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Challenges to Integration Strategy - Thompson


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Challenges to your integration strategy triggered by cloud and mobile

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Challenges to Integration Strategy - Thompson

  1. 1. © 2014 IBM Corporation Challenges to your Integration Strategy Triggered by Cloud and Mobile Ben Thompson Chief Architect IBM Integration Bus July 2014
  2. 2. © 2014 IBM Corporation Business Evolution Innovation, Agility & the importance of Design “Good design is good business … design excellence concerns all areas of the business…”
  3. 3. © 2014 IBM Corporation • Each F1 car is considered a prototype solution – it is never finished • Design objective is to enable rapid and continuous evolution Built-in Analytics Well-designed component interfaces Continuous testing Upgradable components Rapidly replaceable components Clearly documented Controls Rapid Innovation Restless re-invention and designing for change
  4. 4. © 2014 IBM Corporation 49% of consumers use 2 or more channels to make purchases 75%act on location- based offers 10k APIs on directory of Programmable Web 75% of F500 will open APIs by 2014 15 Petabytes of big data generated daily 95%of Mobile traffic is data by 2015 15bdevices connected by 2020 420m wearable health monitors by 2014 1bSmartphone users by 2016 91% always keep mobile at arms reach 70% trust brand recommendations from social media friends $534bMobile transactions by 2015 85% of enterprises use external cloud services 545average number of cloud services used by businesses 30%of computing workloads expected to run in public cloud by 2018 Hybrid Cloud Managed APIsMobile & Social Big Data from Internet of Things Disruptive Technologies The challenges presented by Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud
  5. 5. © 2014 IBM Corporation The Evolution of IT Systems Integration needs are changing and growing
  6. 6. © 2014 IBM Corporation Internet of Things Mobile Public Cloud Social Web Partners Private Cloud Back-office Processes Analytics Services Databases CRM Integrated Interactions Composable Business Integrating Systems of Engagement and Systems of Record
  7. 7. © 2014 IBM Corporation How different are these systems? Considerations of A Sea Change in Enterprise IT Internet of Things Mobile Public Cloud Social Web Partners Private Cloud Back-office Processes Analytics Services Databases CRM
  8. 8. © 2014 IBM Corporation Internet of Things Mobile Public Cloud Social Web Partners Private Cloud Back-office Processes Analytics Services Databases CRM “Integration with back office systems is biggest barrier to … systems of engagement …” - Forrester Source: A commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of IBM, Q1 2013 Systems of Engagement Demand New Integration Solutions - And a New IT, Forrester, April 2013 A Lack of Integration Impedes Innovation
  9. 9. © 2014 IBM Corporation  Create, Manage and Socialize APIs  Mobile and Device Integration  Security Policy Enforcement  Provide Integration for Business Processes  Cloud Integration  Understanding and Tuning System Workloads  Gaining Insight From Business Data  Act Upon Business Rules  Applying Analytics to In-flight Data Cloud1 Cloud2 On Premise Integration SaaS IPaaS Events Integration Bus Polling Triggered Interaction Styles Policy SLA 0 200 Integration … is about more than just routing and transformation…
  10. 10. © 2014 IBM Corporation A Software Portfolio for Composable Integration Services The Integration challenge - Simple to Complex Build Manage Govern Secure Scale APIs Transform Route Choreograph Data Caching Search Workflow Human Tasks Collaborate Rules Situations Analytics Cloud Partners Mobile IoT Social
  11. 11. © 2014 IBM Corporation Messaging backbone in the data center connects application pillars and extends to web frontends MQ Secure appliances enable controlled access to Enterprise resources DataPower Connectivity to applications in the public cloud enables Enterprises to leverage a new cloud economy CastIron Public Cloud Private Cloud Enterprises looking to achieve “more with less” by better managing IT resources as collectives SoftLayer, PureApp Systems Internet Mobile Sensors MessageSight IBM API Management, DataPower Projecting capabilities into an open ecosystem for extended outreach and innovative business models Extended Ecosystem Cache grids and traffic policies improve scale and performance of applications and services Integration Bus integrates apps/data/services and partners while controlling and optimizing transactions Scale and ubiquity of mobile and sensor-rich environments has changed requirements of the enterprise IBM Integration Bus (formerly Message Broker) WXS, DataPower XC10 Scale and ubiquity of mobile and sensor-rich environments has changed requirements of the enterprise A Software Portfolio for Composable Integration Services The Integration challenge - Simple to Complex
  12. 12. © 2014 IBM Corporation Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) – Provides access to hosted applications or services – Trades off flexibility in favour of ease of use for users with less middleware experience – Usage based charging, per hour or per ‘transaction’ – Application Centric view. Equivalent to operating system for Cloud. – Application deployed into this environment hosted in the cloud – Simplifies application dependency & provisioning – Often charged by licensed capacity or by usage – Equivalent to logical hardware layer. – Access to compute, storage, network resources – Charging generally by (virtual) machine capacity – Total flexibility: can build and deploy VM to run any app The Layers of Cloud Making sense of all that cloud “aaS”
