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IBM Software Group
Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation
Integrating
the OSGi Service Oriented Architecture
into the Enterpris...
IBM Software Group
Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation
What is happening
in the Enterprise domain?
© 2003 IBM CorporationDiscover the advantage of Service Oriented Architecture
SOA on your terms and our expertise
WebSpher...
© 2003 IBM CorporationDiscover the advantage of Service Oriented Architecture
SOA on your terms and our expertise
WebSpher...
© 2003 IBM CorporationDiscover the advantage of Service Oriented Architecture
SOA on your terms and our expertise
WebSpher...
© 2003 IBM CorporationDiscover the advantage of Service Oriented Architecture
SOA on your terms and our expertise
WebSpher...
SOA on your terms and our expertise
WebSphere Live for SOA
IBM SOA Foundation Products
New! From IBM WebSphere software
We...
SOA on your terms and our expertise
WebSphere Live for SOA
New SOA Product for Extending to the Edge
What does WebSphere E...
IBM Software Group
Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation
What does this have to do with OSGi?
IBM Software Group | WebSphere software
WCTME Briefing © 2004 IBM Corporation
Extend SOA beyond the Data Center (the “Edge...
© copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved.
Programming Model
Client
Platform
Controller
Store
ModelView
Contr...
© copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved.
Managed Client Middleware
Extending to People, Places and Things
A...
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
Application Adapters
BUSINESS PROCESSES
Monitoring Workflows
Collaboration Services...
IBM Software Group
Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation
How is IBM delivering Enterprise
platforms based on OSGi ?
© copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved.
IBM Client Technologies
An architecture to enable the eco-system
E...
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
Client Technologies addresses “People, Places, and Things”
(extensions beyond the d...
IBM Client Technology
© 2003 IBM Corporation
Operating System (multiple)
Desktop PCs – Rich
Desktop User
Experience
Larger...
IBM Software Group
Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation
Products
Saber
© 2003 IBM Corporation
Packaging
– Runtime
• Pre-configured device middleware service platforms
• Components for (co...
IBM Client Technology
© 2003 IBM Corporation
Integrated Rich Client
Applications
Task focused LOB apps
“Embedded”
WCTME 5....
IBM Client Technology
© 2003 IBM Corporation
Integrated Rich Client
Applications
Task focused LOB apps
“Embedded”
Workplac...
IBM Software Group
SWG Client Family © 2002 IBM Corporation
WCTME 5.7.2 tools
WEME CLDC/MIDP
Enterprise
MIDP Tools
Web Ser...
IBM Software Group
SWG Client Family © 2002 IBM Corporation
WCTME 5.7.2 SDK
WEME 5.7 Core Capabilities
WEME
Tooling
3rd
Pa...
IBM Software Group
SWG Client Family © 2002 IBM Corporation
Virtual Machine
Class Library
Framework
MQTT
Micro
Broker
WebS...
Saber
© 2003 IBM Corporation
WED 6.0
DB2e 8.2
Cloudscape
MQe 2.0.1.8
Service
Framework
DB2e
Sync Server
MQe
DMS
Device
Age...
Saber
© 2003 IBM Corporation
WED 6.0 - Target Application Types
User Interaction Applications
– Eclipse RCP
– Web Applicat...
IBM Software Group
IBM WebSphere Everyplace Deployment for Windows and Linux 6.0 © 2005 IBM Corporation
Rational
Applicati...
WebSphere Software | IBM Software Group
© 2005 IBM Corporation
WebSphere ED 6.0 Client Toolkit
Bundle Developer Kit
– Repl...
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
End-to-End Application Samples (Source)
Order Entry
► Simple application for orderi...
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
Sample Applications
“Solution Apps”
WebSphere ED 6.0
IBM Software Group | WebSphere Software
WCTME Briefing © 2005 IBM Corporation
Example Application: Order Entry
View
(JSP’s...
