When telling people about my approach to SOA, in which a given service would have client/browser-side components running side-by-side in the same process and even in the same page as components from other services, I often get asked this question:
“Doesn’t all of this loosely-coupled composition come with a high cost, in terms of client to server chit-chat?”
I've been sticking my head into some hot RedHat technologies lately and among the many interesting parts I found SwitchYard. Without being disrespectful towards everybody wrapping their heads around SOA and service oriented architectures in the past, this has always been kind of weird to me as a Java EE developer.
Your ability to add process documentation has been greatly enhanced in BPM 12.1.3. Some of the key enhancements are:
When customers extend their project objectives from beyond
traditional departmental boundaries to the enterprise as a whole, the BPM
strategy is not driven by only a few processes but by hundreds of processes,
some mission-critical to the overall value stream, others in a supporting role.
There is a need to capture a macro, or big picture view and provide a way to
categorize, analyze, and document these vast collection of processes, and
understand their m