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System z in a Mobile World
The role of System z
in your customers’ mobile strategy
© 2014 IBM Corporation
Five mobile trends with significant implications for the Enterprise
Mobile enables the
Internet of Things
Mobile is primary
91% of mobile users keep
their device within arms
reach 100% of the time
Global Machine-to-machine
connections will increase
from 2 billion in 2011 to 18
billion at the end of 2022
Mobile must create a
continuous brand
experience
Insights from mobile
data provide new
opportunities
90% of users use multiple
screens as channels come
together to create
integrated experiences
75% of mobile shoppers
take action after receiving a
location based messages
Mobile is about transacting
96% year to year increase in mobile cyber
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Monday sales between
2012 and 2011
IBM MobileFirst Offering Portfolio
Industry Solutions
Banking
Insurance
Retail
Transport
Telecom
Government
Healthcare
Automotive
Strategy & Design Services
Application & Data Platform
Management
Devices
Security
Network
Cloud & Managed Services
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Analytics
Servers
Development & Integration Services
IBM & Partner Applications
IBM MobileFirst Offering Portfolio
Recommend
run on z
Industry Solutions
Banking
Strategy & Design Services
Mobile
Strategy and
Planning
Services
Retail
GT Software
Ivory Service
Architect
Worklight
Telecom
Government
IBM & Partner Applications
Rational Tools
for zApplication
(RDz).
&MessageSight
Data Platform
UrbanCode
Deploy
Endpoint
Manager.
Fiberlink
Maas360
Management
Devices
Codename:
BlueMix
Transport
Healthcare
IBM Remote
Collaboration -Portal,
Connections,
Notes traveller
ISAM
Servers
Network DataPower
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Mobile
Application
Management
Services
COGNOS
Mobile
Analytics
Security zSecure
Cloud & Managed Services
Codename:
BlueMix
TeaLeaf
AppScan
zOS Connect
Automotive
Enterprise
Services for
Managed
Mobility
Development & Integration Services
IBM
Interactive
Insurance
Enabling the Composable Business access to z/OS assets
IBM WebSphere Liberty z/OS Connect
 Capture new opportunities from existing
enterprise investments
 Provide auditing and chargeback for cloud,
mobile and web based requests
z/OS Connect
 Simplify mobile and cloud connectivity to z/OS
applications and data
Batch
CICS
IMS
 Reduce development time and cost via industry
standard interface to enterprise assets
What’s new in IBM WebSphere Liberty z/OS Connect
 Secure REST based connectivity to enterprise applications and data
 Tight integration with System z and z/OS qualities of service
 Delivered as a feature of the Liberty Profile in WebSphere, CICS and IMS
IBM Confidential until IMPACT
System z addresses Enterprise mobile development and delivery challenges
IBM Worklight Studio and RDz
Fragmentation and developing for multiple
mobile platforms
• Seamless integration with z data
and transactions.
• Highly fragmented set of devices, platforms,
languages, and tools complicates
development, test, and operations
• Device runtime provides mobile
device independence.
Accelerated time to market requirements
System z Scalability
• Accelerated development demands instant
provisioning of development servers.
• System z Linux cloud enables rapid
provisioning of Worklight servers.
• Spikey mobile traffic demands highly
scalable cloud-based infrastructures, for
both SoE and SoR.
• z/OS is the leader in transaction
processing and easily scalable to
handle workload increases.
Connecting apps with existing
enterprise systems
z/OS is mobile enabled
• z/OS subsystems are mobile-ready,
with consumability enhancements
planned. Eg: MongoDB API for DB2
• End to end mobile security.
• High-performance access from z/Linux
• Apps typically need to leverage existing
enterprise services, which must be made
mobile-consumable, and remain secure.
• Enterprise systems must be able to instantly
provision new services and environments.
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IBM Worklight overview
Worklight Studio
The most complete, extensible environment with
maximum code reuse and per-device optimization
Worklight Server
Unified notifications, runtime skins, version
management, security, integration and delivery
←
Worklight Device Runtime Components
Extensive libraries and client APIs that expose and
interface with native device functionality
Worklight Console
A web-based console for real-time analytics and
control of your mobile apps and infrastructure
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CICS Mobile demonstration with iPad and iPhone for Insurance Claim
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TkQ9PzeevQ
Mobilize the Mainframe
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zc2fCvqNv70
Mike Lavaca narrating EGUI Demo:
Demonstrating the before and after looks of the CICS catalog manager example
sample application. From using 3270 emulator to running as a Worklight mobile
application. A walk through of the transformed and extended mobile client
features and functionalities. Brief highlights of Worklight MBS as well as
Cordova APIs.
