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Digital Reference Architecture
- a focus on middleware “the killer app”
Ram Kanumuri
Technology Strategist and Advisor
Digitization is
business operations as never before
We are a Born Digital IT services company helping
enterprises harness ...
Digital
Transformation
Harness the power of
digital technologies
and data to create
competitive advantage
Digital Connecte...
2
2
FOUNDATION FOOT PRINT CLIENTELE CORE STRENGTH OWNERSHIP TEAM SIZE
Reston, VA
Princeton, NJ
Delhi
Hyderabad
Guwahati
Lu...
Digital Connected Enterprise Solutions and Capabilities
Technology Expertise and Adoption
1
Certifications. Alliances. Recognition.
The Gilded Armory
2
3
World HQ in Hyderabad, India
 120,000 sq. ft. office space across India
 Global locations – USA, UK, Ireland
 On-si...
• What is Digital Transformation?
• What should a Digital Reference Architecture encompass?
• Enterprise ITPM in a Digital...
What is Digital Transformation?
 Enhancing the digital customer and end-user experience to improve loyalty, revenues,
pro...
What is Digital Transformation?
 Establish New age Digital Commerce and Marketing enhancing DCX
 Change Business and IT ...
 Redefine IT Portfolio Management for the Digital Drift
 Establish Organizational and Cultural Change for Digital Innova...
Redefine and Classify your IT Portfolio for Digital Drift
Systems of Insight
Systems of Record
Hybrid
Integration
Mobile
A...
Bi-Modal IT needs an Organizational and Cultural Change
Bi-Modal IT will allow you to focus your Innovation Forces
Digital Systems reach a speed of Innovation
DevOps will bring about the necessary speed
Continuous
Customer Feedback &
Opt...
There are multiple challenges with Multi-speed IT
Core Enterprise –
Steady Speed
Systems of RecordSystems of Insight
Digit...
EAI/ESBs go beyond Integration – Trending Disrupters
 Digital Transformation through disruption
 Cloud and iPaaS Enablem...
Messaging
Routing
Federation
Availability
Scalability
Extensibility Topology
Monitoring
Registry
Repository
BPM
BAM
Mappin...
Messaging
Routing
Federation
In Memory
Scalability
Extensibility
Data Science
Monitoring
Registry
Micro-Services
BPM
Real-...
Organizational Maturity
 SIMM Level 1 – Silos
 No Strategy In Place
 No Integration Platform in use
 Most interfaces a...
 SIMM Level 2 - Integrated
 No EI Strategy In Place
 Mixed Use of Integration Platform in specific domains like B2B
or ...
 SIMM Level 3 - Componentized
 No Strategy In Place
 Enterprise Class ESB in place
 Meets Enterprise Integration needs...
 SIMM Level 4 – Services
 Strategy In Place
 Enterprise Class ESB in place
 Reference Architecture in place
 Re-use a...
 SIMM Level 5 – Composite Services and APIs
 All qualities of Level 4 +
 Future Growth and Digital Business Transformat...
Silo Services
Composite
Services
Virtualized
Services
Dynamically
Re-Configurable
ServicesComponentizedIntegrated
Level 1 ...
Why Establish Reference Architecture
 A well defined Reference Architecture forms a strong foundation for
adoption of the...
Important artifacts of Reference Architecture
 Digital Reference Architecture guideline (for Analysts, PMs and EA)
 A hi...
Important artifacts of Reference Architecture
 Strategy and Implementation Roadmap
 A strategic path to reach higher mat...
How to establish Reference Architecture
Key roles required to establish Reference Architecture
 Business Executive Sponsor
 IT Executive Sponsor
 Enterprise Ar...
Define Requirements
1 Deliverable high level ESB requirements document categorized based on service
pattern and business u...
Requirements
for each
scenario
Define
Business
Scenarios
Customer View
Business View
Define IT
Scenarios
IT View
Deliverab...
STEP II: Analyze existing and perform gap analysis
Analyze Existing
Tools & Integration
Methodology
Define
Components that...
STEP III: Assess IT Assets, Skills, Organizational Strategy & Governance
Procedures
Assess Existing
technology toolset & t...
STEP IV: Product/Tools Evaluation & Recommendation
Evaluation Scope &
Architectural Premise
alignment
Formulate Product
Co...
STEP V: Define Implementation Strategy & Roadmap
Define Enterprise ESB
Reference Architecture
Define ESB Deployment
Archit...
Considerations for detailed Reference Architecture
API Strategy and Micro Services Reference Architecture
 Establish Enterprise API Strategy
 API Design and Integration
 ...
