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Enterprise Integration Trends and the Role of Web Services Presentation to IRMAC January 15, 2003. Andrew Astor Vice President, Enterprise Web Services. Super-Trends in Integration. Heterogeneity 49 major applications on average Integration consumes 33% of IT budgets J2EE vs. .NET?

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enterprise integration trends and the role of web services presentation to irmac january 15 2003

Enterprise Integration Trendsand the Role of Web ServicesPresentation to IRMACJanuary 15, 2003

Andrew Astor

Vice President, Enterprise Web Services

super trends in integration
Super-Trends in Integration
  • Heterogeneity
    • 49 major applications on average
    • Integration consumes 33% of IT budgets
    • J2EE vs. .NET?
      • From an integration viewpoint, it’s irrelevant
the integration imperative
The Integration Imperative

Integration has risen to the level of critical, strategic necessity for businesses of all types

Source:

Morgan Stanley CIO Survey

October 2002

super trends in integration4
Super-Trends in Integration
  • Heterogeneity
  • Service Oriented Architecture
    • Business-focused
    • Mature, well-evolved architecture
service oriented architecture
Service Oriented Architecture
  • Subroutines
  • Structured Programming
  • Client/Server
  • RPC
  • Object Orientation
  • Components
  • Web Services

The evolution ofan old idea…

super trends in integration6
Super-Trends in Integration
  • Heterogeneity
  • Service Oriented Architecture
  • Integration Consolidation & Maturity
    • EAI, B2B
    • Web Services, Mainframe Access
    • BPM, Workflow
    • BAM, Portals, Development Tools
    • “Styles” of integration
super trends in integration7
Super-Trends in Integration
  • Heterogeneity
  • Service Oriented Architecture
  • Integration Consolidation & Maturity
  • Standards
    • Always succeed as markets mature
      • Reduced costs
      • Increased productivity
      • Reduced vendor lock-in
      • Reduced risk
evolution of enterprise software markets

Value toCustomers

Standards-based,Mature plusValue Adds

Standards-based,Mature

Proprietary,Mature

Time

Standards-based,Immature

Proprietary,

Immature

Evolution of Enterprise Software Markets
an example the database market

Value toCustomers

Standards-based,Mature plusValue Adds

Standards-based,Mature

Proprietary,Mature

Standards-based,Immature

Time

Proprietary,

Immature

An Example – The Database Market

Oracle (54%)

Oracle, Sybase, Informix,

Ingres, Tandem, DB2, Microsoft

IMS/DB, IDMS, dBase

File Access

System R

  • 1970 1980 1990 2000
evolution of enterprise software markets10

Value toCustomers

Standards-based,Mature plusValue Adds

Proprietary,Mature

Time

Standards-based,Immature

Proprietary,

Immature

Evolution of Enterprise Software Markets

Standards-based,Mature

3 Lessons: Innovate new capabilities Lead standards development Embrace standards in products

the integration marketplace

webMethods and ??

Value toCustomers

Standards-based,Mature plusValue Adds

Today

Standards-based,Mature

webMethods and ??

Proprietary,Mature

Standards-based,Immature

Time

Proprietary,

Immature

Web Services

The Integration Marketplace

Standards-based,Mature

webMethods, Vitria, SeeBeyond, Tibco, Mercator

Crossworlds,

NEON, Mercator

Cape Clear, Iona

1995 1997 2003 2007

what are web services
What are Web Services?
  • Web services are application capabilities made available to other applications over the web.
  • “Loosely coupled software components that interact with each other dynamically via standard Internet technologies” – Gartner
differing perspectives
Differing Perspectives
  • Development Tool Vendors – Code Web services using integrated development tools. Best for new or replacement applications.
  • Application Vendors – ExposingAPIs as Web services. Customerswrite code to use these interfaces.
  • webMethods – Web Services are ameansof integration; not an end inthemselves. Generate them automatically,as part of your integration process.
evolution of integration technology

