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ClearPath Core Business Transformation. Frameworks for Application Transformation and SOA Enablement. ClearPath Strategy & Directions. Client Current State. Client Future State. SOA Re-Factored COBOL/ALGOL/3GL Wrapped J2EE / .Net Services Java. Monolithic 3GL COBOL/ALGOL.

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ClearPath Core Business Transformation

Frameworks for Application Transformation and SOA Enablement

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ClearPath Strategy & Directions

Client Current State

Client Future State

SOARe-Factored COBOL/ALGOL/3GL

Wrapped J2EE / .Net Services

Java

Monolithic 3GLCOBOL/ALGOL

Client ClearPath Core Systems & Legacy Assets

Next Generation Architecture

ClearPath OS2200 & MCP NEXT GENERATION Operating Environments

CMOS

Intel

ClearPath RoHS Compliant Platform

ClearPath – all on board to the “Future State”

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A Rapidly Changing Business Environment

The Demands on IT are rapidly Evolving Due to Significant changes in Business Models, Business Requirements, and Business Processes

  • Economics: globalization demands flexibility

  • Business processes: changing quickly and sometimes outsourced

  • Growth: at the top of the CEO agenda

  • Reusable assets: Leverage what you have

  • Information: greateravailability for Decision Making

  • Cost Control: Do more with less

*Sources: CBDi

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The business requires technology leaders to anticipate and respond to these market challenges with relevant initiatives in both areas

Changes Business Expectations of IT

Business dictates that IT executives manage IT as both a commodity service and for competitive advantage – two very different requirements!

IT’s “Janus Effect”: Deliver Basic IT Services AND Competitive Advantage

“Deliver new services!”

“Lower my costs!”

Commodity Service

Basic IT Services

Keeping the “Lights On”

Offshore / Outsourcing

Competitive Advantage

Business Agility

IT Innovation

Emerging Technology

New Solutions must support both of these Business Objectives Simultaneously

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It’s an asset!

Functional

Customized

Well-tuned

Supports mission critical operations

Robust

Secure

It’s a liability!

Uses old technology

Requires hard-to-find skills

Lacks documentation

Is hard to maintain

Resists change, integration, and replacement

Inhibits organizational agility

Two Sides of Legacy Applications

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Legacy Systems

SOA-Enabled Integrated Enterprise

Mainframe

Client-Server

SOA Enabled

Components

SOA Wrapper

SOAWrapper

Mainframes

Client - Server

Enterprise

Service Bus

Re-defining terms….

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Some Definitions

Legacy Systems:

“Software systems become legacy when they begin to resist modification and evolution”

Seacord, Plakosh & Lewis “Modernizing Legacy Systems” Addison Wesley 2003

Core Business Systems:

“Ones that support revenue generating transactions or are otherwise strategic in nature”

Unisys 2007

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Forrester Paper

SOA and Mainframe Users

  • Interviewed 20 mainframe users around the world

  • Identifies SOA best practices

  • Strongly communicates that you do not have to replace your mainframe applications to achieve the benefits of SOA

  • Supports 3D Blueprints initiative

  • External release May 15th

eCommunity link to Paper

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What are businesses doing?

  • Forrester research commissioned by Unisys:

    • ‘Using incremental development and delivery strategies and avoiding big bang investments, organizations can leverage their mainframe legacy assets and achieve strong business value as they evolve from yesterday’s architectures to tomorrow’s SOA-based foundation’.

  • Key criteria used to determine approach:

    • How well do existing applications fit future business needs?

    • Is there on-going support for the platform?

    • How does the application fit within the overall portfolio?

    • What are the costs, risks, and elapsed time to replace?

