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1 ERP Systems, SOA, and IT Architecture. SAP's Vision & Strategy to achieve flexible and agile business systems April, 2007

2 Summary and Q&A The Enterprise SOA value proposition for SAP  Flexible systems at lowest cost Enterprise SOA in Action  Learn & Discover, Compose, Deploy About SAP  The world’s leading enterprise application company

3  SAP AG 2006, 3 Performance over last 10 years A$14.9bn R&D A$2.34bn

4  SAP AG 2006, Outperformed the market again

5  SAP AG 2006, 5 SAP’s product portfolio

6 Enterprise Services Enablement of SAP Business Suite  Concepts, Methodology, Governance Summary and Q&A The Enterprise SOA value proposition for SAP  Flexible and agile systems, at lowest cost, and highest quality Enterprise SOA in Action  Learn & Discover, Compose, Deploy About SAP  The world’s leading enterprise application company

7  SAP AG 2006, 7 INVENTION INNOVATION STANDARD- IZATION Courtesy to G. Moore’s “Living on the fault line” Geoffrey Moore’s Core/Context Model COMMODI- TIZATION Mission Critical Activities Enabling Activities CONS. CORE Focus: Differentiation CONTEXT Focus: Productivity OUT-TASK RETIREINVENT SCALE

8  SAP AG 2006, 8 Core Process creates differentiation that wins customers Context All other processes Mission Critical Process shortfall creates serious and immediate risk Enabling All other processes High Risk Reward Resources get tied up in mission-critical context Geoffrey Moore’s Core/Context Model

9  SAP AG 2006, 9 Core Process creates differentiation that wins customers Context All other processes Mission Critical Process shortfall creates serious and immediate risk Enabling All other processes High Risk Reward Best-of-Breed Rapid Prototype Packaged solutions take care of Context processes Geoffrey Moore’s Core/Context Model Packaged Solutions Outsourced

10  SAP AG 2006, 10 What is happening in business that drives the software business Rapid business model change imposes need for rapid delivery of new capability Hardwired business processes are great for stable “non- differentiated” business process, but suicide for innovators Commoditisation of technology layers leads to low cost entry and industrialisation IMPLIES Forced redesign to allow rapid innovation of software while keeping quality and stability of context processes Decoupled process model to allow agility Agility to move from core to context at the pace of business Agility to rapidly remodel processes without restrictions

11  SAP AG 2006, 11 Enterprise Services Enable the Agile Enterprise Build vs. Buy - Adding the Third Option Build Home Grown Home Grown Build Custom Code Home Grown Home Grown Buy Packaged Application CRMERP... Buy CRMERP... Compose

12  SAP AG 2006, 12 Key Enterprise SOA development initiatives Make the entire product base “service enabled” Ensure usability by the wider “non-SAP” community Deliver beyond SOA to include logical interconnectivity not just technical or semantic interoperability Provide a technology platform and process composition environment for SAP development, and our customers, but keep it open for the wider community Create logical Enterprise Services packages as working starting points for composites Accelerate adoption through the Software Developer Network community Establish Industry focused Value Networks

13  SAP AG 2006, 13 mySAP ERP 2005 Powered by SAP NetWeaver mySAP ERP 2005 = Stable Core for Continuous Innovation Enterprise service-enabled and open standards-based Dramatic user experience improvements 300+ industry-specific functional enhancements since mySAP ERP 2004 Enterprise SOA reshapes software delivery and consumption mySAP ERP 2005 remains core for the next 5 years Continuous stream of innovation through enhancement packages mySAP ERP 2005 SAP NetWeaver Next Release Enhancement Packages 2005 INNOVATE AT YOUR CHOSEN PACE

14  SAP AG 2006, 14 Introducing Enterprise Services Packages Make the value of Enterprise SOA tangible “Connecting the dots" between enterprise services Collaborative Wiki Business Scenarios & Interface Definitions Services Customer Partner SAP Built-in Governance Implemented Services & Sample Usage

15  SAP AG 2006, 15 Introducing Enterprise Services Packages Make the value of Enterprise SOA tangible Enterprise Services Packages Each Enterprise Services Package includes everything customers needs to know to get the business capability up and running with the package Out of the box service-enablement of mySAP ERP 2005 based on enterprise services The definition of these enterprise services in the enterprise service repository Consuming applications Links to applications Sample code Best practices Composites Content and advice provided by SAP, its partners, and other customers, delivered via social medial technology (Wiki) Processes Enterprise services Quick deployment Grouped by main business scenarios Deliver high-impact business capability Provide “quick wins” for the business

16  SAP AG 2006, 16 ES Packages are co- innovated with the help of ES Community Common platform and standards Address industry-specific challenges Co-Innovation with partners and customers ES Packages can be extended and elaborated over time Customer / Partner Groups Industry Value Networks SAP Partners ASUG/GLP Other Enterprise Services Definition Groups Enterprise Services Packages

17  SAP AG 2006, 17 5 Industry Value Networks Chemicals Consumer Products High Tech Retail Public Sector Industry Value Network Focus Areas Intellectual Property Management Process & Asset Optimization Price & Performance Management Compliance Management Supply Chain Planning & Execution Manufacturing Planning & Execution Sales & Marketing Food & Safety Compliance Industry-specific Food & Bev. Solutions Manufacturing Visibility & Control Product Compliance Price Management Service Parts Management Store & Multi-Channel Store Operations e.g. POS Device Conectivity e.g. Handheld Customer Intimacy Customer Analytics Tax & Revenue Management Collection Management Customs Management Rules & Regulations Tax Analytics

