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Matrix and Web Services meeting and the effect on big business registering Takanori Seki, Distinguished Engineer Grid Computing Business, IBM Japan 22-60

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Contents Enterprise Computing History Virtual Organization and Grid Computing Web Services Evolution with SOA Grid and Web Services Convergence Adoption and Expansion of Grid Application Summary © 2004 IBM Corporation

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Enterprise Computing History (Blank Page) © 2004 IBM Corporation

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1 st Generation Enterprise Computing Discrete Business Applications inside Enterprise Coupled by manual or cluster handling Separate application sets like Order, Inventory, Accounting Through print-out or screen-scrubber Local advancement on every business operation Data storehouse issue © 2004 IBM Corporation

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2 nd Generation Enterprise Computing Monolithic Integration with Package Apps around Business Process ERP bundle coordinates an arrangement of use firmly yet solid Data storehouse issue determined inside ERP Needs numerous customization to embrace New business application bundles make larger amount information storehouse issue Between application bundles like CRM, e-trade, SCM and so on. B2B and B2C make new reconciliation needs crosswise over endeavors © 2004 IBM Corporation

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3 rd Generation Enterprise Computing EAI needs by On-interest Business ERP and solid application bundles combination through EAI (Enterprise Application Integration) Has to be responsive through whole procedures as big business in system economy Still firmly non-adaptable mix between business forms No dynamic organization empowered Difficult to change and make new process (70% of IT spending plan spent for current framework related upkeep) Difficult to change IT asset for business exchange vacillation Huge spike as e-trade nature © 2004 IBM Corporation

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Next-Generation Enterprise Computing Enterprise Application Needs for Network Economy Build business handle powerfully as composite administrations inside Enterprise and crosswise over Enterprise Disintegrate solid business forms Long business exchange to finish a business procedure Dynamic asset designation for exchange variance © 2004 IBM Corporation

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Virtual Organization and Grid Computing (Blank Page) © 2004 IBM Corporation

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~PBytes/sec ~100 MBytes/sec Offline Processor Farm ~20 TIPS There is a "cluster intersection" each 25 nsecs. There are 100 "triggers" every second Each activated occasion is ~1 MByte in size ~100 MBytes/sec Online System Tier 0 CERN Computer Center ~622 Mbits/sec or Air Freight (censured) Tier 1 France Regional Center Germany Regional Center Italy Regional Center FermiLab ~4 TIPS ~622 Mbits/sec Tier 2 Tier2 Center ~1 TIPS Caltech ~1 TIPS Tier2 Center ~1 TIPS Tier2 Center ~1 TIPS Tier2 Center ~1 TIPS HPSS ~622 Mbits/sec Institute ~0.25TIPS Institute Physics information reserve ~1 MBytes/sec 1 TIPS is around 25,000 SpecInt95 reciprocals Physicists deal with investigation "channels". Every establishment will have ~10 physicists taking a shot at one or more stations; information for these stations ought to be reserved by the foundation server Pentium II 300 MHz Pentium II 300 MHz Pentium II 300 MHz Pentium II 300 MHz Tier 4 Physicist workstations Example of Scientific Application Similar Requirements in Scientific Application Build research handle progressively as composite administrations crosswise over Internet Dynamic asset assignment through Internet Science applications jump from discrete applications to Grid through WWW http://www.griphyn.org http://www.ppdg.net http://www.eu-datagrid.org © 2004 IBM Corporation

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The Grid Enterprise Computing Reached Grid Story "Asset sharing & facilitated critical thinking in element, multi-institutional virtual associations" Enable combination of disseminated assets Using universally useful conventions & framework To accomplish superior to anything best-exertion benefit "The Grid: Beyond the Hype" by Ian Foster, 2004 © 2004 IBM Corporation

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Grid and Web Services for Next-Gen Needs Common Next Generation Computing Dynamic virtual association development as business/examination prepare Long exchange as business/exploration process Reliable preparing over temperamental system Technology Requirements Meta-Operating System to shape a virtual association over heterogeneous environment Loosely-coupled application/asset Monolithic application decay for element reconciliation Asynchronous and solid message driven correspondence channel System administration base over Internet The answer is "Lattice and Web Services" © 2004 IBM Corporation

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Horizontal Process Business Flexibility IT Simplification Partners On-Demand Operating Environment IBM\'s Articulation of Next-Gen Enterprise IT Environment Integration Business Modeling Process Transformation Application & Information Integration Access Collaboration Business Process Management Infrastructure Management Automation/Virtualization Availability Security Optimization Provisioning Policy-based Orchestration Business Service Management Resource Virtualization of Servers, Storage, Distributed Systems/Grid and the Network SOA Grid © 2004 IBM Corporation