  • In most cases businesses opted to adapt/evolve applications through SOA technologies rather than replace

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ClearPath Strategy - An Evolution that Makes Sense

Transforming core business systems into modern, flexible business applications and processes

Building on strengths of the past

  • Reduce development costs through reuse

  • Process efficiencies

  • Improve system maintainability

  • Business agility

  • Rapid response to new business challenges

  • Cost efficiencies in system management

  • Retain and extend the value of applications to maximize business value

“As-is” Future Application State “To-be”

with SOA Adoption

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Service Oriented Architecture

SOA is about business value and productivity, not technology

SOA is about enabling business change

Speeds business change

Facilitates business connections

Enhances business control

SOA is about business design

Identifies a strategic set of business services

Creates a digital model of business capabilities that is a foundation for business flexibility

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3/13/2014

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“Open Account”

“Transfer Funds”

“Execute Trade”

“Get Portfolio

Balance”

“Authenticate

Users”

SOA is Based on “Business Services”

A business service is a common unit of work

  • Maps to business processes

  • Defined in business terms

  • Coarse grained

BusinessLogic

BusinessLogic

BusinessLogic

BusinessLogic

Back Office

ERP

CRM

FINANCE

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Unisys and Service Oriented Architecture

3D-Blueprinting provides a framework and methods to model services at the Business Process, Application, and Infrastructure layers, creating a robust and aligned SOA implementation across the enterprise

3D-Blueprinting provides the visibility to identify and define services at the Business and Technology layers

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Unisys 3D-Blueprinting EAM ApproachApplies Concepts of Traceability and Visibility to Challenge of Modernization

New business needs

As-Is

Business

Model

To-Be

Business

Model

Business Domain

IT Domain

As-Is

Applications

To-be

applications

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3D Blueprints for ClearPath SOA5 Step Process:

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ClearPath Application Transformation Process

Rationalize

Sustain

Rationalized Portfolio

Rationalization Roadmap

Assess

Roadmap to SOA Transformation

Discover

Refactor

Translate

Wrap

Replace

Orchestrate

App Hosting

App Develop

App Planning

App Manage

Applications Portfolio Assessment

Transformation

Management

Transformation

Unisys and Partner Services and Solutions

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Discover + 5 Transformation Styles “As-is” to ‘To-be” application

Rationalize

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ClearPath Reference ArchitecturesUnisys 3D Blueprints for ClearPath SOA

  • Provide concise and client-specific navigation of the pathways to SOA enablement

  • Integrated with the 3D Visible Enterprise approach to use models to drive visibility and additional agility

  • Create visibility to the options so that choices can be made

  • Provide best practices models for ClearPath SOA application enablement

  • Provide progressive, incremental, low risk solutions for an evolving SOA architecture plan

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Unisys 3D Blueprints for ClearPath SOA

ClearPath Structured Methodology

Future Application State

“As-is”

“To-be”

Technology Depth and Alignment withRA

ClearPath Reference Architectures (RA) for SOA Enablement

Services Delivery Framework Integrated with Product Choices

  • Assessment

  • 3D-Blueprinting Experiential Workshop to input business requirements and focus on a single project

  • ClearPath Application Assessment

  • Implementation views of ideal end point states for selected SOA transformation

  • Simplify choices

  • Leverage Unisys experiences and expertise

  • Web Services automation

  • XML export/import

  • Java EE service

  • .NET service

  • Adapters and connecters for integration

  • Unisys services portfolio for SOA enablement

  • Unisys Solution Delivery Framework (SDF)

Holistic framework for ClearPath SOA enablement

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ClearPath Reference ArchitectureWeb Services Example (OS2200)

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Increase COMPETITIVE AGILITY by supporting new business goals and processes

Ensure UNINTERUPTED OPERATIONS by allowing old and new applications to coexist during an evolutionary transition period

Provide COST REDUCTION for application operations and maintenance

Provide RISK REDUCTION related to loss of legacy skills

Discover and preserve INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY hidden in existing applications and enables its REUSE

Provide a COMPREHENSIVE END-TO-END SOLUTION by leveraging Unisys and its partners’ innovations and skills

Client Benefits -- Core Business Transformation and SOA Enablement

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