Analysis
Adoption
Development
Upgrade &
Migration
Infrastructure
Support
Readiness
Assessment
Strategy &
Process
Inventory...
Assess
Conduct BPM
Readiness
Assessment
Scope
Facilitate Scoping
Session
Document Problems
with Current State
Define Proce...
Our Advantage
 Kellton Tech’s Reference Architecture involving API / SOA / BPM strategies is proven and
refined by multip...
TALK TO US
Media Queries : media@kelltontech.com General Queries : info@kelltontech.com
US: +1-844-469-8900
UK:+44-(0)-20-...
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Understand the importance of having the Integration Strategy, Roadmap and Architecture that will drive and meet the Enterprise Digital Transformation goals and objectives.

The STATT (Strategic Technical Application Techniques and Tactics) methodology from Kellton Tech helps your organization to successfully lay down a Digital Reference Architecture that addresses

Digital Transformation Strategy and Roadmap
High-Speed IT of Digital Systems through DevOps
Multi-Speed IT Integration and Connectivity Architecture through CI/CD
Bi-Modal IT Considerations for Digital Innovation
Digital Reference Architecture Process, Methodology and Outcomes
Digital IT Trends - API based Connectivity, Structured and Unstructured Big Data Analytics, Micro-services and more

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Digital Reference Architecture- A FOCUS ON MIDDLEWARE “THE KILLER APP”

  1. 1. Digital Reference Architecture - a focus on middleware “the killer app” Ram Kanumuri Technology Strategist and Advisor
  2. 2. Digitization is business operations as never before We are a Born Digital IT services company helping enterprises harness the power of Digital Disruption within their highly challenging digital initiatives with unmatched speed and agility.
  3. 3. Digital Transformation Harness the power of digital technologies and data to create competitive advantage Digital Connected Enterprise Connecting the dots in your digital systems of engagement, insight, records and core IT Enterprise Solutions Delivering end-to- end SAP solutions as a certified SAP Gold partner Professional Services Promoting strategic agility with cutting- edge technology consulting and professional services Outsourced Product Development Ensuring high quality and high performance product development via agile SDLC model WHAT WE DO
  4. 4. 2 2 FOUNDATION FOOT PRINT CLIENTELE CORE STRENGTH OWNERSHIP TEAM SIZE Reston, VA Princeton, NJ Delhi Hyderabad Guwahati Lucknow Cupertino, CA Chicago, IL Dublin, Ireland Houston, TX London, UK 1993: 24 years young Startups to Fortune 500 People and process (ISO 9001:2008 and CMMi Level 3) Public limited. BSE|NSE : KELLTONTEC 1200+ employees globally USA, Canada, Ireland , UK & India KEY FACTS
  5. 5. Digital Connected Enterprise Solutions and Capabilities
  6. 6. Technology Expertise and Adoption
  7. 7. 1 Certifications. Alliances. Recognition. The Gilded Armory
  8. 8. 2 3 World HQ in Hyderabad, India  120,000 sq. ft. office space across India  Global locations – USA, UK, Ireland  On-site training for up to 300+ people at a time  Dedicated space for application development, QA & training Dedicated Mobility & IoT Labs Near shore Delivery Center in Dublin, Ireland Global offshore Delivery Centers in Gurgaon & Hyderabad, India  State-of-the-art center development centers  Communication Infrastructure: Four dedicated leased line supported by a backup broadband, wireless and IPLC link. Video conferencing, 24 x 7 VOIP.  Dedicated servers for application development, testing, hosting and client presentations. Internal mail exchange server & Virtualized environment with HA&DRS enabled  40 – 60% cost savings, depending on the engagement Offshore Capabilities
  9. 9. • What is Digital Transformation? • What should a Digital Reference Architecture encompass? • Enterprise ITPM in a Digital Drift • High-Speed IT of Digital Systems through DevOps • Multi-Speed IT from Integration and Connectivity through CI/CD • Bi-Modal IT Considerations for Digital Innovation • Digital Reference Architecture Process, Methodology and Outcomes • Digital IT Trends - API based Connectivity, Structured and Unstructured Big Data Analytics, Micro-services and more What will we talk about today?