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
Mobile Adjuster
“Solution Apps”
WebSphere ED 6.0
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
Mobile Adjuster End-to-End
“Solution Apps”
WebSphere ED 6.0
© copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved.
Banking Opportunity
Architecturally, it looks like the retail stor...
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
Open Financial Network
“Solution Apps”
WebSphere ED 6.0
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
Example Application “Solution Apps”
WebSphere ED 6.0
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
CUSTOMER
ACCOUNT
ACCTHSITORY
COREBANKDB
CUSTOMER
ACCOUNT
ACCTHSITORY
CUSTOMER
ACCOU...
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
“Rich Collaboration”
WMC 2.5
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
“Rich Collaboration”
WMC 2.5
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
“Rich Collaboration”
WMC 2.5
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
“Rich Collaboration”
WMC 2.5
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
“Rich Collaboration”
WMC 2.5
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
“Rich Collaboration”
WMC 2.5
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
“Rich Collaboration”
WMC 2.5
IBM Software Group
Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation
Some other cool stuff
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
pSeries Virtual Partition Manager
List Partition Status
Create Partitions
Partition...
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
Eclipse / OSGi Synergy continues
Equinox reborn
► Standalone OSGi project in Eclips...
Client Strategy
© 2005 IBM Corporation
Mobile Adjuster exploiting eRCP/MEG (same application)
Nokia SDK
“Solution
Apps”
“E...
IBM Software Group
Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation
Summary
IBM SWG Client Strategy
© 2004 IBM Corporation
SOA Extended “beyond the Data Center”
Enabling People, Places, Things
WED 6...
IBM Software Group
Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation
What should
the OSGi Alliance do next?
© copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved.
Client side middleware industry
standards
• Technical completeness...
IBM Software Group
SWG Client Family © 2002 IBM Corporation
Some suggestions…
Technical
Establish, endorse an application ...
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Keynote - Integrating the OSGi Service-Oriented Architecture into the Enterprise - Jim Colson, Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect, IBM Client Software & Pervasive Computing

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Keynote - Integrating the OSGi Service-Oriented Architecture into the Enterprise - Jim Colson, Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect, IBM Client Software & Pervasive Computing

  1. 1. IBM Software Group Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation Integrating the OSGi Service Oriented Architecture into the Enterprise Jim Colson Distinguished Engineer Chief Architect – Client Software
  2. 2. IBM Software Group Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation What is happening in the Enterprise domain?
  3. 3. © 2003 IBM CorporationDiscover the advantage of Service Oriented Architecture SOA on your terms and our expertise WebSphere Live for SOA 3 … a service? A repeatable business task – e.g., check customer credit; open new account … service orientation? A way of integrating your business as linked services and the outcomes that they bring … service oriented architecture (SOA)? An IT architectural style that supports service orientation … a composite application? A set of related & integrated services that support a business process built on an SOA SOA is Hot! But what does it mean in the Enterprise?
  4. 4. © 2003 IBM CorporationDiscover the advantage of Service Oriented Architecture SOA on your terms and our expertise WebSphere Live for SOA 4 Traditional Business* Today’s World-Class Business* *Sources: CBDi Economics: globalization demands flexibility Business processes: changing quickly and sometimes outsourced Growth: at the top of the CEO agenda Reusable assets: can cut costs Information: greater availability Crucial for flexibility and becoming an On Demand Business Why SOA for business flexibility and reuse?
