Tenant ID" column for Multi

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OpenEdge 11 Update
Scandi PUG 2011
Jarmo Nieminen
Solution Consultant / TAM - Nordics
March 31, 2011
Vilket språk låter bra?
“Saari, saari, heinäsaari; heinäsaaren
neito.”
“Island, island, grassy island; grassy
island's maiden.”
“Ö, ö, hö ö; hö ö mö”
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development can, and often does, vary significantly
from roadmaps. This roadmap may not be
interpreted as any commitment on behalf of
Progress, and future development, timing and
release of any features or functionality described in
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Agenda
 Background and Overview of Multi-tenancy
 Multi-tenancy “Workaround” Theory/Reality
 OpenEdge 11.0 Multi-tenant Tables
• Data Access and Queries
• Data Model
• Operation Features
• Provisioning and Configuration
• OpenEdge 11 demo – tools for MT
 Summary
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Background and Overview of
Multi-tenancy
Why are we talking about Multi-tenancy?
Focus on costs and operational excellence
 Reduce machine resource
requirements
 Require fewer
administration staff
 Reduce operational costs
 Gain economies of scale
 Reduce the number of
 Become more cost effective
instances
 Make it easy to manage
One good way to make that happen for
application delivery is with Multi-tenancy.
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But what is Multi-tenancy…in simple terms?
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Tenant = Customer
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Multiple tenants experience application as dedicated only to them
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Allow computing resources to be shared among tenants
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Multiple implementation models
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The Multi-tenancy Continuum
Isolated
Tenancy
Infrastructure
Tenancy
Application
Tenancy
Shared
Tenancy
Tenant1 Tenant2 Tenant3
Tenant1 Tenant2 Tenant3
Tenant1 Tenant2 Tenant3
Tenant1 Tenant2 Tenant3
App
App
App
App
App
App
App
App
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
Infra. Infra. Infra.
Infrastructure
Isolating
• Easier customization, security
• Simpler throttling control
• Target dissimilar customers
• No transformation
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DB
DB
DB
DB
Infrastructure
Infrastructure
Sharing
• Better economy of scale
• Simpler management
• Target like-customers
• Least cost to serve
Business Considerations for Multi-tenancy –
Traditional
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Isolated Tenancy
Infrastructure
Tenancy
Application
Tenancy
Shared Tenancy
Time to market
Short
Short
Long
Longest
Infrastructure
costs
High
High
Low
Low
Economies of
scale
Very poor
Poor
High
Highest
Scalability
Poor
Poor
High
Highest
Provisioning
Difficult
Difficult
Easy
Easiest
Admin/Mgmt
costs
Very high
High
Low
Lowest
Target type of
tenants
Dissimilar
Dissimilar
Similar
Similar
Multi-tenant App
Changes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Coding difficulty
Easy
Easy
Less complex
More complex
Implement SLAs
Easier
Easy
Less complex
More complex
Containment
Easier
Easy
Less complex
More complex
(except DBs)
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Is Multi-tenancy a Vendor or User benefit?
Vendor
User
 Reduced Operating Costs
 Lower fees
 Lower management
overhead
 Economies of Scale
 Standardized development
and delivery of services
 Higher quality of service
delivery
 More timely upgrades
The answer: BOTH!
• Vendor: operational efficiency
• Users: lower cost of service
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Multi-tenancy “Workaround”
Theory/Reality
Multi-tenancy “Workaround” - Theory
Create an extra “Tenant ID" column for Multi-tenancy
Tenant A
Rows
Tenant B
Rows
Tenant C
Rows
Tenant ID
Cust ID
Name
A
1
Lift Line Skiing
A
2
Urban Frisbee
A
3
Hoops Croquet
B
1
Fanatical Athletes
B
8
Game Set Match
B
9
Lift Line Skiing
C
2
High Tide Sailing
C
7
Pedal Power
C
9
Hoops Croquet
FOR EACH CUSTOMER WHERE Tenant ID = A
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Multi-tenancy “Workaround” - Reality
 Coding concerns:
• Invasive - you have to
change a lot of ABL code
• Coding mistakes could
result in data going to
wrong tenant!!!