  10. 10. What is Digital Transformation?  Enhancing the digital customer and end-user experience to improve loyalty, revenues, productivity and retention  Transforming business processes to reduce costs, improve productivity, integrate supply- chain partners and differentiate offerings  Simplifying service management to reduce complexity, solve issues before they occur, and gain visibility and control over assets  Optimizing infrastructure and operations to improve agility, flexibility and cost-effectiveness  Deriving insights from analytics to make better decisions, improve efficiencies and gain competitive advantage Top Goals and Objectives
  11. 11. What is Digital Transformation?  Establish New age Digital Commerce and Marketing enhancing DCX  Change Business and IT Culture towards Bi-Modal IT that leads to Innovation  Establish Rapid Integration and Connectivity architecture paradigms that allows multi- speed IT  Enable Cloud and SaaS adoption of Core IT for maximum Agility and Nimbleness  Employ Big Data and Analytics Solutions that bring about monetizable insight from Digital touch-points Business Objectives to IT Goals
  12. 12.  Redefine IT Portfolio Management for the Digital Drift  Establish Organizational and Cultural Change for Digital Innovation  Establish High-Speed Digital Systems of Engagement and Differentiation  Elaborates the Architecture for Connectivity and Integration that enables Multi-Speed IT  Blue-print for SaaS adoption, Cloud Enablement and Optimization of Core IT to cater to Digital demands Digital Reference Architecture Accomplishes IT Goals of Digital Transformation
  13. 13. Redefine and Classify your IT Portfolio for Digital Drift Systems of Insight Systems of Record Hybrid Integration Mobile API IoT Systems of Engagement • Personalized • Situational • Adaptive, cognitive • Predictive • Corrective • Event driven • Real time transaction • Secure • At the edge • Contextual • Omni channel Growth OpportunitiesAsset Optimization Fast movers are building Systems Of Engagement to capture growth opportunities
  14. 14. Bi-Modal IT needs an Organizational and Cultural Change Bi-Modal IT will allow you to focus your Innovation Forces
  15. 15. Digital Systems reach a speed of Innovation DevOps will bring about the necessary speed Continuous Customer Feedback & Optimization Collaborative Development Continuous Release and Deployment Continuous Monitoring Continuous Business Planning Continuous Testing Speeding continuous innovation Enabling continuous delivery of innovations Providing feedback for continuous learning
  16. 16. There are multiple challenges with Multi-speed IT Core Enterprise – Steady Speed Systems of RecordSystems of Insight Digital Ecosystem – Fast Speed Systems of Engagement Enterprise API based Connectivity Strategy and Governance API and Services Composition maturity Architecture handling allowing re-usable components that allows bi-modal IT How to throttle and provide controlled access? How to introduce change with new versions? How do I know who is using my service and how much? Cloud On Premises
  17. 17. EAI/ESBs go beyond Integration – Trending Disrupters  Digital Transformation through disruption  Cloud and iPaaS Enablement and Hybrid Integration  Real-time Streaming Analytics and IoT applications  APIs move to the Front-End into HTML5 and Mobile Apps  SOA and API Governance – Design time and Run time  Composite Application Frameworks and Agile Applications  Enterprise Class Containers and Scalable In-Memory Engines  Big Data Analytics and OLTP Analytics  Continuous Integration and Deployment for multi-speed IT
  18. 18. Messaging Routing Federation Availability Scalability Extensibility Topology Monitoring Registry Repository BPM BAM Mapping Transformation Access Control SLA EnforcementUsers and ACLs Roles and Groups Dynamic Provisioning Mediation Asset Life Cycles Policy Meta-model Canonicals Guaranteed Delivery Security KPIs Facts Reprocessing Administration WS-Policy Services Processes Taxonomies Asset Classification Virtualization 18 Established core integration functions we are used to
  19. 19. Messaging Routing Federation In Memory Scalability Extensibility Data Science Monitoring Registry Micro-Services BPM Real-Time Analytics Mapping Transformation Mobile Applications SLA Enforcement Users and ACLs Roles and Groups Dynamic Provisioning Mediation Asset Life Cycles Policy Meta-model Canonicals Continuous Integration and Deployment Security Edge Integration Cloud Enablement Streaming Analytics Administration WS-Policy Services Processes Taxonomies Asset Classification Dev-Ops SaaS OAuth IoT APIsCEP Big Memory MQTT JSON RESTful OLTP Swagger CORS Trending functions to be prepared for
  20. 20. Organizational Maturity  SIMM Level 1 – Silos  No Strategy In Place  No Integration Platform in use  Most interfaces are point-to-point  Implemented in multiple native technologies  Home grown 20
