Using models to design business processes and services

Assembling components with modeling tools

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Tanya Wolff, Software Quality Developer

First published: December 13, 2011

Get an overview of designing business processes and services, the roles and tools involved, and workflows that software architects can use. The author highlights advantages of assembling the participants and services in a business process or service and provides examples to demonstrate the effects that different models have on the tools used to generate deployable artifacts. She also explains techniques to use to achieve good results, even from incomplete models, and summarizes the SoaML modeling practices to use when assembling processes and services.

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