 Lock conflicts can occur
among tenants
 Performance is sub-optimal:
• Low locality of reference
• Low I/O efficiency
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 Common bulk operations
become very difficult:
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Backup
Restore
Index rebuild
Delete
Copy
Move
 Tenant management and
analysis are difficult:
• Performance analysis
• Resource consumption
metrics
• Resource utilization controls
OpenEdge 11.0 – Multi-tenant Tables
No extra column needed for “Tenant ID”…
Tenant A
Rows
Tenant B
Rows
Tenant C
Rows
Tenant ID
Cust ID
Name
A
1
Lift Line Skiing
A
2
Urban Frisbee
A
3
Hoops Croquet
B
1
Fanatical Athletes
B
8
Game Set Match
B
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Lift Line Skiing
C
2
High Tide Sailing
C
7
Pedal Power
C
9
Hoops Croquet
FOR EACH CUSTOMER WHERE Tenant ID = A
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OpenEdge 11.0
Multi-tenant Tables
What is Progress doing about it?
The industry’s first true multi-tenant database
“Progress has started several initiatives to enable the migration
into a software-as-a-service (SaaS) deployment model. The
sophisticated and recently developed multi-tenant capability of
the OpenEdge database demonstrates this commitment.”
Stephan Reid
September 20, 2010
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OpenEdge 11.0 – Multi-tenant Tables
 Customer feedback for development
 Flexible data sharing model in same DB
 Multi-tenancy built into the application stack
 Easy migration of existing applications and data
 Choice of wide range of deployment scenarios
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OpenEdge 11.0 – Multi-tenant Tables
 Data physically partitioned by tenant identity
 Tenant authentication is built-in
 Virtually no application changes required
 Utilities and operational features also tenant-aware
 Tenant-aware monitoring and analysis tools
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Multi-tenant Tables: Data Access
Multi-tenancy
Simplifies Development of Multi-tenant
Applications
Online Seed
Application
 Shared Tables (same as in 10.2B
and earlier)
• No tenant-specific mapping
• No implicit tenant-row identity
• In 10.2B all tables are shared tables
• Still available in OpenEdge 11.0
Data available
to all users
Great for commonly shared information
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Catalog
Schema
• Catalog tables
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Alfalfa
Asparagus
Beans
Beets
Broccoli
Brussels Sprouts
Cabbage
Carrots
Cauliflower
Celery
Zucchini
Multi-tenant Tables: Data Access
Multi-tenancy
Simplifies Development of Multi-tenant
Applications
Car Rental
Application
 Basic multi-tenant paradigm
• Multi-tenant tables built into the DB
 Tenants share same schema
definition
 Data physically partitioned
by tenant identity
 Minimal application changes
required to achieve multitenancy
• "Simply check the ID at the door…"
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Customer
Schema
Tenant 1
(Hertz Boston)
1 Lance Armstrong
2 John Cleese
3 Tipper Gore
Tenant 2
(Hertz Chicago)
4 Shaquille O’Neal
7 Ben Stein
8 William Shatner
Tenant 3
(Rent-a-wreck)
2
7
9
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Dennis Rodman
Nick Nolte
Lindsay Lohan
Charlie Sheen
Multi-tenant Tables: Data Access
Multi-tenancy
Simplifies Development of Multi-tenant
Applications
Car Rental
Application
 Keys unique per tenant partition
Tenant 1:
 Query is tenant specific
• Same application code
find.r
• Data retrieved based on
tenant identity
FIND CUSTOMER
WHERE
cust-num=2.
