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ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
ICS.UG
IBM Collaboration Solutions
Domino on Cloud
Bremen, 27. März 2015
Andreas Schulte, andreas.schulte@de.ibm.com
Mit Material von Niklas Heidloff, Matthias Schneider,
IBM Cloud onboarding Team - © 2014, 2015 IBM Corporation
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
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IBM provides choice in client experience
Notes Browser
Plug-in
Traveler
Notes
iNotes
Connections
Mail
Verse
Progressive
disclosure
(P) = On-premises only (C) = Cloud Initially
(P)
(C)
IMAP accessMicrosoft
Outlook 2013
Limited
Availability
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I... / P... / S... as a Service
Networking
Storage
Servers
Virtualization
O/S
Middleware
Runtime
Data
Networking
Storage
Servers
Virtualization
O/S
Middleware
Runtime
Data
Applications
Networking
Storage
Servers
Virtualization
O/S
Middleware
Runtime
Data
Applications
Networking
Storage
Servers
Virtualization
Middleware
Runtime
Data
Applications
O/S
Vendor managed
Client managed
On Premises
Applications
IBM Verse
Notes Mail
iNotes
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Der Vollstädnigkeit halber aber heute kein
Thema:
Domino / Connections
hybrid
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Domino Plattformen für Anwendungen in der Cloud
Service Level Produkt Managed by
Infrastruktur as a Service
(IaaS)
Domino on Softlayer Business Partner
IBM
Plattform as a Service
(PaaS)
BlueMix IBM *)
Software as a Service
(SaaS)
Business Partner Solutions Business Partner
*) BlueMix kann auch als dedizierte private Instanz auf Softlayer durch Kunden und Business Partner
betrieben werden.
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Anwendungen im Browser Notes
Plattform XPages NBP Standardclient
Betriebssystem Browser definiert Windows Windows, Mac, Linux
Protokoll http(s) NRPC NRPC
Mail Integration iNotes (Verse) iNotes (Verse) Notes Mail
Notes native GUI nein ja ja
Mobile Apps ja nein nein
Responsive Design ja nein nein
MVC Pattern ja nein nein
SQL RD BMS ja nein nein
Watson Integration via Bluemix nein REST (nicht getestet)
Portal Integration ja Nicht getestet nein
Domino Anwendungen
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Technische Zielszenarien aus Clientsicht
Client zu Server: Domino on Cloud Domino on premises
Mail Notes Standardclient
Mail Browser
NSF Anwendung im Standardclient
NSF Anwendung im Browser
Mail auf mobilem Device
NSF Anwendung auf mobilem
Device
… oder hybride Mischungen davon.
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Mail powered by Domino on Cloud
Verse Notes iNotes Outlook 2013
iOS ja Via Traveler ja Via Traveler
Android (ja) Via Traveler ja Via Traveler
Blackberry (keine
Informationen)
BES 9 oder via
Traveler
Ultralite
nein
BES 9 oder via
Traveler
Windows ja ja ja (ja)
Mac (ja) ja ja nein
Linux (ja) ja ja nein
*) via Traveler = Unterstützung der nativen eMail Anwendung des mobil OS
(ja) = Roadmap oder in Prüfung – kann ohne Ankündigung durch IBM entfallen
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Domino „hybrid deployment“ Optionen
On-premises Private Cloud Public Cloud
Plattform
Domino Enterprise
oder BlueMix
BlueMix
Anwendung
Domino
Enterprise
Domino
Enterprise
Mail
auf SoftLayer IaaS IBM Connections Cloud
Serversicht
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Domino „hybrid deployment“ Optionen
On-premises Private Cloud Public Cloud
Plattform
Domino Enterprise
oder BlueMix
BlueMix
Anwendung
Domino
Enterprise
Domino
Enterprise
Mail
auf SoftLayer IaaS
Notes Anwendung
Notes Mail
IBM Verse
Xpages
Anwendung mit
Extranet Zugriff
IBM Connections Cloud
ServersichtClientsicht
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
IBM Domino – Mail Server
Hybrid Implementation and Configuration
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
IBM Domino – Mail Server
Hybrid Implementation and Configuration
SmartCloud Notes “Hybrid” Reference Architecture
Key Value Propositions of “Hybrid” Configuration
Common SmartCloud Notes “Hybrid” Configurations
Setting Up the “Hybrid” Configuration
Creating the SmartCloud Customer Account
Configuring the SmartCloud “Hybrid” Account Information
Related Materials
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
IBM Domino – Mail Server
Hybrid Implementation and Configuration
SmartCloud Notes “Hybrid” Reference Architecture
Key Value Propositions of “Hybrid” Configuration
Common SmartCloud Notes “Hybrid” Configurations
Setting Up the “Hybrid” Configuration
Creating the SmartCloud Customer Account
Configuring the SmartCloud “Hybrid” Account Information
Related Materials
Connections Cloud - Notes “Reference” Architecture
Highlighted items are the
key to hybrid integration
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
What Does “Hybrid” Mean ?