  5. 5. © 2003 IBM CorporationDiscover the advantage of Service Oriented Architecture SOA on your terms and our expertise WebSphere Live for SOA 5 What are the core Enterprise SOA elements? Coming together under Service Oriented Architecture Skills - assistance, and best practices Flexible, robust infrastructure that reuses existing IT assets Applications Industry know-how and best practices linked to business
  6. 6. © 2003 IBM CorporationDiscover the advantage of Service Oriented Architecture SOA on your terms and our expertise WebSphere Live for SOA 6 How are Enterprises thinking (technically) about SOA? The SOA Lifecycle Gather requirements Model & Simulate Design Discover Construct & Test Compose Integrate people Integrate processes Manage and integrate information Manage applications & services Manage identity & compliance Monitor business metrics Financial transparency Business/IT alignment Process control
  7. 7. SOA on your terms and our expertise WebSphere Live for SOA IBM SOA Foundation Products New! From IBM WebSphere software WebSphere Business Modeler WebSphere Integration Developer WebSphere Process Server WebSphere Business Monitor Simple to use process modeling for the business analyst to help maximize process and business resource re-use Easy-to-use integration to simplify and speed the assembly of composite applications Flexible deployment of business processes, making plug-and- play of components a reality Real-time visibility into process performance enabling process intervention and continuous improvement WebSphere ESB Connectivity infrastructure for integrating applications and services to power your SOA WebSphere Everyplace Deployment Extend SOA onto desktops, laptops, mobile, and embedded
  8. 8. SOA on your terms and our expertise WebSphere Live for SOA New SOA Product for Extending to the Edge What does WebSphere ED do? Extends SOA onto Desktops, Laptops, Mobile and Embedded Enhances traditional browser-based user interfaces Provides advanced user interfaces “beyond the browser” Business Value: Efficient reuse of common skills and assets all the way to the edge Better human and machine integration to business processes Move business processes closer to the business problem Increased process availability via disconnected operations Support for SOA: Symmetric services out to the Edge (e.g.: Web Services) Dynamically composable managed platform Based on open standards Same programming model as the rest of the SOA family WebSphere Everyplace Deployment
  9. 9. IBM Software Group Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation What does this have to do with OSGi?
  10. 10. IBM Software Group | WebSphere software WCTME Briefing © 2004 IBM Corporation Extend SOA beyond the Data Center (the “Edge”) Better (faster and consistent) response time on the Web based UI "Richer" UI than available in a Browser Ability to integrate existing "Client based" applications into their web applications Local business process execution (enabling mobility if needed) “…Growing trend back from browser- based thin clients to something in the middle – richer, smart clients…” Source: Giga: Return to the Rich Clients 2005 2002 “48% of 2005 enterprise desktops deployed will be rich clients…”
  11. 11. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Programming Model Client Platform Controller Store ModelView Controller Store ModelView Controller Store ModelView Server Platform(s) Dynamically manageable Platform Applications Configuration “Disconnectable” operations Desktops and appliances Preserve Roles Development Deployment Richer experiences Local Interactions Alternate View/Control choices Mediator Mediator Mediator Intermediate Tiers End Point SOA is the composition model for the MVC patterns across topologies
  12. 12. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Managed Client Middleware Extending to People, Places and Things Application Adapters BUSINESS PROCESSES Monitoring Workflows Collaboration Services Rich client Browser INFORMATION Data &, ContentIntegration Search, Analysis Enabled via one architectural model, one programming model, one consistent tool set Industrial Controller Telematics Controller Smart Phone/PDA Smartcard Banking ATM Laptop PEOPLE, PLACES, THINGS
  13. 13. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation Application Adapters BUSINESS PROCESSES Monitoring Workflows Collaboration Services Rich client Browser INFORMATION Data &, ContentIntegration Search, Analysis Industrial Controller Telematics Controller Smart Phone/PDA Smartcard Banking ATM Laptop PEOPLE, PLACES, THINGS Controller Model Managed “Client” Middleware Extending to People, Places and Things via OSGi technologies Client Platform Controller Stor e Mod e l View Controller Stor e Mod e l View Controller Stor e Mod e l View Server Platform Mediator Mediator Mediator End Point View Enabled via one architectural model, one programming model, one consistent tool set
  14. 14. IBM Software Group Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation How is IBM delivering Enterprise platforms based on OSGi ?
