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AMIS 25: Moving Integration to the Cloud

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The growth of cloud has fueled the need to integrate Cloud applications with each other and with applications that reside on premise.

Traditional integration platforms are evolving into offerings called integration platform as a service (iPaaS) primarily targeted at cloud 2 cloud integrations. During the transition to cloud, organizations will be required to adopt a hybrid approach to their integration platform, but as more on-premise applications move to the cloud, users should plan for a re balancing of the center of gravity of their integration platform.

This session is designed to educate the audience about what it means to move integration to the cloud, and use customer case studies to provide insight into how organizations are doing this today, including:
1. Understand why you would move integrations to the cloud and which integrations are prime candidates for iPaaS
2. Understand some of the common implementation challenges and what you can do now to simplify future cloud migrations
3. Understand some of the critical deployment and operational monitoring considerations in moving integrations to the cloud
4. Provides a six step roadmap for moving integration to the cloud

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AMIS 25: Moving Integration to the Cloud

  1. 1. Moving Integration to the Cloud Why, What, How and When?
  2. 2. Rubicon Red The Facts Founded in 2009, Rubicon Red’s mission has been to lead customers to success on their Oracle middleware journey. This is the origin of our name; helping customers cross the “Rubicon” in their successful adoption of the Oracle Middleware “Red” stack.  Largest dedicated Fusion Middleware consulting and managed support services business in Australia.  Offices in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Redwood Shores California  Offshore development and support centre in Hyderabad India.  One of the founding members of the Red Expert Alliance https://www.redexpertalliance.com Recognised global leader in Oracle Fusion Middleware Thought Leadership. Innovation. Unrivalled Expertise. Oracle Customer Advisory Boards • Oracle SOA • Oracle BPM • Oracle WebLogic
  3. 3. Rubicon Red Recognised global leader in Oracle Fusion Middleware Thought Leadership. Innovation. Unrivalled Expertise. Oracle A/NZ Specialised Partner of the Year 2014 Middleware 2nd year I N N O V A T I O N A W A R D 2 0 1 4 I N N O V A T I O N A W A R D 2 0 1 1 I N N O V A T I O N A W A R D 2 0 1 0 I N N O V A T I O N A W A R D F I N A L I S T 2 0 1 5 x3 x3
  4. 4. The value organizations deliver through products & services is increasingly defined by the software that underpins them Software is a Competitive Advantage Organizations are in a Digital Race
  5. 5. Solution not delivered by a single system Rather a patch work of applications, each one performing a particular business function 5 Oracle Middleware provides the platform to combine these business apps, into an integrated solution
  6. 6. Cloud Service Models SaaS Software as a Service PaaS Platform as a Service IaaS Infrastructure as a Service Amazon RDS Oracle DB instance Bring Your Own Solution Solution Provided JAVA } }
  7. 7. The Current Moving to the Cloud Landscape Cloud adoption is growing and most enterprises are leveraging multiple cloud environments that combine both public and private cloud options This shift of cloud adoption from shadow IT to a strategic imperative is a critical step in the move to a cloud-centric future
  8. 8. Bridging the SaaS Integration Gap 1 in 2 Abandon a SaaS Application in the last 3 years due to integration problems 42% Have seen a data security breach in their department directly associated with cloud applications Half Of cloud adopters have tried and failed at cloud integration 54% Of businesses have missed project deadlines in last 6 months due to cloud integration problems Source: Dynamic Markets: Cloud for Business Managers: the good, the Bad and the Ugly – May 2013
  9. 9. Integration Was Already Complex Cloud Introduces a new dimension of complexity… DATABASE ON-PREMISE IN THE CLOUD iPaaS Integration Platform As A Service iPaaS Integration Platform As A Service Same Middleware Platform Same Topology & Architecture Same Reference Architecture Same Best Practice & Standards Same Skills
  10. 10. here ??? there Making the transition to Cloud
  11. 11. Establish Cloud Prerequisites & Disciplines Establish Middleware Cloud Platform Move Middleware Development and Test to the Cloud Integrate On- Premise Apps with SaaS Apps Implement SaaS to SaaS Integration in the Cloud Phased Migration of PROD Integration to the Cloud “What are the prerequisites that I need in place to move platform, SDLC and production operations to the cloud” What sequence should I follow with respect to cloud adoption? Oracle FMW - Cloud Adoption Journey Map “How do I ensure my on premise and cloud are configured the same” Reduce time to benefit realisation Reduce cost to benefit realisation Reduce risk to achievement of business outcomes Reduce waste and improve efficiency Success Factors “How do I mobilise and commence a new project” How do I manage my SDLC spread across on premise and cloud (CD on premise and cloud) “Where should my apps live; on-premise, in cloud or hybrid” 1 2 3 4 5 6
  12. 12. Establish Cloud Prerequisites and Disciplines • Activate push button automation of  Environment provisioning / tear down  Configuration updates  Continuous Integration • Implement governance and version control for Platform Configuration • Define Integration Reference Architecture • Standardise on single integration technology stack for on- premise that can in future move to the cloud • Define & implement consistent FMW blueprint for all environments. Establish Cloud Prerequisites and Disciplines Future Proof On-Premise Integrations, so they can migrate to the cloud.