It allows existing IBM® Domino® customers to integrate the on-premises environment
and is a core strength and value proposition
It defines the administrative model allowing more control using standard on-premises
administration tools (Domino Administrator client, Domino Directory)
As a “Hybrid” customer, the customer Admin can choose if the mail users mail
account exists on-premises or in the SmartCloud Notes service.
It is designed to support both transitory or perpetual coexistence
Customers select the “Hybrid Environment” option when performing initial setup
In the context of SmartCloud Notes,
it refers to a specific configuration of
the SmartCloud Notes customer
account within the service
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
IBM Domino – Mail Server
Hybrid Implementation and Configuration
SmartCloud Notes “Hybrid” Reference Architecture
Key Value Propositions of “Hybrid” Configuration
Common SmartCloud Notes “Hybrid” Configurations
Setting Up the “Hybrid” Configuration
Creating the SmartCloud Customer Account
Configuring the SmartCloud “Hybrid” Account Information
Related Materials
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Key Value Propositions of “Hybrid”
● Customers can keep current environment / investment in their existing Domino
architecture
● Supports IBM® Notes®, browser, IMAP and mobile clients (Traveler and BlackBerry)
● Users don't need to care who is Hosted or On-Premises
– e.g. user address lookup & mail routing just work
● Maintains the existing certificate hierarchy and domain structure
– No cross-certification required
– Users keep their existing ID files
– Users keep their existing Internet mail addresses
– SmartCloud Notes virtual servers are members of the same hierarchy / domain
– Domino directories (primary, ex. dircat, etc.) are replicated into the service for
synchronization
● Supports native NRPC mail routing
– Preserves Domino specific items like database/document links and stored form
content
● No change required to continue accessing existing applications
● Existing mail databases can be transitioned in their entirety or with a selected subset
of data
– Encrypted content remains intact
– Private items remain intact
● Flexibility in deployment / transition time scale
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
IBM Domino – Mail Server
Hybrid Implementation and Configuration
Connections Cloud Notes “Hybrid” Reference Architecture
Key Value Propositions of “Hybrid” Configuration
Common Connections Cloud Notes “Hybrid” Configurations
Setting Up the “Hybrid” Configuration
Creating the Connections Cloud Customer Account
Configuring the Connections Cloud “Hybrid” Account Information
Related Materials
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Common Connections Cloud Notes “Hybrid” Configurations
SmartCloud Notes becomes an extension of the customer environment
User, Group and Policy management are performed as they are done today via the Domino
Directory and Administrator client
One or more directories are synchronized into SmartCloud Notes to provide common view of users,
groups, policies, etc.
By default, customer owns e-mail domains and receives all mail for those domains before routing to
SmartCloud Notes
MX records can be pointed directly at SmartCloud Notes with service agreement
Outbound SMTP from SmartCloud Notes can be routed via alternate customer specified relay
Internal Domino server handles directory replication (Domino 8.5.1 FP2 +)
List of directory replicas to be replicated
e.g. names.nsf, otherdomainnames.nsf, exdircat.nsf, etc.
Remote access via directory assistance is not supported
All directories need to be replicated to the directory synch server
EDC's supported for mail routing and name picker only (can't be used for user selection for
provisioning)
Careful directory planning is needed prior to configuring your SmartCloud Notes company
account
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In a hybrid environment in which some mail files are on
SmartCloud Notes servers and some are on-premises on
company Domino servers, Domino Administrators can use
explicit group policies to ensure that all users have the same
Notes client experience.
Some policy settings are enforced for all SmartCloud Notes
users and cannot be overridden by a group policy.
Other policy settings can be set by customer administrators and
applied using explicit group policies via policy documents that
are in their on-premises Domino directory.
