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2 2 Mike Giovinazzo Director, ESD Enabling ESD in a complex enterprise to a diversified market Enabling ESD in a complex enterprise to a diversified market ECC Symposium 2000

3 3 4. Supply Line Integration 3. Legacy Integration Evolution of Web Presence 2. Limited Web Transactions Complexity Value 1. Web Site

4 4 What’s Different ? E-business = Traditional IT + Internet Open Architecture (rather than proprietary tools, formats, networks) Browser Front End (emphasis on GUI, hyperlinks, multimedia) Omnipresent technology (easier software rollout and greater accessibility, increased security risks) Frantic Evolution (constant learning, immature technology) E-business = Traditional IT + Internet Open Architecture (rather than proprietary tools, formats, networks) Browser Front End (emphasis on GUI, hyperlinks, multimedia) Omnipresent technology (easier software rollout and greater accessibility, increased security risks) Frantic Evolution (constant learning, immature technology)

5 5 Where Companies are Focused Source: InformationWeek Research survey of 300 IT executives Web development tools Network security Web server software Application integration technologies Data warehousing Electronic-commerce software Extranets or supply chains OLAP ERP package or modules Web to legacy tools 20406080100 % of IT respondents

6 6 Government Focus “By 2004…to be known around the world as the government most connected to its citizens, with Canadians able to access all government information and services on-line at the time and place of their choosing.” Government On-line Initiative

7 7 Government On-line: Objectives Improve services to Canadians Increased Efficiency and cost reduction Create a government for 21st Century Serve as catalyst for EC Improve services to Canadians Increased Efficiency and cost reduction Create a government for 21st Century Serve as catalyst for EC

8 8 Government On-line: Targets Dec. 31, 2000 - On-line presence Dec. 31, 2002 - 50% of key services EC enabled Dec. 31, 2004 - 100% of key services EC enabled Dec. 31, 2000 - On-line presence Dec. 31, 2002 - 50% of key services EC enabled Dec. 31, 2004 - 100% of key services EC enabled

9 9 Government On-line: 8 Point Strategy Vision Targets Leadership Incentives Investment Partnerships Infrastructure Branding/Marketing Vision Targets Leadership Incentives Investment Partnerships Infrastructure Branding/Marketing

10 10 Relevant, Timely Accessible Services Responding to Individual, Business and Community Needs 5 Applications (year 1): 5 Applications (year 1): EIEI Record of EmploymentRecord of Employment Electronic tax filingElectronic tax filing E- Procurement & SettlementE- Procurement & Settlement Secure messagingSecure messaging Citizen /Business Map Federal Departments Provincial Ministries Municipal Departments Non-Profit Agencies Private Sector Organizations InfoTransactions PKI Access Options SecureConnection Government On-line: Enabling Infrastructures

11 11 Department Unique Components Department Unique Components Department Unique Components Department Unique Components Department Shared Components Government-wide Components Federated Federated Architecture Architecture Department Department Architectures Architectures BusinessProcess BusinessProcess BusinessProcessBusinessProcess Source: TBS CIO Government On-line: Enabling Infrastructures

12 12 The different faces of E-Business e-Business Infrastructure e-Measurement Project Management Applications Development & Integration Training Customer Facing e-Sales e-Service e-Support Customer Facing e-Sales e-Service e-Support Supplier Facing e-Supply Chain Optimization e-Procurement & Sourcing Supplier Facing e-Supply Chain Optimization e-Procurement & Sourcing Employee Facing e-Human Resource Management e-Travel Expense Management Employee Facing e-Human Resource Management e-Travel Expense Management Citizen Facing e-Service e-Support “program delivery” Citizen Facing e-Service e-Support “program delivery”

13 13 Infrastructure

14 14 Web-Commerce Templates Internet Access Client Security Services Presentation Services Infrastructure Security Services Applications Services Integration Services Transaction Services Existing Business Systems Integrated System Services Platforms Integrated System Services

15 15 Internet Access Client Security Services Presentation Services Infrastructure Security Services Applications Services Integration Services Transaction Services Existing Business Systems Integrated System Services Integrated System Services Platforms Bandwidth; ISPs Intra/Extra/Internet multi-site/ channels Web-Commerce Templates

16 16 Integrated System Services Internet Access Client Security Services Presentation Services Infrastructure Security Services Applications Services Integration Services Transaction Services Existing Business Systems Integrated System Services Platforms Encryption; User authentication Web-Commerce Templates

17 17 Integrated System Services Internet Access Client Security Services Presentation Services Infrastructure Security Services Applications Services Integration Services Transaction Services Existing Business Systems Integrated System Services Platforms Page serving; caching; scripts; component serving Web-Commerce Templates

18 18 Integrated System Services Internet Access Client Security Services Presentation Services Infrastructure Security Services Applications Services Integration Services Transaction Services Existing Business Systems Integrated System Services Platforms Firewall/Proxy; audit/monitoring Web-Commerce Templates

