeysinghe – Lead Solutions Architect  10+ years industry experience working on projects ranging from desktop, web applications through to high scalable distributed systems and service-oriented architectures.  Areas of specialization include application architecture and development using Java technologies, C/C++ on Linux and Windows platforms.  Committer of the Apache Software Foundation.  Head of WSO2's Solutions Architect Team.
  3. 3. WSO2  Founded in 2005 by acknowledged leaders in XML, Web Services Technologies & Standards and Open Source  Producing entire middleware platform 100% open source under Apache license  Business model is to sell comprehensive support & maintenance for our products  Venture funded by Intel Capital  Global corporation with offices in USA, UK & Sri Lanka  80+ employees and growing
  4. 4. Enterprise Architecture Evolution
  5. 5. SOA – Enterprise Expectations 5
  6. 6. Middleware 6
  7. 7. Middleware Platforms : Market 7
  8. 8. WSO2 Evolution Strategy – Reinvent Middleware! Design Objectives for WSO2 Middleware:  Self-consistent and lean  Internal interoperability  External interoperability  Infinitely flexible and agile for rapid solution architecture adoption  Open standards and Open Source  A complete middleware platform from data to screen
  9. 9. OSGi – Dynamic Module System for Java  Defines a way to create true modules and a way for those modules to interact at runtime  Modules (Bundles) in OSGi can be installed, updated and uninstalled without restarting the JVM  WSO2 Carbon is the first and only OSGi-based comprehensive middleware platform 9
  10. 10. The Solution: WSO2 Carbon
  11. 11. The Solution: WSO2 Carbon
  12. 12. The Solution: WSO2 Carbon
  13. 13. What is WSO2 Carbon? • A Modular Platform for Building Middleware – Consistent SOA architecture – Identity and security management – Infrastructure management: scaling, monitoring, load-balancing – Metadata management: registry and repository – p2 deployment and provisioning technology • A Modular Platform for Building Enterprise Applications – ESB, Data Services, Governance, Service Hosting – Federated Identity management – Web application hosting (Tomcat) and Portal (Gadgets) – A clear model for extension and deployment • A Multi-tenant Cloud Platform – Complete multi-tenant platform for managing applications across a public or private cloud deployment – “Cloud Native” auto-scaling
  14. 14. Don’t Take Our Word for It! "The value of the WSO2 Carbon platform, is that it taps into the growing developer frustration with bloatware. A modular framework allows my team to configure the runtime with only the components I want for the application I'm building. If I need a hammer, I configure a hammer; if I need a sledgehammer, I configure a sledgehammer.” - Jeffrey S. Hammond, Senior Analyst, Forrester
  15. 15. Self-Consistent & Lean
  16. 16. Interoperable
  17. 17. Flexible & Agile Supports Enterprise SOA Adoption – Organically and Effectively Use the Right Technology in the Right Place e.g. Mediation at the Edges
  18. 18. WSO2 SOA Platform 18
  19. 19. WSO2 Middleware Products 19
  20. 20.  WSO2 Web Services Application Server  A secure, reliable and transactional runtime for creating, consuming and deploying JVM based Web services  Powered by Apache Axis2/Java  Alternative to traditional JEE Application Server  Features  Comprehensive, interoperable WS-* & REST support  Policy guided configuration  Clustering and high availability  Registry integration for centralized management  Lightweight graphical administration / monitoring console  Eclipse plugins for easy development 20
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  22. 22.  WSO2 Web Services Framework  Tool for creating and consuming services in all major languages, including Java, Jython, Javascript, JRuby, Spring, C, C++, PHP, Perl, & Ruby  Powered by Apache Axis2/Java and Axis2/C  Features  Comprehensive WS-* & REST support  Policy guided configuration  Designed for embedding / integration 22
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  24. 24.  WSO2 Web Services Framework for C++  Standards compliant, enterprise grade C++ library for providing and consuming Web services in C++  Extends WSO2 Web Services Framework for C which is based on Apache Axis2/C  Based on Apache Rampart/C, Apache Sandesha2/C and Apache Savan/C  Features  Comprehensive WS-* & REST support  Policy guided configuration  Designed for embedding / integration 24