Tenant 2
(Hertz Chicago)
Example: Tenant #1 Authenticates…
Tenant 3
(Rent-a-wreck)
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Customer
Schema
1 Lance Armstrong
2 John Cleese
3 Tipper Gore
4 Shaquille O’Neal
7 Ben Stein
8 William Shatner
2
7
9
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Nick Nolte
Lindsay Lohan
Charlie Sheen
Multi-tenant Tables: Data Access
Multi-tenancy
Simplifies Development of Multi-tenant
Applications
Car Rental
Application
 Keys unique per tenant partition
 Query is tenant specific
Tenant 1:
• Same application code
• Data retrieved based on
tenant identity
find.r
FIND CUSTOMER
WHERE
cust-num=2.
Tenant 2
(Hertz Chicago)
Example: Tenant #3 Authenticates…
find.r
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Customer
Schema
Tenant 3:
FIND CUSTOMER
WHERE
cust-num=2.
1 Lance Armstrong
2 John Cleese
3 Tipper Gore
4 Shaquille O’Neal
7 Ben Stein
8 William Shatner
2
7
9
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Nick Nolte
Lindsay Lohan
Charlie Sheen
Multi-tenant Tables: Data Access
Multi-tenancy
Simplifies Development of Multi-tenant
Applications
Car Rental
Application
 Keys unique per tenant partition
 Query is tenant specific
 “Super-tenant" query
• Authenticate & assert identity
Super-tenant:
• No data of their “own”
FOR EACH customer
TENANT-WHERE
Tenant-id > 0:
DISPLAY
cust-num, name.
• Access to all tenant data
by tenant ID or name
Think: “Landlord”
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Customer
Schema
1 Lance Armstrong
2 John Cleese
3 Tipper Gore
4 Shaquille O’Neal
7 Ben Stein
8 William Shatner
2
7
9
10
Dennis Rodman
Nick Nolte
Lindsay Lohan
Charlie Sheen
Multi-tenant Tables: Data Access
Multi-tenancy
Simplifies Development of Multi-tenant
Applications
Car Rental
Application
 Keys unique per tenant partition
 Query is tenant specific
Schema
 “Super-tenant" query
• Row-level tenant
identification
• Virtual column available
for display or selection
Super-tenant:
FOR EACH customer
TENANT-WHERE
Tenant-id > 0:
DISPLAY
BUFFER-TENANT-ID(cust),
cust-num, name.
• Not stored in table definition
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Customer
1 1 Lance Armstrong
1 2 John Cleese
1 3 Tipper Gore
2 4 Shaquille O’Neal
2 7 Ben Stein
2 8 William Shatner
3 2 Dennis Rodman
3 7 Nick Nolte
3 9 Lindsay Lohan
3 10 Charlie Sheen
Multi-tenant Tables: Data Access
Group Tenancy
 Multiple tenants share same data/partition
Car Rental
Application
• Employee access to shared
customer list
Customer
Schema
Tenant 1
(Hertz Boston)
1 Lance Armstrong
2 John Cleese
3 Tipper Gore
Tenant 2
(Hertz Chicago)
4 Shaquille O’Neal
7 Ben Stein
8 William Shatner
Tenant 3
(Rent-a-wreck)
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2
7
9
10
Dennis Rodman
Nick Nolte
Lindsay Lohan
Charlie Sheen
Multi-tenant Tables: Data Access
Group Tenancy
 Multiple tenants share same data/partition
Car Rental
Application
• For example, employee access to a shared
customer list
Schema
 Per-table group membership
 Data ownership shared
Tenant 1
(Hertz Boston)
• Owned by group identity
Tenant 2
(Hertz Chicago)
Tenant 3
(Rent-a-wreck)
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Customer
Hertz Customer Group
1
2
3
4
7
8
Lance Armstrong
John Cleese
Tipper Gore
Shaquille O”Neil
Ben Stein
William Shatner
2
7
9
10
Dennis Rodman
Nick Nolte
Lindsay Lohan
Charlie Sheen
Multi-tenant Tables: Data Model
Data Model
 Multi-tenant or Shared objects
Car Rental
Application
• Tables and associated indexes & LOBs
• Sequences
 Shared only – never defined per
Tenant 1
tenant
(Hertz Boston)
• Triggers & stored procedures
• Default values
 Limits
• Support for 32,767 tenants!!!
