for organizations seeking to make their BPMN process models executable by means of the
BPEL implementation provided by Enterprise Architect
Enacting BPMN with BPEL is designed for organizations that already have process models built using the Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN), or are considering creating such models, with the intent to make all or part of them executable by generating Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) artifacts.
Why Choose This Course?
This course will prove invaluable to organizations wishing to transform their process models, in particular the orchestration of internal and/or external process activities, directly into an executable syntax. This direct BPMN-to-BPEL mapping path ensures that the process models, as understood by the business stakeholders, are also the processes being enacted in production.
Who Should Attend?
This three-day intensive course is designed for the architects and engineers who will be responsible for augmenting the BPMN models developed by the business analysts with additional properties and artifacts, in order to provide the basis from which BPEL can be generated.
What You Will Learn?
- Basic tool features
- BPMN related extensions and constraints
- Patterns for special flows such as loops
- Creating Web Service definitions
- Generating BPEL
- Many hands-on exercises
Business process enactment is a powerful step in closing the trasitional gap which exists between the enterprise processes as viewed by the business stakeholders, and the implementation provided by IT. Cephas has been helping a large number of clients over the years build up their portfolio of business process models: this course opens the door for transforming these abstract models and turn them into the heart of a realized Service Oriented Architecture.