For my current project we are performing a Business Process analysis. The goal is to catch all relevant business processes in a Business Process Model. This model will then be used as base for a SOA implementation of a new system, which will support the customer in his business much better then the current system.
As notation for the diagrams of our BPM (Business Process Model) we use BPMN (Business Process Model Notation). Although there is some discussion if you should use this notation or just the available UML diagrams, I chose to use BPMN, as I expect this to become the (defacto) standard, if it isn’t this already.
After we have modeled the relevant processes we would like to translate the BPMN diagrams to BPEL diagrams. But before we have reached this step, we first have to identify which processes are suitable to be implemented by web services, and then we have to build all these services.
So before we are going to use BPEL, we have plenty of time to read and investigate how to use BPEL succesfull for our SOA. There are already lot of articles about this issue so we won’t have to be bored the coming months 🙂
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Pascal is a senior IT consultant and has been working in IT since 1997. He is monitoring the latest development in new technologies (Mobile, Cloud, Big Data) closely and particularly interested in Java open source tool stacks, cloud related technologies like AWS and mobile development like building iOS apps with Swift. Specialties: Java/JEE/Spring Amazon AWS API/REST Big Data Continuous Delivery Swift/iOS