About This Book
- Lessons include how to model orchestration, how to build dynamic processes, how to manage state in a long-running process, and numerous others
- BPEL tools discussed include BPEL simulator, BPEL compiler, and BPEL complexity analyzer
- Examples in BPEL, TIBCO's BusinessWorks, BEA's Weblogic Integration
Who This Book Is For
The book is intended for hands-on SOA architects, designers, and developers who want to learn techniques in process orchestration. Many of these readers use, or will soon start using, languages such as BPEL, TIBCO's BusinessWorks, or BEA's Weblogic Integration in their projects.
This intermediate-level book assumes that the reader is comfortable reading XML and knows the basic concepts of web services. The book presents several BPEL and BPMN examples, but it explains specific language constructs on the fly; the reader need not have background in these languages.