  21. 21.  SIMM Level 2 - Integrated  No EI Strategy In Place  Mixed Use of Integration Platform in specific domains like B2B or FTP  Data Synchronization and simple integration patterns  Does not meet Enterprise needs  Major portion of interfaces are still point-to-point  No Re-use and no ability to reduce TCO 21 Organizational Maturity
  22. 22.  SIMM Level 3 - Componentized  No Strategy In Place  Enterprise Class ESB in place  Meets Enterprise Integration needs  Minimal Governance and Integration Design  No Re-use and ability to reduce TCO  Environments grow to be unsupportable in operations 22 Organizational Maturity
  23. 23.  SIMM Level 4 – Services  Strategy In Place  Enterprise Class ESB in place  Reference Architecture in place  Re-use and proven ability to reduce TCO  Stable and supportable environment, people and process  SOA and API Governance established  Value Add Business Solutions – like Composite Applications, BPM, Real-time Analytics are adopted 23 Organizational Maturity
  24. 24.  SIMM Level 5 – Composite Services and APIs  All qualities of Level 4 +  Future Growth and Digital Business Transformation strategy in place  Hybrid Cloud Reference Architecture in place  High Scalable, Critical, High Throughput, DR Infrastructure in place  100% available, MSHA, with Elastic Cloud Capabilities  Integration is the “Killer App” bridging the gap between low- speed legacy IT and high-speed Digital IT 24 Organizational Maturity
  25. 25. Silo Services Composite Services Virtualized Services Dynamically Re-Configurable ServicesComponentizedIntegrated Level 1 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7Level 3Level 2 Applications Methods Organization Infrastructure Architecture Business View Modules Services Process Integration via Services Dynamic Application Assembly ComponentsObjects Structured Analysis & Design Service Oriented Modeling Service Oriented Modeling Grammar Oriented Modeling Component Based Development Object Oriented Modeling Ad hoc IT Governance Emerging SOA Governance SOA and IT Governance Alignment SOA and IT Governance Alignment Ad hoc IT GovernanceAd hoc IT Governance SOA and IT Governance Alignment Service Oriented Modeling Process Integration via Services Platform Specific Platform Specific Platform Neutral Dynamic Sense & Respond Platform Specific Platform Specific Monolithic Architecture Emerging SOA Grid Enabled SOA Dynamically Re- Configurable Architecture Component Architecture Layered Architecture SOA Platform Specific Function Oriented Service Oriented Service Oriented Service Oriented Function Oriented Function Oriented Service Oriented The Open Group - Service Integration Maturity Model (OSIMM)
  26. 26. Why Establish Reference Architecture  A well defined Reference Architecture forms a strong foundation for adoption of the chosen Architecture paradigm – Micro-Services/API, SOA, BPM, Cloud  Integration problems can be solved in several different ways. It is important to solve them using established patterns, providing for better re-use, scalability, performance and supportability  Digital Reference Architecture is to Integration as Design is to Application Development 26
  27. 27. Important artifacts of Reference Architecture  Digital Reference Architecture guideline (for Analysts, PMs and EA)  A high level reference document that provides an overview of the ESB domain in aspects of Design, Build and Run  Deployment Architecture guideline (for Integration Architects, Infrastructure Architects)  A detailed document that establishes the Physical and Logical Architecture of various ESB software components like processing, messaging, orchestration, gateways, mediation, governance etc. with High- Availability, Scalability, Federation etc.  ESB Software Architecture guideline (for Development and Implementation team)  A detailed document that establishes the Integration Patterns, Design Patterns for each paradigm like API, SOA, BPM, B2B, CAF, Micro-Services etc.  This document establishes guardrails for all software design of ESB and other participating applications 27
  28. 28. Important artifacts of Reference Architecture  Strategy and Implementation Roadmap  A strategic path to reach higher maturity  Requirements and Capabilities guideline  A requirements matrix that establishes the role, responsibility and capabilities of various components of Digital and Integration platforms to formulate a solution architecture  API and SOA Governance Guide  Micro Services Architecture  A detailed guideline that formulates and establishes API and SOA Governance policies, Asset Life Cycles, Approval points and groups, Policy Enforcement policies, Registry/Repository, API classification and life-cycle management  Formulates Design-time, Change-time and Runtime governance policies, monitoring and enforcement 28
  29. 29. How to establish Reference Architecture
  30. 30. Key roles required to establish Reference Architecture  Business Executive Sponsor  IT Executive Sponsor  Enterprise Architects  Digital CX Analysts  Data Scientists  Business Process Architects  Systems Architects  Integration Architects  Infrastructure Architects  Data Architects 30
