BPEL pour les services web : Deuxième Edition [French]

By Benny Mathew , Dalil Djidel [Traducteur] , Matjaz B. Juric and 1 more
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Les services web sont la plateforme technique de base requise pour l’interopérabilité des applications. Ils ne permettent pas toutefois de contrôler l’ordre et la manière dont les opérations qu’ils exposent sont invoquées. Ils ne fournissent pas non plus de moyen de décrire la sémantique des interfaces, les workflows ou les processus métier électroniques. BPEL est le chaînon manquant qui permet d’assembler et d’intégrer les services web dans des processus réels.
BPEL standardise l’automatisation des processus entre services web, qu’ils soient déployés au sein de l’entreprise afin d’intégrer des systèmes auparavant isolés, ou entre entreprises pour faciliter l’intégration entre partenaires commerciaux.
En fournissant une structure de description standard, BPEL permet aux entreprises de définir leurs processus durant la phase de conception. Ceci engendre des bénéfices encore plus larges en permettant d’optimiser ces processus, de les ré-agencer et de sélectionner les plus appropriés.
Supporté par les grands éditeurs de logiciels —BEA, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Microsoft, Novell, Oracle, SAP, Sun et d’autres — BPEL est en train de devenir le standard en matière de gestion des processus métier (BPM ou Business Process Management).
Ce livre couvre de façon exhaustive le langage, sa syntaxe et son usage. Il commence par donner une vue d’ensemble des services web, leurs fondements et justifie le besoin d’un langage tel que BPEL. La couche technologique des services web est décrite, y compris les standards tels que WS-Security, WS-Coordination, WS-Transaction, WS-Addressing et d’autres. Le langage BPEL lui-même est décrit en détail et des extraits de code ainsi que des exemples complets illustrent à la fois sa syntaxe et les constructions de processus typiques. Après avoir traité du langage, le livre aborde la façon de le mettre en œuvre en donnant une vue d’ensemble des principaux serveurs BPEL. Deux d’entre eux, Oracle BPEL Process Manager et Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004 sont traités en détail et des exemples complets de mise en œuvre à l’aide de ces serveurs sont fournis.

Publication date:
July 2007
Publisher
Packt
Pages
370
ISBN
9781847192165

About the Authors

  • Benny Mathew

    Benny Mathew is a Solution Architect at Two Connect Inc. He did his Masters in Computer Applications from University of Mysore, India. His fascination for computers started at the age of 14, when he experienced the joy of programming for the first time on a Sinclair ZX Spectrum+. He has co-authored several books and articles on .NET and BizTalk 2004/2006 for leading book publishers and developer portals such as Wrox Press, Apress, Packt Publishing, DevX, ASPToday, CSharpToday and DeveloperFusion. During his free time, Benny likes to read/write blogs and help people on the newsgroups related to BizTalk. He was awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for two consecutive years. Before joining Two Connect, he was with companies like IBM, Hewlett Packard, Thomson Financials and Delphi Software. you can reach him at benny(at)mvps(dot)org.

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  • Dalil Djidel [Traducteur]

    Dalil Djidel travaille chez Oracle depuis plus de 10 ans où il a été successivement Consultant, Responsable Technique de Compte et Chef de Projet. Il occupe maintenant un poste d'Avant-Vente spécialisé dans les technologies d'intégration (SOA, BPEL, ESB) et promeut l'usage de ces technologies auprès des clients Oracle Applications.


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  • Matjaz B. Juric

    Matjaz B. Juric holds a PhD in computer and information science. He is a full-time professor at the University of Ljubljana and heads the Cloud Computing and SOA Competence Centre (http://www.soa.si). Matjaz is an Oracle ACE Director and has been designated Java Champion and IBM Champion. He has more than 20 years of work experience.

    He has authored and coauthored Do More with SOA Integration: Best of Packt, WS-BPEL 2.0 for SOA Composite Applications with IBM WebSphere 7, Oracle Fusion Middleware Patterns, Business Process Driven SOA using BPMN and BPEL, Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (both English and French editions), BPEL Cookbook (which was awarded the best SOA book in 2007 by SOA World Journal), SOA Approach to Integration, Professional J2EE EAI, Professional EJB, J2EE Design Patterns Applied, and Visual Basic .NET Serialization Handbook.

    He has published chapters in More Java Gems, Cambridge University Press, and in Technology Supporting Business Solutions, Nova Science Publishers, Inc. His work has also been published in several journals and magazines and presented at conferences.

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  • Poornachandra Sarang

    Poornachandra Sarang, Ph.D., is CEO of ABCOM Information Systems. He has been a Visiting Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, USA and is currently a visiting professor for Post-Graduate Computer Science courses at the University of Mumbai. Dr. Sarang provides consulting services to worldwide clients in architecting and designing IT solutions based on Java, CORBA, and Microsoft platforms. A well known and a highly sought-after trainer, Dr. Sarang has conducted several training programs on the latest technologies for several top-notch IT companies. He conducts lectures/seminars on emerging technologies across the world and has made several presentations at international conferences. He has authored/co-authored several books on Java, C++, J2EE, e-Commerce, and .NET.

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