  25. 25.  WSO2 Data Services  Tool for exposing data as services and/or Web resources  Empower DBAs to create services for managed data consumption  Expose relational databases, CSV files, XLS files or LDAP data  Features  Declarative language for publishing data as services and/or resources  Wizard UI for authoring  Support for full WS-* security, reliability and more  Caching, throttling, high availability  High performance streaming for large data sets  Support for Oracle RefCursors 25
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  27. 27.  WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus  Enables loosely coupled service interactions  Manage, route and transform messages and services  Highly performant, lightweight and extensible  Powered by Apache Synapse  Features  Configured via declarative XML language or graphical console  Highly scalable execution with completely non-blocking behavior  Easily extended in Java or scripting languages  Support for timed/periodic job execution  Support for wide range of protocols and formats including HTTP, JMS, SMTP, FIX, AMQP, EDI and more  Clustering and high availability  Registry integration for centralized management  Lightweight graphical administration / monitoring console  Message relay for high performance message routing 27
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  29. 29.  WSO2 Mashup Server  Tool for creating services by quickly mashing up existing services, resources and data  Mashups implemented in Javascript  Features  Compose services, feeds, Web pages and more using pure Javascript logic  Complete data binding to/from Javascript to XML Schema  Automatic creation of WSDL  Registry integration for centralized management  Lightweight graphical administration / monitoring console 29
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  31. 31.  WSO2 Business Process Server  Tool for deploying, executing and managing business processes  A structured model for Business Process Management based on Open Standards  Integrated with Eclipse BPEL tooling to provide a graphical process management approach  Powered by Apache ODE  Features  Complete support for WS-BPEL 2.0, BPEL4WS 1.1  Complete support for WS-* and REST  Lightweight graphical administration / monitoring console for managing processes and process instances  Full persistent support for long-running processes  Support for Oracle, MySQL, MSSQL and other major databases  Instance recovery support  WS-Security support for calling and exposing services  Clusterable  BPEL process viewer built in 31
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  33. 33.  WSO2 Governance Registry  Lightweight registry and repository for service metadata and all SOA resources  Governance framework for building customer-specific governance features  Features  Enterprise repository for all resources with full versioning and rollback  Supports RESTful AtomPub, WS and Java interfaces  Hierarchical authentication and authorization support  Highly effective governance capabilities including:  Dependency management, Lifecycles and SOA Dashboard  Notification model to inform users or systems of changes  Highly extensible and customizable  Social features including tagging and rating of all resources  Highly integrated with WSO2 ESB, BPS, and other tools  Can be integrated into 3rd party tools 33
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  35. 35.  WSO2 Identity Server  An open source Identity and Entitlement management server  A single open standards approach to managing identity and authorization  Removes the requirement for individual servers to store passwords or have direct access to LDAP  Features  Support for user centric identity management with Information Cards and OpenID  Fine grained authorization with XACML  Single sign-on support with SAML 2.0  Claim based Security Token Service  Extension points for claim management  Pluggable user store support – including ActiveDirectory, LDAP or custom  Supports multi-factor authentication for enhanced security  OAuth support will be added Q1 2010 35
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  37. 37.  WSO2 Gadget Server  An Enterprise Portal built for SOA and Web scenarios  Based on the Google Gadget specification  Hundreds of available gadgets (portlets)  Simple programming model based on HTML, JavaScript and CSS  Powered by Apache Shindig  Features  Enterprise Gadget Repository  OpenID, InfoCard login support  Fits with existing LDAP, ActiveDirectory servers as well as WSO2 Identity Server  Clusterable, scalable, manageable  Fully personalized with each user having a customizable set of tabs, each with gadgets 37
