2007 Comparative Assessment Methodology Process for BPEL: Systems Integrator Use Case

Scientific Research Corporation (SRC) is an advanced electronic engineering company that was founded in 1988 to provide innovative solutions to the U.S. Government, international markets, and private industry.

Under contract with Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center Charleston (SSC-C), SRC developed a methodology for requirements-driven, capabilities-based technology acquisition. The methodology was developed in response to requirements from SSC-C, National Institute of Justice (NIJ), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the Critical Infrastructure Protection Center (CIPC), with the primary objective of insuring consistency and rigor in the technology acquisition lifecycle.

This comparative assessment methodology offers a review of BPEL tools using a requirements-driven, capabilities-based technology selection process for defense applications. See how using BPEL helps achieve the ultimate goal of C4ISR: actionable intelligence based on the situation. Based on the analysis, the CIPC chose Active Endpoints’ ActiveBPEL® over Oracle® BPEL Process Manager, Parasoft® BPEL Maestro™, Microsoft® BizTalk® Server and BEA WebLogic® Server.





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