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Introduction to BPEL Process Modeling
Overview

This course will provide each participant with a thorough understanding of the role of Business Process Execution Language and its role for modeling corporate workflows and SOA processing. This course will focus on the usage of business process models, the role of BPEL and BPEL4WS, WBI product support, integration of WSDL and other XML standards, BPELWS partner concepts, stateful interactions, BPEL IBM extensions, use of the WBI Modeler, mapping elements in BPEL4WS, migration of MQ Workflows to BPEL4WS, use of FDL2BPEL migration tool and mapping FDL constructs to BPEL4WS.

All aspects of this class will incorporate the specific architecture of BNSF to illustrate the implementation of these techniques.

Prerequisites

Each student should have a basic understanding of application development and design methodologies.

Class Format

Lecture and Lab

Audience

Designed for programmers, managers, project leaders, enterprise architects and other technical individuals that need to understand the modeling of business workflows.

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, the student should be able to:

  • Understand the role of business process modeling
  • Learn the syntax and semantics of BPEL and BPEL4WS
  • Understand the relationship between BPEL and other Web services standards such as WSDL (Web services Description Language)
  • Gain experience using BPEL by building a progressively complex, process-centric application
  • Understand which BPEL constructs are most appropriate for different application scenarios
  • Using modeling tools to develop BPEL and BPEL4WS processes
  • Depict the key concepts of BPEL4WS: partners, endpoints, activities, correlation, data handling and scope
  • Illustrate element BPEL4WS mapping for files, I/O, control nodes, processes, decisions and while loops
  • Understand the generated files and the role of the different files generated from our BPEL models
  • Depict the migration of MQ Workflow to BPEL4WS and the use of migration tools


Course Duration

3 Days

Course outline

Introduction to SOA
  • SOA business challenges
  • Service Oriented Architecture
    o UDDI Registry
    o Service Requestor
    o Web Service
  • B2C vs B2B
  • Defining XML
  • Defining SOAP
    o Architecture
    o Messages
  • Web Services Descriptive Language (WSDL)
    o Definition
    o Usage
  • Application Server
  • Enterprise Service Bus
  • Process Server
  • Message Broker
  • Business process modeling
Business Integration
  • Need for application integration
  • How SOA addresses integration
  • Using integration and IDE tools
  • Integration Components
    o Application Server
    o Process Server
    o Enterprise Service Bus
  • Role of adapters
  • Use of business objects
  • Topology
    o Point-to-Point
    o Hub-to-Bus
Modeling Integration Patterns
  • Defining eBusiness Integration Patterns
    o Business
    o Integration
    o Application
    o Runtime
  • Business patterns
    o Self Service
    o Collaboration
  • Information aggregation
    o Extended Enterprise
    o Integration Patterns
    o Process
    o Application
Business Process Modeling
  • Defining BPM
  • Benefits of BPM
  • BPM Workflow analysis
  • Process re-engineering
  • Integrating SOA into BPM
    o Notation specification
    o Behavior modeling
    o Process activity sequencing
  • BPM lifecycle
  • Roles in BPM
BPEL
  • History, heritage and direction
  • Integration with business process management
  • Business process standards
  • BPEL syntax
  • Choreography vs Orchestration
  • Key concepts
    o Partners
    o Endpoints
    o Activities
    o Data handling
    o Correlation
    o Scope
  • Role of partners
  • Message correlation
  • Fault handling
  • Vendor extensions

Modeling with BPEL
  • Using Modeling tools
  • Create BPEL model
    o Workspaces
    o Projects
    o Catalogs
  • Process Monitoring
  • Exported elements (XSD and WSDL)
  • Element mapping
    o Files
    o I/O
    o Subprocesses
    o Control nodes
    o Decision
    o While loop
    o Services
  • BPEL Modeling mode
    o Generated files
    o Import/Export
    o Generate deployment code

WebSphere Modeler
  • Modeling overview
  • Eclipse GUI
  • usiness Process Execution Language
  • Import business process models
  • Shared workspace
  • Validation
  • Simulation and testing
  • Exporting

Enterprise Service Bus
  • Architecture pattern
  • Unify message oriented, event driven and service oriented processes
  • Optimize delivery of information and services
  • IBM Product integration
  • Interoperability with different platforms
WebSphere Process Server
  • Create internal/external business processes
  • Deployment issues
  • Business event synchronization
  • Applications integration
  • Role-based Access
  • Business Object optimization
  • JMS usage
  • Database connections
  • Use of EJB session beans
  • J2EE Connector architecture
  • Interaction with EIS systems
Process Monitoring
  • Work-in-process monitoring
  • Real-time data access
  • Integration with WebSphere MQ Workflow
  • Report generation
  • Workflow Dashboard
  • Business Dashboard
Message Broker
  • Application integration
  • Centralized message broker
  • Database logging
  • SOA and SOAP messages


 
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