On-premises Domino administrators cannot open the
SmartCloud Notes policy to view the settings. However, from the
Domino Administrator client, they can view a detailed summary
of the effective policy settings by viewing a policy synopsis for a
selected user or group.
Administrative policies in the SmartCloud Notes service (see
online documentation)
Hybrid Environment - Policies
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Version requirements for on-premises Domino Servers (Stand: Okt. 2014)
Hybrid Configuration Software Version Requirements
On-Premises Server Type Supported Versions
● Mail routing server
(in the directory synchronization and mail
routing domain)
● Lotus Domino 8.5.1 Fix Pack 2
● Lotus Domino 8.5.2, 8.5.3 (or later)
● IBM Domino 9.0 (or later)
● Directory synchronization server
(in the directory synchronization and mail
routing domain)
● Lotus Domino 8.5.1 Fix Pack 2
● Lotus Domino 8.5.2, 8.5.3 (or later)
● IBM Domino 9.0 (or later)
● Mail servers that request the free
time of Cloud Notes users
● Lotus Domino 8.5.1 Fix Pack 2
● Lotus Domino 8.5.2, 8.5.3 (or later)
● IBM Domino 9.0 (or later)
● Passthru domain servers ● Any supported version of Lotus Domino
● Use Lotus Domino 8.5.2 (or later) for fastest
response time for connections from SmartCloud
Notes to on-premises servers.
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Most suitable for implementations where HA is not a requirement (e.g. pilot or smaller customer implementations)
●
Single Domino domain
●
Single Domino passthru server
●
Single combined Domino mail
routing and directory
replication server
Customer data flow:
●
On-premises Domino directory
sync occurs with SmartCloud
Directory Sync Server
replicating with replication hub
server via the passthru server
●
SmartCloud Notes NRPC mail
from service users to on-
premises users routed to mail
hub via passthru server
●
On-premises NRPC mail sent to
SmartCloud Notes users
routed from on-premises mail
(hub) server(s) to the service
NRPC mail hub via network
load balancers
“Hybrid” – Basic Architecture
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Single Domino domain
Up to two Domino servers
acting in passthru roles
Up to two Domino servers
performing mail routing
Up to two Domino servers
for directory replication
“Hybrid” – High Availability Implementation
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Multiple Domino domains
One domain designated as primary
through which hybrid connectivity from
SmartCloud Notes is achieved
Other domains become subordinates
in the context of mail routing, free-time
lookup and directory replication
Directory updates from downstream
domains are replicated via the
directory replication hubs in
primarydomain
Each domain is responsible to
independently route mail directly to
the SmartCloud Notes service.
Note: Once the account is configured
for the primary domain the customer
creates group / connection documents
for each additional domain in their
environment.
“Hybrid” – Multiple Domain Architecture
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Single Domino domain
Pair of customer data centers
Pair of passthru servers
(primaryin one data center and
secondary in the other data
center)
Separate mail routing and
directory replication hub servers
in each data center
Provides for both a level of local
(within data center) resilience
and DR protection in the event
of data center failure
“Hybrid” – Multiple Data Center Implementation
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Hybrid “shim” domain inserted
between SCN and multiple
other existing domains
Existing domains are all
subordinate (route mail and
replicate directory through) the
“shim” domain
Single passthru server (a
second could be added for
failover)
Separate mail routing and
directory replication hub
servers
Note: Once the account is
configured for the shim domain
the customer creates group /
connection documents for
each additional domain in their
environment.
“Hybrid” – ʻShimʼ Domain Between SCN & Existing Domains
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Single Domino domain
Single passthru server
Single combined Domino mail
routing and directory replication
server
Domino application and “hybrid”
integration servers (like
passthru) hosted on IBM
SoftLayer or other IaaS
providers
No Domino servers on customer
network
Note: Customer DMZ and
optional SoftLayer firewalls not
shown
“Hybrid” – Leveraging Infrastructure-as-a-Service for Domino Applications
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
… ab in die Cloud
Trial Analyse Pilot onboarding
Kostenloser
Test für
Connections
Cloud
Verse Freemium
DoubleCheck
HealthCheck
OPT
Hybrid setup
oder service only
Pilot
MOM
Pilotgruppe
Finaler hybrid
setup
Onboarding via
MOM oder OPT /
OTT
Gruppenweises
Onboarding
(Grobschema bitte im konkreten Fall mit IBM Business Partner / IBM Technical Sales / ISSC
absprechen)
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Agenda
● Bluemix Introduction
● IBM Domino XPages Applications on Bluemix
● Social File Sharing Service based on Connections
● Bluemix – IBM's Cloud Platform
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Bluemix - Platform as a Service
Networking
Storage
Servers
Virtualization
O/S
Middleware
Runtime
Data
Networking
Storage
Servers
Virtualization
O/S
Middleware
Runtime
Data
Applications
Networking
Storage
Servers
Virtualization
O/S
Middleware
Runtime
Data
Applications
Networking
Storage
Servers
Virtualization
Middleware
Runtime
Data
Applications
O/S
Vendor managed
Client managed
On Premises
Applications
* see end of
deck for more
deployment
options
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
What is Bluemix?
