Practical Process Orchestration using Eclipse SOA

Dietmar Wolz (Talend)

Frameworks - SOA · Long - one hour zip files
Tuesday, 14:30, 50 minutes | Room 206

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The Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (BPEL) is frequently used to implement business processes on a technical level. BPEL allows describing long-running workflows using graphical editors to present workflows on human-friendly diagrams. Recently open source implementations like the Orchestration Director Engine (ODE) developed from the Apache Foundation and the Eclipse BPEL project have reached a maturity level which enables their use in a productive environment. Advanced integration features like dynamic endpoint resolution or policy driven configuration require a SOA runtime framework. We present the integration of ODE and the Eclipse BPEL editor with Eclipse Swordfish. Our extensions to the eclipse BPEL editor support the whole process development cycle including both visual and textual process design, deployment and testing. Web service meta data can be imported from the Swordfish service registry, orchestrated services can directly be registered as service providers and used by other services. Sample projects and wizards reduce the required familiarization effort.
Dietmar Wolz is software designer at SOPERA GmbH responsible for the integration of business process management solutions with the SOPERA Advanced Service Factory. He is eclipse committer for the Eclipse SOA Runtime framework Swordfish and has 15 years experience in the software industry with a focus on SOA/ESB design, OSGi and model driven development. For many years he was a lecturer teaching programming languages, software engineering and algorithm design at different universities.

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