  15. 15. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. IBM Client Technologies An architecture to enable the eco-system Edge Data Center Access Services Platform Management System Data Center Infrastructure Mobile PlatformSolutions Managed Client Services Telematics Factory Home Office Interaction Services
  16. 16. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation Client Technologies addresses “People, Places, and Things” (extensions beyond the data center) EMBEDDED Extend/Enhance platform programmability to enable human and machine integration to/from enterprise and business processes to improve efficiency and effectiveness SOLUTION APPLICATIONS Extend/Enhance human and machine integration to/from enterprise and business processes to improve efficiency and effectiveness RICH COLLABORATION Extend/Enhance collaboration between humans involved in enterprise and business processes to improve efficiency & effectiveness “Platform Integrator” “Technical Construction” “Self Service” Developer Skill: Developer Skill: Developer Skill: Enable Integrate Collaborate OSGi
  17. 17. IBM Client Technology © 2003 IBM Corporation Operating System (multiple) Desktop PCs – Rich Desktop User Experience Larger Mobile Devices (Laptops, Tablet PC’s, PDA’s, Smart phones) – Rich Mobile User Experience MIDP Phones – Basic Mobile User Experience Embedded - No Local User Experience Function,RicherUI Footprint,Packaging Client Technologies Access Services (Web Services, MQe, DB2e, Web Container, ...) Interaction Services (Browser, GUI, eVV, Multimodal, …) Managed Client Services and Platform Mgmt (J9, Service Framework, Device Agent, …) Collaboration Services “Rich Collaboration” “Solution Apps” “Embedded” Single Consistent Framework
  18. 18. IBM Software Group Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation Products
  19. 19. Saber © 2003 IBM Corporation Packaging – Runtime • Pre-configured device middleware service platforms • Components for (composition/extension) of (new/existing) platforms – Tooling • Packaging for platform composition • Development for application creation • Analysis for optimization • Porting kits for movement
  20. 20. IBM Client Technology © 2003 IBM Corporation Integrated Rich Client Applications Task focused LOB apps “Embedded” WCTME 5.7.2 {WEDM, MQe, DB2e, WAS} “Solution Apps” WED (client) 6.0 {WED (server) 6.0} “Rich Collaboration” WMC 2.5* WCS 2.5 + {Domino 7.0} Portfolio {optional} * GA 4Q05
  21. 21. IBM Client Technology © 2003 IBM Corporation Integrated Rich Client Applications Task focused LOB apps “Embedded” Workplace Client Technology Micro Edition 5.7.2 (WCTME) {WEDM, MQe, DB2e, WAS} “Solution Apps” WebSphere Everyplace Deployment (client) 6.0 (WED) {WED (server) 6.0} “Rich Collaboration” Workplace Managed Client 2.5* (WMC) WCS 2.5 + {Domino 7.0} Portfolio for “the Edge” {optional} * GA 4Q05
  22. 22. IBM Software Group SWG Client Family © 2002 IBM Corporation WCTME 5.7.2 tools WEME CLDC/MIDP Enterprise MIDP Tools Web Services for MIDP WSSD/AD J2EE Extension Services (includes Web Services) WSDD ME Toolkit Complimentary Elements J2EE Tooling Application Tools for Extension Services eSWT Eclipse WSDD WEME CDC/F/PBP/PP, OSGi MEE , J2SE SMF Bundle Development Kit Advanced mobile handhelds, tablets, laptops, desktopsMIDP mobile handhelds WCTME 5.x IDE “Embedded” WCTME 5.7.2
