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June 10-11, 2008 Berlin, Germany
What OSGi offers to mobile
enterprise developers
Joachim Ritter, ProSyst
2
•  Explain how Mobile OSGi is positioned in the
market of mobile application platforms
•  Explain how mobile enterprise ...
3
Scope
•  Focus on mobile enterprise application market
Definition
•  Term Mobile OSGi is used for
•  OSGi R4.x MEG or JS...
4
The mobile enterprise market place
and how Mobile OSGi fits
into the picture
5
The Business Case: Big Time!
•  Total US mobile enterprise application service
revenues to grow from $9b in 2007 to $13b...
6
Needs of mobile enterprise developers
Security
• Secure runtime system
• Data security
• Protocol security
• Robustness
...
7
Market Ecosystem: Complex structures
Operator
SW Vendors
Aggregator
Business
User
Enterprise
Private
User
Device OEM
App...
8
Technology
Fragmentation
Q3 2007
•  OS Platforms
•  Symbian
•  S60, UIQ, FOMA
•  Linux
•  LiMo, LiPs, Qtopia…
•  Access
...
9
•  Application Platforms
•  MIDP 2
•  Qualcom Brew
•  Eclipse eRCP
•  Adobe Flash
•  Adobe AIR
•  Nokia Web Runtime
•  Y...
10
Conclusion on the market space
•  The Problem:
•  Broad range of advanced technical requirements
•  Very complex and ra...
11
Where Mobile OSGi fits in
Phone
Operating System
Application
Execution
Environment
Remote
Access
Applications
Mobile
OS...
12
Technical Review:
What Mobile OSGi has to offer
13
OSGi R4 Mobile Specification
OSGi Core Framework & Service Registry
Configuration MO
Log MO
Monitor MO
Deployment MO
Po...
14
Mobile OSGi: High Level Architecture
Native
Java
CDC VM
Foundation Profile
Shell
Cert Store
Installer
Handlers
AMS
Mobi...
15
•  Component & Service model – ready for middleware
•  Security model, dynamic policy model
•  Support for any applicat...
16
•  Component based deployment model
•  SOA-in-the-VM model
Key feature: Compon. & Service Model
JSR
JSR
Monolithic
MIDl...
17
•  Security model based on Java 2
•  Permissions are managed through Permission-
Admin and ConditionalPermissionAdmin
•...
18
•  OSGi ApplicationAdmin enables different app
models to map apps into the service registry
•  OSGi acts as “meta conta...
19
Key feature: Multi App Model Support, cont.
•  Eclipse eRCP / eSWT (one option):
•  Embedded version of Eclipse Rich Cl...
20
Key feature: Multi App Model Support, cont.
•  New App models will emerge: Server in the Pocket
Browser
Http Service
Yo...
21
Key feature: Remote Management
Mgmt Server
• Device mgmt
• Provisioning
Your
Enterprise
Mgmt Server
• App mgmt
• Provis...
22
Remote Management: Domains
Source: Sprint Titan Slides
Your
Enterprise
• Application provisioning
• Application life-cy...
23
•  In OMA-DM, all device capabilities and data points are
kept in a tree like structure, the Device Management
Tree (DM...
24
Remote Management: Management Tree
Source: Sprint Titan Slides
Native
DMT
Native OMA-DM Client
Mobile OSGi
DMT
Java OMA...
25
Remote Management: OMA-DM Message
<SyncML>
<SyncHdr>
<VerDTD>1.2</VerDTD>
<VerProto>DM/1.2</VerProto>
<SessionID>11a76b...
26
•  Best chance of cross-platform portability of
applications – CDC/FP provides the base
•  Leveraging Java programmer r...
27
Technical Review:
How OSGi compares to
other technologies
28
Needs of mobile enterprise developers, revisited
Security
Application Environment
Mobile Device Management
Toolset
• Se...
29
Mobile OSGi Tooling Support provided by Sprint
Development Host
Target Device DM Server Host
OMA-DM
Server SW
Repositor...
30
•  Still it can’t be run on all devices
•  CDC/FP=3MB + OSGi=1.2MB + Service=1.3MB = Total=5.5MB
•  eRCP/eSWT + simple ...
31
Next Steps!
