By Tanya Wolff (firstname.lastname@example.org), Software Quality Developer, IBM
In this overview of designing business processes and services, Tanya Wolff highlights the roles and tools involved, workflows that software architects can use, and the advantages of using Rational Software Architect modeling tools to assemble the elements. She also explains workarounds and summarizes SoaML modeling practices.
IBM developerWorks, Rational software
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Re: Using models to design business processes and services2012-06-28T13:05:33Z in response to SystemAdminThe leading solution for accelerating software development and deployment, optimized for JEE, SOA, and WebSphere. IBM Rational Software Architect, (RSA) made by IBM's Rational Software division, is a comprehensive modeling and development environment that uses. Hey i tell you a site
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