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  39. 39.  WSO2 Business Activity Monitor  Monitor both technical SOA and business SOA  Visualization – a picture is worth a thousand words!  Analytics – identify patterns and trends  Extensible to support other systems by leveraging event-driven model  KPI monitoring – act when deviating from normal levels  Features  Five main dashboards providing data and analytics  Highly extensible using Gadget model  Monitor Anything - can be integrated with third-party systems using published standard APIs  Reports in PDF and Excel formats  WSO2 Carbon base gives a secure, clusterable, manageable foundation 39
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  41. 41. Carbon : Tooling 41
  42. 42. Carbon-3.0.0 “Iridium”  Released Schedule  Alpha on QA  Beta – Apr -2010  GA - Apr-2010  New Features  Carbon: P2 based provisioning (install, list, uninstall, patch management)  Carbon: Component management UI  Carbon: Application Concept  Carbon: Discovery  Carbon: Scaling  ESB: Message Relay (part of 2.1.3)  ESB: Priority Queue  BPS: Human tasks  G-Reg: Registry separation and JDBC Registry  G-Reg: New tree view for the resource browser Next major release will be Sep/Oct-2010 time frame (GA) 42
  43. 43. New Products coming in 2010  WSO2 Event Server  Pub-sub event broker  Complex Event Processing  WSO2 Business Rules Server  Rule services  Rules as agents  WSO2 Repository  Enterprise content repository  WSO2 Carbon Studio  Tooling for Carbon framework 43
  44. 44. WSO2 Cloud Services 44
  45. 45. Launched in November 2009 45
  46. 46. SOA & Cloud Computing 46
  47. 47. WSO2 Cloud Computing  Cloud Virtual Machines  VMs of all products for EC2, VMWare, KVM  Cloud Connectors  Products to bridge cloud VMs to legacy enterprise  Cloud Services  Hosted offerings of all WSO2 products as SaaS and PaaS  Cloud Middleware  Platform for building cloud applications, including a private cloud solution 47
  48. 48.  Virtual machines of all WSO2 products  Supporting both public and private clouds  Amazon EC2  VMWare ESX  KVM  Free to use/download  Buy support as with products  Advantages  Easy of deployment  Zero configuration  Pay-as-you-go  Auto scaling as load increases 48
  49. 49.  Running applications and middleware in the cloud does not mean the enterprise goes away!  “Calling home”  Products that help bridge between cloud applications and enterprise middleware  Cloud Services Gateway  Services Accelerator 49
  50. 50. WSO2 Cloud Services Gateway 50
  51. 51. Decouple QOS from backend services and plugs them to a layer that can process messages under high throughput. Powered by 51
  52. 52.  Hosted, multi-tenant versions of all WSO2 products  Free to use for starter usage and then pay-per-use 52
  53. 53.  Data management  Provided by Governance Registry  Identity / security management  Provided by Identity Server  Service hosting, mediation and management  Provided by core Carbon framework  User interfaces & portals  Provided by Gadget server  Billing and metering  Management and monitoring  Provided by BAM 53
  54. 54. WSO2 Private Cloud Solution  WSO2 Ozone  Self-service portal for creating virtual machines on a hardware cluster  Uses Xen  Powered by WSO2 Gadget Server, WSO2 Identity Server  Pre-installed with images of all WSO2 products  Pre-installed images of standard OS/AppServer/Database combinations  Recommended initially for dev/test environments  Great way to support QA automation environments  Advantages  Major cost savings compared to using Amazon EC2 type public clouds  Improve utilization of already available hardware resources  Turn-key solution from WSO2 54
  55. 55. Summary of WSO2 cloud offerings 55
  56. 56. Middleware Platform Extends
  57. 57. WSO2 in Action 57
  58. 58. Customers 58
  59. 59. Solutions : ESB with Service Hosting 59
  60. 60. Solutions : Extended Cluster 60
  61. 61. Solutions: Enterprise Portal 61
  62. 62. Solutions : External Services Gateway 62
  63. 63. Engagement Model  Quick Start  Combination of consulting, training and POC development in one week by WSO2 on-site team working hand-in-hand with your team  Development Support  On-going support for your engineering teams  Production Support  Full 24x7x365 enterprise support  Regular service packs and updates to keep your system secure and robust
  64. 64. Summary : True Platform Performance Solo, Duet, Quartet, Quintet or the full Orchestra: WSO2 Middleware Products are Class-leading in any Combination!
  65. 65. Summary: Drivers Start Your Engines!
  66. 66. Summary: WSO2's Unified Theory of Middleware Best built-for-purpose enterprise middleware platform for SOA Only vendor offering a complete platform designed from the ground up!
  67. 67. More Info  Corporate website: http://wso2.com  Developer portal: http://wso2.org  Business development team: bizdev@wso2.com  asankaa@wso2.com  http://blog.asanka.org/ 67
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