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IBM SOA Architect Summit

Keynote Presentation:

Aligning IT with Business


Goals Through SOA

Garry Gomersall
SOA Business Executive North-East Europe
IBM Software

© 2008 IBM Corporation


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Agenda

SOA in the context of Business Agility and Innovation

SOA Enterprise Architecture Best Practices


– SOA Reference Architecture
– SOA Methods & Best Practices

SOA Governance

What’s Next for SOA

Summary

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Change…the greatest challenge and greatest opportunity for CEOs


Is Your Architecture Ready?
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A view from ov

CFO Study

Human
Capital
Study

CEO Study

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Business Success Depends Upon Your Ability to Master Agility

Top CFO concerns in enabling the business to be more agile,


responsive and competitive:
Driving cost reduction
Identifying and executing growth strategies
IBM Global CFO Study 2008

Different business scenarios driving


to the same core strategic need

Cost cutting & Innovation


survival & growth
AGILITY

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Achieve Greater Agility Through Service Orientation

Cost cutting & survival Innovation & growth

Flexible cost effective Empower the business and


processes differentiate products and
service

Cost control through


end-to-end
connectivity Faster time to value though
increased alignment
between Business & IT
Deliver reusable assets
–maximizing return on IT Grain greater visibility and
investments control across
processes, and
applicatoins

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Reach Service Orientation From Multiple Onramps…


Business
Architecture

Business
Processes
SOA Foundation &
Infrastructure

Success requires the


alignment of business & IT

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Industry Frameworks Accelerate Service Orientation


Software platforms based on business specific
usage pattern:
Standards-based industry-specific extensions
Business Partner-provided assets
Lowers project risk and cost
Accelerates adoption of industry standards
Framework Coverage Across Industries
Available Now: Coming Soon:
Telecommunications Manufacturing Integration
Energy & Utilities
Media Hub
Retail
Network Centric Operations
Banking
Customs, Ports and Borders
Financial Markets
Insurance Process Automation
Automotive
Electronics Core Banking Renovation

Aerospace & Defense


Chemicals & Petroleum
Healthcare

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TM
The Smart SOA Approach Advances Capabilities for Increased
Alignment
Business Aligned IT and
Business result in
Extend Adapt DOUBLE the
End-to-End Transform Dynamically
productivity gains of
isolated business and
IT efforts*
IT

Rapidly Deploy and Change


Model and Simulate

Business Events Business Policy


Processing
Detect correlations in Determine & execute correct
business tasks to make actions based on business
earlier & more intelligent conditions … not hard coded
decisions rules
Faster Value with
SOA Entry Points

Continuously Optimize Monitor, Predict and Act


*Source: London School of Economics – McKinsey survey and
analysis of 100 companies in France, Germany, UK and US

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“SOA Has Dramatically Grown in Popularity”


According to Gartner, Inc.

SOA will be used in more than 50 percent of new mission-critical


operational applications and business processes designed in 2007
and in more than 80 percent by 2010.

SOA … will rapidly become the architectural foundation for virtually


every new business-critical application.

SOA has dramatically grown in popularity, and adoption has expanded


across vertical industries, geographies and organization sizes.

The practical benefits of a well-implemented SOA are greater


adaptability, faster time to deployment and lower costs for application
development and integration.

Gartner Press Release: “Gartner Says SOA Will Be Used in More Than 50 Percent of New Mission-
Critical Operational Applications and Business Processes Designed in 2007” April 25, 2007

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What Benefits Are Organizations Seeing With SOA?


Increased revenue
Benefits Reported by Leading
Edge Adopters of SOA
Reduced risk
51%
Improved flexibility
71%
Cost savings
100%
si n ess
Bu
97%

nic al
T ech
Source: IBM Institute for Business Value Study

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Business & IT Align Through BPM & SOA To Drive Specific Business Outcomes

Business Process Management Business Outcome

CRM
F&A

Order

Claims

Check Availability
New Customer

Business & IT
Alignment:
Application View: Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
SOA Composite Business Services
Governance

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Business & IT Align Through BPM & SOA To Drive Specific Business Outcomes

Business Process Management Business Outcome

WHAT ? WHY ?

