The Five Key Elements of Enterprise Services Architecture Eric Wei SAP Platinum Consultant Coworker - NJ Computer Professi...
Time for Change: IT is Entering its Third Market Area <ul><ul><li>Enterprise services architecture is more than  Web servi...
Enterprise Services Architecture Business Value Drives Service Enablement Business Value Generation Level of Service Enabl...
ARCHITECTURE FOR CHANGE The 5 Key Elements of Enterprise Services Architecture
Five   Key   Elements   of   Enterprise   Services   Architecture ANALYTICS/REPORTING Bus. Partner Legacy PEOPLE PRODUCTIV...
First Key Element of Enterprise Services Architecture: Service Enablement Bus. Partner Legacy SAP NetWeaver Business Objec...
Situation Today: Multiple Application  Databases & Proprietary APIs Build  composite applica- tions Build connectors to sy...
What Is Needed: A Services-Enabled  Business Process Platform User Interfaces  SAP NetWeaver Composite Applications Busine...
Second Key Element of Enterprise Services Architecture: People Productivity PEOPLE PRODUCTIVITY SAP NetWeaver
Situation Today: People Work as Human Integrators Purchaser Production Planner Accountant ERP (Supplier) CRM (Supplier) SR...
An Example of a Portal Workcenter
Third Key Element of Enterprise Services Architecture: Analytics/Reporting ANALYTICS/REPORTING SAP NetWeaver
Situation Today: Inside Information Only for Specialists Sales Representatives ERP (Supplier) CRM (Supplier) SRM (internal...
What Is Needed: Embedded Analytics Analytics/Reporting SAP NetWeaver Business Objects, Components, and Engines Seamless in...
 
Enterprise Services Architecture Information Integration - Examples Last data refresh:  26.05.2004  17:26:24  from user:  ...
Fourth Key Element of Enterprise Services Architecture: Service Composition SERVICE COMPOSITION SAP NetWeaver
Situation Today: Coded One-to-One Process Integration Transaction CRM (Supplier) ERP (internal) CRM (internal) SRM (Buyer)...
What Is Needed: A Common Application Life-Cycle Management User Interfaces  SAP NetWeaver Composite Applications Business ...
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    1. 1. The Five Key Elements of Enterprise Services Architecture Eric Wei SAP Platinum Consultant Coworker - NJ Computer Professionals Society
    2. 2. Time for Change: IT is Entering its Third Market Area <ul><ul><li>Enterprise services architecture is more than Web services </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>An enterprise services platform for business process innovation emerges </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>A huge ecosystem develops around it </li></ul></ul>Main- frame Enterprise Services Architecture Three-Tier Client/ Server
    3. 3. Enterprise Services Architecture Business Value Drives Service Enablement Business Value Generation Level of Service Enablement 40% 20% 2004 2005 2006 40% 80% Process Efficiency (B2B) User Productivity Deployment Flexibility 75%
    4. 4. ARCHITECTURE FOR CHANGE The 5 Key Elements of Enterprise Services Architecture
    5. 5. Five Key Elements of Enterprise Services Architecture ANALYTICS/REPORTING Bus. Partner Legacy PEOPLE PRODUCTIVITY SAP NetWeaver SERVICE COMPOSITION Business Objects, Components, and Engines Partner Services SERVICE ENABLEMENT LIFE-CYCLE MGMT SAP’s Enterprise Services Enterprise Services Repository
    6. 6. First Key Element of Enterprise Services Architecture: Service Enablement Bus. Partner Legacy SAP NetWeaver Business Objects, Components, and Engines Partner Services SERVICE ENABLEMENT SAP’s Enterprise Services Enterprise Services Repository
    7. 7. Situation Today: Multiple Application Databases & Proprietary APIs Build composite applica- tions Build connectors to systems Build connectors from systems Change processes ? ? ? ? Database integration + proprietary techniques for cross-DB integration ERP (Supplier) CRM (Supplier) SRM (internal) ERP (internal) CRM (internal) SRM (Buyer)
    8. 8. What Is Needed: A Services-Enabled Business Process Platform User Interfaces SAP NetWeaver Composite Applications Business Objects, Components, and Engines <ul><li>Openness </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Transparent unlimited access </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Unified cross-system Integration Model </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Extensibility of services </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Standardization of services </li></ul></ul>Common Enterprise Services Architecture Service Patterns for All Platform Objects Common Enterprise Services Architecture Services Repository with Business Content
    9. 9. Second Key Element of Enterprise Services Architecture: People Productivity PEOPLE PRODUCTIVITY SAP NetWeaver
    10. 10. Situation Today: People Work as Human Integrators Purchaser Production Planner Accountant ERP (Supplier) CRM (Supplier) SRM (internal) ERP (internal) CRM (internal) SRM (Buyer) People as “Human Integrators” “ Hard-Wired” Enterprise Applications
    11. 11. An Example of a Portal Workcenter
    12. 12. Third Key Element of Enterprise Services Architecture: Analytics/Reporting ANALYTICS/REPORTING SAP NetWeaver
    13. 13. Situation Today: Inside Information Only for Specialists Sales Representatives ERP (Supplier) CRM (Supplier) SRM (internal) ERP (internal) CRM (internal) SRM (Buyer) Transactional Users Hidden Process Integration Marketing Specialist Data Analysts Information Flow Broken
    14. 14. What Is Needed: Embedded Analytics Analytics/Reporting SAP NetWeaver Business Objects, Components, and Engines Seamless integration of transactional and analytical content Unified modeling environment for business users and developers High performance use of BI <ul><li>Business Intelligence for People Empowerment </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Information first approach </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Push principle </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Speed and flexibility </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>On-the-fly analytical insight </li></ul></ul>People Productivity Service Composition
    15. 16. Enterprise Services Architecture Information Integration - Examples Last data refresh: 26.05.2004 17:26:24 from user: PZENCKE
    16. 17. Fourth Key Element of Enterprise Services Architecture: Service Composition SERVICE COMPOSITION SAP NetWeaver
    17. 18. Situation Today: Coded One-to-One Process Integration Transaction CRM (Supplier) ERP (internal) CRM (internal) SRM (Buyer) Transactions Within Application Silos Rigid Processes, One-to-One Integrated by Coding Transaction Transaction Transaction Transaction SRM (internal)
    18. 19. What Is Needed: A Common Application Life-Cycle Management User Interfaces SAP NetWeaver Composite Applications Business Objects, Components, and Engines <ul><li>Lower TCO </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Deployment management </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Cross-solution configuration management </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Operations and support services </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Cross-system application change management </li></ul></ul>LIFE-CYCLE MGMT Common change management always on – never seen Solution landscape management

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