Friday, 20 April 2012

SOA Cookbook: Master SOA process architecture, modeling, and simulation in BPEL, TIBCO's BusinessWorks, and BEA's Weblogic Integration


Process-based SOA covers food. BPEL language most known in the art, this book and several examples are BPEL. In addition, vendors such as TIBCO BusinessWorks, and BEA WebLogic Integration of language training in the process. If the SOA process, the building area, chances are you use one of these languages??SOA Cookbook. The book assumes the reader is comfortable with XML and Web services.

Author Michael Havey in TIBCO SOA (and the old IBM, BEA, and with Chordiant) works. Second book by Michael SOA eat. Modeling of basic business processes, the first book was published in 2005.

What to learn from this book?
  • "Advanced 4 +1", ARIS, SCA, SOA process a document using UML and BPMN
  • Learning by example how to separate the process of BPM and SOA
  • Choreography and orchestration model in BPMN and BPEL
  • Between BPM and SOA Divide a process that includes manual and automatic operations
  • Manage processes in the short and long-term government
  • Model is a structured "flat" approach, with three variants of the smart things: the event-based state-based and flow-based
  • "Problem of Change" Develop dynamic processes to manage: the problems that need to change the definition of a production process of a real case
  • The concepts of SOA process simulation and discrete event simulation using the Poisson process
  • Measure the complexity of the SOA process


As a cookbook, this book can be viewed as a collection of gourmet recipes for SOA. Each of the eight chapters following the introduction of the concept of SOA process involving a significant teaches techniques to create solutions based on the concept. Working examples BPEL, TIBCO BusinessWorks, and BEA WebLogic Integration in Development.

Who is this book written?

Book SOA architects, designers and developers who want to learn the techniques of orchestration in the hands of the intended process. Many readers use this as soon as possible or BPEL, TIBCO BusinessWorks, or BEA WebLogic Integration projects will start using such language.

This book assumes that you are comfortable reading support, and XML Web services, knows the basics. The book offers numerous examples of BPMN and BPEL, but immediately explains the special language constructs; the reader does not need any experience in these languages.

About the Author

Michael Havey integration, SOA and BPM, an architect with thirteen years experience. The practice of TIBCO, a financial services consultant, Michael previously IBM, BEA, Chordiant, and eLoyalty worked as a consultant for. Michael, the author of two books and numerous articles. Michael in Ottawa, Canada, lives near.

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