32
•  Sprint offers a complete Mobile OSGi stack
for download (WinMobile based):
•  http://developer.sprint.com
•  http://...
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What OSGi technology offers to mobile enterprise developers - Jo Ritter, ProSyst

  1. 1. June 10-11, 2008 Berlin, Germany What OSGi offers to mobile enterprise developers Joachim Ritter, ProSyst
  2. 2. 2 •  Explain how Mobile OSGi is positioned in the market of mobile application platforms •  Explain how mobile enterprise developers benefit from using Mobile OSGi. Objectives of this Talk
  3. 3. 3 Scope •  Focus on mobile enterprise application market Definition •  Term Mobile OSGi is used for •  OSGi R4.x MEG or JSR 232 stacks •  eRCP stacks including R4 OSGi •  Requires J2ME CDC + Foundation Profile
  4. 4. 4 The mobile enterprise market place and how Mobile OSGi fits into the picture
  5. 5. 5 The Business Case: Big Time! •  Total US mobile enterprise application service revenues to grow from $9b in 2007 to $13b in 2012. [1] •  “… mobility management services revenues to grow at a CAGR of 81% through 2013 to total of $30b” [2] [1] Source: Insight Research Corporation, http://www.insight-corp.com [2] Source: ABI Research, http://www.abiresearch.com/abiprdisplay.jsp?pressid=1030
  6. 6. 6 Needs of mobile enterprise developers Security • Secure runtime system • Data security • Protocol security • Robustness Application Environment • Portability across many platforms • Rich UI capabilities • Adjustable device policy • Component & SOA model • Enabled for middleware • Access to device functionality Mobile Device Management • Application Lifecycle Management • Configuration & Policy Management • Remote Diagnostics & Assistance • Data synchronization • Device lock and data wipe Toolset • One IDE for mobile & non-mobile • Leverage existing server or desktop frameworks (i.e. RCP, JMS, …) • On-device debugging & profiling • Device Emulation
  7. 7. 7 Market Ecosystem: Complex structures Operator SW Vendors Aggregator Business User Enterprise Private User Device OEM App Developer Service Provider Standardization Bodies Middleware Developer
  8. 8. 8 Technology Fragmentation Q3 2007 •  OS Platforms •  Symbian •  S60, UIQ, FOMA •  Linux •  LiMo, LiPs, Qtopia… •  Access •  Win Mobile •  <v6.1, >=v6.1 •  RIM •  Apple iPhone •  Google Android •  Others
  9. 9. 9 •  Application Platforms •  MIDP 2 •  Qualcom Brew •  Eclipse eRCP •  Adobe Flash •  Adobe AIR •  Nokia Web Runtime •  Yahoo Go! •  Plain old Browser Model •  Coming: MIDP 3 •  Coming: Sun JavaFX •  Coming: Google Android •  Coming: Apple iPhone Technology Fragmentation, cont. •  Remote Access Protocols •  OMA-CP •  OMA-DM, SCOMO, FUMO •  OMA-DS / Sync-ML •  WAP-Push •  etc. All that combined with dimension of versions, country specifics, operator & OEMS specifics, etc. gives a HUGE combination matrix of existing runtime platforms
  10. 10. 10 Conclusion on the market space •  The Problem: •  Broad range of advanced technical requirements •  Very complex and rapidly changing eco-system •  High fragmentation in available technologies •  Huge diversity of different device configurations •  Challenges to Enterprises: •  Selection of the right target platform(s) for their apps •  Remote manageability of those platforms •  Sustainability of their investments
  11. 11. 11 Where Mobile OSGi fits in Phone Operating System Application Execution Environment Remote Access Applications Mobile OSGi By combining some of the platform elements and by making them available cross-platform, Mobile OSGi de-fragments the market!
