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SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1 – Overview SAP NetWeaver Product Management, SAP AG October 2007 This presentation is a preliminary version and not subject to your license agreement or any other agreement with SAP. This document contains only intended strategies, developments, and functionalities of the SAP® product and is not intended to be binding upon SAP to any particular course of business, product strategy, and/or development. Please note that this document is subject to change and may be changed by SAP at any time without notice. SAP assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in this document.

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  • SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1 – Overview

    SAP NetWeaver Product Management, SAP AGOctober 2007

    This presentation is a preliminary version and not subject to your license agreement or any other agreement with SAP. This document contains only intended strategies, developments, and functionalities of the SAP® product and is not intended to be binding upon SAP to any particular course of business, product strategy, and/or development. Please note that this document is subject to change and may be changed by SAP at any time without notice. SAP assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in this document.

  • SAP NW PI 7.1: Major Enhancements

    Summary and Further Information

  • SAP NW PI 7.1: Major Enhancements

    Summary and Further Information

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    New Capabilities of SAP NW PI 7.1 – Part 1

    Reliable Messaging and Queuing

    Software LifecycleSecurity

    User Management

    ScalabilityHigh Availability

    Archiving

    ConfigurationMonitoring

    Administration

    Dynamic Routing Transformation Connectivity

    Infrastructure Services Java EE5 / ABAP

    BAMProcess

    Automation

    Enterprise Services Repository

    Enhanced Design CapabilitiesService EnablingServices Registry – UDDI V3.0

    Additional WS StandardsWS Reliable MessagingWS PolicyWS Security and SAML

    High Volume SupportLocal processing in Adapter EngineMessage packagingImproved performance for ccBPMReduced sizing

    Process Integration

    Service Bus

    User Interaction (for example, Business Task Management)

    B2B Partner 3rd Party Middleware3rd Party

    ApplicationSAP

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    New Capabilities of SAP NW PI 7.1 – Part 2

    Reliable Messaging and Queuing

    ScalabilityHigh Availability

    Archiving

    ConfigurationMonitoring

    Administration

    Dynamic Routing Transformation Connectivity

    Infrastructure Services Java EE5 / ABAP

    BAMProcess

    Automation

    Event provisioning and consumption for BAM

    Local containerSubscription and handling of business process eventsMilestone Monitoring

    Next steps towards central configuration and administration

    Functional EnhancementsXML payload validationBPEL modeling enhancements

    ............Process Integration

    Service Bus

    B2B Partner 3rd Party Middleware3rd Party

    ApplicationSAP

    Software LifecycleSecurity

    User Management

    User Interaction (for example, Business Task Management)

  • Enterprise Services RepositoryAdditional WS Standards & High Volume SupportBusiness Process ManagementFurther Enhancements

  • Enterprise Services RepositoryAdditional WS Standards & High Volume SupportBusiness Process ManagementFurther Enhancements

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    Evolution of the Enterprise Services Repository

    ANALYTICS/REPORTING

    Bus.Partner Legacy

    PEOPLE PRODUCTIVITY

    SERVICE COMPOSITIONAND ORCHESTRATION

    Business Objects, Components, and Engines

    PartnerServices

    LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT

    SAP’s Enterprise Services

    SERVICE ENABLEMENT

    Enterprise SOAThe ES Repository is based on the Integration Repository

    The ES Repository stores objects, such as GDTs and message interfaces

    Re-use existing data and leverage existing investment

    New and enhanced objects in the ES Repository include

    – Process Component Models

    – Service Interfaces

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    ES Repository – Objects

    Objects in the ES Repository include:

    Integration ScenariosProcess Component ModelsService Interfaces (Enterprise Services)Global Data Types (CCTS based)Interface MappingsExecutable Integration Processes (BPEL)

    ES Repository

    The ES Repository provides a comprehensive metadata repository that can be used for SOA provisioning

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    Process Component Models in the ES Repository

    Based on SAP’s process component architecture methodology

    References toIntegration Scenario ModelsProcess ComponentsBusiness ObjectsService InterfacesGlobal Data Types

    Functionality of Process Components exposed through enterprise services

    The Process Components in the SAP Business Suite are described in SDN

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    Enterprise Services built in the ES Repository

    Enterprise Services:Are mapped to the Service Interface object in the ES RepositoryAre built using a consistent enterprise model based on

