Das Open Source BPEL-Orchester — Teil 2


Im ersten Teil der Open-Source-Serie haben wir den BPEL-Designer und Apache ODE als BPEL Engine kennen gelernt. Doch was kommt, wenn im Designer alles gut anzusehen ist, es aber in der Ausführung hakt? Wie jede andere Software muss auch der BPEL-Prozess getestet werden. Dies verleiht nicht nur dem Kunden, sondern auch Ihnen als „Komponisten“ das gute Gefühl, dass die Services immer ein stimmiges Konzert geben werden. Dazu werden wir in diesem Teil das Open- Source-Werkzeug BPELUnit vorstellen und erste praktische Erfahrungen damit sammeln.

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Tammo van Lessen is a Principal Consultant with innoQ. He is an elected member of the Apache Software Foundation and PMC chair of Apache ODE. He co-authored a German book on WS-BPEL and was a member of OMG’s BPMN 2.0 Finalization Task Force. He published several academic and non-academic articles on Web services & business process execution and has a weakness for rightsized software architectures, DevOps and modern monitoring tooling. He is a regular speaker on national and international conferences.

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Dr. Daniel Lübke is Senior Consultant at innoQ and works in BPM and SOA customer projects. He received his PhD at the Leibniz Universität Hannover in the Software Engineering Group, is Maintainer of the BPELUnit project, one of the authors of the German book “Automating Business Processes with BPEL”, author of many articles in multiple magazines and presenter at many conferences.

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