  31. 31. Define Requirements 1 Deliverable high level ESB requirements document categorized based on service pattern and business use cases Define Implementation Strategy Deliverable provide assessment report and recommendations 2 4 3 Assess IT assets, skills, Organizational Strategy & Governance Procedures 5 Deliverable make recommendations and evaluation summary report Evaluation and Recommendations Deliverable define Reference Architecture, Software Architecture, Deployment Architecture, Reusable Framework and more.. Analyze Existing Platform and Perform Gap Analysis Deliverable gap analysis report and documentation of re-useable components from the existing implementation. 31 5 step process
  32. 32. Requirements for each scenario Define Business Scenarios Customer View Business View Define IT Scenarios IT View Deliverable: Requirements Document where requirements are categorized. Base template consists of more than 250 unique requirements. 32 Step 1: define requirements
  33. 33. STEP II: Analyze existing and perform gap analysis Analyze Existing Tools & Integration Methodology Define Components that can be leveraged Inputs to ESB Define GAPS to be filled Deliverable: Gap Analysis Report & Documentation on Reusable Components from existing ESB implementation 33
  34. 34. STEP III: Assess IT Assets, Skills, Organizational Strategy & Governance Procedures Assess Existing technology toolset & their capabilities Assess the current IT infrastructure Examine development standards, guidelines & implementation methodology Analyze Design, Run & Deploy time ESB Governance policies & procedures Assess the skillset of the ESB and identify training needs if any Assess enterprise vision, roadmap, funding & architectural direction in implementing an ESB Deliverable: Provide Assessment Report & Expert Recommendations 34
  35. 35. STEP IV: Product/Tools Evaluation & Recommendation Evaluation Scope & Architectural Premise alignment Formulate Product Comparison Information Assess Product Vendor Profiles Evaluate ESB’s based on Implementation & Operational requirements Assess Financial Analysis & Cost Recovery Metrics (ROI) Development & Deployment Evaluation Management & Monitoring Evaluation Assess Product Viability Assess Company Viability Deliverable: Make Product Recommendation & Provide Product Evaluation Summary Report 35
  36. 36. STEP V: Define Implementation Strategy & Roadmap Define Enterprise ESB Reference Architecture Define ESB Deployment Architecture Define ESB Logical Component Software Architecture Define ESB Mediation Patterns Architect/Design ESB Reusable Framework Governance Guide Implementation Roadmap 36
  37. 37. Considerations for detailed Reference Architecture
  38. 38. API Strategy and Micro Services Reference Architecture  Establish Enterprise API Strategy  API Design and Integration  Micro Services Architecture in Application Development  API Composition and Maturity model in Integration Layers  3rd Party and SaaS API management and SaaS Integration Strategy  Cloud to Cloud and Hybrid Integration Patterns  Exposing API Gateways with OAuth and OData 38
  39. 39. Analysis Adoption Development Upgrade & Migration Infrastructure Support Readiness Assessment Strategy & Process Inventory Process Consulting Kellton Tech PureAnalysisTM BPM & ODM Quick Start BPM/BRMS CoE Training Kellton Tech PureBPMTM Services BPM/BRMS Solution Architecture Solution Development BPM Technology Migrations Version Upgrades Solution Re- engineering Health Checks Reference Architecture Administration & Performance Tuning Application Managed Services Infrastructure Managed Services BPMS and BRMS Reference Architecture
  40. 40. Assess Conduct BPM Readiness Assessment Scope Facilitate Scoping Session Document Problems with Current State Define Process Vision Define Candidate Project(s) Clarify Model As-Is Process Identify Key Business Rules Identify Key Integration Points Define Key Performance Measures Define Roles and Responsibilities Design Model To-Be Process Elaborate / Design Key Business Rules Design Integration Interfaces Define To-Be Process Business Reports & Measures Implement Develop Transformation Plan Define Implementation Plan Implement Process Changes Apply Process Automation Implement Business Rules Management Monitor and Control Monitor On-Going Process Performance Identify Improvement Opportunities Data Architecture BPM Business Service BPM Technology Service Identify Common Svcs/ Reuse Opportunities BPM Delivery Framework
  41. 41. Our Advantage  Kellton Tech’s Reference Architecture involving API / SOA / BPM strategies is proven and refined by multiple successful implementations  Add to above our core integration services strength to pave the way to an agile Digital Ready Integration domain in your organization 41
  42. 42. TALK TO US Media Queries : media@kelltontech.com General Queries : info@kelltontech.com US: +1-844-469-8900 UK:+44-(0)-20-3875-3300 India: +91-124-469-8900 Irl: + 353 87 2433714 Reston, VA Princeton, NJ Delhi Hyderabad Guwahati Lucknow Cupertino, CA Chicago, IL Dublin, Ireland Ontario, CA, London Houston, TX

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