Bluemix is an open-standard, cloud-based platform for building,
managing, and running applications of all types (web, mobile, big
data, new smart devices, and so on)
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
What Benefits does Bluemix provide?
Hosting of applications in the cloud (obviously)
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
What Benefits does Bluemix provide?
Developers can focus on what they like to do most – coding
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
What Benefits does Bluemix provide?
Choices of runtimes
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
What Benefits does Bluemix provide?
Services, lots of services
Web and application
Mobile
Data management
Watson
Analytics
Internet of things
Security
Integration
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
What other Benefits does Bluemix provide?
Integration of on-premises applications
DevOps for the entire application lifecycle
Flexible pricing
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
What Benefits does Bluemix provide?
Auto Scalability
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Domino XPages Runtime and Domino Data Service
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Domino XPages Runtime
● Design NSFs contain only code, no data
● Design NSFs are deployed onto Bluemix and multiple application
instances can be run
● Deployment can be done via a
new plugin for Domino Designer
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Domino XPages Runtime
● From design NSFs Bluemix services can be accessed via
REST APIs or client libraries
● Data NSFs can be accessed via a new utility method
“findDataBaseName”
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Domino Data Service
● Data NSFs store only data and views
● Data NSFs can be accessed via REST APIs or via XPages data
sources
● Each Bluemix developer gets his/her own data service instance
provisioned including a Notes id to access the service
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
XPages Boilerplate
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ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Usage of the a Watson
Service in XPages
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ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Usage of the SQL Service
in XPages
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ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Access to Domino Directory for Authentication
● SAML
● LDAP identity bridge
● Third party solutions
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Workload Scheduler Service
● Runs tasks on a
scheduled basis
● Similar to the
Domino agent
manager
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Why should you use XPages on Bluemix?
● To leverage other Bluemix services to build new apps rapidly
● To always have the state of the art XPages runtime at your
fingertips
● To scale your apps and obtain true resiliency
● To leverage your XPages skills
● To host your applications easily in the cloud
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Social Applications
An application is made "social" when user actions on their
artifacts can be propagated to other users based on their
relationship to the artifacts and/or to the people acting on them
enabling for the discovery of artifacts and people which
otherwise would not take place
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Integration of IBM Connections Cloud with Bluemix
● Based on IBM Connections Cloud: Social File Sharing
● Initially in experimental mode and targeting Java runtimes
● Uses trial organizations in IBM Connections Cloud
● Value
● Automatic provisioning and de-provisioning of organization and
users
● Guidance, examples and documentation geared towards
development of cloud based social applications
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Social File Sharing Service
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Social File Sharing Service
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Photo Share Sample
Application
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Bluemix – IBM's Cloud Platform
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Three Deployment Environments
ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
Resources
● IBM Bluemix: bluemix.net
● IBM Bluemix News: bluemix.info
● IBM Bluemix Developers: developer.ibm.com/bluemix
● Samples: github.com/IBM-Bluemix
● Niklas Heidloff Blog: heidloff.net

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IBM Collaboration Solutions Domino on Cloud ICSUG 2015

