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    • Integrating Open Source Solutions to a Scalable Enterprise Stack MFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien
    • Agenda1. Aims and structure of the network2. Use Cases3. Best Practice Example City of Schwäbisch Hall MFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 3
    • 1. Aims and structure of the network MFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 4
    • Aims of the project Providing a project framework for integration of existing Open Source modules Enable isolated Open Source companies to become member of a new ecosystem Lisog stack is providing already many (unintegrated) modules on all levels:  Infrastructure (RedHat, Univention)  Storage (Archive, Backup, Storage)  Middleware (Databases, Application Server, ESBs)  Applications (DMS, ERP, Project Management) Milestones for OSII:  Definition of several „real world“ user integration scenarios  Enable all existing modules to become SOA-ready though APIs  Implementation of the integrated scenarios bases on an ESB  Definition of new business models based on an integrated stack  Cloud enabling of the integated stack OSII gets funding from the Germany Ministery of Economics MFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 5
    • Structure of the OSII NetworkMFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 8
    • Open Source Integration Maturity Model Mid-term Long-term Status Quo Objective objective https://www.opengroup.org/projects/osimm/uploads/40/17990 The Open Group: Technical Standard 2001 /OSIMM_v0.3a.pdfMFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 9
    • 2. Use CasesMFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 10
    • Use Case Public Sector E-Government Portal Clerk Portal: QuinscapeGroupware Project management Exchange of Possible Add-ons: Business documents -Chat Zarafa Intelligence projectile -Survey (Publication of agorum -Discussion forum information) innova Operating System Univention Corporate Server Identity and Access Management Tarent / OSIAM Citizen Citizen MFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 11
    • Scenario Crisis management Food monitoring Citizens Logistic companies Food manufacturers Information InformationExchange of classic databased information & DMS / agorumExchange of document based applications Archive / GRAU DATA Portal Quinscape Data Platform Sopera Municipal Regional Federal administration administration administration offices offices offices Measures Measures Closing measures for farms Tracking of supply chains MFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 12
    • Scenario Aplication of standard enterprise applications: Customer complaint management (responsible: Oliver Schulze) Client complaint via Incoming User B can handle reclamation with Mail Assignment via Automatic Groupware Drag and Drop DMS transmission Groupware the groupware application Email Client User A Kundenakte Email Client User B Zarafa agorum (responsible for complaint)Demand onstatus quo of Zarafareclamationprocess Send for each step events to the ESB GraphDB records all information, that were sent as event. So with Quinscape the relations between those events can be visualized. So every Correspondence and all its relation and each step can be visualized Transmission of status quo Enterprise Service Bus GraphDB Portal publishing information on status quo of complaint management Quinscape MFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 13
    • Scenario Infrastructure as a ServiceMFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 14
    • Scenario Infrastructure as a Service Tenant A / Cloud X Tenant B / Cloud Y Groupware Groupware DMS DMS ESB ESB UCS UCS Data Config Data Config Master ESB Accounting BillingMFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 15
    • Scenario Service company Employee Service company Manages project webbased Portal Document- management agorum Web-based Project- Project- documentation management, ERP: documentation General -CRM documents, Emails Long term archiving -Collaboration Project- GRAU DATA -Calendar -Time recording Groupware -Project planning and Exchange of contacts, dates, Zarafa controllling tasks, Emails - Accounting projectileMFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 16
    • Scenario ERP as a Service User Uses Services Enterprise Service Bus General Exchange of contacts, dates, etc documents, Emails Document Groupware ERP:Cloud Application management Zarafa -CRM agorum -Inventory management -Financial accounting -Time recording -Production scheduling -Controlling -Accounting HeliumV MFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 17
    • 3. Best Practice Example City of Schwäbisch HallMFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 18
    • Contact Dr. Jürgen Jähnert Technical Director jaehnert@mfg.de 0711/90715-363 Dr. Sami Rabieh Network Manager OSII rabieh@mfg.de 0711/90715-371 Alexandra Rudl Network Manager OSII rudl@mfg.de 0711/90715-365MFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 20
    • www.osi-initiative.comMFG - Mehr Innovation mit IT und Medien © 12.05.2011, MFG Baden-Württemberg | 21