  23. 23. IBM Software Group SWG Client Family © 2002 IBM Corporation WCTME 5.7.2 SDK WEME 5.7 Core Capabilities WEME Tooling 3rd Party Tooling Launching UEI Analyzing Link / Compile WCTME 5.7 CD Licenses (LPP and OEM) WSDD 5.7 (LPP) Supports development for WEME LPP’s IBM WebSphere Everyplace Device Developer Technologies IBM WebSphere Everyplace Custom Environment IBM Micro Environment Toolkit for WebSphere Studio IBM WebSphere Everyplace Device Developer Technologies IBM WebSphere Everyplace Custom Environment IBM Micro Environment Toolkit for WebSphere Studio WebSphere Everyplace Micro Environment Runtimes for QNX IBM WebSphere Everyplace Micro Environment IBM WebSphere Everyplace Device Developer Tooling Update Sites Forum Nokia WCTME 5.7.1 GA August 30, 2004 (International) WCTME 5.7.2 GA January, 2004 (International) WM2003 MIDP LPP Palm MIDP LPP WM2003 Foundation/PP LPP Sharp Zaurus Foundation/PP LPP Licensable Program Products “Embedded” WCTME 5.7.2
  24. 24. IBM Software Group SWG Client Family © 2002 IBM Corporation Virtual Machine Class Library Framework MQTT Micro Broker WebSphere ED (Client) 6.0 Managed Client Services Access Services Interaction Services Middleware Shell JMS MQe JDBC DB2e/Cloudscape XML Parsing Web Services OSGi Services Transaction Container Web Container Servlet/JSP OSGi Device Agent SyncML Framework JNDI bridge Core Extension Point Framework JFace SWT Generic UI frame Update Manager Help UI (with Lucene) Workbench UI Web Application View with SWT Browser Component Application Launcher/Switcher Preference Pages Enterprise and ISV Applications “Solution Apps” WebSphere ED 6.0
  25. 25. Saber © 2003 IBM Corporation WED 6.0 DB2e 8.2 Cloudscape MQe 2.0.1.8 Service Framework DB2e Sync Server MQe DMS Device Agent 1.8 J2SE 1.4.2 Web Services Web Services Consume and publish Web Services Synchronize relational data Send and receive secure transactions Install and maintain software DB DB User Services WebSphere ED v6.0 - End-to-End Components Application 1 Application 2 Application 3 Application N . . . WED 6.0 WAS 6.0 DB2 or LDAP WCTME-EO 5.8.1 WCTME 5.7.x Integrated Administration 1. “Embedded”2. “Solution Apps”2. “Solution Apps” “Solution Apps” WebSphere ED 6.0
  26. 26. Saber © 2003 IBM Corporation WED 6.0 - Target Application Types User Interaction Applications – Eclipse RCP – Web Applications (JSP 1.2/Servlet 2.3, JSP 2.0/Servlet 2.4, Struts, JSF) Database Applications EJB Applications (subset of EJB 2.0 appropriate for clients) Messaging Applications Web Services Applications – Applications Consume Web Services (JSR 172) – Applications Provide Web Services – IBM Extensions (e.g. security, etc.) OSGi (R3) End to end – Connected and Disconnected Operations for all Application Types “Solution Apps” WebSphere ED 6.0
  27. 27. IBM Software Group IBM WebSphere Everyplace Deployment for Windows and Linux 6.0 © 2005 IBM Corporation Rational Application Developer 6.0.1 Rational Web Developer 6.0.1 WebSphere Everyplace Client Toolkit Eclipse 3.0.2 Visual Editor Integrated Development Environment End to End Applications WebSphere Everyplace Deployment - IDE “Solution Apps” WebSphere ED 6.0
  28. 28. WebSphere Software | IBM Software Group © 2005 IBM Corporation WebSphere ED 6.0 Client Toolkit Bundle Developer Kit – Replacement for SMF Bundle Development Tools – Extends Eclipse PDE Tooling – Updated manifest editor – Platform profiles Application Tools – Extend the RWD Web Tools – Bundle Web Project – Allows JSPs to be packaged for the embedded Web Container – Server 2.3 and 2.4 support – JSP 1.2 and 2.0 support – JSF Tag library 1.2 support – Struts support Transaction Container Tools – Extends the RAD EJB Tools – Bundle Transaction Container Project – Embedded deployment descriptor editor – Allows packaging and deployment of RAD EJBs to the embedded transaction container – Subset of full EJB 2.0 support Web Services Tools – Client stub generator tool – Expose OSGi services as Web Services – WS-Security Platform Builder – Allow OEMs to package applications and custom platform for easy deployment – Wizard and editor to manage configuration – Produces a platform containing • User selectable platform libraries • Use applications and bundles • Optional inclusion of JVM • User selectable workbench – PreReq verification – Configuration of startup parameters Samples – Placed in Samples Gallery – Showcase, Application, and Technology Samples “Solution Apps” WebSphere ED 6.0