Management & Optimization

BPM & Workflow

Security, Reliable Messaging &

Transactions

Data Transformation& Business Logic

Interoperability

J2EE

Applications

Evolution of Integration Technology
evolution of integration technology15

SOAP

WSDL

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

J2EE

J2EE

Evolution of Integration Technology

Standards-Based Integration

Management & Optimization

BPM & Workflow

Security, Reliable Messaging &

Transactions

Data Transformation& Business Logic

Interoperability

Applications

evolution of integration technology16

SOAP

WSDL

J2EE

Evolution of Integration Technology

Standards-Based Integration

Management & Optimization

BPM & Workflow

Security, Reliable Messaging &

Transactions

Data Transformation& Business Logic

Interoperability

Applications

evolution of integration technology17

SOAP

WSDL

J2EE

Evolution of Integration Technology

Enterprise Web Services

Management & Optimization

BPM & Workflow

Security, Reliable Messaging &

Transactions

Web Service-Based Integration

Data Transformation& Business Logic

Interoperability

Applications

evolution of integration technology18

BPEL4WS

WS-Security

SOAP

WSDL

WS-Tx

XPATH

BPEL4WS

OMI

BPEL4WS

XSLT

J2EE

Evolution of Integration Technology

Management & Optimization

BPM & Workflow

Security, Reliable Messaging &

Transactions

Data Transformation& Business Logic

Interoperability

Applications

evolution of integration technology19

BPEL4WS

WS-Security

SOAP

WSDL

WS-Tx

XPATH

BPEL4WS

OMI

BPEL4WS

XSLT

J2EE

Evolution of Integration Technology

Management & Optimization

BPM & Workflow

Security, Reliable Messaging &

Transactions

Data Transformation& Business Logic

Interoperability

Applications

evolution of integration technology20

BPEL4WS

WS-Security

SOAP

WSDL

XPATH

WS-Tx

BPEL4WS

OMI

BPEL4WS

XSLT

J2EE

Evolution of Integration Technology

Management & Optimization

BPM & Workflow

Security, Reliable Messaging &

Transactions

Data Transformation& Business Logic

Interoperability

Applications

evolution of integration technology21

BPEL4WS

WS-Security

SOAP

WSDL

XPATH

WS-Tx

BPEL4WS

OMI

BPEL4WS

XSLT

J2EE

Evolution of Integration Technology

Management & Optimization

BPM & Workflow

Security, Reliable Messaging &

Transactions

Data Transformation& Business Logic

Interoperability

Applications

evolution of integration technology22

BPEL4WS

WS-Security

SOAP

WSDL

WS-Tx

XPATH

BPEL4WS

OMI

BPEL4WS

XSLT

J2EE

Evolution of Integration Technology

Management & Optimization

BPM & Workflow

Security, Reliable Messaging &

Transactions

Data Transformation& Business Logic

Interoperability

Applications

continued innovation at top of stack

BPEL4WS

WS-Security

Business Activity Monitoring

SOAP

WS-Tx

XPATH

WSDL

BPEL4WS

OMI

BPEL4WS

XSLT

J2EE

Continued Innovation at “Top of Stack”

Management & Optimization

BPM & Workflow

Web Service-Based Integration

Security, Reliable Messaging &

Transactions

Data Transformation& Business Logic

Interoperability

Applications

today s web service standards just the tip of the iceberg

SOAP

WSDL

XML

Today’s Web Service Standards – Just the Tip of the Iceberg

The Common View Falls Short of What’s Required for Mission-Critical Business

Management

Security

Business Process Modeling

Data Transformation

Transactional Integrity

Workflow

wsbi is built for the enterprise
WSBI Is Built For The Enterprise

WSBI=Web Services+Enterprise Integration

  • Massively Scalable Architecture
  • Cross-Resource Business Process Management
  • Native Support for non-Web Standard Resources
  • Data Transformation
  • Human Workflow & Personal Portal Support
  • Proven Security Model
  • Comprehensive Systems Management
  • Business Activity Monitoring
webmethods first with web services
webMethods – First with Web Services
  • Built for Service-Based Integration across the Web
    • webMethods means Web services
  • Pioneer in XML, leader in most standards bodies
    • SOAP, WSDL, Security, Business processing, etc.
  • Record of early standards incorporation into product
  • Unique value proposition:
    • Mature integration platform,
    • Offered by standards leader,
    • Built on a Web services-based architecture

webMethods = Web Service-Based Integration

thought and standards leadership

1997

1996

1999

1998

XML/B2B

SOAP/WIDL

XQL

  • Chief architect for RosettaNet
  • Expert member, JSR XML Data Binding
  • 1st RosettaNet Architecture Partner
  • Co-developed XQL with Microsoft
  • Invented message broker
  • Pioneered XML for B2B
  • Partnered with MS in first designs of SOAP
  • Proposed WIDL, a pre-cursor of WSDL, to W3C