CRM
F&A

Order

Claims
HOW ?
Check Availability
New Customer

Business & IT
Alignment:
Application View: Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
SOA Composite Business Services
Governance

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SOA Spans a Continuum From Basic to Advanced


Aligning Service Oriented Approaches

Extend Adapt
Foundational End-to-End Transform Dynamically

Smart SOA is about leveraging SOA principles at various levels to derive


business value, applying them in a way that can grow as your needs evolve

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Distinct Value …
Regardless of Where You Choose to Engage
Greater agility in Optimization and Business model Predictive
Value to specific, innovation across innovation to business
Business departmental end-to-end support the automatically
business areas business processes Globally Integrated responding to
Enterprise market forces
Coordination Enterprise-wide Enact significant
Scope Collaboration within across lines of organizational shifts without direct
a line of business
business cooperation IT involvement

Extend Adapt
Foundational End-to-End Transform Dynamically

End-to-end business IT for strategic


Technology
Value to IT Focused, proven, process management advantage and
becomes
high-ROI projects to innovate and business model
invisible
optimize innovation
% functions
expressed as <10% <40% <80% >80%
services
% of services
reused
<5% <20% <50% >50%

Based on 5700 customers using our SOA offerings

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Agenda

SOA in the context of Business Agility and Innovation

SOA Enterprise Architecture


Best Practices
– SOA Reference Architecture
– SOA Methods & Best Practices

SOA Governance

What’s Next for SOA

Summary

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IT’s Architectural Evolution: Making IT More Responsive

Pre 1950’s 1970’s to 1980’s to Mid 1990’s to Late Today


To 1960’s mid 1980’s Mid 1990’s Early 2000’s 1990’s

Sub-routines
Remote Services
Monolithic /Remote Message
Object EAI / ORBs
Architectures Procedure Processing (SOA)
Invocation
Calls

Increasing Modularity to Achieve Flexibility

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Older Architectures Do Not Support Flexibility


Required by Current Business Environments

Pricing

Web Sales Orders


Orders & Supply
Chain

Monolithic Business Applications – built historically


Must periodically synchronize on inventory information
Pricing information into each inserted differently based on application structure
No common customer database, inventory or flexibility in business processes

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Component-based Architecture is Not Enough

Customers
Pricing

Web Orders
Inventory
Shipments Sales
Orders

Services defined as units of business logic, but…


Flow of control – bound into service logic
Transformation of data formats bound into service logic
Tight coupling between components makes them fragile

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Service Oriented Architecture


Moves IT Logic Out of Services

Customers
Pricing

Web Orders
Inventory
Shipments Sales
Orders

Services defined as units of business logic separated from…


Flow of control and routing
Data transformation and protocol transformation

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Why SOA Now?


“SOA is the next-wave architecture to drive the evolution of IT.”
Alex Cullen
Principal Analyst for IT Management, Forrester Research

Standards have been widely


adopted

Software is mature and available

Governance is well-defined

Best practices are in place

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SOA Reference Architecture


Supporting the SOA Lifecycle

Business Services
Supports enterprise business process and
goals through businesses functional service

Interaction Services Process Services Information Services


Enables collaboration Manages diverse data and
Development between people, processes &
Orchestrate and automate
content in a unified
Management
Services business processes Services
information manner
Integrated
environment Manage and
for design and secure
creation of Enterprise Service Bus services,
solution assets applications &
resources

Info Assets
Partner Services Business App Services Access Services

Apps &
Build on a robust, Facilitate interactions with
Connect with trading
scaleable, and secure existing information and
partners
services environment application assets

Infrastructure Services
Optimizes throughput, availability and utilization

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Leverage SOA Experience and Best Practices


The SOA Entry Points
When selecting SOA projects, focus on solving specific business problems
as part of an evolving enterprise architecture

IBM has a variety of assets and best practices around the SOA entry points,
based on our extensive experience with customers

People Entry Point:


Interaction and Collaboration
Process Entry Point:
Process Automation
Information Entry Point:
Information as a Service

Reuse Entry Point:


Creating and reusing
Connectivity Entry Point: proven, high-value assets
Securely and flexibly interconnecting

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Service-Oriented Architecture
An SOA is composed of multiple layers…services need to connect end-end

AJAX Portlets WSRP B2B Other


consumers
Service Consumer

Integration (Enterprise Service Bus Approach)

