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Adding More Value to Your ERP System Using Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Copyright © 2001 iWay Software 1 Information Builders
Copyright © 2003 iWay Software 2 Agenda Overview of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) SOA and Peoplesoft Using iWay Adaptive Framework for SOA with Peoplesoft
Copyright © 2003 iWay Software 3 Integration Perspective Shift 90s: Point-to-point integration 2000-03: Hub and Spoke integration Now: Service-Oriented integration Broker 123 Service Interfaces Connectors ‘Roll Your Own’ And Gateways
Copyright © 2003 iWay Software 4 Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a collection of services on a network that communicate with one another. The services are loosely coupled (meaning that an application doesn't have to know the technical details of another application in order to talk to it), have well-defined, platform-independent interfaces, and are reusable. Gartner estimates that by 2008, more than 60 percent of enterprises will use SOA as a "guiding principle" when creating mission-critical applications and processes. Definition from CIO Magazine, author TODD DATZ, Jan 2004
Copyright © 2003 iWay Software 5 SOA: Consumers and Providers AAAAAAAA (Self-Contained) ‘Services’ are the adaptation mechanisms for integration Portals Broker Web Applications Web Applications B2B
Copyright © 2003 iWay Software 6 Why consider SOA? Cheaper - Reduce costs of integration solution Easier - Simplify integration and abstract the underlying complexity Smarter - Eliminate redundancy Quicker - Improve time-to-market Flexible - Provide agility Leads to providing improved or new integration with… Internal and external organizations… From existing IT assets such as Peoplesoft …Overall improves value and ROI
Copyright © 2003 iWay Software 7 Ways to implement SOA Web Services SOAP and WSDL Fine-grained services Coarse-grained services Enterprise Service Bus Messaging infrastructure Adaptive Framework Technology-independent services provided over one or many integration channels: Internet, ESBs, Brokers, etc…
Copyright © 2003 iWay Software 8 SOA Granularity From Coarse-grained interfaces enable service composition in SOA, Jeff Hanson | August 29, 2003 Service Interfaces The people The people Who do this Who do this Don’t have to know anything about this Black box
Copyright © 2003 iWay Software 9 Ways to integrate with PeopleSoft The ways to integrate with Peoplesoft is continuously “evolving” 7.x Message Agent - synchronous API into application 8.1x Component Interface (CI) - synchronous API into application Application Messaging - asynch I/O (includes Gateway) Business Interlinks - synchronous out of PS to external app (decremented) 8.4x Component Interface still there Integration Broker (re-branded Application Messaging) asynch & synchronous I/O Data transform via xslt Can pass SOAP to Component Interface (SOAP to CI) - 8.42+ iWay’s SOA solutions simplify integration with Peoplesoft and protect you against future changes
Copyright © 2003 iWay Software 10 iWay Adaptive Framework iWay Adaptive Framework for SOA DatabaseeBusinessLegacyTechnology Fine Grained Service Interfaces Coarse Grained Service Interfaces Portals Broker B2B Application Composite Applications Business Processes Operational Process Data Inquiry Information Exchange Web Applications
Copyright © 2003 iWay Software 11 Adaptive Framework Tools zz DatabaseeBusinessLegacyTechnology Application Explorer AdapterDesignerAdapterTransformer A d a p t i v e M a n a g e m e n t Fine Grained Service Interfaces A d a p t i v e F r a m e w o r k Application Explorer Adapter Designer Adapter Transformer Business benefits: Allows users to explore application transactions they want to expose and generate schema for the transactions Technical benefits Graphical discovery and configuration No coding Business benefits: Allows users to orchestrate stateless multi-step processes for one or more adapters Technical benefits Graphical assembly Deployable as an adapter for reuse (patent pending) Business benefits: Map one transaction to another, transform documents Technical benefits Any to any transformation Powerful engine Application
Copyright © 2003 iWay Software 12 iWay Application Explorer
Copyright © 2003 iWay Software 13 iWay Adapter Designer
Copyright © 2003 iWay Software 14 iWay Adapter Transformer
Copyright © 2003 iWay Software 15 Summary Employ SOA to increase value of existing IT assets and reduce total cost of ownership Make reusable business processes as composition of services from Peoplesoft and other systems, applications, databases, and information in an Enterprise iWay Adaptive Framework for SOA Self-contained integration solution for implementing SOA with Peoplesoft Technology-independent services
Copyright © 2003 iWay Software 16 Contacts www.InformationBuilders.com www.iWaySoftware.com Susan Shenker Susan_shenker@ibi.com Office: (703) 276-9006 Henry Sobieski firstname.lastname@example.org Direct: (703) 247-3847 Mobile: (703) 593-3835
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