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Microservices and the Cloud-Based Future of Integration

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The software integration market is heating up with many new-entry cloud-based vendors and a sea-change in customer expectations. What does this means for traditional Enterprise Application Integration? How do modern integration tools add value and where is the integration market heading? Microsoft is leading the charge forward with a new emphasis on microservice-based integration. What are microservices? How do they relate to iPaaS and what does the Azure-based microservice ecosystem offer? How will this emerging world transform integration in the future?

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Microservices and the Cloud-Based Future of Integration

  1. 1. tSponsors Charles Young Solidsoft Reply, Principal Consultant Microservices and the Cloud-Based Future of Integration BizTalk Summit 2015 – London ExCeL London | April 13th & 14th
  2. 2. Charles Young Principal Consultant Solidsoft Reply www.solidsoftreply.com geekswithblogs.net/cyoung Specialist Microsoft development consultancy 1993 Microsoft certified application developers 1999 Microsoft managed partner 2000 Microsoft BizTalk integration specialists 2002 Microsoft global advisory council 2010 Windows Azure “cloud first” solutions 2013 Joined Reply Microsoft® Global Partner Network™ PARTNER OF THE YEAR 2006 Winner Application Integration 2008 Finalist Application Integration 2010 Finalist Custom Development 2011 Winner Application Integration 2012 Finalist Government Solutions 2013 Winner Cloud Solutions Today UK “SME” £10M revenue Core team of 60 specialists 100% Microsoft focus ISO 9001 & 27001 compliant UK Government IL3 certified International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering GAMP5 who we are
  3. 3. Agenda • Understanding Integration • Integration Trends • Microservices • Microservices & PaaS • Container • Microservice Integration
  4. 4. Understanding Integration
  5. 5. Integration • Adaptation • Mediation • Transformation • Routing • Orchestration Enterprise Application Integration Data Integration Electronic Data Integration • Extract, Transform and Load • Data Warehousing • Change Data Capture • Federation • Master Data Management • B2B • EDIFACT/X12 • TRADACOMS • HL7 • Partner Management • VANs
  6. 6. Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) Web Site Email Mobile Devices CMS CRM ERP Channels Line-of-Business Back Office Cloud ServicesTrading Partners Data Services Hub Adaptation Mediation Orchestration
  7. 7. ESB Service Integration Web Site Email Mobile Devices CMS CRM ERP Distributed Services On-Ramp Services Off-Ramp Services Adaptation Mediation Routing Bus
  8. 8. ESB Service Integration Web Site Email Mobile Devices CMS CRM ERP Channels Line-of-Business Back Office Cloud ServicesTrading Partners Data Services
  9. 9. Layered Architecture Web Site Email Mobile Devices CMS CRM ERP Data / Integration Business Logic (Application Domain) Presentation Mediation Boundary
  10. 10. Hexagonal Architecture - Alistair Cockburn Web Site Mobile Devices Email CMS CRM ERP Channels Line-of-Business Back Office Cloud ServicesTrading Partners Data Services Application Domain Ports & Adapters
  11. 11. The Changing Face of Integration
  12. 12. Standardising the Interface REST over HTTP ServiceClient GET HEAD PUT POST PATCH DELETE OPTIONS HATEOAS Hypermedia URI Resource Metadata (optional) Roy Fielding “Supports software engineering on the scale of decades” SOAP + WDSL ServiceClient Response Service URL SOAP Action SOAP Envelope Payload WSDL Metadata Extensions (WS-*) Wraps messages in standardized, extensible envelope. Provides strongly-typed interfaces
  13. 13. Cloud Services Integration
  14. 14. Mobile Application Integration
  15. 15. INTERNET of THINGS
  16. 16. iPaaS Integration Platform-as-a-Service On-Premises Systems Hybrid SaaS • Connectors • Mediation • Workflow • Elastic & available • No Capex • Usage-based cost • Browser-based tools iPaaS EAI Server / ESB Fidelity
  17. 17. Aspirations • Simplicity • Velocity • Evolution • Democratisation • Cost Reduction SIMPLICITY
  18. 18. Microservices
  19. 19. Microservices in Hexagonal Architecture Web Site Mobile Devices Email CMS CRM ERP Channels Line-of-Business Back Office Cloud ServicesTrading Partners Data Services Application Domain Ports & Adapters Microservices
  20. 20. Microservice Principles Monolith Monolith Monolith Monolith Presentation Data / Integration Microservices Avoid centralised governance and management Use lightweight communicationDeploy, host and version independentlyOrganise around business capabilitiesDo one thing and do it wellDecompose monoliths into microservices MicroserviceMicroservice REST No container needed
  21. 21. Microservices • Emad Benjamin: http://bit.ly/1BmMuet …16 VMs 400 JVMs Load Balancer 6 VMs 12 JVMs
  22. 22. Port BizTalk Server and Microservices Ports & Adapters Orchestration Message Box Queues & Subscriptions Mediation Container (e.g., Receive Location) Adapter Pipelines Message AgentBT Transport MessageBox Messages Schemas Pipeline Components Maps Message Endpoint Orchestration Engine Port Port Port Port Message Agent Messages Schemas Pipeline Components Maps
  23. 23. Connector Connector iPaaS and Microservices Container Messages Schemas Maps Mediation Workflow Message Endpoint On- Premises Connector Connector Connector
  24. 24. Connector Connector Azure BizTalk Services - MABS Bridge (container) Connector Connector Messages Schemas Maps Mediation Message Endpoint On- Premises Adapter Pipelines