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Web Services Evolution with SOA (Blank Page) © 2004 IBM Corporation

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UDDI Find Publish WSDL Service Bind Requestor SOAP What SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) is SOA goes for acknowledging "attachment and-play" programming segment Easy to interface and simple to separate Consists of an accumulation of "administrations" and can impart each other just An "administration" is a capacity t cap is all around characterized, independent, and does not rely on upon the setting or condition of different administrations. Web Services as one of innovation to understand An arrangement of structural standards which address attributes Amazon and Google as early adopters © 2004 IBM Corporation

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Enterprise Service Bus Server Foundation Modeler Monitor BPEL Studio SOA Evolution ESB as a configuration design for Services Orchestration Total Application Lifecycle support for SOA Transaction/Long Transaction needs © 2004 IBM Corporation

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Grid and Web Services Convergence (Blank Page) © 2004 IBM Corporation

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offer oversee access Resources on interest Applications on interest Global Accessibility Secure and widespread access Business joining Vast asset adaptability Grid Protocols Web Services Common Things for Web Services and Grid Share, get to, and oversee IT assets from physical to sensible over Internet Grid essentially has concentrated on lower disconnected and dynamic asset like registering assets Web Services have concentrated on higher dreamy and static assets like applications OGSA as a meeting innovation proposed in 2002 © 2004 IBM Corporation

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Applications OGSA Architected Services OGSI – Open Grid Services Infrastructure Web Services OGSA Enabled OGSA Enabled OGSA Enabled Network Storage Servers OGSA Enabled OGSA Enabled OGSA Enabled OGSA Enabled OGSA Enabled OGSA Enabled Workflow Security Directory Messaging Database File Systems OGSI Issues as Web Services Technology OGSI created following 2002 as OGSA Foundation, yet… Too much stuff in one detail Does not function admirably with existing Web Services and XML tooling Too question situated Introduction of inevitable WSDL 2.0 ability as unsupported augmentations to WSDL 1.1 © 2004 IBM Corporation

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WS-Resource Properties WS-Resource Lifetime WS-Notification Modeling Stateful Resources with Web Services WS-Base Faults WS-Service Group WS-Renewable References Refactor OGSI into WSRF… A group of Web administrations determination proposition in Jan, 2004 Proposed by Globus, IBM, HP, et.al. Refactor OGSI into WS-Resource Framework and WS-Notification Introduces an outline example to indicate how to utilize Web administrations to get to "stateful" segments Better division of capacity and misuse of other Web Services determination Introduce message based distribute subscribe to Web administrations as a more extensive perspective of warning © 2004 IBM Corporation

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OGSI WS-Resource structure (WSRF) Grid Service Reference WS-Addressing Endpoint Reference Grid Service Handle WS-Addressing Endpoint Reference * HandleResolver portType WS-RenewableReferences Service information definition & access WS-ResourceProperties * GridService lifetime mgmt WS-ResourceLifetime Notification portTypes WS-Notification Factory portType Treated as an example * ServiceGroup portTypes WS-ServiceGroup * Base shortcoming sort WS-BaseFaults Refactor OGSI into WSRF Better partition of capacity and abuse of other Web Services detail * Proposed as WSRF http://www.globus.org/wsrf/sabbah_wsrf.ppt © 2004 IBM Corporation

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Applications OGSA Architected Services Web Services (with WS-Resource Framework + WS-Notification) OGSA Enabled OGSA Enabled OGSA Enabled Network Storage Servers OGSA Enabled OGSA Enabled OGSA Enabled OGSA Enabled OGSA Enabled OGSA Enabled Database Workflow Directory Security Messaging File Systems Web Services as OGSA Foundation Grid applications won\'t require unique Web administrations base Grid Services as a piece of Web Services Specification Can utilize other Web Services gauges actually Standard Web administrations advancement apparatuses can be utilized © 2004 IBM Corporation

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Grid Services as Web Services Service Composition BPEL4WS WS-Notification WS-Service Group Quality of Experience (QoX) WS-Reliable Messaging WS-Transaction WS-Security WS-Resource Lifetime Description WS-Base Faults WS-Resource Properties XSD WSDL WS-Policy WS-Metadata Exchange Messaging SOAP XML WS-Addressing WS-Renewable References Transports JMS RMI/IIOP SMTP HTTP/HTTPS © 2004 IBM Corporation .:tslides

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