  13. 13. Eaton Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) for Oracle SOA Suite 11g COMPANY OVERVIEW  Fortune 200 Company, providing electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power management solutions to customers in 175 countries  Industry: Industrial and Electrical Sector  Employees: 101,000+  Revenue: US$22 Billion CHALLENGES/OPPORTUNITIES  Core "philosophy" is to grow business through acquisition  Key enabler is continued IT integration of the systems of acquired companies  Oracle SOA Suite used across multiple lines of business, often with conflicting needs and infrastructure demands.  EAI team struggling to meet project demands whilst at the same time meeting BAU SLA’s. SOLUTION ADOPTED  Architect and rollout multi-domain SOA Platform that meets needs of multiple LOBs  Refactored complex SOA infrastructure into multiple domains  Implement Platform as a Service (PaaS) for Oracle SOA Suite allowing on- demand scaling, including spinning up new SOA Domains as needed. • 300% ROI over 2 years • From 30+ days to 2 hours, rapid provisioning • 25% Reduction in test defects due to elimination of configuration defects. • Work now performed by Eaton employees, without need to engage 3rd party consultants Winner Oracle Innovation Awards 2014
  14. 14. Establish Middleware Cloud Platform 14 Establish Middleware Cloud Platform Establish Middleware Cloud Platform • Provision an EDG Compliant FMW Environment in Private Cloud/On Premise • Subscribe to Oracle Cloud Services and move current integration onto it • Select a Cloud Provider and build MW platforms as a service on hosted infrastructure. Establish Cloud Platform that mirrors on premise Establish Cloud Prerequisites and Disciplines
  15. 15. Dept. Social Services Establish Middleware Cloud Platform COMPANY OVERVIEW  Government department providing nation wide aged care and social services to the Australian community  Industry: Public Sector CHALLENGES/OPPORTUNITIES  Deploy 15 Environments per Major Release, up to 100 servers in Production  Approx. 500 servers, split across 15 environments  Major Release every 3-6 months.  Zero downtime for each Major Release SOLUTION ADOPTED  Architect and rollout community services under a ‘Platform as a Service’ delivery and operate model.  Extensive solution with Rubicon Red, VMware, Puppet Labs  Automated provisioning of Oracle application landscape including OSB, OBI EE, OER, Oracle API Gateway , Oracle Policy Automation & Oracle Enterprise Data Quality  Reduced time to deploy SOA servers on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to less than 40 min.  Blue / Green deployment model for Go-Live 15 • 200% ROI in first year • From 3-6 months to 6-8 hours to provision 100 server environment • 90% reduction in defects caused by configuration drift • Integrated with Puppet & VMWare • Zero down time for go-live with Blue Green deployments • Dev & Test on Amazon Cloud Finalist Oracle Innovation Awards OOW 2015