  13. 13. © 2014 IBM Corporation Challenges Capabilities Benefits Time, cost & skills needed to integrate SaaS and On Premise applications Data not kept in synch across SaaS and On Premise application Incomplete view of information spread across Cloud and On Prem Hybrid cloud integration with connector templates for SaaS & On Prem Hybrid cloud integration that automatically synchs SaaS and On Prem data Integrate SaaS and On Prem in hours – not weeks Freedom to take advantage of SaaS hosted capabilities without creating silo from On Prem Ability to act in a joined-up way across Cloud and On Prem Integration and Aggregation of information across Cloud and On Prem Hybrid Cloud Integration Integrating Cloud with On Prem Build Deploy Integrate
  14. 14. © 2014 IBM Corporation Source: IBM Global IT Study on Mobile Infrastructure 2013 1 2 3Integration Security Scale 3 Key Practices for Successful Mobile Organisations Follow the Leader!
  15. 15. © 2014 IBM Corporation Build mobile applications Connect to, and run backend systems in support of mobile Manage mobile devices and applications Secure my mobile business Client Initiatives Customers can now build enterprise mobile applications that: • Run on multiple mobile devices • Connect to enterprise back-end applications and information systems • Fulfills fast time-to-market requirements and can be rapidly updated with new releases • Deliver high quality user experience Extend existing business capabilities to mobile devices Transform the business by creating new opportunities Customers able to expose all existing business applications for mobile access : • Simple patterns-based approach to integrating wide range of systems including SAP, Microsoft, Mainframes, databases • Secure, Scalable access to critical data • Integrate your mobile platform as part of your core business backbone + Mobile Client Initiatives Build and Connect with Worklight and IBM Integration Bus
  16. 16. © 2014 IBM Corporation Internet of Things Mobile Public Cloud Social Web Partners Private Cloud Back-office Processes Analytics Services Databases CRM  Can see my ticket  Can find my seat  Can see upgrade option  Can check flight status  Can see in-flight meal  Can’t change my ticket  Can’t move my seat  Can’t buy upgrade  Can’t change flight  Can’t buy my choice of food Where to Start? Putting Mobile First Open up your Systems of Record to create new Business Opportunities
  17. 17. © 2014 IBM Corporation Put mobile first because this is the first point of engagement for your customers, partners and employees Create APIs to accelerate delivery of new Mobile capabilities and to share services with external developers communities Integrate Mobile apps into backend processes to deliver a more meaningful and engaging Mobile experience Apply flexible, intelligent security to protect your business boundary in a way that doesn’t degrade the Mobile experience Use hardware acceleration to scale Mobile interactions to deliver responsiveness and create space for real-time analytics 1 2 3 4 5 Where to Start? Putting Mobile First 5 Habits of a successful Mobile Enterprise
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  20. 20. © 2014 IBM Corporation Composable Integration Services The Integration challenge - Simple to Complex Business •Faster time to market •Lower time to change IT Operations •Reduced risk during changes •Failure ready infrastructure Developers •Can focus on innovation •More freedom and choice
  21. 21. © 2014 IBM Corporation Messaging File Processing Application Integration Service Enablement Service Enablement Patterns Encapsulating reusable solutions to common architectural problems  Generate customized solutions to a recurring integration problem efficiently  Encourage adoption of flow design best practices  Help guide developers who are new to the product  Provide consistency in the generated resources
  22. 22. © 2014 IBM Corporation 1 4 3 2 Write your app: Use Worklight studio – write once, run anywhere Integrate : Generate Worklight adapter ready for deployment Choose Pattern (IIB Toolkit) Configure Pattern Accept default values or tailor for your scenario IIB Patterns are configurable templates for common integration scenarios IIB Mobile Patterns Simple, Integrated Developer Experience
  23. 23. © 2014 IBM Corporation Integrated Engaging Mobile Apps Mobile in 10 minutes with IBM Integration Bus Generate service interface to existing backend application Customise API for Mobile developer Generate Mobile App that accesses APIs Mobile developer can customise and deploy Mobile App Easy Drag & drop application and configure properties Rapid Pattern does all the hard work in under 1 min Ready to run Generates adapter ready to deploy Bonus Generates Worklight mobile application
  24. 24. © 2014 IBM Corporation Operation subflow Operation subflow WSDL WSDL ClientClient Web Service Web Service Consumer Provider ClientClient REST (HTTP / JSON) Easily REST-ify an Integration Service Add a JavaScript Client API to an existing Service in One Click
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