  29. 29. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation End-to-End Application Samples (Source) Order Entry ► Simple application for ordering bottles/cans from three stores ► Two forms (rich UI, Web UI) with shared business logic Mobile Adjuster ► Insurance Adjuster capabilities ► Coding best-practices ► Implements the browser user interface pattern Open Financial Network ► Bank branch teller capabilities ► Coding best-practices ► Implements the rich client user interface pattern “Solution Apps” WebSphere ED 6.0
  30. 30. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation Sample Applications “Solution Apps” WebSphere ED 6.0
  31. 31. IBM Software Group | WebSphere Software WCTME Briefing © 2005 IBM Corporation Example Application: Order Entry View (JSP’s) JDBC (DB2e) JMS (MQe) HTTP Service Framework J9 JVM Client Platform Management Services Sync / Data Services Messaging Services WAS Server Platform Enterprise Application Order Entry Model Logic (Session Bean) Web View/Controller Request App Deliver App (and platform) Orders Confirmations Shipped Status •Create order •Submit order •Get order status •Inventory orders •Get order status •Manage orders OnlineOnlineOnline OSGi Device Agent Controller (Servlet) GUI View (eSWT) Controller eSWT Browser Web Container Service Model (Object) - Or - - Or - “Solution Apps” WebSphere ED 6.0
  32. 32. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation Mobile Adjuster “Solution Apps” WebSphere ED 6.0
  33. 33. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation Mobile Adjuster End-to-End “Solution Apps” WebSphere ED 6.0
  34. 34. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Banking Opportunity Architecturally, it looks like the retail store topology Central Site Teller Platform Centralized Servers Branch Internet Call Center Financial Adviser Backend Systems Branch Server ATMs
  35. 35. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation Open Financial Network “Solution Apps” WebSphere ED 6.0
  36. 36. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation Example Application “Solution Apps” WebSphere ED 6.0
  37. 37. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation CUSTOMER ACCOUNT ACCTHSITORY COREBANKDB CUSTOMER ACCOUNT ACCTHSITORY CUSTOMER ACCOUNT ACCTHSITORY COREBANKDB COREBANKMIRROR DB COREBANK MIRROR DB CustomerEJB CMP AccountEJB CMP Account HistoryEJB BMP Corebank WebserviceProvider Corebank WSDL Corebank Server Client Proxy WebSphere Application Server v6.0.0.2 WebSphere Everyplace Deployment for Windows® and Linux DB2e Sync Server v8.2.1 Is Online Corebank Local Client Proxy Corebank Local Webservice Provider Customer/ Account Queries DB2 Sync over HTTP Yes No Bank Teller Rich Client Application Corebank ClientService CorebankMDB MDB MQ Server v5.3 or v6.0 MQe Server v2.0.1.8 DB2e Client v8.2.1 DB2 UDB v8.2.2 MQe Client v2.0.1.8COREBANK Local DB SOAP over HTTP JMS over TCP/IP InputQ (Local) OutputQ (Remote) InputQ (Local) OutputQ (Remote) Transactions Msg request Transactions Msg response Transactions Msg request Transactions Msg response Corebank Stateless Session Bean StoreQ(Local) Server Store Q hold messages for clients, until clients pull them MQe to MQ Bridge Open Financial Network End-to-End “Solution Apps” WebSphere ED 6.0
  38. 38. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation “Rich Collaboration” WMC 2.5
  39. 39. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation “Rich Collaboration” WMC 2.5
  40. 40. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation “Rich Collaboration” WMC 2.5
  41. 41. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation “Rich Collaboration” WMC 2.5
