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    • Damia: Data Mashups for Intranet Applications SIGMOD '08: Proceedings of the 2008 ACM SIGMOD international conference on Management of data David E. Simmen, Mehmet Altinel, Volker Markl, Sriram Padmanabhan, Ashutosh Singh 2008.12.09 資工碩一 975202029 林衍伶 /26
    • Outline
      • Introduction
      • Related Work
      • DAMIA Feed Server
      • DAMIA Integration Engine
      • Usage Scenarios
      • Future Work
      • Conclusion
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    • Introduction – Two Important Trends
      • The first trend
        • Happening inside the enterprise where there is an increasing demand by enterprise business leaders to be able to exploit information residing outside traditional IT silos in efforts to react to situational business needs.
        • For example, a prudent bank manager...
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    • Introduction – Two Important Trends(con.)
      • The second trend
        • Happening outside the enterprise where the Web has evolved from primarily a publication platform to a participatory platform, spurred by Web 2.0 paradigms and technologies that are fueling an explosion in collaboration, communities, and the creation of user-generated content.
        • Standard data interchange format
            • XML and JSON
        • Lightweight access protocol
            • REST
        • Syndication format
            • RSS and ATOM
        • Web oriented programming technology
            • AJAX, PHP and Ruby on Rails
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    • Introduction(con.)
      • The Damia data mashup platform
        • Enables secure access to data from a variety of desktop, departmental and web sources both inside and outside the corporate firewall.
        • Provides the capability to filter, standardize, join, aggregate, and otherwise augment the structured and unstructured data retrieved from those sources.
        • Allows for the delivery of the transformed data to AJAX, or other types of web applications on demand.
        • Expose these capabilities via lightweight programmatic and administrative APIs that allows users with minimal programming expertise to complete integrations tasks.
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    • Related Work
      • Traditional enterprise integration architectures are not designed to satisfy the integration requirements of enterprise mashups.
        • Designed primarily to handle a large amount of structured data made available by a small set of familiar and fairly static enterprise sources.
        • Typically require the services of a highly knowledgeable information architect capable of defining complex schema mappings, views, or ETL flows.
      • Conversely, an enterprise mashup platform is comprised of a large and dynamically changing set of data sources.
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    • Related Work (con.)
      • Damia is designed for a large and changing number of data sources that make available both structured and unstructured information, and to enable less skilled users to complete complex integration tasks.
      • Damia uses a data flow model to represent a mashup, leaving the control flow aspects to the application.
      • In contrast, these projects do not focuse squarely on the data aspects of the problem.
        • Google Mashup Editor and Microsoft PopFly
        • Mash-O-matic
        • Intel's MashMaker
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    • Related Work (con.)
      • Yahoo Pipes
        • The only other service provides a data flow oriented platform.
      • Damia goes beyond Yahoo Pipes in several ways:
        • Has a principled lower level data model for manipulating XML data and a more general feed manipulation model for composing data mashups.
        • Targeting enterprise business users.
        • Has to deal with enterprise sources and data types.
        • A major concern of Damia – Security
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    • DAMIA FEED SERVER /26
    • DAMIA FEED SERVER (con.)
      • Integration Engine
        • A flow is presented to the integration engine in the form of an XML document that depicts its flow representation in a serialized format.
        • A compiled data mashup has an associated URL; hence, the result of data mashup can be retrieved via a simple REST call.
      • Directory Services
        • Provides capabilities to search, tag, rate, execute, and otherwise manage these information assets.
        • Provides a Web 2.0 style framework for community-oriented information management.
        • Uses the storage services component to store assets and metadata.
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    • DAMIA FEED SERVER (con.)
      • Storage Services
        • Handles the storage and retrieval of data and metadata needed by other Damia components.
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    • DAMIA FEED SERVER (con.)
      • Client Interface
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    • DAMIA FEED SERVER (con.)
      • Implementation
        • Damia feed server was implemented with a LAMP stack.
          • LAMP: Linux, Apache, MySQL, Perl or Python
        • Client interface is an AJAX application implemented using Dojo toolkit.
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    • DAMIA INTEGRATION ENGINE /26
    • DAMIA INTEGRATION ENGINE -Data Model
      • Augmentation-level Data Model
        • ADM is comprised of nodes, atomic values, items, sequences, and tuples.
        • Augmentation operators are closed under ADM.
          • One class of operators works at the sequence level, extending tuples with new sequences derived from other sequences.
          • Another class of operator works at the tuple level.
          • Augmentation Flow
      /26
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    • DAMIA INTEGRATION ENGINE -Data Model
      • Feed-oriented Data Model
        • FDM is comprised of containers, payloads, feeds, and tuples.
        • The mapping of RSS and ATOM formatted XML documents to this model is straightforward, and handled automatically by Damia.
        • Feed manipulation operators are closed under the feed-oriented data model.
        • A data mashup is represented as a data flow graph of feed manipulation operators.
          • Nodes in the graph represent operators.
          • Edges represent the flow of feeds between operators.
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    • DAMIA INTEGRATION ENGINE - Feed Manipulation Operators
      • Import-Feed
      • Filter-Feed
      • Merge-Feeds
      • Augment-Feed
      • Transform-Feed
      • Group-Feed
      • Sort-Feed
      • Union-Feed
      • Publish-Feed
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    • DAMIA INTEGRATION ENGINE - Flow Compiler
      • Responsible for mapping a data mashup
      • comprised of feed manipulation operators into an augmentation flow.
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    • DAMIA INTEGRATION ENGINE - Integration Engine Interfaces
      • All interfaces to the integration engine are made available via a REST protocol.
      • Supports client interfaces for compiling a data mashup, previewing the results of a partially built data mashup, and for executing a compiled data mashup.
      • Supports administrative interfaces that provide metrics on data mashup execution, server diagnostics, and so on.
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    • Usage Scenarios - Customer Service Application
      • Cassie is a customer service representative. Bob has been billed twice on a purchase of an appliance item.
      • Damia
          • Create a REST service from GNR.
          • Create a Damia data mashup.
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    • Usage Scenarios (con.) - Customer Service Application /26
    • Usage Scenarios - Real Time Situational Monitoring
      • A hurricane is bearing down on a region and an insurance agent is assessing the potential claim damage exposure from this hurricane.
      /26
    • Usage Scenarios (con.) - Real Time Situational Monitoring /26
    • Future Work
      • Data Standardization
        • Seeking to exploit text annotation services, master data management tech nology.
      • Continuous Data Mashups
        • Have recently added support for streams, windows, continuous data mashups, and subscribers to Damia.
      • Data Ingestion
        • Involves making the scraper self-repairing in response to changes in web page format.
      • Search
      • Data Quality
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    • Conclusion
      • There is a significant market opportunity for technology that can help business leaders exploit information from desktops, the web, and other non-traditional enterprise sources, in order to react to situational business needs.
      • The Damia data integration technology is currently available for download on IBM alphaWorks via Mashup Hub.
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