Data Architecture and Business Intelligence


QoS, Security, Management, and
business processes

Monitoring Infrastructure Service


process choreography

Governance
services
atomic and composite
Service Provider

service components

operational systems Packaged Custom OO


Application Application Application

Composite Service
Atomic Service
Registry

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Process Integrity Takes SOA to the Next Level


Enabling Integrity of Transactions, Interactions and Information

Extend Adapt
Foundational End to end Transform Dynamically

SOA Entry Points Process Integrity

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Process Integrity is Critical to Advanced SOA Projects


To Achieve Business Agility without Sacrificing Integrity
Critical end-to-end processes require an SOA environment that can provide:
Full transactional support across distributed systems
Automated compensation and resynchronization
Recovery at all levels (service bus, application, database, server…)
Enterprise-class scalability to handle 1000’s service calls per minute

CRM Supply Chain Supply Chain Financial


(internal) (external)
Application A Application B Application C Application D
End-to-end
Integration

Connectivity (ESB, Messaging, Adapters, Registry/Repository, Standards)


Process

Process Automation (Choreography, Flow Control)

Security Quality of Service

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SOA Lifecycle
Discover
Construct & Test Integrate people
Compose Integrate processes
Manage and integrate
information

Gather
requirements
Model & Simulate
Design Manage applications
& services
Manage identity &
Financial transparency compliance
Business/IT alignment Monitor business
metrics
Process control

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9 Entry Points for a SOA Transformation, allow companies to
identify the individually best suited starting point
IT
Transformation Start Business
Business Model Transformation
Start

Information People
as Service Productivity
SOA
Processes Business Process Start Start Start
Roadmap &
Management Governance
Start

IT Applications Start Start


Application Application
Connectivity Reuse

IT Infrastructure Start
Infrastructure
Modernization

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IBM has techniques to help accelerate business innovation

Business priority IBM technique Outcome

Drive growth and achieve Component Business Modeling Developing the business case for
differentiation by leveraging core ServicesSM transformation by creating a
competencies logical representation of a
business, making it easier to
CBM analyze business process
performance and define
differentiating components

Assess current SOA adoption SIMM- Service Integration Identify the pain points for the
maturity level of the organization Maturity Model scoped projects Identify the Gaps
to make it run as an integrated
and seamless part of the business SIMM and build the SOA Roadmap

Develop a flexible set of Service-Oriented Modeling An SOA design recommendation


business-aligned IT services and Architecture that includes a detailed
that collectively fulfill an description of the SOA service
organization’s business processes model and solution architecture
SOMA
and goals while leveraging
existing IT assets

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Component Business Modeling ServicesSM (CBM) CBM


Summary
What it is:
Analytical technique that breaks business functions into a structured collection of components
Identifies services that are differentiating by applying objective evaluation criteria
Generates views (“heat maps”) that show where transformation opportunities lie
Develops business case for IT and business transformation opportunities
DecideBreak
Finally,
what’sdown
prioritize
differentiating
Then,
your your
business
analyze
transformation
vs. what’s
into
costsitssimply
components
initiatives
operating
What it entails: Product Customer Manufacturing Supply Chain & Business
Management Relationship Distribution Administration
In-depth analysis of enterprise structure
Corporate Strategy
and component processes Category/Brand Customer Relationship Manufacturing Strategy
Supply Chain Strategy
Strategy Strategy
Corporate Planning

70 IBM proprietary templates for 17 industries and Strategy


Category/Brand Customer Relationship
Supplier Relationship
Management Alliance Management
Supply Chain Planning
sub-industries Planning Planning
Line of Business Planning
Production and
Collaborative, consultative engagement Brand P&L
Management
Assessing Customer
Satisfaction
Materials Planning
Distribution Oversight
Business Performance
Management

Typically spans 3-4 months Tactics


Matching Supply
and Demand Customer Insights Manufacturing
External Market
Analysis
Oversight
Organization and Process
Marketing Development & Design
Effectiveness Inbound Outbound

What you can expect to get out of it: Supplier Control Logistics Logistics Legal and Regulatory
Account Management Compliance
Product Ideation

A business case for transformation


Treasury and Risk
Make Products
Management
Concept/Product Testing Value-Added Services

