BPM and SOA Collaborative Business Applications: Part I Architectural Foundations

BPM and SOA Collaborative Business Applications: Part I Architectural Foundations Collaboration is a much discussed topic these days, but what does it mean? Most of the capabilities we see in collaboration have to do with the user experience. So how do we incorporate collaboration into enterprise business processes? In his Column this month, Mike Rosen […]

SOA and BPM: Creating Flexible Services

SOA and BPM: Creating Flexible Services This month, Mike Rosen begins with a review of the basic structure of a service and then turns to practical suggestions for creating a flexible SOA. He cautions, however, against the temptation to do too much. Don’t miss his advice on how to maximize the value of your SOA.

BPM and SOA: Orchestration or Choreography

BPM and SOA: Orchestration or Choreography Inspired by a thought-provoking session he attended at a recent conference, Mike Rosen decomposes the elements of orchestration and choreography–two alternative approaches to using BPM and SOA in an organization. Each approach has distinct advantages in certain scenarios. Read his Column this month to learn which approach would yield […]

BPM and SOA: Service Usage Types

BPM and SOA: Service Usage Types In his Column this month, Mike Rosen asks if newly implemented SOA and BPM technologies are really contributing to improved business responsiveness. Acquiring the technology is only the first step; using it effectively is the hard part. Read his Column for some clearly presented practical advice on how to […]

BPM and SOA: BPM Project Perspectives

BPM and SOA: BPM Project Perspectives In this month’s Column, Mike Rosen addresses the common clashes that occur on SOA projects. He sets out to clear up the confusion that results when those who see SOA as an enabler for BPM come up against those others who attempt to kick off SOA from a grass […]

BPM and SOA: SOA, EA and Tools

BPM and SOA: SOA, EA and Tools This month, Mike Rosen continues to explore the relationship of SOA to Enterprise Architecture by looking at the relationship of SOA tools to Enterprise Architecture and Process Modeling tools.

SOA, EA and Tools

SOA, EA and Tools This month, Mike Rosen explores the relationship of SOA to Enterprise Architecture, complementing the recently published BPTrends 2006 Enterprise Architecture, Process Modeling and Simulation Tools Report, Version 2.0,

BPM and SOA: What Kind of Service Does a Business Process Need?

BPM and SOA: What Kind of Service Does a Business Process Need? The relationship between BPM and SOA continues to attract a lot of attention. In his last Column, Mike Rosen defined a Business Service as the interface between BPM and SOA. This month, he goes on to describe the kinds of services a BPM […]

BPM and SOA: 5 Key Requirements for SOA

BPM and SOA: 5 Key Requirements for SOA In May’s column, Mike Rosen reflects on recent announcements about BPM and SOA and concludes that the differences are really a matter of viewpoint and terminology. He then goes on to define the 5 key requirements that SOA products need in order to support BPM.

BPM and SOA: Where Does One End and the Other Begin?

BPM and SOA: Where Does One End and the Other Begin? This month, our new columnist, Mike Rosen, lays out an overview of the relationship between BPM and the software technologies that make up the Service Oriented Architecture. Together, Mike suggests, BPM and SOA provide the perfect platform for enterprise computing.

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