SOA Sim Sy Prod

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The SIM-SYProd action (« Service, Interoperability Modelling for Industrial Systems ») has been set up and driven by the GOSPI research cluster (France, Rhône-Alpes) to propose reinforced links between the modelling of business processes of an industrial system with the information and communication techniques as available today.
The study of industrial business processes implies a “concurrent” approach bringing together distinct specialized viewpoints and conducting to an overall and multidisciplinary vision: business modelling, information technologies and innovation challenges are to be considered simultaneously and as a whole.
The main innovative aspect of this collaborative action has been to bridge and manage interfaces between two domains, on the one hand industrial system engineering and information systems modelling, on the other information and communication technologies.

This initiative has enabled bringing together crosscutting skills and expertise, and has demonstrated the interest of building an open, sustainable, multi-disciplinary, collaborative and “concurrent” research group.

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SOA Sim Sy Prod

  1. 1. SIM-SYPROD action The SIM-SyProd action « Service, Interoperability, Modelling for Industrial Systems » From models to industrial information systems New perspectives for design and simulation of product and services along their lifecycle fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  2. 2. SIM-SYPROD action Agenda ● Inception and elaboration ● Vision and objectives ● Outcomes ● Conclusions and perspectives fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  3. 3. SIM-SYPROD action Business / IT (ObjectWeb ESBi) fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  4. 4. SIM-SYPROD action From the open-source model ... fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  5. 5. SIM-SYPROD action … towards an open concurrent model fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  6. 6. SIM-SYPROD action A valuable proposal fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  7. 7. SIM-SYPROD action An application sample: the INRIA galaxy agile middleware platform fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  8. 8. SIM-SYPROD action Towards co-evolution of information systems and industrial systems fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  9. 9. SIM-SYPROD action A network of academic actors (IS field) fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  10. 10. SIM-SYPROD action Networking, from local to global ● G-SCOP, LISTIC, ● AIP-Primeca – GDR- SYMME, LIESP, MACS – PICS-PPO – EMIRAcle – Design Society INRIA, G2eLab, etc ● I3 – etc – Interop – IST – IFIP - etc fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  11. 11. SIM-SYPROD action Various objectives Conception ● Conception ● Cooperation for engineering ● Mechanical, electrical, mechatronics ● Modelling of conception processes Industrial Software ● Industrial (and Logistics) ● Industrial product lifecycle management ● Strategical organisation of the industrial systems ● Modelling of industrial processes ● Software ● Modelling theory and technologies ● Modelling of IT processes fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  12. 12. SIM-SYPROD action Likely shared concepts ● Models with common roots Conception cybernetics, systemics ● But different usages and meanings Process Service Model Industrial Software fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  13. 13. SIM-SYPROD action Towards innovative information systems ● Innovative industrial organisations need information systems ● New ICTs are both new opportunities and constraints for a relevant information management ● Cross-cutting projects guarantee the co-building of innovative processes and new ICTs ● Shared & common view = source for both innovation and performance A shared environment with both business and IT experts fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  14. 14. SIM-SYPROD action Illustration of a cross-cutting approach around information systems within the GOSPI cluster (France - Rhônes-Alpes) fOSSa, Grenoble, 18-17 November, 2009
  15. 15. SIM-SYPROD action Stakes Industrial systems need to adapt their information systems Economy globalisation / Enterprise performance Society of Knowledge New ICTs are candidates for supporting the information systems Challenge : co-build co-evolutive environments fitting with agile industrial systems fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  16. 16. SIM-SYPROD action Main concepts to be handled Business Modelling Business processes Mechanics, electrical, thermics Collaboration Information Network-oriented enterprises systems and Cooperation b/w engineers organisation IT Modelling Business Process Model (BPM) Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Model Driven Engineering (MDE) fOSSa, Grenoble, 18-17 November, 2009
  17. 17. SIM-SYPROD action Case studies based work Analysis of academic and real case studies Proposal of SOA-BPM-MDE based solutions 3 main case studies : – Co-conception scenario – Collaborative simulation oriented scenario – PLM-ERP scenario fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  18. 18. SIM-SYPROD action SOA, some basic principles « Abstraction, Interface, Orchestration »  A set of architectural principles  The SOA paradigm (W3C)  OASIS SOA Reference Model  An « abstraction for encapsulating functions »  Exposing (contract, interface) & reusing  Loosely coupling  Orchestration  « Technology agnostic »  A collaborative and « agile » approach  Design agile and well-adapted business solutions  Orchestrating services for process compositions  A way for developing and integrating applications  OMG (SOA Consortium)   EXPERIMENTING SOA CONCEPTS TO BE USED FOR A BUSINESS AND PROCESS ORIENTED VISION fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  19. 19. SIM-SYPROD action SOA, some technological standards  WSDL (Web Service Description Language)  SCA (Service Component Architecture)  Runtime & Design  Relationships to process technologies  BPMN, BPEL  Relationships to distributed technologies  JBI (Java Business Integration / ESB), OSGi, Grid computing fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  20. 20. SIM-SYPROD action MDE principles « Model Once, Transform/Generate Anywhere »  Model as the core artefact along the software development process  CIM, PIM, PSM CIM PIM PSM PSM Code Code fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  21. 21. SIM-SYPROD action MDE principles, more  « Vertically »  Model organisation : metametamodels, metamodels, models and instances  Automatic transformation (M2M, M2code)  « Horizontally » weaving/combining/composing various (meta)models (e.g. business (meta)models and/or technological (meta)models)  equivalences b/w meta)models (e.g. various business views)  interoperability  coherence/consistency fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  22. 22. SIM-SYPROD action BPM principles A cross-cutting approach for modelling process and information system Business Process Management Ac s m – Process (Six sigma, TQM …) to ste rs – Document (GED, workflow…) Process Sy – Data (MDM, Data mining…) – Architecture (ESB,SOA,EAI…) Information Collaborative Process Business Process Modelling Input Choreography – Alignment Business-IT – Continuous Improvement – Globalisation of IS Output – Interoperability – Communicating enterprises fOSSa, Grenoble, 18-17 November, 2009