  • 1. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation ICS.UG IBM Collaboration Solutions Domino on Cloud Bremen, 27. März 2015 Andreas Schulte, andreas.schulte@de.ibm.com Mit Material von Niklas Heidloff, Matthias Schneider, IBM Cloud onboarding Team - © 2014, 2015 IBM Corporation
  • 2. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Acknowledgements and Disclaimers Availability. References in this presentation to IBM products, programs, or services do not imply that they will be available in all countries in which IBM operates. The workshops, sessions and materials have been prepared by IBM or the session speakers and reflect their own views. They are provided for informational purposes only, and are neither intended to, nor shall have the effect of being, legal or other guidance or advice to any participant. While efforts were made to verify the completeness and accuracy of the information contained in this presentation, it is provided AS-IS without warranty of any kind, express or implied. IBM shall not be responsible for any damages arising out of the use of, or otherwise related to, this presentation or any other materials. Nothing contained in this presentation is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, creating any warranties or representations from IBM or its suppliers or licensors, or altering the terms and conditions of the applicable license agreement governing the use of IBM software. All customer examples described are presented as illustrations of how those customers have used IBM products and the results they may have achieved. Actual environmental costs and performance characteristics may vary by customer. Nothing contained in these materials is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, stating or implying that any activities undertaken by you will result in any specific sales, revenue growth or other results. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015. All rights reserved.  U.S. Government Users Restricted Rights - Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp.  IBM, the IBM logo, ibm.com and IBM SmartCloud® are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. If these and other IBM trademarked terms are marked on their first occurrence in this information with a trademark symbol (® or ™), these symbols indicate U.S. registered or common law trademarks owned by IBM at the time this information was published. Such trademarks may also be registered or common law trademarks in other countries. A current list of IBM trademarks is available on the Web at “Copyright and trademark information” at www.ibm.com/legal/copytrade.shtml GitHub is a trademark: https://help.github.com/articles/github-trademark-policy Other company, product, or service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.
  • 3. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation IBM provides choice in client experience Notes Browser Plug-in Traveler Notes iNotes Connections Mail Verse Progressive disclosure (P) = On-premises only (C) = Cloud Initially (P) (C) IMAP accessMicrosoft Outlook 2013 Limited Availability
  • 4. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation I... / P... / S... as a Service Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Networking Storage Servers Virtualization Middleware Runtime Data Applications O/S Vendor managed Client managed On Premises Applications IBM Verse Notes Mail iNotes
  • 5. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Der Vollstädnigkeit halber aber heute kein Thema: Domino / Connections hybrid
  • 6. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Domino Plattformen für Anwendungen in der Cloud Service Level Produkt Managed by Infrastruktur as a Service (IaaS) Domino on Softlayer Business Partner IBM Plattform as a Service (PaaS) BlueMix IBM *) Software as a Service (SaaS) Business Partner Solutions Business Partner *) BlueMix kann auch als dedizierte private Instanz auf Softlayer durch Kunden und Business Partner betrieben werden.
  • 7. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Anwendungen im Browser Notes Plattform XPages NBP Standardclient Betriebssystem Browser definiert Windows Windows, Mac, Linux Protokoll http(s) NRPC NRPC Mail Integration iNotes (Verse) iNotes (Verse) Notes Mail Notes native GUI nein ja ja Mobile Apps ja nein nein Responsive Design ja nein nein MVC Pattern ja nein nein SQL RD BMS ja nein nein Watson Integration via Bluemix nein REST (nicht getestet) Portal Integration ja Nicht getestet nein Domino Anwendungen
  • 8. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Technische Zielszenarien aus Clientsicht Client zu Server: Domino on Cloud Domino on premises Mail Notes Standardclient Mail Browser NSF Anwendung im Standardclient NSF Anwendung im Browser Mail auf mobilem Device NSF Anwendung auf mobilem Device … oder hybride Mischungen davon.
