WSO2Con US 2013 - Building an Enterprise PaaS Framework using Open Source Components

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WSO2Con US 2013 - Building an Enterprise PaaS Framework using Open Source Components

  1. 1. Building an Enterprise PaaS framework using Open Source Components Prakash Iyer Trimble Navigation Ltd. Vice President, Software Architecture & Strategy
  2. 2. Trimble – Global company positioned to meet a global market Corporate Headquarters Sunnyvale, California 10/29/2013
  3. 3. Trimble – Sustained growth $2,250,000 $2,000,000 $1,750,000 $1,500,000 $1,250,000 $1,000,000 $750,000 $500,000 $250,000 $0 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 10/29/2013
  4. 4. A key concept is “franchise value” which requires a subtle & holistic view of every aspect of our businesses Agriculture Heavy Civil Construction 10/29/2013 Cadastral & Geospatial Building Construction Transportation & Logistics
  5. 5. Emerging businesses provide us with potential growth accelerators Rail Forestry 10/29/2013 Environmental & Waste Water Utilities Field Service Electric Utilities Oil, Gas & Chemical Government Mining
  6. 6. The competition and enterprise challenges require nuanced resolution of the “entrepreneurship and collaboration” apparent paradox Divisions Entrepreneurship: - Speed - Adaptability - Accountability - Focus - Self interest Growth & Breakout Market Leadership Corporate Collaboration: – Consistency – Platforms – Culture & skills – Tools – Common interest Scalability & Capability
  7. 7. Platform ?
  8. 8. Platform Challenges • • • • • Perceived value gap Team autonomy – organizational challenges Business value thinking Traditional platform vs. product driven platform Platform code and product ownership – Who owns the shared components? • Get the architecture right – Ask the folks at Health and Human Services !!
  9. 9. Trimble Platform as a Service (TPaaS) • Core services needed to build any modern Enterprise Application • Provides an architectural framework to build loosely coupled SOA (Service Oriented Architecture )apps • Architecture to take advantage of the Cloud while building a service platform that can run on private, public or behind the firewall • TPaaS combines a development platform, computing resources, deployment infrastructure and managed hosting services, so you can reduce the cost, time and complexity of application development. • Common services layer for building scalable solutions • Can be offered as a service framework for Trimble dealers and • partners to host their applications Company Confidential
  10. 10. What does TPaaS provide? • • Core Services – API Management – Identity Management – Enterprise Service Bus – Business Process Service – Complex Event Processor – Business Rule Server Cloud Container to host any Trimble service – Act as a gateway to share any Trimble Service for wider reuse • E.g. Reverse GeoCoding, Object Registry, Event Registry, etc can be hosted for wider Trimble – Scalable “One click” cloud deployment – Service metering and charging for services – Technology agnostic to host services (.Net, Java) Company Confidential
  11. 11. Why Open Source ? • Availability and ability to customize • Portability and ownership – Vendor lock-in? • • • • Flexibility Lower Cost & Support Ecosystem Platform is not what our customers pay for Watch for licensing model and who is behind it Company Confidential
  12. 12. Why WSO2? • • • • • Comprehensive set of services Support & Flexibility Strategic alignment Active Community Track record of executing on a vision Company Confidential
  13. 13. High Level Architecture View • Vertical Application Vertical Application Partner Apps PaaS (Cloud Monitoring, Auto scaling, Service Metering) Coarse Market focused Market focused Market focused Services(80/20 apps) Services(80/20 apps) Services(80/20 apps) PaaS Container PaaS Container Trimble Shareable Services Fine Core platform services (API Mgr., ESB, Identity ,Complex Event processor, MDM, MAM etc. ) Infrastructure(AWS, Rackspace, VMware etc) Company Confidential
  14. 14. TPaaS and Vertical Solutions Trimble App-1 Trimble App-2 Trimble App-3 Partner App Customer App PaaS Container Infrastructure as as Service (e.g. AWS, Rackspace) Core services Service clusters from industries; core services developed centrally Ag. Services Buildings services Telematics services Other Domain specific services Geospatial services
  15. 15. TPaaS – Step 1 • • • • API Management Identity Management Enterprise Service Bus Scalable and HA deployment Company Confidential
  16. 16. API Manager • All services will be published through API manager for consumption by the Applications. • Includes a Service Registry to govern services • Manage service (API) versions and lifecycle (publish, deprecate, retire). • Manage subscriptions to services • Apply security policies to services. • Track service consumption and statistics. • Enforce rate limiting and throttling policies • Horizontally scalable.
  17. 17. API Manager Scalable Deployment • • • • API manager components split for a scalable architecture Store/Publisher runs in a different cluster as a web application API gateway nodes that handles all the api traffic run in a separate cluster Management node runs independent of these worker nodes
  18. 18. Enterprise Service Bus Virtualizes services for loose coupling Declarative development with configuration. Message mediation through Enterprise Integration Patterns Routing based on header, content and rules. Message transformation Horizontal scaling via clustering with stateless server architecture • Low resource utilization • • • • • •
  19. 19. TPaaS Deployment • • • • • • WSO2 LB on all other layers HA on WSO LB using AWS ELB Auto scaling using WSO LB for all TPaaS layers Puppet for Configuration Management within TPaaS Monitoring setup Alerting
  20. 20. Governance Model • Trimble Model – – – – – – – – Need a clear governance structure to involve all the stakeholders Make one person to make the final decision when needed Rolling deliverables Find an evangelist in each team using the platform services Keep the core team small and nimble to deliver core services Make sure to have good support for Opensource components used Everyone understands the vision and the value of the platform Support from top and bottom layers of the organization
  21. 21. Road ahead and lessons learned • Simplify deployment model – – • Too many knobs to turn when you build a platform on an Opensource. – • • Integrating to an AppStore Mobile PaaS – An important next step – • Find ways to hide complexity Bring config. management across environments under version control Full Application life cycle management – • Simplify PaaS deployment from installing in different locations Use other tools where needed make the model simple Managing and securing content, device and Application Service discoverability and sharing model
  22. 22. Thank You Prakash_iyer@Trimble.com

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