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Customer
Schema
Tenant 2
(Hertz Chicago)
Tenant 3
(Rent-a-wreck)
1 Lance Armstrong
2 John Cleese
3 Tipper Gore
4 Shaquille O’Neal
7 Ben Stein
8 William Shatner
2
7
9
10
Dennis Rodman
Nick Nolte
Lindsay Lohan
Charlie Sheen
Multi-tenant Tables: Tenant Provisioning
Car Rental
Application
 Tenant creation: ABL, APIs, DDL & GUI
• Programmatic tenant provisioning
• Tenant partition creation is optional
• Tenant-level activation/deactivation
 Identification (via “_Tenant” table)
• Database specific tenant ID
• User friendly name: “Hertz Boston”
• App specific ID (could be UUID)
Customer
Schema
1 Lance Armstrong
Tenant 1
2 John Cleese
(Hertz Boston)
3 Tipper Gore
4 Shaquille O’Neal
Tenant 2
(Hertz Chicago) 7 Ben Stein
8 William Shatner
2
Tenant 3
7
(Rent-a-wreck) 9
10
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Nick Nolte
Lindsay Lohan
Charlie Sheen
Multi-tenant Tables: Operational Features
Car Rental
Application
Customer
Schema
Tenant 1
(Hertz Boston)
1 Lance Armstrong
2 John Cleese
3 Tipper Gore
Tenant 2
(Hertz Chicago)
4 Shaquille O’Neal
7 Ben Stein
8 William Shatner
2
Tenant 3
7
(Rent-a-wreck)
9
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Dennis Rodman
Nick Nolte
Lindsay Lohan
Charlie Sheen
Operational Features
 Tenant-aware partition
maintenance
• Tenant specific object move
• Add/drop tenants/objects
• Data dump/load
• .df support
• Index maintenance tools
 Tenant-aware Monitoring
• Promon, VSTs
• Analysis tools
• .lg file (other log files)
Note: Auditing and TDE are not tenant-aware (all of nothing)
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Tenant Provisioning and Configuration
 GUI Tool for Managing Multi-tenancy – less code!
• Integrated with OE Explorer and OE Management
• Web-based interface
– Easy to configure from anywhere
• Template concept
– Reduces complexity
– Increases productivity
• Flexible sorting and filtering
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Summary
Multi-tenant Application Deployments
 Almost no changes to the application
• Data access logic remains unchanged
• Same compiled code
• Additional code:
– Tenant authentication
– Super-tenant queries and processing
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Business Considerations for Multi-tenancy (OpenEdge Multi-Tenant Tables)
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Isolated Tenancy
Infrastructure
Tenancy
Application
Tenancy
Shared Tenancy
Time to market
Short
Short
Short
Short
Infrastructure
costs
High
High
Low
Low
Economies of
scale
Very poor
Poor
High
Highest
Scalability
Poor
Poor
High
Highest
Provisioning
Difficult
Difficult
Easy
Easiest
Admin/Mgmt
costs
Very high
High
Low
Lowest
Target type of
tenants
Dissimilar
Dissimilar
Similar
Similar
Multi-tenant App
Changes
No
No
No
No
Coding difficulty
Easy
Easy
Easy
Easy
Implement SLAs
Easier
Easy
Easy
Easy
Containment
Easier
Easy
Easy
Easy
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Summary
 Reduce costs with simplified development
• Minimal application changes
• No tenant-based customizations for queries or other data access
 Deploy new customers faster
• Tenant access to data is transparent, based on identity
• Tenants can be quickly and efficiently added, removed, and
managed
 Decrease maintenance overhead
• Fewer databases to manage, better resource utilization
• Tenant-based utilities and tools make maintenance tasks easier
 Maintain security of tenant data
• Physical separation within database – NOT virtual!
