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1 Microsoft Vision & Roadmap Dan Alling Senior Product Manager Connected Systems Division

2 Agenda Update on Microsoft’s ‘Real-World’ Philosophy to Service Oriented Architecture Delivering on SOA today with the release of BizTalk 2006 R2 Expanding the boundaries and impact of SOA tomorrow and in the future

3 A style of architecture, not a product Leverages existing assets in a loosely-coupled manner Standards are critical for success : WS-*, XML, RSS… Web services makes service orientation practical and drives broad industry interoperability Primary benefit centers around business agility SOA represents an enabler for faster process change, greater business insight and competitive advantage, and the creation of a new generation of dynamic applications. What is SOA?

4 Real World SOA

5 Data Legacy LOB Packaged Apps Trading Partners DataLegacyLOBPackaged Apps Trading Partners Expose Service enablement

6 DataLegacyLOBPackaged Apps Trading Partners

7 Compose Orchestration and Workflow DataLegacyLOBPackaged Apps Trading Partners

8 Consume Productivity/Innovation Packaged Apps Devices and People Web 2.0 Portal DataLegacyLOBPackaged Apps Trading Partners

9 Tooling Management DataLegacyLOB Packaged Apps Trading Partners Packaged Apps Devices and People Web 2.0 Portal Security Putting the Pieces Together

10 Reduced Paper Records by 70% Improved patient care Real time customer integration Enabling business experimentation CommSee: 30k users, 100+ apps Primary branch experience World-wide IT support for 400k+ users Increases productivity, reduces deployment time by 83 percent IDD: 45% decrease in training time; 9x ROI; Drive up average margin per sale; reduce call duration by 10% Successful Customers

11 Service Orientation Benefits Driven by real-world scenarios Business agility and reduced time to market – request “Backlog” is reduced Internal and external process efficiencies Topology Independent Leverage heterogeneous resources Independent deployment, versioning, management Reusable components enable inherent adaptability Loose coupling, enabling composition of new capabilities Standards-based interoperability

12 Agenda Update on Microsoft’s ‘Real-World’ Philosophy to Service Oriented Architecture Delivering on SOA today with the release of BizTalk 2006 R2 Expanding the boundaries and impact of SOA tomorrow and in the future

13 The Connected Enterprise

14 BizTalk Server Evolution of a Platform XML B2B EAI (partner adapters) Vertical B2B BPM Partner Adapters SOA/ESB Adapters in Box Host Integration SOA/ESB BPM Extend B2B (+EDI/AS2) RFID V5 BizTalk Server 2006 R2 V4 BizTalk Server 2006 V3 BizTalk Server 2004 V2 BizTalk Server 2002 V1 BizTalk Server Customers 2,000 Customers 4,000 Customers 7,000 Customers

15 General availability of BizTalk Server 2006 R2 Availability of Microsoft’s ESB Guidance Microsoft BizTalk Adapter Pack Announcing

16 ESB Guidance Business Process Alliance solutions for modeling, workflow, simulation and rules BizTalk Server 2006 R2 “Enterprise Proven” WCF support for WS* standards Native integration of IBM midrange and mainframe BizTalk Adapter Pack enables LOB access across.NET “Simplify Interoperability” “Edge of the Enterprise” Supply-chain Scenarios Native EDI + AS2 Support B2B vertical standards support HIPAA, HL7, SWIFT, RosettaNet RFID/Branch Scenarios Complete RFID infrastructure New Branch Edition SKU

17 Enterprise Proven Over 7,000 customers worldwide 90% of the Fortune Global of the 15 largest Retailers in the World 9 of the 10 largest Insurance Companies in the World

18 Simplify Interoperability PeopleSoft JD Edwards OneWorld XE JD Edwards Enterprise1 Oracle ODBC Siebel TIBCO Rendezvous TIBCO EMS SAP EDI/AS2 X12 and EDIFACT support Drummond Interoperability Certification MQ MSMQ WSE HTTP SMTP File FTP POP3 SOAP SWIFT HL7 RosettaNet HIPAA SQL WCF Adapter SharePoint Host Applications IBM mainframe zSeries (CICS and IMS) Midrange iSeries (AS/400) IBM DB2 Mainframe DB2 for z/OS Midrange DB2/400 DB2 Universal Database for open platforms (AIX, Linux, Solaris, and Windows) Host Files BizTalk Server – “Adapters In the Box”

19 Partner add-on for BizTalk OSB 1.0 (OverheidsServiceBus) compliant Fully integrated BizTalk ebMS pipeline component Available in July 2008 Announcing ebXML Message Service Adapter for BizTalk 2006 R2

20 Agenda Update on Microsoft’s ‘Real-World’ Philosophy to Service Oriented Architecture Delivering on SOA today with the release of BizTalk 2006 R2 Expanding the boundaries and impact of SOA tomorrow and in the future

21 Crossing Boundaries Sales Management Engineering Customers Partners SaaS Provider

22 New Application Styles

23 Our Approach

24 ● Rules Our Approach ● Requirements ● Design ● Health ● Process ● Deployment ● Workflow ● Contracts Benefits Communication Relationships End to End View Skill Set Ecosystem

25 Our Approach

26 Office Business Applications 2007 Product Roadmap 3.5

27 Delivering the Vision A New Way to Build Applications

28 Building an Application 1. Create models 2. Store and share models 4. Deploy, execute, manage the application 3. Add components

29 Summary Our aim is to help customers build applications that span from the Enterprise to the Internet – delivering real business value BizTalk Server 2006 R2 helps achieve this today by extending the connected enterprise We have a unique vision to make modeling a mainstream part of application development for the future

30 © 2007 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.


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