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© Fujitsu Services 2007 Fujitsus Approach to SOA OCTOBER 2007 TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION Clive Keyte
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 Agenda The market The importance of identifying services as building blocks Building on existing IT Investments A middle out step-by-step low-risk approach A view from a practitioner in the commercial sector…. 2
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 What the market is telling us Gartner Dataquest primary research shows companies plan to spend more than 20% of their IT budget on SOA, Web services and Web 2.0 in 2007 Gartner May 2007 Sixty-four percent of the respondents to the survey told us they plan to implement service-oriented architectures in the coming year McKinsey January 2007 SOA, Web services and Web 2.0 will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 27% from $79.4 billion in 2007 (Europe: $27.8 billion) to $154 billion in 2010 (Europe $51.1 billion) Dataquest May 2007 HYPE CURVE Maturity Visibility Web Service Management Enterprise Service Bus SOA Basic Web Service 3
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 The CIOs challenge Applications running in silos 100s - 1000s applications AA - approx 160 apps BP - approx 5070 apps High support and maintenance Up to 80% of IT budget Old inflexible legacy systems Constant fire fighting How to respond to policy or guidance? APPLICATION ENVIRONMENT SiebelDataTrak Act! Replicon NetDirect Sage ExchangeMindJet IBM Websphere Mapinfo Oracle Financials QaS RTE Remedy Oracle HR VME Customer Application VME Scheduling Application 4
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 The move to a service-oriented business SERVICE ORIENTED BUSINESS SERVICES AS BUILDING BLOCKS SOA Service Management Tax Returns Document Management Vehicle Licensing Workforce Development Passport Request Debt Management Contract Management Bill Production Credit Assessment Problem Management Knowledge Management Estate Management APPLICATION ENVIRONMENT SiebelDataTrak Act! Replicon NetDirect Sage ExchangeMindJet IBM Websphere Mapinfo Oracle Financials QaS RTE Remedy Oracle HR VME Customer Application VME Scheduling Application 5
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 What are Services? Presentation Services (Consumed by an end user ) Composite Services (composed by end use or machine) Atomic Services (created as templates) Services can be exposed from existing systems, built from new or they may exist already Tax Disc request Request Tax Disc Integrate,Orchestrate & Manage User info Get Addr Authicate Credit Val Insurance? Expose Services Build Services Existing Services Managed Services direct.gov.uk
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 A Spectrum of Approaches to SOA ~ Gorilla or Guerrilla? 7 Low Value High Value No Value No Strategic View One Project at a Time Chaotic End Game Focused Many Projects at a Time Federated, Situational Centralised Control Large Programmes Bureaucratic No Governance No Centralisation Excessive Governance Excessive Centralisation Gorilla SOA Guerrilla SOA Killer SOA
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 Industrialisation of IT - TRIOLE Unpredictable performance Inability to provide SLAs or QoS Inconsistent build procedures Integrate system, verify every time Product-by-product VENDOR CUSTOMER SITE Quick development stable, reliable FUJITSU CUSTOMER SITE Pre-fabrication pre-verify TRADITIONAL APPROACH TRIOLE APPROACH Consistency of manufactured goods Standardised form and performance SLA and QoS guarantees
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 Step 1: Identify what is most important to you and establish governance SOA underpinned by TRIOLE Fujitsus industrialised approach to SOA: IdentifyBuild & IntegrateDeployManage A step-by-step low-risk approach Consulting 9 Step 2 : Build a platform to enable integration and management Step 3: Expose, build or use services and deploy to the platform Step 4: Manage the services against the criteria set in step 1
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 Identification and governance Insight before investment Identifies composite services and associated atomic services required to run an enterprise effectively Uses pre-defined maps as a start-point Once complete, the map becomes a dynamic tool to: govern the service architecture determine which services have value establish a roadmap of activities Provides the means to measure success 10
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 Build and integrate Industrialise the way services are identified, developed, integrated and deployed Ensure there is a reference architecture against which services are deployed Build an integration platform, repository and registry first Build automation into the systems over time 11 ConsultIdentifyIntegrate Deployment TRIOLE DEVELOPMENT & INTEGRATION PLATFORM Deploy
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 Deploy and manage 12 MeterReportAuditManage MANAGEMENT PLATFORM Runtime Hosts Runtime Services PRODUCTION PLATFORM Deploy to a production platform and describe in a catalogue that defines service attributes and manages subscriptions Capture events locally to monitor and manage the environment and services Standards based events sent to a Service platform to enable centralised: - service management, reporting, audit and metering of process flows
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 Putting it all together ConsultIdentifyIntegrate Deployment TRIOLE DEVELOPMENT & INTEGRATION PLATFORM MeterReportAuditManage MANAGEMENT PLATFORM Runtime Hosts Runtime Services PRODUCTION PLATFORM 13 Deploy
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 Process Orchestration and system workflow People User Experience, Ad-hoc Workflow and Collaboration Composition Directed workflow and orchestration Service architecture view 14 Atomic Service Composite Service Services Enablement and Integration Systems and Data Service Delivery Service Consumption Identity and Access Management and Governance Messaging Models and Tools Packaged Applications Custom Applications 3 rd Party Services Structured / Unstructured
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 Incremental reuse Service Repository Project A Project B Project C Project D Service Reuse Implementation Time
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 Business as usualIntegrate and DeployIdentify A step-by-step low-risk approach Engage Identify Platform Design Platform Design Project 2 Project 3 Configure Service Mgmt Support & Maintenance Project n SOA Governance Establish Governance Establish Governance Deploy Platform Deploy Platform Optional POC Optional POC Project 1 Capability Assessment Design Integrate Service implementation plan Capacity model
© Fujitsu Services 2007 FUJITSUS APPROACH TO SOA OCTOBER 2007 Summary A step-by-step low-risk approach: identify your key business services build on investment made in existing assets establish a framework enterprise architecture Fujitsu recommends a step-by-step middle-out approach to SOA with light touch governance based on a framework enterprise architecture 17
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