  12. 12. 12 Technical Review: What Mobile OSGi has to offer
  13. 13. 13 OSGi R4 Mobile Specification OSGi Core Framework & Service Registry Configuration MO Log MO Monitor MO Deployment MO Policy MO Application Model MO DMTAdminService OMA DM Adaptor Other Protocol Adaptor Log Service Config Admin Service Metatype Service IO Connector Service Declarative Services Event Admin Service Deployment Admin Service Auto Configuration Application Admin Service Mobile Conditions Service Monitor Admin Service Service Tracker XML Parser Service ForeignApplicationAccess ApplicationContainers Applications Additional OSGi Services (eg. Perm. Admin, Package Admin, …)
  14. 14. 14 Mobile OSGi: High Level Architecture Native Java CDC VM Foundation Profile Shell Cert Store Installer Handlers AMS Mobile OSGi JSRs eSWT OMA-DM Client MIDP2 eRCP Cont. Midlet Cont.Xlet Cont. App1 App2 Bundle DPJNIxyz
  15. 15. 15 •  Component & Service model – ready for middleware •  Security model, dynamic policy model •  Support for any application model •  Remote manageability out of the box •  Java (CDC or higher) language, JNI •  It’s a standard (in case that still matters to you…) Key features of Mobile OSGi
  16. 16. 16 •  Component based deployment model •  SOA-in-the-VM model Key feature: Compon. & Service Model JSR JSR Monolithic MIDlet Application Java Native CLDC/MIDP 2 Process Java Native JSR JSR JNI App Service Provider Std Srv. Std Srv. App GUI Library App Logic Utility Mobile OSGi process (always on)
  17. 17. 17 •  Security model based on Java 2 •  Permissions are managed through Permission- Admin and ConditionalPermissionAdmin •  Static device policy definition mapped into dynamic model •  Device policy can be changed and tailored to the specific needs of your enterprise (provided the operator grants you that privilige) Key feature: Security & Policy Model
  18. 18. 18 •  OSGi ApplicationAdmin enables different app models to map apps into the service registry •  OSGi acts as “meta container” for applications and abstracts the app model specifics •  This enables: •  New powerful app models can be introduced, even post shipment •  Developers can pick the model they like best •  End users get seamless experience on the phone, one front-end to all apps, regardless their types Key feature: Multi App Model Support
  19. 19. 19 Key feature: Multi App Model Support, cont. •  Eclipse eRCP / eSWT (one option): •  Embedded version of Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) and UI Toolkit (SWT) •  Apps inherit native application look and feel •  Deployable to a range of devices •  Desktops, handhelds, cell phones •  Support for Win32, Windows Mobile, WinCE, Nokia S60 •  Future support for GTK and Qte •  eRCP apps can also run on RCP •  Samples available at www.eclipse.org/ercp
  20. 20. 20 Key feature: Multi App Model Support, cont. •  New App models will emerge: Server in the Pocket Browser Http Service Your app business logic Resources Location API Bluetooth API … FlashLite Phone Mobile OSGi
  21. 21. 21 Key feature: Remote Management Mgmt Server • Device mgmt • Provisioning Your Enterprise Mgmt Server • App mgmt • Provisioning • Configuration • Support Source: Sprint Titan Slides •  Concept of management domains
  22. 22. 22 Remote Management: Domains Source: Sprint Titan Slides Your Enterprise • Application provisioning • Application life-cycle • Configuration Mmgt • Remote & local Monitoring • Remote Support • Device provisioning • Network provisioning • Application provisioning New with Titan: • Remote customer care • Trouble shooting • Config Mgmt Operator Native Apps MyApps MyDB
  23. 23. 23 •  In OMA-DM, all device capabilities and data points are kept in a tree like structure, the Device Management Tree (DMT). •  OSGi has defined DMTs for many functional areas: •  Application life-cycle management •  Log Service & Monitoring •  Configuration Admin •  Policy Management •  Developers can extend the DMT with their own subtree. Extensions can be deployed on the fly! •  Fine grained security concept by ACL for each tree node. Use case: operators can grant enterprises partial access to the DMT Remote Management: OMA-DM & DMT OSGi Spec: DTM Admin