  • 9. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Mail powered by Domino on Cloud Verse Notes iNotes Outlook 2013 iOS ja Via Traveler ja Via Traveler Android (ja) Via Traveler ja Via Traveler Blackberry (keine Informationen) BES 9 oder via Traveler Ultralite nein BES 9 oder via Traveler Windows ja ja ja (ja) Mac (ja) ja ja nein Linux (ja) ja ja nein *) via Traveler = Unterstützung der nativen eMail Anwendung des mobil OS (ja) = Roadmap oder in Prüfung – kann ohne Ankündigung durch IBM entfallen
  • 10. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Domino „hybrid deployment“ Optionen On-premises Private Cloud Public Cloud Plattform Domino Enterprise oder BlueMix BlueMix Anwendung Domino Enterprise Domino Enterprise Mail auf SoftLayer IaaS IBM Connections Cloud Serversicht
  • 11. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Domino „hybrid deployment“ Optionen On-premises Private Cloud Public Cloud Plattform Domino Enterprise oder BlueMix BlueMix Anwendung Domino Enterprise Domino Enterprise Mail auf SoftLayer IaaS Notes Anwendung Notes Mail IBM Verse Xpages Anwendung mit Extranet Zugriff IBM Connections Cloud ServersichtClientsicht
  • 12. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation IBM Domino – Mail Server Hybrid Implementation and Configuration
  • 13. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation IBM Domino – Mail Server Hybrid Implementation and Configuration SmartCloud Notes “Hybrid” Reference Architecture Key Value Propositions of “Hybrid” Configuration Common SmartCloud Notes “Hybrid” Configurations Setting Up the “Hybrid” Configuration Creating the SmartCloud Customer Account Configuring the SmartCloud “Hybrid” Account Information Related Materials
  • 14. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation IBM Domino – Mail Server Hybrid Implementation and Configuration SmartCloud Notes “Hybrid” Reference Architecture Key Value Propositions of “Hybrid” Configuration Common SmartCloud Notes “Hybrid” Configurations Setting Up the “Hybrid” Configuration Creating the SmartCloud Customer Account Configuring the SmartCloud “Hybrid” Account Information Related Materials
  • 15. Connections Cloud - Notes “Reference” Architecture Highlighted items are the key to hybrid integration
  • 16. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation What Does “Hybrid” Mean ? It allows existing IBM® Domino® customers to integrate the on-premises environment and is a core strength and value proposition It defines the administrative model allowing more control using standard on-premises administration tools (Domino Administrator client, Domino Directory) As a “Hybrid” customer, the customer Admin can choose if the mail users mail account exists on-premises or in the SmartCloud Notes service. It is designed to support both transitory or perpetual coexistence Customers select the “Hybrid Environment” option when performing initial setup In the context of SmartCloud Notes, it refers to a specific configuration of the SmartCloud Notes customer account within the service
  • 17. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation IBM Domino – Mail Server Hybrid Implementation and Configuration SmartCloud Notes “Hybrid” Reference Architecture Key Value Propositions of “Hybrid” Configuration Common SmartCloud Notes “Hybrid” Configurations Setting Up the “Hybrid” Configuration Creating the SmartCloud Customer Account Configuring the SmartCloud “Hybrid” Account Information Related Materials
  • 18. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Key Value Propositions of “Hybrid” ● Customers can keep current environment / investment in their existing Domino architecture ● Supports IBM® Notes®, browser, IMAP and mobile clients (Traveler and BlackBerry) ● Users don't need to care who is Hosted or On-Premises – e.g. user address lookup & mail routing just work ● Maintains the existing certificate hierarchy and domain structure – No cross-certification required – Users keep their existing ID files – Users keep their existing Internet mail addresses – SmartCloud Notes virtual servers are members of the same hierarchy / domain – Domino directories (primary, ex. dircat, etc.) are replicated into the service for synchronization ● Supports native NRPC mail routing – Preserves Domino specific items like database/document links and stored form content ● No change required to continue accessing existing applications ● Existing mail databases can be transitioned in their entirety or with a selected subset of data – Encrypted content remains intact – Private items remain intact ● Flexibility in deployment / transition time scale
  • 19. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation IBM Domino – Mail Server Hybrid Implementation and Configuration Connections Cloud Notes “Hybrid” Reference Architecture Key Value Propositions of “Hybrid” Configuration Common Connections Cloud Notes “Hybrid” Configurations Setting Up the “Hybrid” Configuration Creating the Connections Cloud Customer Account Configuring the Connections Cloud “Hybrid” Account Information Related Materials
  • 20. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Common Connections Cloud Notes “Hybrid” Configurations SmartCloud Notes becomes an extension of the customer environment User, Group and Policy management are performed as they are done today via the Domino Directory and Administrator client One or more directories are synchronized into SmartCloud Notes to provide common view of users, groups, policies, etc. By default, customer owns e-mail domains and receives all mail for those domains before routing to SmartCloud Notes MX records can be pointed directly at SmartCloud Notes with service agreement Outbound SMTP from SmartCloud Notes can be routed via alternate customer specified relay Internal Domino server handles directory replication (Domino 8.5.1 FP2 +) List of directory replicas to be replicated e.g. names.nsf, otherdomainnames.nsf, exdircat.nsf, etc. Remote access via directory assistance is not supported All directories need to be replicated to the directory synch server EDC's supported for mail routing and name picker only (can't be used for user selection for provisioning) Careful directory planning is needed prior to configuring your SmartCloud Notes company account
