Using Eclipse STP Intermediate Model and Spagic to get a complete Free Open Source SOA/BPM solution
Andrea Zoppello (Engineering Ingegneria Informatica), Gianfranco Boccalon (Engineering Ingegneria Informatica)
STP IM defines a common model that acts as a bridge between different approaches and tools used by different SOA Solutions.
Starting from STP Intermediate model, using Spagic you can generate deployable code for JBI and BPEL environments, keeping control over the execution, enabling management, control, and error handling of running processes.
Engineering Ingegneria Informatica is focusing on the development of Spagic 2.0 – the free SOA/BPM Enterprise Integration Platform - composed by a set of visual tools and back-end applications oriented towards design, realization, deploy and monitoring of ESB infrastructures adherent to the SOA paradigm.
Spagic provides a complete SOA/ESB solution and a graphic environment to design BPM and to generate integration process with various approaches: JBI SA, BPEL and SCA. It also offers graphic functionalities to monitor and manage all the activities (service-service, process-service and process-process).
Andrea is an IT Architect with 8 years experience in web application design and development, J2EE and EAI open source frameworks.
He's actually active in Spagic design and Development, and on projects focused on EAI, Busineess Process Management, Workflow, and Data Integration.
Since November 2007 has been nominated commiter on Eclipse STP project for his contribution of the STP Intermediate Model.
Gianfranco Boccalon, the Spagic & Spago Project Leader, is a Senior Solution Architect with a long experience in IT field. He has valuable expertise in J2EE architectures and frameworks, in the SOA environment and in software development methods with a specific focus on performance testing and measurements. Prior to join the Spago team, he worked in the development of CAD applications and in consultancy and software development of financial applications. Now he is currently working in designing the Spagic evolutionary steps in the SOA domain.