  23. 23. SIM-SYPROD action BPM, more Business service/component 1 2 point of view 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 - Abstract service orchestration, business functions - Process modelling tools (BPMN, Abstract “plane” JWT, ...) SLA SLA SLA QoS QoS QoS Infrastructure Infrastructure SOA SOA Services Services IT service/component point of SOA Orchestration SOA Orchestration view Concrete (IT) “plane SLA SLA SLA QoS QoS QoS Infrastructure Infrastructure - IT service orchestration, assembly SOA SOA of composites, operating functions Services Services SOA SOA - Design and execution tools: Orchestration Orchestration BPEL, Workflow , SCA…. fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  24. 24. SIM-SYPROD action The co-conception scenario Project management point of view => formalising Co-Conception Scenario processes into sub-projects and tasks When more refined, activities keep unformal Yet strong collaborative activities are possible Multi-actors, multi-disciplinary activities, ... Weak or few formalisation and orchestration of such activities Relationships to information technologies How to capture the relevant information ? Which means for structuration ? Which support for orchestrating the activities ? fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  25. 25. SIM-SYPROD action Example: conception of an electromagnetic actuator Co-Conception Scenario S ome constraints : Encombrement maxi : en position haute on a L= 30mm * Hmax = 40mm Energie de percussion minimale de 0,12J Temps de réponse inférieur à 3.5ms Force résiduelle de poussée en position haute : freph = 15N -2 Tenue au choc en position basse : accélération de 2000m.s Problème du réamorçage du contacteur : proposer des solutions pour le réarmement manuel fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  26. 26. SIM-SYPROD action A micro-process Manufacturer Co-Conception Scenario Mechanic expert Customer Electrician fOSSa, Grenoble, 18-17 November, 2009
  27. 27. SIM-SYPROD action How to formalize ? Co-Conception Scenario fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  28. 28. SIM-SYPROD action How to map business and IT services ? Co-Conception Scenario ● We define a collaborative process (data and sequence) from the business representation ● Two strategies may be applied : ● 1) with MDE – Meta-modelling of the business representation – Transform this meta-model into a BPM meta-model – Transform into SOA services (« vertical » MDE) – Ochestrating services for running the collaborative process ● 2) with BPM – Transform the business representation into a BPM model (« horizontal » MDE) – Transform the BPM model into an service orchestration (« vertical » MDE) fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  29. 29. SIM-SYPROD action How to map business and IT services ? Co-Conception Scenario ● We define a collaborative process (data and sequence) from the business tool (table) ● Two strategies may be applied : ● 1) with MDE – Meta-modelling of the business table tool – Transform this meta-model into a BPM meta-model – Transform into SOA services (« vertical » MDE) – Ochestrating services for running the collaborative process From a simple scenario From a simple scenario ● 2) with BPM We identify new research directions We identify new research directions – Transform the business table tool into a BPM model (« horizontal » MDE) – Transform the BPM model into an service orchestration (« vertical » MDE) fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  30. 30. SIM-SYPROD action Conclusions the starting point Business process Bottom-up Top-Down IT Business approach approach SOA, MDE, BPM fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  31. 31. SIM-SYPROD action A research process Bring together Common Cross-cutting projects Tools actors Methods Shared Know-how resources Publications Comparing Realize Share Individual common resources Ontology objectives projects Evolve the collective vision Vision fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  32. 32. SIM-SYPROD action A common framework Requirements Business solutions IT and business practises enrich each together A common framework is used for experimenting complementaries and SIM-SYPROD SIM-SYPROD differences between the two initial visions IT solutions New ICTs fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  33. 33. SIM-SYPROD action A common framework Requirements Business Applicative solutions domain Project incubator Project incubator SIM-SYPROD SIM-SYPROD Shared vision Shared vision IT solutions New ICTs Supporting technologies Is it a generic model for inter/multidisciplinary collaboration ? fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  34. 34. SIM-SYPROD action Conclusions An ecosystem enabling co-evolution Generic model Business Requirements solutions => Initiating a collaboration and launching more quickly projects Multidisciplinary project incubator Services Services Platform Platform => Being more quickly ready for inter/multidisciplinary projects IT solutions New ICTs Project IPRI-PLM other fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  35. 35. SIM-SYPROD action Perpectives, a proposal for a new way for collaborating An open-source driven collaboration b/w New open-source driven multidisciplinary collaboration academic actors (including SMEs and start-up networks) Business Requirements solutions Business processes and practises Computer science, information technology and system Multidisciplinary project incubator Services Services A two-way open-source driven Platform Platform collaboration => Co-development for using and adapting innovative IT solutions New ICTs technologies in the real-world => Co-evolution for transforming business New projects ... cases into an information model built on concurrent concepts fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009
  36. 36. SIM-SYPROD action Q&A Thank you for your attention !!! For more information please contact ● frederic.noel at g-scop.inpg.fr ● meynier.claude at wanadoo.fr ● alain.boulze at inria.fr fOSSa, Grenoble, 17-18 November, 2009

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