  • 21. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation In a hybrid environment in which some mail files are on SmartCloud Notes servers and some are on-premises on company Domino servers, Domino Administrators can use explicit group policies to ensure that all users have the same Notes client experience. Some policy settings are enforced for all SmartCloud Notes users and cannot be overridden by a group policy. Other policy settings can be set by customer administrators and applied using explicit group policies via policy documents that are in their on-premises Domino directory. On-premises Domino administrators cannot open the SmartCloud Notes policy to view the settings. However, from the Domino Administrator client, they can view a detailed summary of the effective policy settings by viewing a policy synopsis for a selected user or group. Administrative policies in the SmartCloud Notes service (see online documentation) Hybrid Environment - Policies
  • 22. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Version requirements for on-premises Domino Servers (Stand: Okt. 2014) Hybrid Configuration Software Version Requirements On-Premises Server Type Supported Versions ● Mail routing server (in the directory synchronization and mail routing domain) ● Lotus Domino 8.5.1 Fix Pack 2 ● Lotus Domino 8.5.2, 8.5.3 (or later) ● IBM Domino 9.0 (or later) ● Directory synchronization server (in the directory synchronization and mail routing domain) ● Lotus Domino 8.5.1 Fix Pack 2 ● Lotus Domino 8.5.2, 8.5.3 (or later) ● IBM Domino 9.0 (or later) ● Mail servers that request the free time of Cloud Notes users ● Lotus Domino 8.5.1 Fix Pack 2 ● Lotus Domino 8.5.2, 8.5.3 (or later) ● IBM Domino 9.0 (or later) ● Passthru domain servers ● Any supported version of Lotus Domino ● Use Lotus Domino 8.5.2 (or later) for fastest response time for connections from SmartCloud Notes to on-premises servers.
  • 23. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Most suitable for implementations where HA is not a requirement (e.g. pilot or smaller customer implementations) ● Single Domino domain ● Single Domino passthru server ● Single combined Domino mail routing and directory replication server Customer data flow: ● On-premises Domino directory sync occurs with SmartCloud Directory Sync Server replicating with replication hub server via the passthru server ● SmartCloud Notes NRPC mail from service users to on- premises users routed to mail hub via passthru server ● On-premises NRPC mail sent to SmartCloud Notes users routed from on-premises mail (hub) server(s) to the service NRPC mail hub via network load balancers “Hybrid” – Basic Architecture
  • 24. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Single Domino domain Up to two Domino servers acting in passthru roles Up to two Domino servers performing mail routing Up to two Domino servers for directory replication “Hybrid” – High Availability Implementation
  • 25. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Multiple Domino domains One domain designated as primary through which hybrid connectivity from SmartCloud Notes is achieved Other domains become subordinates in the context of mail routing, free-time lookup and directory replication Directory updates from downstream domains are replicated via the directory replication hubs in primarydomain Each domain is responsible to independently route mail directly to the SmartCloud Notes service. Note: Once the account is configured for the primary domain the customer creates group / connection documents for each additional domain in their environment. “Hybrid” – Multiple Domain Architecture
  • 26. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Single Domino domain Pair of customer data centers Pair of passthru servers (primaryin one data center and secondary in the other data center) Separate mail routing and directory replication hub servers in each data center Provides for both a level of local (within data center) resilience and DR protection in the event of data center failure “Hybrid” – Multiple Data Center Implementation
  • 27. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Hybrid “shim” domain inserted between SCN and multiple other existing domains Existing domains are all subordinate (route mail and replicate directory through) the “shim” domain Single passthru server (a second could be added for failover) Separate mail routing and directory replication hub servers Note: Once the account is configured for the shim domain the customer creates group / connection documents for each additional domain in their environment. “Hybrid” – ʻShimʼ Domain Between SCN & Existing Domains
  • 28. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Single Domino domain Single passthru server Single combined Domino mail routing and directory replication server Domino application and “hybrid” integration servers (like passthru) hosted on IBM SoftLayer or other IaaS providers No Domino servers on customer network Note: Customer DMZ and optional SoftLayer firewalls not shown “Hybrid” – Leveraging Infrastructure-as-a-Service for Domino Applications
