EclipseCon 2007 March 5-8, Santa Clara California





From Modelling to Execution in the Enterprise-- using BPMN and BPEL

Oisin Hurley (IONA Technologies), Antoine Toulmé (Intalio Inc.), Hugues Malphettes (Intalio Inc)

· Long Talk

Wednesday, 15:30, 50 minutes | Room 203-204

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There is no one type of SOA developer - everything from hard-core service development all the way up to business process modelling for an enterprise are part of developing a SOA solution. Traditionally, SOA has been synonymous with service development, but this is only a part of the overall process. This talk introduces the part of the process that has been relatively neglected, but is now coming more into focus as SOA approaches gain more ground in large enterprises - that is, Business Process Modelling. In this talk, we will describe how a Business Process can be modelled using the Business Process Modelling Notation editor available in the SOA Tools Platform and how BPEL corresponding to the Business Process may be generated and executed.

Oisin is the PMC Lead for the Eclipse SOA Tools Project, a SOA Products Architect at IONA Technologies and a contributer to the Service Component Architecture Assembly, C++ and JAX-WS standards. He has a keen interest in how Open Source is going to revolutionize the traditional enterprise software development scene.

Antoine Toulmé is a software engineer working for Intalio Inc. He works on the STP BPMN modeler to provide it more extensibility. He also has an interest into the EMF Compare component.

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