  25. 25. Ecosystem Connector Azure App Service and Microservices Message Endpoint Transformer ValidatorConnector Connector Mediation Logic Hybrid Connection Application Gateway Logic App (Workflow) Business Logic Decoupled Resource Group(container) Connector
  26. 26. Application Gateway Application Gateway Runtime • Name resolution • Isolated Storage • Shared Config Proxy • API Logging • API access level • Transforming API definition Identity Broker • AAD & social login • Identity brokerage • Secure token store External Inbound Calls Calls between microservices Platform Services • Discovery • Logging • Billing • Automatic Updates • Isolated Storage Authorisation • Application secrets (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) • Azure Active Directory • App and On Behalf Of Access • RBAC rules Metadata • Generate client libraries • Powers Siena and workflow Monitoring • Installed applications • Number of calls to components • Network traffic including endpoints • Detailed performance data • Up time & crashes Proxy • API’s define public/private endpoints Component Author • Crash logs for components Isolated storage Shared config Secure token store
  27. 27. Containers
  28. 28. Azure Containers Today MABSApp Service Web Apps Mobile Apps API Apps BizTalk Apps Logic Apps PaaS Roles Web Roles Worker Roles
  29. 29. Windows Server Containers Windows Process Windows Process Windows Server Container Windows Process Hyper-V Container Windows Process OS Kernel Docker Engine Docker Client
  30. 30. Bins & LibsBins & LibsBins & Libs Docker Kernel OS Docker Engine Bins & Libs Bins & Libs Bins & Libs Docker Container Docker Container Docker Container Docker Container Docker Container Docker Container Docker Container Docker Container Docker Container Docker Container Docker Container Docker Hub Public & Private Repos Local Registry Base Image Read Only Writeable Bin & Libs Base Docker Client Tools / API Containership Base
  31. 31. Docker and DevOps Development Test Production Ship Run Build Docker Image Repos Source Code Repo Build scripts, frameworks and tools Package Management • NuGet • OneGet • Chocolatey
  32. 32. Docker and Platform Independence On-Premises Datacentre Service Provider Cloud Platform Provider Run anywhere
  33. 33. Evolving PaaS Landscape • Elastic Beanstalk • EC2 Container Service • Lambda • PaaS ‘V2’ • Resource Groups • Docker for WIndows • Gears • Slugs • Dynos Kubernetes Docker SwarmDocker • App Engine • Container Engine• Cloud Foundry • Docker Container Service
  34. 34. Microservice Integration
  35. 35. Microservice Integration “5^`V z1NphE56V 1`N 7j&`V 3t$ j One container to rule them all On-Premises or Service Provider
  36. 36. Microservice Integration Hybrid Agents Connectors Adaptation Mediation On-Premises or Service Provider
  37. 37. Microservice Integration Session Presentation ApplicationTransport  Batch Control  Message model  Reliable messaging  Deduplication  Transaction control  In-order delivery  Message priority  Throttling  Content streaming and chunking  Buffering Connectors  Transport protocols  Application protocols  Message endpoints  Metadata and discovery  Connections and pooling  Timeouts  Authentication  Push and pull  Acknowledgments  Fault messages  Batch size  Metadata harvesting  Message exchange patterns:  One-Way  Two-Way – Half-duplex  Two-Way – Full-duplex  Certificate management  Trust  Scheduling  Fast Fail  Retry  Recovery  Failed message handling  Encoding & decoding  Encryption and decryption  Enveloping  Framing and disassembly  Validation  Fixing  Filtering  Enrichment  Transformation  Caching  Auditing  Logging  Persistence  Routing  Operation  Publishing  Subscribing  Correlation A Network Stack Application, Service or Data Store Mediation Framework– Composition, Configuration, Deployment, Hosting, Management, Monitoring, Tracking, Disagnostics Ports and Adapters Inherent complexity wont go away
  38. 38. Mediation microservices Microservice Integration On-Premises or Service Provider Platform-level mediation microservices
  39. 39. Microservice Integration On-Premises or Service Provider Fully-decoupled business logic
  40. 40. Microservice Integration On-Premises or Service Provider Platform-level service orchestration
  41. 41. Microservice Integration On-Premises or Service Provider Route by any means • Direct • Data stores • Cache • Queues • Topics & subscriptions • Event hubs
  42. 42. Microservice Integration On-Premises or Service Provider Platform-level Monitoring & tracking
  43. 43. Microservice Integration On-Premises or Service Provider Favour Horizontal Scaling
  44. 44. Microservice Integration On-Premises or Service Provider Technology agnosticism
  45. 45. Thank You! Charles Young Principal Consultant Solidsoft Reply www.solidsoftreply.com geekswithblogs.net/cyoung Specialist Microsoft development consultancy 1993 Microsoft certified application developers 1999 Microsoft managed partner 2000 Microsoft BizTalk integration specialists 2002 Microsoft global advisory council 2010 Windows Azure “cloud first” solutions 2013 Joined Reply Microsoft® Global Partner Network™ PARTNER OF THE YEAR 2006 Winner Application Integration 2008 Finalist Application Integration 2010 Finalist Custom Development 2011 Winner Application Integration 2012 Finalist Government Solutions 2013 Winner Cloud Solutions Today UK “SME” £10M revenue Core team of 60 specialists 100% Microsoft focus ISO 9001 & 27001 compliant UK Government IL3 certified International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering GAMP5 who we are

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