Introduction to g reg 4.6.0

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Information about Introduction to g reg 4.6.0

Published on June 27, 2014

Author: wso2.org

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Last Updated: Jan. 2014 Introducing the WSO2 Governance Registry for SOA Governance Subash Chaturanga Lead, WSO2 Governance Registry

2 About the Presenter(s) Subash Chaturanga Senior Software Engineer ! •Works with the Platform Technologies team and focuses on WSO2 Governance Registry. •Committer of the Apache Software Foundation

3 About WSO2 ๏ Global enterprise, founded in 2005 by acknowledged leaders in XML, web services technologies, standards and open source ๏ Provides only open source platform-as-a-service for private, public and hybrid cloud deployments ๏ All WSO2 products are 100% open source and released under the Apache License Version 2.0. ๏ Is an Active Member of OASIS, Cloud Security Alliance, OSGi Alliance, AMQP Working Group, OpenID Foundation and W3C. ๏ Driven by Innovation ๏ Launched first open source API Management solution in 2012 ๏ Launched App Factory in 2Q 2013 ๏ Launched Enterprise Store and first open source Mobile solution in 4Q 2013

4 What WSO2 delivers

5 What We’ll Learn Today • What is Governance Registry • Architecture • Key features and how they meet SOA goals • What’s coming up

6 The WSO2 Platform

7 Governance Registry • Two Main Aspects • Resource Repository/Registry • Governance Framework

In Action Governance Registry Plays a Vital Role in the Carbon Platform

9 Governance as a Service https://governance.stratoslive.wso2.com

10 Architecture Features – Structure and Composition

11 Architecture Storage Model – Database Schema • Simple Storage Model (17-table schema) • JIRA has 90 for an example • Simplicity ! Speed

12 Key Features Strengths of Governance Registry • RXT Files • Lifecycles • Federation • Repository • Collaboration • Search • APIs & Extension Points • Tooling

13 RXT FILES Section 1

14 .RXT Files • Artifact Details • Media Type/Key • UI Labels • Icon Set • Storage Path • Listing User Interface • Column Configurations • Data Source • Hyperlink

15 .RXT Files • Relationships • Dependency (Source/Target) • Association (Source/Target/Type) • Artifact Layout • Groups/Tables • Fields • Menu Configurations • Add Menu • List Menu • Configure Menu

16 .RXT Files

17 LIFECYCLES Section 2

18 Lifecycles • Typically many resources in your Registry, such as service descriptions, should progress through a series of "lifecycle stages". ! • For instance, a service may start off as "created", then after quality assurance has confirmed that the service works as expected should be moved to "tested" stage.

19 Lifecycles

20 Lifecycle Management (LCM) • WSO2 Governance Registry has an extensible architecture to support LCM. • The default LCM allows users to promote, demote lifecycle states of a given resource. Furthermore, it can be configured to use checklists as well. • Users can develop their own lifecycle through simple configuration. – Custom states, Check List – Scripting support

21 Lifecycles in action

22 Lifecycle Configuration • Configurable through GUI. • Based on OASIS SCXML.

23 Developing Custom Behaviour ● “Aspect” is one of the three extension points that provide a flexible, plug-in approach to link resources and to allow users to encode their own governance rules and policies in WSO2 Governance Registry. ● A Lifecycle is a specialised aspect. ● You can develop an aspect to perform desired actions.

24 FEDERATION Section 3

25 Federated Deployments • Configuration Registry Model

26 Federated Deployments • Governance Registry Model

27 Federated Deployments • Hybrid Model

28 REPOSITORY Section 4

29 Repository for Storing Data

30 Collections & Resources • Collections & Resources • A node on the Repository can either be a Collection or a Resource. • Resource <=> File • Collection <=> Directory/Folder • Copying collection/resource to another path • Feed • Resource-level caching for performance

31 Media Types • Identifies the type of the resource/collection • Can leave unspecified → will get default media type • Configured via mime.types, which is populated into repository at first start-up • Once the server has been started, configuration has to be done through Management Console

32 Properties • Key-Value pairs

33 Associations • An association is defined as a function of – Source Resource – Target Resource – Association Type

34 Associations • A resource can have associations to other resources. • Association can be made with – A Registry path of a resource – A web URL

35 Symbolic Links • Symbolic link is a link to an existing resource. You can view and navigate a symbolic link like you are viewing and navigating the original resource. • The symbolic link behave similar to – File shortcuts in Windows – Soft Links/Symbolic links in Linux

36 Remote Links • A resource in a remote registry can be mounted as a resource in the current registry. We call the mounted resource as the remote link. • This can be defined as a symbolic link across registry.