  42. 42. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation “Rich Collaboration” WMC 2.5
  43. 43. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation “Rich Collaboration” WMC 2.5
  44. 44. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation “Rich Collaboration” WMC 2.5
  45. 45. IBM Software Group Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation Some other cool stuff
  46. 46. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation pSeries Virtual Partition Manager List Partition Status Create Partitions Partition Management Etc. pSeries “Hypervisor” Hosting Partition Hosted Hosted Hosted Hosted HMC pBlade Create and Manage Virtual Partitions “Embedded” WebSphere ED Inside
  47. 47. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation Eclipse / OSGi Synergy continues Equinox reborn ► Standalone OSGi project in Eclipse ► Open to implementing all OSGi services ► Extracted and available w/o RCP (UI/App Model) Embedded RCP ► Eclipse technology project to investigate use of RCP in “embedded” (ie, Small) – eSWT and SWT Mobile Extensions – Runtime based on OSGi and Eclipse Extension Point Framework – eJFace – eWorkbench – eUpdate Manager – Thorough test suites to validate independent implementations ► Target dates – eSWT and SWT Mobile Extensions 1.0 - Nov, 2005 – eRCP 1.0 Dec, 2005 ► Key Committers – Nokia, Motorola, IBM
  48. 48. Client Strategy © 2005 IBM Corporation Mobile Adjuster exploiting eRCP/MEG (same application) Nokia SDK “Solution Apps” “Embedded” Mobile Office
  49. 49. IBM Software Group Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation Summary
  50. 50. IBM SWG Client Strategy © 2004 IBM Corporation SOA Extended “beyond the Data Center” Enabling People, Places, Things WED 6.0 WMC 2.6 WMC X.Y EO 5.8.1 ME 5.7.2 Enabled by OSGi Embedded Solution Apps Rich Collaboration
  51. 51. IBM Software Group Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation What should the OSGi Alliance do next?
  52. 52. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Client side middleware industry standards • Technical completeness requires specification of the following: – Data Formats – Communication Protocols that deliver and consume those Data Formats – Programming Interfaces – declarative "Service" interfaces – imperative bindings • Interoperability completeness requires the following: – Control (fair and transparent multi-lateral governance) – Completeness (see above) – Compliance (uniform adherence to the specs that maximizes interoperation) – Cost (equitable licensing of essential IPR; brand value flows equally to all "members") SOA requires “Client” side middleware industry standards
  53. 53. IBM Software Group SWG Client Family © 2002 IBM Corporation Some suggestions… Technical Establish, endorse an application model or models MIDP – OAT is a good start for Mobile Consumer (“a better MIDP”) Eclipse (e)RCP should be embraced for Enterprise Define a seamless model for robustness on an appropriate timetable Improve intra-process (VM) support Recognize that multi-processes are required (and inevitable) establish an upward compatible model (eventing, pub/sub, ESB integration) Add declarative (language neutral) interfaces Begin establishing other language bindings Embrace Web Services Organizational Establish clear relationships to other bodies (some of this is done, but not well known) OASIS, OMA, Eclipse, etc. Overhaul the OSGi messaging and focus – it is not a simple fix Think (hard) about where OSGi is getting traction Name / Mission Statement / Web Presence / Etc. Nothing should be out of bounds! You have created a foundational GEM… It is time to “cut, polish and mount” for maximum luster!
  54. 54. IBM Software Group Jim Colson © 2002 IBM Corporation

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