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

B2BEAISOAP

XKMSWSDLSOAP

2000

2001

2002

OMI Standard

  • Founding member UDDI
  • SOAP 1.2 / XMLP
  • Co-author SOAP with attachments
  • 1st XML Schema Support
  • 1st unified B2B/EAI offering
  • Co-submitted WSDL 1.1 to W3C
  • Co- submitted XKMS to W3C
  • WG - SOAP Routing & Reliable Msg Extensions
  • WG -Web Services Coord. Group
  • Co-authored ebXML messaging
  • Co-Authored OMI standard
  • W3C WSDL, SOAP, and Architecture working groups
  • WS-I and SOAPBuilders
  • 1st UCCNet certification
  • 1st with full UAN support
Thought and Standards Leadership
standards based integration

J2EE, JMS, EJB, JCA, JDBC, JNDI, JTA, JSP

cXML, ebXML, XPATH, XSLT, XQL, XML Schema

SOAP, UDDI, WSDL, WSFL, BPEL4WS

VANs, ANSI x.12, EDIINT, EDAFACT

RosettaNet, HIPAA, UCCNET, SWIFT, CIDX

Standards Based Integration

Java

XML

Web Services

EDI

eStandards

wsbi web services done right
WSBI – Web Services Done Right
  • Enterprise-class solutions embrace and surpass current WS standards
  • Protects legacy system investments
    • Any service can be exposed as a Web service
    • Any service can call any Web service
  • Lowers total cost of integration
    • Develop Enterprise Web Services with no coding
    • Extensive run time monitoring and optimization
  • Future proof – Ready for additional standards as they develop
sampling of production wsbi customers
Sampling of Production WSBI Customers
  • AT&T
  • Avnet Computer Marketing
  • Bank of America
  • D&B
  • Dell
  • Future Electronics
  • Met Life
  • NEC Electronics
slide31

Met Life - Conceptual Architecture

Customer

Record

Maintenance

Customer Touch-points

Statusing

Financial Services

Representative

Doc Generator

Broker

Customer Service

Representative

Customer

Shared

Business

Processes

Administrative

Processes

Call Center

Representative

CRM

MetLife

e-Commerce

Portal

ERP

Process

Financial

Process

VRU

future electronics wsbi is a competitive advantage providing real time global information

E-Catalog

Mail

Coyote

SRM

WMS

Web Catalog

CRM

Integration Broker (webMethods)

Data Whse

New WMS

Tandem

Oracle

I2 Discovery

Vastera

GetPaid

MA

Future Electronics - WSBI is a competitiveadvantage, providing real-time global information

Leader and innovator in marketing and distribution of semiconductors and other electronic components. Operates from 155 offices in 35 countries. 2001 revenues $2.9 billion.

  • Identifying common business functions and exposing as services, for use by multiple systems and audiences.
looking into the future
Looking into the Future
  • Removal of proprietary protocols
    • Like HTML remove proprietary layout
    • Network APIs specified in WSDL
    • An “application dial-tone”
  • Semantic alignment
    • Agreement on what things mean would allow plug-n-play applications
    • To what degree is this possible?
  • Portable implementations
    • Standards-based
    • True network applications
pragmatics actions to pursue today

?

Pragmatics – Actions to Pursue Today
  • Put a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) into place
    • Web services are part of an SOA
  • Develop an integration strategy that includes Web services
    • Web services are part of an Integration Strategy
  • Start developing Web services now, but stay pragmatic
    • Not everything can or should be a Web service – Especially Today!
  • Insist on standards and innovation, simultaneously
wsbi a summary
WSBI – A Summary
  • Web services are an evolution, not a revolution
    • The first step toward integration standards
  • Web Service-Based Integration protects investments
    • Past, Present, and Future
  • Any lasting solution must be standards-based
    • Three big steps before the industry reaches a total solution
  • Advice
    • Develop an integration strategy; stay pragmatic
thank you

Thank You.

andy.astor@webMethods.com