Process Choreographies: From Modelling to Implementation

Supervisor
Mathias Weske - Hasso Plattner Institute of IT Systems Engineering, University of Potsdam
Date and time
Thursday, June 15, 2017 at 3:00 PM - Rinfresco 14.45, inizio seminario 15.00.
Place
Ca' Vignal 2, Floor terra, Lecture Hall Gino Tessari
Programme Director
External reference
Publication date
May 31, 2017
Department
Computer Science  

Summary

While research in BPM mainly focuses on processes within organizations, there are challenging research questions related to interacting business processes and process choreographies. In the seminar, process choreographies are first investigated from a modelling perspective. Expressive means of BPMN choreography diagrams are highlighted. While these diagrams allow us to specify the behavioural aspects of process interactions, they do not cover implementation aspects. Recent research results to narrow the business – IT gap for process choreographies are discussed. These use REST-based expressions to annotate choreography diagrams. Several criteria are discussed that allow us to investigate the consistency of the resulting diagrams. The talk concludes with a set of challenges related to the implementation of process choreographies.

Contact person: Carlo Combi





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