Component Business Map with logical Assemble/Pkg. Distribution Center Accounting and GL
Product Development Customer Account Products Operations
Servicing Indirect Procurement
Execution
description of business functions,
Product Management
Plant Inventory
Retail Marketing Execution Facilities and Equipment
Management
Marketing Execution Transportation Resources Management

highlighting those which could provide Consumer Service


In-store Inventory Mgmt
En route Inventory
HR Administration
Manufacturing Procurement
competitive differentiation Product Directory Customer Directory Management IT Systems and Operations

Transformational map that suggests Seek external provider/external utility * Example of a CBM map for a
Strategic differentiation
High capital area consumer products company
which projects to tackle first to achieve Consolidate and/or create internal utility
Competitive
High cost areaparity
desired results Integrate and redesign
Basic
High cost & capital area
No action

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The SIMM helps create an incremental SOA transformation


roadmap

Dynamically
Composite Virtualized Re-Configurable
Silo Integrated Componentized Services Services Services Services
Componentized Processes Provided Mix & match
Outsourced
Isolated Business Business Process Componentized Business Provides & Consumed via business capabilities
Business services; BPM
Line Driven Integration Business & Consumes Composite Business via context-aware
and BAM
Services services services
SOA and IT Governance
Ad hoc LOB IT Ad hoc Enterprise Common SOA and IT
Organization Emerging SOA Infrastructure Implemented
Strategy & IT Strategy & Governance Governance
Governance Governance processes
Governance
Alignment
How Do
Governance using automated
Today SOA Project Alignment
I Get Here? Policies
Service
Structured Object Component Service Service Grammar
Oriented
Methods Analysis & Oriented Based Oriented Oriented Oriented
Modeling for
Design Modeling Development Modeling Modeling Modeling
infrastructure
Dynamic
Applications
Application
Applications composed of Virtualized
Modules Objects Components Services Assembly;
Composite Services
context-aware
Services
invocation

Dynamically Re-
Architecture Monolithic Layered Component Emerging Grid Enabled
SOA Configurable
Architecture Architecture Architecture SOA SOA
Architecture

Enterprise
Virtualized
Application LOB or Enterprise Information as a Business Data Semantic Data
Information Canonical Models Information
Specific Specific Service Dictionary & Vocabularies
Services
Repository
Context-aware
Common Project-based SOA
LOB Platform Platform Common SOA Event-based
Infrastructure Reusable SOA Environment;
Specific Specific Environment Sense &
Infrastructure Environment Sense & Respond
Respond
Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7

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Service-Integration Maturity Model (SIMM) SIMM


Summary
What it is:
A step-by-step method for assessing an organizations Services Integration maturity and identify the
required capabilities and initiatives to mature the organizations service integration maturity to the next
level and the benefits achieved by transforming to the next level.

What it entails:
A 7 X 7 matrix with detail characteristics and Dynamically

attributes to measure an organizations


Composite Virtualized Re-Configurable
Silo Integrated Componentized Services Services Services Services
Componentized Processes Provided Mix & match
maturity in service integration.
Outsourced
Isolated Business Business Process Componentized Business Provides & Consumed via business capabilities
Business services; BPM
Line Driven Integration Business & Consumes Composite Business via context-aware
and BAM

The assessment technique to define the As-is


Services services services
SOA and IT Governance
Ad hoc LOB IT Ad hoc Enterprise Common SOA and IT
Emerging SOA Infrastructure Implemented
and To-be IT environment.
Organization Strategy & IT Strategy & Governance Governance
Governance Governance using automated
Governance Governance processes Alignment
Alignment Policies

Engagements range from 2 weeks to 8 weeks Structured


Analysis &
Object
Oriented
Component
Based
Service
Oriented
Service
Oriented
Service
Oriented
Grammar
Oriented
Methods
for defining a SOA Transformation Roadmap.
Modeling for
Design Modeling Development Modeling Modeling Modeling
infrastructure
Dynamic
Applications
Application
composed of Virtualized
Applications Modules Objects Components Services Assembly;
Composite Services

What you can expect to get out if it:


context-aware
Services
invocation

Dynamically Re-
Architecture Monolithic Layered Component Emerging Grid Enabled
SOA Configurable
Architecture Architecture Architecture SOA SOA
Architecture