THANK YOU
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System z Unique Characteristics to support
Mobile Applications
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Easy-to-consume APIs from CICS, DB2, IMS allow you to leverage your
investment in z/OS transactions to quickly add a mobile channel.
z/OS enables massive and simple scalability in a single footprint, to handle the
workload of millions of devices and sensors
Worklight security integrates with z/OS security providing end-to-end security
and data privacy for mobile apps.
z/OS Workload Management ensures your crucial applications remain
responsive during sharp spikes in demand.
Low-latency access to critical enterprise data. Mobile usage patterns favor short, read-only data
requests (Users check account balances) So fast access to operational data, with low latency, is key. The mainframe
offers exceptional I/O with dedicated hardware I/O processors. This reduces latency, which increases mobile app
response times.
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Business Resiliency for critical mobile apps
“70% of mobile applications touch a mainframe system”
Infrastructure matters for mobile applications. The
System z platform’s scalability, security, and
resilience can enhance critical mobile applications.
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Why run Worklight Server on System z Linux?
For the same reasons you run web apps there for over a decade:

Co-location of the Worklight server application with data and transactions on z/OS
reduces the latency of access to z/OS data. Hipersockets provides the lowest latency
communication between Worklight apps and z/OS SOR. Hipersockets eliminates the need to encrypt traffic between
Worklight and z/OS.
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Availability and scalability of z/Linux as an environment for both Worklight dev/test
and production.
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Hardware encryption speeds SSL applications
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All the traditional advantages of consolidating multiple distributed servers onto
z/Linux -- Reduce data center footprint, WAS software license savings, simpler
management, energy savings.
We recommend running Worklight Server in System
z Linux for data-rich applications that will heavily
leverage data and transactions from z/OS.
See this wiki for more rationale for WL on z.
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CICS Mobile Enablement (CICS TS 5.1)
NEW -- Run the WAS Liberty profile
in CICS to give JSON capabilities to
CICS Java apps.
z/Linux
IBM z/OS
IBM Worklight
Server
WAS Liberty
Profile
HTTP Adapter
CICS TS 5.1
JSON
CICS
Java App
CICS Mobile
Feature Pack
JSON
CICS
COBOL,
C, PL/1
App
Mobile
Devices
CICS
Resources
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Tiered mobile environment
Mobile Devices
Systems of Engagement
zOS Connect
Systems of Record
Mobile Enterprise Application
Platform (MEAP)
Blackberry
Protocol
conversion
Windows
Phone
Mobile services:
Push, Analytics
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IMS
WebSphere AS
DB2
Analytics
JSON
Back-end
connectivity
SOAP
XML
JSON
MQ
HTTP
SERVICES
Android
CICS
Security
iOS
IMS Mobile Enablement
Mobile
Devices
z/Linux
IMS SOAP Gateway
IBM Worklight
Server
Web / Desktop
z/OS
HTTP Adapter
IMS Explorer for Dev
SQL Adapter
IMS Explorer for Admin
Connect API
Web-enabled IMS apps
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Transaction
Manager
IMS
Application
IMS Universal Driver
SQL
IMS
Connect
Database
Manager
ISPF
IMS DB
DB2 NoSQL (MongoDB) JSON Support
 The best of both worlds – NoSQL
agility and flexibility built on the
trusted foundation of DB2
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Applications
Java
– Write applications using Mongo APIs to
access data on DB2.
– Flexible schemas allow rapid delivery of
applications
Preserve traditional DBMS Capabilities, leverage
existing skills and tools:
– Multi-statement Transactions
– Management/Operations
– Security
– Scale, performance and high availability
Extend with Advanced features (future)
– Temporal semantics
– Full Text search
– Multi-collection joins
– Combine with Enterprise RDBMS data
Implementation leverages open source
community drivers.
Available in DB2 for z/OS V10 now.
In DB2 for z/OS V11 expected June 2014.
PHP
NodeJS
BSON Wire Protocol
NoSQL JSON Wire
Listener
JSON API
JSON CLP
JDBC Driver
DRDA
JSON
JSON
JSON
JSON
JSON
JSON
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DB2 Database
Indexing of
individual JSON
members
IBM z/OS Connect
Batch
WAS Liberty z/OS
Security / Auditing /WOLA
Metering
WOLA direct
DB2
RESTful
BlueMix
CloudOE
Java
CloudOE
RESTful
Javascript
Mobile/
APIM
RESTful
zOS
C
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N
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C
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Data binding
conversion/routing
CICS
WOLA
WOLA Link Server
Task
DLI
WOLA
CICS
Programs
VSAM
IMS
WOLA over
OTMA
z/OS Connect
A service that encapsulate calling z/OS target applications using REST calls.
z/OS Connect will support JSON payloads for calls from external cloud or
mobile-based clients and will enable the conversion of the payload to the target
program's expected format. It will also provide the response payload conversion
from a byte array into JSON format before returning the response to the caller.
IMS dependent
regions
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