• Tenant authentication required for data access
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ABL Syntax Examples
/**** Examples where a super tenant wants to perform actions on tenant
**** specific data and sequences.
****/
/* Assume super tenant identity already asserted via Client Principle
* or via SET-USERID
*/
/* Retrieve tenant #3’s customers with cust-num < 100 */
SET-EFFECTIVE-TENANT(TENANT-NAME(3)).
FOR EACH customer
WHERE cust-num < 100
:
…
/* Retrieve tenant “Progress”’s customers with cust-num < 100 */
SET-EFFECTIVE-TENANT(“Progress”).
FOR EACH customer
WHERE cust-num < 100:
…
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Operational maintenance tools
 Multi-tenant support from the existing database maintenance
tools abides by the following rules:
• Database-wide tools continue to be database-wide (e.g.,
backup/restore, after imaging)
• Offline utilities continue to be offline (e.g., db repair, roll
forward) with the exception of index rebuild. Index rebuild of
tenant local indexes is allowed while the database is online.
The tenant whose indexes are being rebuilt are offline until
the process completes, but other tenants of the database are
not affected and can continue towork actively with the
database.
• Object-specific tools are tenant-aware (e.g., table move,
dbanalys)
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Tenant partition tool support
The following tools have been enhanced in OpenEdge 11.0 to
perform their object-specific actions on an object/tenant
partition basis:
Binary dump
Binary dump specified
Binary load
Bulk data load
Chain analysis
Create/Toss limits assignment
Display create/toss limits
Data dump
Data load
Database analysis
Database repair
dbtool
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.df definition
Index activate
Index analysis
Index check
Index compact
Index fix
Index rebuild (online by tenant)
Index move
Sql Dump
Sql Load
Table analysis
Table move
Multi-tenant Configuration and Data Administration
Tool
A web-based multi-tenant configuration tool has been created to manage and configure tenants
of the database as well as to perform other multi-tenant data administration tasks.
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Create new tenants in the database
Create new multi-tenant tables in the database
Create new multi-tenant sequences
Configure storage area locations for each partition of a multi-tenant object (tables, indexes and
LOBs) when creating a new tenant
Configure storage area locations for each new tenant partition when creating a new multi-tenant
object (tables, indexes and LOBs).
Support .df load and maintenance
Present a visualization of the tenants’ access paradigms in conjunction with the associated
storage locations of the multi-tenant objects
Create new multi-tenant groups and assign tenants to those groups.
Migrate an existing tenant into a tenant group.
Perform data administration on multi-tenant data for dump and load.
Manage security associated with tenants of the database, including creating and deleting
domains and maintaining authentication and authorization.
Enable and disable a tenant’s access to all their data through a tenant activation/deactivation
option.
Manage alternate buffer pool settings on a per-object, per-tenant basis
Display and report on multi-tenant-specific schema configurations.
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OpenEdge 11.x
Overview of New Capabilities
OpenEdge Takes You There
Continuous Evolution
through the IT paradigms
Service Oriented Architecture
Process-Oriented
Applications
Business Process
Business Process
Simplify your business
Business Process
Service-Oriented
Architecture
Standards
Platform
Integration
User Interface Methods
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OpenEdge 11 Eases
SaaS/Cloud Computing!