  • 29. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation … ab in die Cloud Trial Analyse Pilot onboarding Kostenloser Test für Connections Cloud Verse Freemium DoubleCheck HealthCheck OPT Hybrid setup oder service only Pilot MOM Pilotgruppe Finaler hybrid setup Onboarding via MOM oder OPT / OTT Gruppenweises Onboarding (Grobschema bitte im konkreten Fall mit IBM Business Partner / IBM Technical Sales / ISSC absprechen)
  • 30. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Agenda ● Bluemix Introduction ● IBM Domino XPages Applications on Bluemix ● Social File Sharing Service based on Connections ● Bluemix – IBM's Cloud Platform
  • 31. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Bluemix - Platform as a Service Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Networking Storage Servers Virtualization Middleware Runtime Data Applications O/S Vendor managed Client managed On Premises Applications * see end of deck for more deployment options
  • 32. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation What is Bluemix? Bluemix is an open-standard, cloud-based platform for building, managing, and running applications of all types (web, mobile, big data, new smart devices, and so on)
  • 33. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation What Benefits does Bluemix provide? Hosting of applications in the cloud (obviously)
  • 34. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation What Benefits does Bluemix provide? Developers can focus on what they like to do most – coding
  • 35. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation What Benefits does Bluemix provide? Choices of runtimes
  • 36. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation What Benefits does Bluemix provide? Services, lots of services Web and application Mobile Data management Watson Analytics Internet of things Security Integration
  • 37. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation What other Benefits does Bluemix provide? Integration of on-premises applications DevOps for the entire application lifecycle Flexible pricing
  • 38. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation What Benefits does Bluemix provide? Auto Scalability
  • 39. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Domino XPages Runtime and Domino Data Service
  • 40. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Domino XPages Runtime ● Design NSFs contain only code, no data ● Design NSFs are deployed onto Bluemix and multiple application instances can be run ● Deployment can be done via a new plugin for Domino Designer
  • 41. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Domino XPages Runtime ● From design NSFs Bluemix services can be accessed via REST APIs or client libraries ● Data NSFs can be accessed via a new utility method “findDataBaseName”
  • 42. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Domino Data Service ● Data NSFs store only data and views ● Data NSFs can be accessed via REST APIs or via XPages data sources ● Each Bluemix developer gets his/her own data service instance provisioned including a Notes id to access the service
  • 43. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation XPages Boilerplate
  • 44. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
  • 45. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
  • 46. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Usage of the a Watson Service in XPages
  • 47. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
  • 48. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Usage of the SQL Service in XPages
  • 49. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
  • 50. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Access to Domino Directory for Authentication ● SAML ● LDAP identity bridge ● Third party solutions
  • 51. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Workload Scheduler Service ● Runs tasks on a scheduled basis ● Similar to the Domino agent manager
  • 52. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Why should you use XPages on Bluemix? ● To leverage other Bluemix services to build new apps rapidly ● To always have the state of the art XPages runtime at your fingertips ● To scale your apps and obtain true resiliency ● To leverage your XPages skills ● To host your applications easily in the cloud
  • 53. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Social Applications An application is made "social" when user actions on their artifacts can be propagated to other users based on their relationship to the artifacts and/or to the people acting on them enabling for the discovery of artifacts and people which otherwise would not take place
  • 54. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Integration of IBM Connections Cloud with Bluemix ● Based on IBM Connections Cloud: Social File Sharing ● Initially in experimental mode and targeting Java runtimes ● Uses trial organizations in IBM Connections Cloud ● Value ● Automatic provisioning and de-provisioning of organization and users ● Guidance, examples and documentation geared towards development of cloud based social applications
  • 55. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Social File Sharing Service
  • 56. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Social File Sharing Service
  • 57. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Photo Share Sample Application
  • 58. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation
  • 59. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Bluemix – IBM's Cloud Platform
  • 60. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Three Deployment Environments
  • 61. ICS.UG 2015 – Bremen © 2015 IBM Corporation Resources ● IBM Bluemix: bluemix.net ● IBM Bluemix News: bluemix.info ● IBM Bluemix Developers: developer.ibm.com/bluemix ● Samples: github.com/IBM-Bluemix ● Niklas Heidloff Blog: heidloff.net