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1 Delivering Mission Agility Through Agile SOA Governance 13 th SOA e-Government Conference 4/12/2012 Presented by Wolf Tombe Chief Technology Officer (CTO) U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP)

2 CCBP is the oldest and the largest of DHS components CCBP processes millions of transactions and facilitates billions of data searches each day A Day in CBP 2

3 FFor every minute of down time 764 people and 50 containers back up at the borders, seaports, or airports. IIn one hour that is 46,000 people and 3,000 containers 3

4 In FY 2011 CBP processed $$2.3 trillion in trade 3340 million travellers 224.3 million containers SSeized nearly 5 million pounds of narcotics 4

5 CBP’s Mission Needs 5 Secure America's borders, facilitate safe trade and travel, and enforce hundreds of U.S. laws and regulations

6  To support the ever changing business needs, CBP needs to be agile and flexible while adopting innovative and low-cost solutions across the stack Enterprise Governance Cloud SOA 6 CBP’s Technology Needs

7 7 Extending CBP’s Success Across DHS  Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is one of the core IT Strategic principles to achieve mission critical objectives  Promote collaboration and Information Sharing across DHS Component, Federal Agencies and Commercial/Private partners  DHS SOA will expedite the realization of SOA through  DHS SOA Technical Framework  DHS SOA Message Service Header Framework  DHS SOA Federated Security Model  DHS SOA Service Registry and Repository  DHS SOA Lifecycle and Governance

8 8 Achieving Interoperability through Open Standards and Consistent Architecture  DHS SOA is grounded in a standards-based approach  Web Services, RESTful Services and XML Services  Web Services Standards (WS-*)  UDDI, SOAP, XML, WS-Security, WSDL  NIEM is required for all external service interactions  Messaging Protocols (SOAP/HTTPS, JMS, AMQP)  Vendor neutral and technology agnostic  SOA Infrastructure is based in open architecture using federated ESB model across the department  Interoperability is accomplished through a DHS standard SOA Service Header Framework

9 9  Automated SOA Lifecycle and Governance processes  Tailored/Agile DHS/CBP SELC Process for SOA Services  Enforces consistency of artifacts and compliance with enterprise- wide policies and mandates  Integrates SOA centric information and artifacts 9 Improving Efficiency and Effectiveness of SOA Governance through Automation  Streamlines the SOA Service Life Cycle process  Able to achieve Concept to Production in under 45 days

10 10 Aligning Agile SOA Service Lifecycle with Traditional DHS/CBP SELC

11 11 CBP Delivering Real Mission Agility  INTERPOL Lost/Stolen Passport Query Service:  CBP SOA Service Lifecycle facilitated the deployment of this service into Production in only 45 days (concept to deployment)  Queries INTERPOL system for information regarding foreign passports that have been reported lost or stolen 11  Allows CBP Officer to make a determination on the validity of a foreign passport being presented for entry into the U.S.  Service is utilized by multiple applications within CBP and is in use at more than 150 U.S. land borders with approximately 50,000 transactions processed per day

12 12  Infrastructure (IaaS)  Provide network, storage and computing resources to be consumed by customers  Common Delivery Platform – Consistently designed and managed appliance based shared infrastructure which will host CBP mission critical applications  Pre-Configured/Integrated Solution Stacks  Applications (PaaS)  N-Tier application stacks, CRM, SOA  Services (SaaS)  Collaboration ( , Messaging, Calendar) CBP Looks to Cloud-based Services for Flexibility, Agility and Cost Savings

13 13  Common Delivery Platform  Consistently designed and managed appliance based shared infrastructure which will host CBP mission critical applications CBP is Laying the Foundation with Cloud Enabled Infrastructure Services

14 14  Enterprise Technical Architecture  Infrastructure Agnostic Application and Data Architecture  Layered Application Architecture  Common business layer for Traditional Web, Rich Internet, Mobile applications and external systems  Abstracted Functional Services CBP is Ensuring that all Layers of the Application Stack are Cloud Ready

15 15  Support for Mobile Computing  Extend CBP/DHS SOA in Public/Private Clouds  Provide and Consume Shared Functional Services (model similar to apps.gov)  GeoSpatial and Mapping  Business Intelligence  Enterprise Collaboration Capabilities   Messaging  Calendaring  Document Sharing CBP is Adopting and Implementing “Light Technology” through Cloud-based Services

16 16  DHS SOA Working Group  Consistent SOA Governance, including Registry and Automated Lifecycle Management across all DHS components  Integration of component-level SOA governance into DHS Enterprise Architecture Repository (EAR)  DHS SOA Technical Framework and Implementation Guidance  DHS Agile Integrated Project Team (IPT)  Provide framework, recommendations, guidance and approaches for adopting agile methodologies for “software intensive IT projects”  Agile SOA Governance and Lifecycle process is being practiced at CBP today and the results are self evident Achieving Mission Agility through Agile SOA Governance

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