• Current IT Environment Enterprise


Virtualized

• To-Be IT Environment
Application LOB or Enterprise Information as a Business Data Semantic Data
Information Canonical Models Information
Specific Specific Service Dictionary & Vocabularies
Services
Repository

• The Gaps in current IT environment LOB Platform Platform


Common Project-based
Common SOA
SOA
Context-aware
Event-based
Infrastructure Reusable SOA Environment;
• SOA Transformation Roadmap Specific Specific
Infrastructure Environment
Environment
Sense & Respond
Sense &
Respond
Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7

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CBM and SOA need to be connected to define a logical, and consistent,


path for change. Service-Oriented Modeling and Architecture (SOMA) provides in-
depth guidance on how to move from business models to the models required by an SOA.
SOA Business Reference Architecture Model
Develop New Markets
and Products Acquire and Manage Customers Develop and Provide Network Services Manage Enterprise

Marketing
New Product
Sales
Customer
Management
Billing and Provisioning Service
Network
Resource Business
Business
Services
Development Collections & Fulfillment Assurance Management
and Care Development
Planning and Analysis

Product Sales Strategic Enterprise


Portfolio Channel Planning
Planning Strategy Technology and
Market and Fulfillment Service
Brand Resource
Customer and resource Strategy and IT Strategy
Strategy Partner Strategy and Supply Chain/Value Net
Care Strategy Planning Readiness
Product Dev. Capacity Strategy
Alliance Planning
Strategy Planning

Business Innovation & Optimization


Strategy
Stakeholder Mgmt/ Legal
and Regulatory

User
Brand

Services
Management Product
(Direct, React and

Development Sales, Billing & Service

Technology Management (IT, R&D, Disaster Recovery)


and Channel, and Network
Collections Management

Stakeholder and External Relations Management


Retirement Alliance Resource
Customer Management
Performance
Control)

Management
Tactics

Care Device and


Management
Management Supplier Order
Management

Financial and Asset Management


Marketing Account Customer
Communicatio Planning SLA / QoS
ns, Supplier/
Management

HR Management
Advertising Partner

Procurement
and Promotion Performance
Loyalty and Retention Management
Service

Interaction Process Services Information


Development Customer Interface Management Supplier/
and
Operate and execute

Order Handling Partner Enable resource


Marketing Retirement Customer Contact Operations Problem provisioning
Research and
Reporting & (Engineering and
Analysis Sales Problem B&C Service Management

Services
Construction)

Services
Customer Configuration,
Analytics and
product
Rating
Customer
Activation and
Disconnects Service Testing
and
Manages
Orchestrate and
matching Billing
Problem Service performance

diverse data and


Sales
Enables collaboration
Handling and Supplier/ Problem management
Execute Resolution Resource
Partner Management

automate business
Campaigns Provisioning
Launch Product Settlement Inventory
an d market
between people,
content in a
and Billing Management
fulfillment

processes

Development
processes & information
unified manner

Services

Management
IT Service
Enterprise Service Bus
SOAServices
Solution
Services
Modeling
Business
Services Partner Business App Access
Services Services Services Services Services
Build on a robust, Facilitate interactions
Services Connect with scaleable, and secure with existing information
Services trading partners services environment and application assets
Services
Services Infrastructure
Services
Services Services

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Service Oriented Analysis, Modeling, and Design

Top Down Approach – Business Requirements


can be rendered as a Business Process Model
– Articulate and model the business intent as a process
– Process model becomes an input for service design

Bottom Up Approach – Existing IT assets are


discovered and evaluated as possible services
– Identify existing components as candidate services
– Assets can be transformed into service interfaces and
implementations

Meet-In-The-Middle Approach – Identification


of business goals and sub-goals
– Goals and sub-goals correlate to candidate services

UML Profile for Software Services and RUP SOMA


enforces discipline in designing software services

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Service-Oriented Modeling and Architecture (SOMA) SOMA


Summary
What it is:
A step-by-step method for creating a service-oriented architecture
Supports the delivery of a company’s core and differentiating business processes
Enables the identification, specification and realization of the services offered by the business and the
components that realize those services