18 Enterprise Services Enablement of mySAP Business Suite  Concepts, Methodology, Governance Summary and Q&A Delivering the Value of Enterprise SOA  Enhancement Packages & enterprise services packages Enterprise SOA in Action  Learn & Discover, Compose, Deploy The Enterprise SOA value proposition for SAP  Flexible and agile systems, at lowest cost, and highest quality Enterprise SOA in Action  Learn & Discover, Compose, Deploy About SAP  The world’s leading enterprise application company

19  SAP AG 2006, 19 The NetWeaver Technology Fridge

20  SAP AG 2006, 20 Web Server platform SAP Web Application Server Java EE 5 compliant Java server Zero footprint UI (Browser) Highly scalable and reliable, advanced caching OS and DB and Hardware abstraction layer Able to run 3 rd party Web Applications on the same server Windows, Linux, Unix, etc Operating Systems SQLServer, DB2, Oracle, mySQL databases SAP NetWeaver™ INFORMATION INTEGRATION Master Data Management Bus. IntelligenceKnowledge Mgmt Composite Application Framework PEOPLE INTEGRATION Multichannel access PortalCollaboration APPLICATION PLATFORM J2EE DB and OS Abstraction ABAP Life Cycle Management PROCESS INTEGRATION Integration Broker Business Process Management

21  SAP AG 2006, 21 SAP Web AS - Highlights Java EE 5 compliance Database abstraction Open SQL for Java Web services infrastructure Java run-time environment Eclipse based NetWeaver Developer Studio Java Development Infrastructure Java System management Fully scalable, robust, and enterprise ready Web Server technology

22  SAP AG 2006, 22 Model-to-Code: Content Development by Business Experts Content Complexity Required Skills Portal Content Studio Visual Composer SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio Design-time environment for UI Modeling & Configuration Targets the “Business Expert” Significantly reduce development effort Model-to-Code Easy adaption

23  SAP AG 2006, 23 Getting Started with Enterprise SOA Enterprise SOA in Action – an overview SDN & ES Workplace Sandbox for Enterprise SOA Core/Edge ModelES Workplace COMPOSE START DEPLOY

24  SAP AG 2006, 24 Enterprise Services Workplace Access to enterprise services Browse Enterprise Services Collaborate via SDN ES packages Test-drive Consume enterprise services mySAP Business Suite 2005 Enterprise Service Repository Use Easy access to implement required pieces  Enterprise SOA  ES Workplace

25  SAP AG 2006, 25 ES Workplace Explore, test-drive and run Enterprise Services ES Workplace Enterprise Architect ES Packages Enterprise services Education (Wiki) Business Process Expert Applications, e.g. Enhancement Packages for mySAP ERP Hosted System on SDN

26 Enterprise Services Enablement of mySAP Business Suite  Concepts, Methodology, Governance Summary Delivering the Value of Enterprise SOA  Introduction to enterprise services packages Enterprise SOA in Action – Demo  Learn & Discover, Compose, Deploy

27  SAP AG 2006, 27 Disruptive Innovators Transforming Organizations Setup, Roles and Skills – Break the Silos From technology driven application development to business driven IT services From technology skills based to business knowledge and communication From technology partners to innovation partners Repository Keepers Composers Consolidators Business Process Landscape IT Platform

28  SAP AG 2006, 28 Summary SAP Delivers on enterprise SOA From getting started to deployment Simplified access via SDN/ES Workplace Collaborative, open and available today SAP delivers customer value Common language between IT and business in ESR Direct consumption of productized enterprise services Innovation without disruption

29 Questions ?

30  SAP AG 2006, 30 SAP NetWeaver Is Open Driving TCO Reduction Through Industry Standards SAP NetWeaver™ PEOPLE INTEGRATION Multi channel access Portal Collaboration INFORMATION INTEGRATION PROCESS INTEGRATION Integration Broker Business Process Mgmt APPLICATION PLATFORM Knowledge Mgmt Business Intelligence Master Data Mgmt J2EE ABAP DB and OS Abstraction HTTP, XML, SMTP, J2EE, WSDL, SOAP, UDDI, XSLT JAAS, WSRP, Personal Java BPEL, CIDX, RosettaNet, CPPA ICE, WebDav, XML/A, JMI, XMI, CWM, ODBO XML Encr. & Sign., DSIG, SAML … Standards Supported (Selection)Orgs W3C OASIS JCP WS-I Eclipse.org mySQL OMG …

31  SAP AG 2006, 31 What makes a Service an Enterprise Service? Readability Compare it to a book –Global data type – the letters available to build meaningful words –Messages and service cut – the sentences have the same grammar –Taxonomies of Process Components, Business Objects, Interfaces - the chapters in the book have the same structure Reuse The reuse of services makes up the value of the ESR

32  SAP AG 2006, 32 Global Data Types - Building Blocks for Interfaces Global Data Type(SAP) Core Data Type (CCTS) Primitive Data Type(XSD) 1 1..* : Example: Price Example: Currency Example: float, string, token, binary Global Data Types are SAP-wide defined data types with business content. They are defined in accordance to industry standards and offer customers a way to use one common data structure. “ Characteristics: Standard (ISO and UN/CEFACT CCTS 1 ) Defined in Enterprise Services Repository SAP-wide approved with reference to the Governance Process 2 Semantic building blocks for interfaces (reuse)

33  SAP AG 2006, 33 Interoperability: Types Service Provider Service Consumer What is the order status? 明天运 输。 Semantical / Logical Interoperability Same Understanding between Service Consumer and Service Provider, e.g. Address or Name. Technical Interoperability - unified Transport Protocols (e.g. TCP/IP) - security standards (e.g. Web Services Security) - formats for structured communication (e.g. XML, SOAP…) Purchase Order

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