Orchestrations as Business Processes, not Technical Processes (Part 2, Development)

Abstract:  Once I read a book that said: “A complex system that works is invariably found to have evolved from a simple system that works”. That’s right for orchestrations, especially because they mix business and technical elements. Let’s see an approach to start simple and evolve to complex. A good approach that works fine for me is…

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Orchestrations as Business Processes, not Technical Processes (Part 1, Design)

Abstract: In a Business Process Management oriented project, orchestrations are business processes, not technical processes. A common mistake (mistake from the BPM point of view) is to use orchestration designer as ‘visual coding’. If you take the orchestration as a technical process, you are probably adding shapes and actions to deal with technical problems. At…

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Introducing the blog (and myself)

Welcome to my brand new blog! this is my first post, so I’ll try to set the expectations and introduce myself first. What you can expect from here:I’ll post about BizTalk and integration stuff, such ideas related to BPM, EAI, SOA, etc., and probably about some other technologies (.NET, Yukon, SOAP/WSE, messaging, etc), as I…

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