37 Versioning • The resource in the registry can be versioned, so you can later view history and restore an older version. • You can configure whether the resources (only non-collection) should be automatically versioned or not. – Properties – Comments – Tags – Ratings

38 Configure Auto-Versioning • Change the following line in registry.xml ! • This is by default 'true', which mean by default all the changes are versioned. • The collections can not be auto versioned. But you can manually create versions (or snapshots).

39 Configure What to Version • You have to set this configuration before the first run (When database doesn't have any data)

40 Creating Checkpoints • You can create a checkpoint by accessing the resource and clicking the 'Create Checkpoint' link in the resource information panel.

41 Permissions • Each resource/collection contains a set of permissions ●Read ●Write ●Delete ●Authorize • Permissions are role-based

42 Permissions • Permissions are inherited • Allow has more priority than Deny • Special users •admin •system • Special roles •everyone •anonymous

43 Retention • One user gets to define retentions for a resource in a FCFS manner. Ability to Deny operations for a given period.

44 COLLABORATION Section 5

45 Collaboration

46 Comments • Adding Comments • Comment Feeds – https://<server>:<port>/registry/atom/<resource>;comments • Searching resources using comments

47 Tags • Adding Tags • Searching resources using Tags

48 Ratings • My Rating • Average Rating

49 SEARCH Section 6

50 Searching • Tag Search – Can search only the resources that contain the tag you are searching. ! • Advanced Search – Search using resource name, created date range, updated date range, tags, comments, property name, property value. ! • Content Search – Using Apache Lucene and Apache Solr

51 Searching • Lifecycle Search – Can search for all resources having a particular lifecycle

52 Searching • Activities Search – Can filter and read activities that were done on the resource repository.

53 Filtering • Service Filter – The Basic and Advanced Filters can be used to filter the list of displayed services.

54 Connectors to external world Section 7

Connectors • WSO2 – WSO2 API Manager – WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus – WSO2 Business Activity Monitor – WSO2 Complex Event Processing Server ! • Non-WSO2 – Oracle Service Bus – Alfresco OpenCMIS

54 APIS & EXTENSION POINTS Section 7

55 Home-grown APIs • Registry APIs – Registry WebService API (SOAP/REST) – Registry AtomPub API – Registry Management API (Admin API) – Registry Host Object (JavaScript) – Registry REST API ! • Governance APIs – Java Governance API – CRUD API for Configurable Governance Artifacts

56 Home-grown APIs • Other Connector APIs – Registry Java Management Extensions (JMX) API – Registry Software Configuration Management (SCM) Plugin for Apache Maven

57 Extension Points • Repository Extensions – Handlers – Filters – Aspects – Custom User Interfaces – SCM Connections – Query Processors

58 Extension Points • Registry Extensions – Custom Reports – Scheduled Tasks – Statistics Collector – Custom Registry Provider for Federation

59 Extension Points • Governance Framework Extensions – Configurable Governance Artifacts (RXT) – Lifecycle Operation Validators – Lifecycle Transition Executors – Lifecycle Transition User Interfaces – Lifecycle Transition Scripts – Custom Notifications

60 Extensibility

TOOLING Section 8

62 Developer Studio • WSO2 Registry Perspective

63 Developer Studio • Resources Project

64 OTHER FEATURES Section 9

65 Other Features • Reporting • Task Scheduling • Subscriptions & Notifications

61 Building a Connected Business • WSO2 governance platform extensibility helps you to ! build your own connected business! ! • To build a connected business you need an environment that is:! ! • Integrated! • Accessible! • Collaborative! • Adaptive!

66 QUESTIONS ?

5 Business Model

6 More Information ! ๏ Include links to product downloads, white paper downloads , etc.

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