A Hybrid Integration Approach to Business Process Management Implementation

  • Gao M
  • Jia H
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Abstract

In order to solve the problem of functional integration and data integration between information system (IS) and business process (BP) based on service-oriented architecture (SOA), an architecture using hybrid integration approach is proposed to support business process management in this paper. Because of the fact that existing SOA has resolved functional integration well in business process management (BPM), business process changes are bound to cause corresponding changes in information systems Adding data service layer within SOA can resolve data integration and deal with various changes more loosely coupling and agility, this approach can offer various requirement data in the form of services, according to specific demands, this architecture provides a method that the services encapsulated will be rebuilt by using BPEL and WS-CDL to fulfill organizational business goals. The core contribution of this article is to show how hybrid integration model design based SOA involved in functional integration and data integration.

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  • BPM
  • SOA
  • business process rebuilding
  • information system

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  • Ming Gao

  • Hongyu Jia

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