    GDTsProcess ComponentsBusiness Objects

    Ensure quality and stabilityAre based on open standardsAre well documented

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    Global Data Types – Building blocks for Service Interfaces

    Global Data Types are: Defined company-wide based on open standards (ISO 15000-5, UN/CEFACT CCTS)Defined in the ES RepositoryApproved SAP-wide using the Governance processReusable semantic building blocks for service interfaces and message types

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    Process Component Models

    Process component architecture models enable SOA governanceDrill down from high-level models to service interfaces and operations

    Service Operation

    Service InterfaceService Interface

    Service Operation

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    The Services Registry – Benefits

    Services Registry – Key BenefitsBased on UDDI 3.0Naming standards and classificationsService evolution and versioningClassification system searchKeyword search servicesService management and governanceProcedures for backendpublicationsProcedures for client developmentService configurationDocumentation

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    Enterprise Services Repository and Registry

    tbd

    CONSUMER TOOLS

    (Composition Environment)

    PUBLISH

    DISCOVER

    REFERENCE

    CONSUMERAPPLICATION

    CONSUMER

    SERVICE IMPLEMENTATION

    PROVIDER

    SERVICESREGISTRY

    SERVICE MODELPUBLICATIONS

    SERVICE ENDPOINTPUBLICATIONS

    ROUTINGMAPPING

    BPM

    INVOCATIONProcess Integration

    DIRECT CONNECTION

    SAP NetWeaver ES Repository Tools

    SERVICEENDPOINT

  • Enterprise Services RepositoryAdditional WS Standards & High Volume SupportBusiness Process ManagementFurther Enhancements

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    Web Services Reliable Messaging (WS-RM)Asynchronous messaging (EO, EOIO) based on open WS standardNative support through Integration Engine (w/o adapter)

    Integration Server

    Integration EngineIntegration Engine

    Business Process EngineBusiness Process Engine

    Central Adapter EngineCentral Adapter Engine

    FTP JMS SMTP …XI Protocoll WS-RM

    Web Services Reliable Messaging

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    Principle Propagation based on SAMLForward user context from sender to receiver Authorization check in receiving system based on original user

    Principle Propagation based on SAML

    Request statusof order xyz??

    Integration Server

    Authorized??

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    High Volume Support (1)

    ISIS

    Integration Engine& ccBPM Engine

    Integration Engine& ccBPM Engine

    Adapter EngineAdapter Engine

    AB

    AP

    Java

    EDIEDI ...... FileFile

    3rd Party Application

    3rd Party Application

    SAPSAP

    Message PackagingProcess bulk of messages in one service call (mapping, routing, ..)Reduce context switchesEnable mass operations on databaseFor async scenarios

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    High Volume Support (2)

    SAPSAP

    ISIS

    Integration Engine& ccBPM Engine

    Integration Engine& ccBPM Engine

    Adapter EngineAdapter Engine

    AB

    AP

    Java

    SOAPSOAP RFCRFC ......

    3rd Party Application

    Local Processing in Adapter EngineNatural evolution of adapter engineProvides mapping, routing to by-pass Integration ServerAdapter to adapter communicationFor sync and async scenarios

    SAPSAP

  • Enterprise Services RepositoryAdditional WS Standards & High Volume SupportBusiness Process ManagementFurther Enhancements

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    Major Enhancements for Process Automation

    Human interactionGeneric user decisionLanguage dependent texts for end-user display, enriched with variablesIntegration paradigm(design/ configuration)

    Step groups (modelingenhancements)

    Configurable parameters

    BPEL adoptionBPEL4WS 1.1WS-BPEL 2.0 Preview and implementation BPEL4People planned

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    Event Provisioning and Consumption for BAM

    Event CorrelationSubscription and handling of business process eventsMilestone Monitoring ProcessDefinition

    Embedded Event InfrastructureCollecting, pre-filtering and publication of events across SAP and non-SAP systems

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    Monitoring Event Provider

    Example: Multi-backbone Order Handling

    XI Runtime

    ….

    Transaction

    ….

    Org.Mgmt.

    Application

    User Mgmt.

    DeliveryOrder Confirmation

    Order InvoiceRaise Alert

    Raise Alert

    TimeoutAfter 24 h

    Get customerKPIs:

    A-customer Complaints statistics

    Yes

    No

    A-Customer and

    Complaints?