  16. 16. Move Development and Test to Cloud Quickly Deploy and Manage Releases across Data Center and Cloud • Identical Process for Build & Deploy, with Dev in Cloud and Prod on Premise. • Provide flexibility to expand into Cloud when needed but leverage current resources first. • Cut Project mobilisation phase from weeks / months to hours Cloud is Perfect for Continuous Integration • Tear down & re-provision Fusion Middleware • Always deploy latest build to “clean” environment • Validates Deployment & Configuration Process • Use your familiar CI tools. Establish Cloud Prerequisites and Disciplines Establish Middleware Cloud Platform Move Middleware Development and Test to the Cloud 3
  17. 17. Large Australian Bank Move Development and Test to Cloud COMPANY OVERVIEW  One of the four largest financial institutions in Australia in terms of market capitalization and customers.  Industry: Banking and Financial Services CHALLENGES/OPPORTUNITIES  Very aggressive timeframes to deliver complex BPM / SOA Project  3 major releases in 20 Weeks  2-3 month lead time just to provide infrastructure for dev and test  2 weeks to deploy and configure code artefacts per environment  3-6 Month release cycle from Dev to Prod  Manual platform provisioning & config leading to inconsistencies. SOLUTION ADOPTED  Moved development and testing to Amazon Web Services Cloud.  Automated provisioning of cloud middleware environments based on Exalogic Production configuration.  Automated continuous delivery solution across cloud and on-premise  Automated testing covering entire solution; processes, services and UI. 17 Large Australian Bank • 30 Minutes to provision Dev / Test environments. • Zero wait time for teams to get development started. • Dev / Test environments consistent with Production • From 2 weeks to <20 minutes to deploy & configure code. • 40 minutes to run end to end tests for the entire solution. • Release cycles reduced from 3-6 months to 2 weeks
  18. 18. Integrate On-Premise Apps with SaaS Apps Not as simple as making a simple web service API call 18 Establish Cloud Prerequisites and Disciplines Move Middleware Development and Test to the Cloud Establish Middleware Cloud Platform Integrate On-Premise Apps with SaaS Apps Oracle Cloud Adapters • Simplifies inbound and outbound integration • Secure Connection and automated Session Management • Declarative Modelling through Graphical Wizard • Discovery & Metadata Introspection • Support for standard and custom business objects • Support SaaS Object Query Languages • Adapter Diagnostic Framework for Reporting & Alerting • Supports multiple release of SaaS application Cloud Adapter SDK Allows developers to build adapters to simplify integration with SaaS applications.
  19. 19. Integrate On-Premise Apps with SaaS Apps Not as simple as making a simple web service API call Oracle Cloud Adapters 1. Simplifies inbound and outbound integration 2. Secure Connection and automated Session Management 3. Declarative Modelling through Graphical Wizard • Discovery & Metadata Introspection • Support for standard and custom business objects • Support SaaS Object Query Languages 4. Adapter Diagnostic Framework for Reporting & Alerting 5. Supports multiple release of SaaS application ORACLE CLOUD ADAPTERS Oracle SOA Suite Integrate On-Premise Apps with SaaS Apps 3 Cloud Adapter SDK Allows developers to build adapters to simplify integration with SaaS applications.
