Workplace Management Solution Design GBG Meeting

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Att kombinera Movex och Microsoft
utvecklingsmiljö


Björn Torold

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Complexity Curve

As Complexity Increases


In Movex 12Java, Intentia included over 2,800 new functions.


The cost to put a new feature in goes up dramatically

low adaptability.


Our ability to reason about the system becomes overwhelmed and we start
guessing

low quality.


Quality suffers because the domain expert can no longer directly verify the
implementation

low quality, limits innovation.


Features

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The Java Application Strategy


Standard business components out of the box.


Tools and services for configuration without modifications


Workplace for all users, collaboration for all business messages


Foundation for technical infrastructure partly based IBM WebSphere for lowest
TCO and highest ROI


Movex Java is advanced, yet you can install everything on one single PC or laptop.


More Business Application less technical Infrastructure



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IBM and Intentia R&D Synergy


“To see the Movex Java application scale to this magnitude on iSeries is a tribute
to both the Intentia and IBM developers who made this happen … we have been
using Movex in the lab to help optimize the Java Virtual Machine for OS/400
V5R2.”

Buell Duncan, General Manager, IBM eServer iSeries



Performance and Scalability


Linear scalability continues


Movex 12.4 scales better than ever


IBM uses Movex to optimize Java on iSeries OS/400
V5R2 and V5R3


Movex order entry workload (interactive, batch and API)
scales to +2,383,674 business transactions/hour


Autojobs (pre
-
started background processes) scales to
+496,386 business transactions/hour


Java Benefits in OS/400 and Power5
Processor Architecture


JVM designed from JDK specification
and integrated into OS


Java compiled programs


Advanced garbage collector


Optimized DB access


IBM Software Group | WebSphere Software

IBM’s Proven Experience and Commitment to WebSphere

Nobody Invests More


USD 1 billion annual investment in
engineering


Over USD 5 billion investment in
technology acquisitions


Over 6,700 IBM developers


Over 10,750 IGS technical practitioners
trained on WebSphere

Continued Success


More than 3,000 WebSphere Portal
customers


More than 4,000 partners certified on
WebSphere software since 1999


More than 600 integration solutions for
WebSphere Portal like Intentia, PeopleSoft,
Seibel, SSA and SAP


Over 1.1 million registered WebSphere
developers worldwide

Best Java Enterprise Portal Technology, Best Java Modeling Tool, Best Web
Services Development Toolkit, Best Enterprise Application Integration
Technology, Best Web Services Management Tool, Best Java Messaging Tool



JavaPro Readers’ Choice Awards (October 2004)

Technology Innovator: IBM WebSphere Business Integration Server
Express

VARBusiness Magazine’s 2004 Technology Innovator Awards (October 2004)

Award
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Winning WebSphere Software

IBM Software Group | WebSphere Software

Magic Quadrant for Horizontal
Portal Products, 2005

May 18, 2005 by Gene Phifer, Ray Valdes, David
Gootzit, Kim Underwood, Laurie Wurster



The Magic Quadrant is copyrighted March 2005 by Gartner, Inc. and is reused with permission, which permission should not be d
eem
ed to be an endorsement of any company or
product depicted in quadrant. The Magic Quadrant is Gartner, Inc.’s opinion and is an analytical representation of a marketp
lac
e at and for a specific time period. It measures
vendors against Gartner defined criteria for a marketplace. The positioning of vendors within a Magic Quadrant is based on th
e c
omplex interplay of many factors. Gartner does
not advise enterprises to select only those firms in the "Leaders" quadrant. In some situations, firms in the Visionary, Chal
len
ger, or Niche Player quadrants may be the right
matches for an enterprise's requirements. Well
-
informed vendor selection decisions should rely on more than a Magic Quadrant. Ga
rtner research is intended to be one of many
information sources including other published information and direct analyst interaction. Gartner, Inc. expressly disclaims a
ll
warranties, express or implied, of fitness of research
for a particular purpose.

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Business Components Architecture

SQL (ODBC / JDBC)

Movex Programs

Movex MI (API)

Stream Out

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Eclipse


Eclipse is an open source framework for Integrated
Development Environments (www.eclipse.org)


Eclipse has its roots in work done by IBM


Becoming Industry
-
standard


Easier to reuse skills and solutions


Everybody is investing in Eclipse, building plug
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ins, download
free tools and other stuff.


Plug
-
in your own favorite tools


Allow customers and partners to extend the tooling
environment through the plug
-
in architecture of Eclipse


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Eclipse based Tools for Movex Development (MAK)

Screen Design

Output

Management

Language

Field Help

Debug

Programming

Database

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MAK
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Benefits


MAK enables “at customer site” modification


Enable
s

closer cooperation between customer and developer



Improving the quality of the modifications and ensuring instant
feedback that the requirements

are fulfilled


MAK enables “at customer site” troubleshooting


Makes it easy to debug, correct and deploy


Speeds up turnaround time on customer specific problems
regarding


Data


Modifications


Configurations





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Eclipse based Tools for IBrix Development

Information Engine

Web Service Studio

IBrix Programming Model

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Workplace Architecture


Next Step

Net Extension

IBrix

Workplace Framework

IBM

WebSphere Application Server

IBM

WebSphere Portal Server

Portlets

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Business Components Architecture

SQL (ODBC / JDBC)

Movex Programs

Movex MI (API)

Integration Services

SQL

Microsoft Windows

Visual Basic

.NET

Excel / VBA

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Eclipse based Tools for IBrix Development

Information Engine

Web Service Studio

IBrix Programming Model

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