    Integration Server

    Application System 1Application System 2

    Monitoring Process Instance (tracks Orders > 10.000 €)

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    BAM Milestone Modeling (BPEL)

    Modelled Event Correlation

    Rule and Alert Trigger

  • Enterprise Services RepositoryAdditional WS Standards & High Volume SupportBusiness Process ManagementFurther Enhancements

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    Major Enhancements for Mapping

    Function librariesRe-usable user defined functions

    Synchronous DB/RFC look-upsUse graphical function to model look-ups

    Parameterizable mappingsSpecify mapping parameters at configuration time

    Functions with multiple resultsLook-up function reads multiple fields

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    XML Payload Validation

    XML Payload ValidationValidate incoming/outgoing messages against XML schemaForward/Backward error handling

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    Process Integration and Enterprise SOA – Runtime

    One service runtime for point-to-point and ‘brokered’ communication

    ServiceRuntime

    Integration Server

    ServiceRuntime

    Routing Mapping …

    ServiceRuntime

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    Centralized Configuration of Point-to-Point ConnectionsOptimize message processing through de-centralized runtime… but keep control through centralized configuration

    Centralized Configuration of Services

    Configuration

    ServiceRuntime

    ServiceRuntime

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    Component Monitoring

    Component Details (from

    SLD)

    Availability & Alerts (RZ20)

    Link to jump to other

    monitors

    Configuration values from Exchange

    profile (read only)

    Filter criteria to search

    Aggregated Performance

    Monitoring data

    Ability to drill-down into individual

    messages

    Unified AdministrationKey monitoring functionalities integrated in SAP NW AdministratorOne place to monitor and administrate SAP NetWeaver

    First Steps Towards Centralized Monitoring

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    Upgrade paths to SAP NW Process Integration 7.1

    Upgrade paths will be offered for

    SAP NW ’04 and

    SAP NW 7.0 (2004s)

    to go to SAP NW Process Integration 7.1.

    SAP NW ‘04 SAP NW 7.0(2004s)

    SAP NWPI 7.1

    Upgrade

    Upgrade Upgr

    ade

  • SAP NW PI 7.1: Major Enhancements

    Summary and Further Information

  • © SAP AG 2007, Process Integration Roadmap, SAP NetWeaver Product Management

    Why use SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1?

    5 Reasons for using SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1

    Use Process Integration as an SOA backboneEstablish ES Repository as the central SOA repository in customer landscapesLeverage support of additional WS standards such as UDDI, WS-BPEL and tasks, WS-RMEnable high-volume and mission-critical integration scenariosBenefit from new functionality such as principal propagation, XML validation and BAM capabilities

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    Further Information

    Public Webhttp://www.sap.com/platform/netweaver, http://www.sap.com/icchttp://www.sdn.sap.com IT Practices and IT Scenarios

    End-to-End Process Integration, Business Event Management,ESA Design and Deployment

    http://www.sdn.sap.com Enterprise SOA, SAP NetWeaver,Partners and ISVs, Forums

    SAP Service Marketplacehttp://service.sap.com/xi http://service.sap.com/bpmshttp://service.sap.com/esa http://service.sap.com/netweaverhttp://service.sap.com/swdc http://service.sap.com/icc

    Training http://service.sap.com/educationBIT400 (SAP XI)BIT430 (SAP XI – BPM)BIT450 (SAP XI Development)BIT460 (SAP XI Mapping)

    New Capabilities of SAP NW PI 7.1 – Part 1New Capabilities of SAP NW PI 7.1 – Part 2Evolution of the Enterprise Services RepositoryES Repository – ObjectsProcess Component Models in the ES RepositoryEnterprise Services built in the ES RepositoryGlobal Data Types – Building blocks for Service InterfacesProcess Component ModelsThe Services Registry – BenefitsEnterprise Services Repository and Registry Web Services Reliable MessagingPrinciple Propagation based on SAMLHigh Volume Support (1)High Volume Support (2)Major Enhancements for Process AutomationEvent Provisioning and Consumption for BAMExample: Multi-backbone Order HandlingBAM Milestone Modeling (BPEL)Major Enhancements for MappingXML Payload ValidationProcess Integration and Enterprise SOA – Runtime Centralized Configuration of Services First Steps Towards Centralized MonitoringUpgrade paths to SAP NW Process Integration 7.1 Why use SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1?