What it entails: Steps in a SOMA approach


A collaborative, consultative engagement,
which may include: SOA strategy, identification << Input : Business Componentization &
of the business services, SOA design, Analysis (e.g., CBM) >>
development and/or implementation Identification
Engagements range from 6 weeks to several of candidate Services and Flows
months for strategy and planning, or longer if
design and implementation are required Specification
of Services, Components, Flows
What you can expect to get out if it: Realization
SOA design and transition recommendations Decisions
Detailed specifications of the SOA service
model components << Output to: SOA Implementation >>
SOA solution architecture

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Align business architecture and IT architecture


• Break down your business into components
• Decide what is strategically important, and what is just operations in
the value chain domains
Business • Analyze the different KPIs attached to these components
Architecture • Prioritize and scope your transformation projects
CBM
• Assess your current SOA adoption maturity level
• Identify the pain points for the scoped projects
• Define the As-Is environment for the scoped projects
Assess & Plan • Define the To-Be environment for the scoped projects
SIMM • Identify the Gaps and build the SOA Roadmap
• Define a Service Model
• Identify your services based on your business components
• Specify the services and components accordingly
Service • Make SOA realization decisions based on architectural
Modeling decisions
SOMA • Implement a Service Model
• Develop a service-oriented architecture to support the
Componentized Business
SOA • Implement service based scoping policy for projects
Realization • Implement appropriate governance mechanism

Business-Aligned IT Architecture

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From Business Modeling to Implementation


Business Assets
Component Business Industry CBM Maps
Model Industry Imperatives
Heat maps Business Solution Priorities
Business Processes Leverage CBM Tool
Component Business Model
Business Process Models

Functional Assets SOA based applications


architecture
Reference Architecture
Repeatable, Standard, Model
Services Model driven development approach
Use Case Model, Service Oriented Modeling &
Service Components, etc.
Service Oriented Architecture
Architecture (SOMA)
Leverage SOA-Integration
Framework
Operational Assets
Standards based
Operational Model
Technical Transaction Deployment Units
Maps Solutions Realized on SOA Foundation
SOA Foundation
Performance Model

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Agenda

SOA in the context of Business Agility and Innovation

SOA Enterprise Architecture Best Practices


– SOA Reference Architecture
– SOA Methods & Best Practices

SOA Governance

What’s next for SOA

Summary

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Agenda

SOA in the context of Business Agility and Innovation

SOA Enterprise Architecture Best Practices


– SOA Reference Architecture
– SOA Methods & Best Practices
SOA Governance

What’s Next for SOA

Summary

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Extending the SOA Platform

Robust infrastructure
“Light weight” for Enterprise QoS Enables dynamic,
consumer platform industry-specific
Service management
business services
and governance
Facilitates creation Facilitates creation
of user-defined Facilitates creation
of composite of next generation
situational service- applications
based applications applications

Web 2.0 Platform SOA Foundation Business Services


Platform

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Extending the SOA Consumer Platform: Web 2.0

Mash-ups and Situational Composite


Applications Applications

Customer
Employee Partner

Services

Web 2.0 Platform

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Extending The SOA Provider Platform: Business Services

Business Level Agility Business


Dynamic assembly and delivery of services Services
Service based on business context
Oriented Reusable building blocks at a business level
Applications Incremental approach to business solutions that
lowers risk
Choreo-
SOA-Enabled Process Automation graphed
Service Process driven choreography of services Services
Orchestration Process automation with associated business logic
encapsulated within the business process
Improved flexibility and manageability with your SOA

Simplify Integration Basic


Standards- Services
Easier integration and connectivity
based Standardized components and Web services
Integration Based on well accepted technical standards

Business Services Platform

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Agenda

SOA in the context of Business Agility and Innovation

SOA Enterprise Architecture Best Practices


– SOA Reference Architecture
– SOA Best Practices

SOA Governance

What’s Next for SOA

Summary

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SOA is a team sport


Different focus areas within SOA to meet customers'priorities

Business Driven Development


Enabling clients to govern the business process of software development

Maximizing People Productivity within an SOA


Delivered through a natural, intuitive, adaptive user experience

Business Process Management


Understand, improve, and manage your business processes to enable rapid
operational change

Information as a Service
Achieve new levels of information flexibility, consistency and availability

IT Service Management
Manage your IT infrastructure, to more effectively and efficiently deliver IT
services

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