19 19 Integrated System Services Internet Access Client Security Services Presentation Services Infrastructure Security Services Applications Services Integration Services Transaction Services Existing Business Systems Integrated System Services Platforms Application: hosting; integration; scalability; management Web-Commerce Templates

20 20 Integrated System Services Internet Access Client Security Services Presentation Services Infrastructure Security Services Applications Services Integration Services Transaction Services Existing Business Systems Integrated System Services Platforms Online monitor; transaction mgmt & partitioning; resource mgmt Web-Commerce Templates

21 21 Internet Access Client Security Services Presentation Services Infrastructure Security Services Applications Services Integration Services Transaction Services Existing Business Systems Integrated System Services Platforms Integration of: Internal, external, packaged apps & DBMS services Web-Commerce Templates Integrated System Services

22 22 Internet Access Client Security Services Presentation Services Infrastructure Security Services Applications Services Integration Services Transaction Services Existing Business Systems Integrated System Services Platforms Hardware Supported by Products / Organisation Web-Commerce Templates Integrated System Services

23 23 Internet Access Client Security Services Presentation Services Infrastructure Security Services Applications Services Integration Services Transaction Services Existing Business Systems Integrated System Services Platforms JDBC, ODBC, CICS Gateways, MiddleWare Web-Commerce Templates Integrated System Services

24 24 Simplified Framework Internet Access Back-end Systems Interface Services Application Services Infrastructure Security Services Presentation Services Client Security  Planetworks Interspace  Visual Age for Smalltalk, Coldfusion, Metro, Edify, Silverstream and MS Transaction Server  Borderware Firewall and Checkpoint Firewall  Netscape Server, Microsoft IIS, Oracle Webserver, Visual Age for Smalltalk, Coldfusion, Metro, Edify & Silverstream and Apache Web Server  Entrust Suite, Secure ID and Gradient NetCrusader  Netscape Browser, MS Internet Explorer and all access methods  CICS, DB2, Oracle

25 25 Internet Access Application Services Presentation Services Internet Access Application Services Infrastructure Security Services Presentation Services Client Security Internet Access Back-end Systems Interface Services Application Services Infrastructure Security Services Presentation Services Client Security Levels of Complexity

26 26 Management

27 27 RAD vs Formal SDLC Small “level 1” sites fit well with RAD Mission Critical applications need a formal System Development Life Cycle BPR 1st will yield best returns Testing is a MUST Plan for maintainability (design)  Templates / Style Sheets  Components (web-centric services) Small “level 1” sites fit well with RAD Mission Critical applications need a formal System Development Life Cycle BPR 1st will yield best returns Testing is a MUST Plan for maintainability (design)  Templates / Style Sheets  Components (web-centric services)

28 28 Analyze Existing Environmen t 1 Identify & Define Integration Points 2 Identify Security Requiremen t 3 Identify Capacity Requiremen t 4 Define Connectivit y Strategy 5 Define Security Strategy 6 Define Application Component Integration 7 Define Presentation Strategy 8 Web Architecture Methodology These eight phases define high level strategies required to define a Web Commerce Architecture. As each phase is completed, it will create one or more deliverables that will be used in the next phase. This methodology supplements a traditional SDLC These eight phases define high level strategies required to define a Web Commerce Architecture. As each phase is completed, it will create one or more deliverables that will be used in the next phase. This methodology supplements a traditional SDLC

29 29 Development & Integration

30 30 Critical Issues for the high-end applications Integration - FTP, SMTP, HTML, XML all blended into the traditional applications Security - both real and perceived Configuration Management Even more bits and pieces than before Performance - media events often cause great peaks, new bottlenecks (proxy, firewall, bandwidth) Mix & Match Tools - Plethora of immature tools each for a special niche (maintainability) Reliability - Complex user interfaces, state management, many test paths Integration - FTP, SMTP, HTML, XML all blended into the traditional applications Security - both real and perceived Configuration Management Even more bits and pieces than before Performance - media events often cause great peaks, new bottlenecks (proxy, firewall, bandwidth) Mix & Match Tools - Plethora of immature tools each for a special niche (maintainability) Reliability - Complex user interfaces, state management, many test paths

31 31 “Use-Case” Analysis Treat Internet Applications like serious business systems  Broader range of users  More varied interactions Consider Batch as well as On-Line  How do you integrate with user apps Object Orient techniques fit well Treat Internet Applications like serious business systems  Broader range of users  More varied interactions Consider Batch as well as On-Line  How do you integrate with user apps Object Orient techniques fit well

32 32 Training Object-Oriented techniques Component based architectures Stateless processing GUI design Object-Oriented techniques Component based architectures Stateless processing GUI design Formal SDLC / methodologies Configuration Management Batch processing Legacy Integration

33 33 Thank You


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