  20. 20. Implement SaaS to SaaS Integration in Cloud Implement SaaS to SaaS Integration in the Cloud Accelerate and execute net new SaaS to SaaS integration projects on the cloud • Same Middleware Platform • Same Cloud Adapters • Same Lifecycle • Same Reference Architecture • Same Best Practice & Standards • Same Skill Set Key Benefits 1. Accelerate new development of Application Integration in Cloud 2. Extend functionality of SaaS apps in the Cloud 3. Establish consumption of integration resources on demand 4. Accelerate deployment of solutions into Production • Existing on-premise PROD environments not impacted 5. Simplify future integration with on premise apps ORACLE CLOUD ADAPTERS Oracle SOA Suite Oracle SOA Suite Implement SaaS to SaaS Integration in the Cloud
  21. 21. Engineers Australia Integrate On-Premise Apps with SaaS Apps COMPANY OVERVIEW  Largest and most diverse professional body for engineers in Australia.  Industry: Not for Profit Organisation CHALLENGES/OPPORTUNITIES  Use COTS products, mixture of on premise and SaaS based apps such as Salesforce to drive customer engagements  Oracle BPM / SOA suite used to run core business processes.  Previous integration with Salesforce was expensive, time consuming (program coding) and required skilled developers  As Salesforce evolved the custom interfaces stopped working  Security, Audit, Guaranteed Delivery, Batch Processing and Fault Management were all problematic SOLUTION ADOPTED  Oracle Cloud Adapter for Salesforce has enabled Engineers’ Australia to deliver a highly agile and cost effective solution to integrate EA’s online portal with Salesforce.  Usage of Oracle Cloud Adapter SDK being prototyped for integration with SaaS based EDM and Event Management apps 21 21 • Delivered a SaaS integration solution less than 2 months. • 60% reduction in time to market • 50% reduction in development costs – savings diverted to new projects. • 60% reduction in on-going maintenance & operational cost - savings diverted to new projects. Customer Case Study in SOA CAB OOW 2014
  22. 22. Phased migration of PROD Integration to Cloud Reduce risk and simplify moving on premise integrations to the Cloud Which On-Premise Integrations can move to the Cloud? • As On-Premise Apps move the Cloud, so does integration • On-Premise App moves to IaaS / PaaS • On-Premise App replaced by SaaS • Move Business Processes (BPM) to the Cloud • Move External Integrations to the Cloud • B2B Integration • Move Mobile Integration to the Cloud • Customer Portals • Long running integrations to the Cloud The Opportunities Cloud Presents 1. Accelerate project delivery to meet business and market demands 2. Increase consistency and standardisation of technology landscape 3. Establish consumption of compute and solution on demand 4. Simplify on premise landscape The Outcomes That Can Be Realised - Reduce time to benefit realisation - Reduce cost to benefit realisation - Reduce risk to achievement of business objective/outcome Phased Migration of PROD Integration to the Cloud
  23. 23. Oil Search Migration of PROD Integration to Cloud COMPANY OVERVIEW • Largest oil and gas exploration and development company in Papua New Guinea since 1929. • Industry: Oil and Energy CHALLENGES/OPPORTUNITIES  Looking to migrate from SOA 11gR1 to SOA 12.2.1  Existing infrastructure needed costly upgrade  Wanted to minimise PROD down time  Required cost effective Disaster Recovery solution  Looking to reduce on-going operational costs SOLUTION ADOPTED  Delivered 12.2.1 DEV, TEST and PROD environments in Amazon Web Services Cloud.  Automated provisioning of 12.2.1 environments including AWS Components (using MyST and CloudFormation)  Fully Automated continuous delivery from DEV to PROD  Disaster Recovery capability leveraging AWS Availability Zones  Ongoing operations managed by Rubicon Red 23 • Migrated from SOA 11gR1 to SOA 12.2.1 • Less that 1 week to implement DEV, TEST and PROD environments. • Less than15 minutes to deploy & configure migrated code. • Integrated MyST with AWS Cloud Formation • Simple DR Solution in place • Reduction in on-going operational costs
  24. 24. Key Success Factors for Moving Integration to the Cloud 24 Agility Reduced Risk Continual Innovation Reduced Cost Enterprises Can’t Afford to Be Slow Less Risk Than Traditional In-House Projects Less Risk Than Traditional In-House Projects Reduced Waste & Improve Efficiency For business, the world is changing. The winners will be the companies who can rapidly learn and adapt and be more responsive to urgent emerging needs Moving to the cloud enables enterprises to tap ever changing new technologies with a platform that supports leveraging continued innovations in meaningful & predictable manner Research has revealed that nearly 66 percent organizations have found that moving to the cloud has reduced their IT costs by improving asset utilisation and productivity Cloud computing offers significant financial and operational benefits for organisations; by shifting IT resources from traditional internal infrastructures to cloud platforms, costs can be reduced, flexibility increased and efficiencies improved Organizations are using cloud platforms for DevOps and testing software upgrades to considerable reduce risks of failure.

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