  24. 24. 24 Remote Management: Management Tree Source: Sprint Titan Slides Native DMT Native OMA-DM Client Mobile OSGi DMT Java OMA-DM Client Mobile OSGi Your Custom DMT Extension Bundle(s) OMA-DM Mobile Device Mgmt Server Option: Your Custom Management Agent
  25. 25. 25 Remote Management: OMA-DM Message <SyncML> <SyncHdr> <VerDTD>1.2</VerDTD> <VerProto>DM/1.2</VerProto> <SessionID>11a76b4234a4</SessionID> <MsgID>35</MsgID> <Target> <LocURI>dancho-006</LocURI> </Target> <Source> <LocURI>http://localhost:9090/syncml-dm?mPRM425</LocURI> </Source> </SyncHdr> <SyncBody> <Status> <CmdID>1</CmdID> <MsgRef>35</MsgRef> <CmdRef>0</CmdRef> <Cmd>SyncHdr</Cmd> <Data>212</Data> </Status> <Sequence> <CmdID>2</CmdID> <Add> <CmdID>3</CmdID> <Item> <Target> <LocURI>./OSGi/Deployment/Download/ISEL0QGUZJ</LocURI> </Target> <Meta> <Format xmlns='syncml:metinf' >node</Format> </Meta> </Item> </Add> <Replace> <CmdID>4</CmdID> <Meta> <Format xmlns='syncml:metinf' >chr</Format> <Type xmlns='syncml:metinf' >text/plain</Type> </Meta> <Item> <Target> <LocURI>./OSGi/Deployment/Download/ISEL0QGUZJ/URI</LocURI> </Target> <Data>http://localhost:9090/syncml-dl/BIDFHAG1ISR</Data> </Item> <Item> <Target> <LocURI>./OSGi/Deployment/Download/ISEL0QGUZJ/ID</LocURI> </Target> <Data>ISEL0QGUZJ</Data> </Item> </Replace> <Exec> <CmdID>5</CmdID> <Correlator>FG0WJHUB-GRF</Correlator> <Item> <Target> <LocURI>./OSGi/Deployment/Download/ISEL0QGUZJ/Operations/ DownloadAndInstallAndActivate</LocURI> </Target> </Item> </Exec></Sequence> <Final/> </SyncBody> </SyncML>
  26. 26. 26 •  Best chance of cross-platform portability of applications – CDC/FP provides the base •  Leveraging Java programmer resources •  Most advanced runtime for business logic Key feature: Java Language YourRichApp Android Mobile OSGi Nokia S60 Win Mobile Brew Linux YourRichAppYourRichApp YourRichApp YourRichApp YourRichApp Mobile OSGi Mobile OSGi Mobile OSGi Mobile OSGi
  27. 27. 27 Technical Review: How OSGi compares to other technologies
  28. 28. 28 Needs of mobile enterprise developers, revisited Security Application Environment Mobile Device Management Toolset • Secure runtime system • Data security • Protocol security • Portability across many platforms • Rich UI capabilities • Adjustable device policy • Component & SOA model • Enabled for middleware • Application Lifecycle Management • Configuration & Policy Management • Remote Diagnostics & Assistance • Data synchronization • Device lock and data wipe • One IDE for mobile & non-mobile • Leverage existing server or desktop frameworks (i.e. RCP, JMS, …) • On-device debugging & profiling • Device Emulation Contained in Mobile OSGi Agnostic in Mobile OSGi
  29. 29. 29 Mobile OSGi Tooling Support provided by Sprint Development Host Target Device DM Server Host OMA-DM Server SW Repository OMA-DM Server Console Eclipse IDE Titan Runtime WM Emulator Titan Runtime Profile Agents Local Console ProSyst JProfiler I/F Stack J9 Launcher DP Editor Remote Mgmt Plugin OMA DM Stack Instrumentation Agent
  30. 30. 30 •  Still it can’t be run on all devices •  CDC/FP=3MB + OSGi=1.2MB + Service=1.3MB = Total=5.5MB •  eRCP/eSWT + simple app adds another 3MB •  It does not present a UI story by itself •  App models depend on UI toolkits •  UI toolkits might not be available across all platforms •  Integration of CLDC based component JSRs into CDC is a challenge •  Mobile OSGi not yet available on all platforms •  Very little market penetration at the moment but that will change soon (refer to Sprint Titan) Does Mobile OSGi solve all your problems? No!
  31. 31. 31 Next Steps!
  32. 32. 32 •  Sprint offers a complete Mobile OSGi stack for download (WinMobile based): •  http://developer.sprint.com •  http://developer.sprint.com/site/global/develop/ technologies/sprint_titan/p_sprint_titan.jsp •  Comes with a complete set of Eclipse based tools for plugin development, DP editing, deployment, remote debugging and profiling •  Documentation, Videos Try it out!

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