Packaged Apps
Legacy
XML
Java
Email
4GL
Active-X
Client Smart Adapters
XML
EJB
XML
JMS
Server Smart Adapters
System Smart Adapters
Progress
Oracle
SQL Server
DB2/400
ODBC
JDBC
Universal Application Architecture
1998
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OpenEdge 10 Enabled SOA
V9 Delivered Distributed Computing
V8 was Client/Server
2004
2006
2008
2010
OpenEdge is open and modern
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Taking You Higher With OpenEdge 11
User Interface
Flexibility
Pick the UI That Meets the Needs
of the Customer
 Silverlight Adapter (target OE11.1)
• Easily connect your Silverlight UI to your application
• Part of our Open Client strategy
• Based on Microsoft RIA Services
 JSON Parser
• Great for building AJAX-based UIs in web applications
• JSON data trivial to manipulate in Web browser UI logic
• Easily create and parse JSON documents in ABL
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Taking You Higher With OpenEdge 11
Integration
 REST interface for AppServer (target OE 11.1)
• Providing the “adapter” to make it easier
• Avoids extra “layer” of web services (SOAP)
 Improved ProDataSet to XML support
• Improved to include “edge cases”
• Valuable “best practice”
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Taking You Higher With OpenEdge 11
Productivity
 OpenEdge Architect – best tool moving forward
• Ease of use improvements
• Runs on Linux platform
• Support WebSpeed programming models
– Incorporate WebSpeed Workshop capabilities
– Most web-based and UI work done here
• Remote server support for AppServer & WebSpeed
development
– Start/stop from OEA – automatically
 Object-oriented language extensions
• Interface inheritance
• Dynamic properties
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Taking You Higher With OpenEdge 11
Operational
Excellence
 Actional – database interceptor, payload capture
• Trace transactions as they flow to the DB
 AppServer diagnostics
• Improved error handling
• What code is running?
 AppServer network compression
• for state-free mode
• for Java clients
• for .Net clients
 OpenEdge Management
• Remote jobs
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Table Partitioning (OpenEdge 11.1)
Operational Excellence Maximize Operating Performance
 Table Partitioning Types – tailor to your needs
• Range of values, e.g. year, invoice amount, etc.
• List of values, e.g. sales region, country, etc.
• Composite: a combination of the above
 Query Partition Pruning
• More efficient query engine to improve performance across
multiple partitions
 Local and Global Index Support
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Operational Features of Table Partitioning
Operational Excellence Maximize Operating Performance
 Partition Maintenance
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Object move
Add/drop objects
Backup/restore, recovery
Data dump/load
.df support
Index maintenance tools
Read-only partitions
 Monitoring
• Promon, VSTs
• Analysis tools
• .lg file (other log files)
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Taking You Higher With OpenEdge 11
More great
features
 50-60+ enhancements in OpenEdge 11.x – can’t review every one!
 Performance
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Auto Update of OpenEdge SQL statistics – helps self-tune/optimize
 Security
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RC4 for ENCRYPT()
SHA-256, SHA-512
More SSL certificate support
 Data servers – keep on pace with OpenEdge DB
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MS SQL Server DataServer CLOB support
DataServer dynamic query join optimization
 Others
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Bug fixes
64-bit ODBC for Linux
Sonic 8.x support for Sonic adpater (MQ and ESB)
asbman, wsbman show what .r an agent is executing (think “task manager”)
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OpenEdge 11.0
Release Plans
OpenEdge 11.0 Release Plans and Status
 Technology Preview for Multi-tenancy – hosted in the
Amazon Cloud
• Phase 2 (March) – Demonstrating multi-tenancy with AutoEdge,
including transforming a single-tenant AutoEdge to multi-tenant
• Phase 3 (May) – Migrating your own application to 11.0 multitenancy (includes kit for local install)
• Phase 4 (July) – “Alpha” release with full 11.0 multi-tenant
capability (includes kit for local install)
• Enroll by completing the registration survey:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/oe11techpreview
 11.0 Beta (August 2011 with registration in July 2011)
• Multi-tenancy plus other new features of OpenEdge 11.0
• Enable notifications on the OpenEdge Beta page to be alerted
when registration is open!
http://communities.progress.com/pcom/community/psdn/openedge/
oebeta?view=overview
 11.0 Commercial Release (December 2011)
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