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Last in the morning's general session was Tom Laffey, TIBCO's EVP of products and technologies, and Matt Quinn, VP of product management and strategy. Like RanadivĂ©'s talk earlier, they're talking about enterprise virtualization: positioning messaging, for example, as virtualizing the network... Read More..
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Intro to BPEL

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I just listened in on To BPEL or Not To BPEL, the title of which I believe resolves the pronunciation issue once and for all: although the presenter (Danny van der Rijn, principal architect at TIBCO) said "BEH-pull", clearly it must... Read More..
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XPDL and BPEL

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An interesting bit on the WfMC site comparing XPDL and BPEL that was highlighted in a WfMC mailing this week: BPEL and XPDL are entirely different yet complimentary standards.  BPEL is an "execution language" designed to provide a definition of web... Read More..
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There's been a few interesting posts about BPEL lately. First, SOA World Magazine (which appears on the WebSphere Journal site, not sure if it actually exists elsewhere since there was no back-link) has a post on BPEL's Growing Up, covering... Read More..
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The opening keynote this morning was by Prof. August-Wilhelm Scheer, the founder and serious brain-trust behind IDS Scheer. You have to love this guy: not only is he brilliant and able to describe his ideas clearly, he opened and closed... Read More..
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Although labelled "The business value of BPM", this is really a webinar on BPM standards as a wrap-up of the recent OMG BPM Think Tank, which I blogged extensively about. Since I was at the Think Tank and have a... Read More..
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I'm tuned into an ebizQ webinar on SOA standards, News Break: The First Standards-Based SOA Forum to Manage and Govern Your SOA. This link should be good for replay within a couple of hours after the webinar, or within a... Read More..
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The Spring OMG newsletter is available online (direct link to PDF) with a 2-page article "OMG and Service-Oriented Architecture": In essence, SOA is an architectural approach that seeks to align business processes with service protocols and the underlying software components... Read More..
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Since I only finished posting about yesterday's sessions at the end of this morning, I decided to just do a final conference wrapup instead of separate wrapups for yesterday and today. In general, the BPM Think Tank was great, and... Read More..
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This afternoon, I attended technology roundtable on XPDL led by Keith Swenson. Keith went around the table and asked how we (or our customers) are modelling processes now. The biggest faction by far use Visio, but PowerPoint (!), UML activity... Read More..
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