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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.

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A Comparison between Incremental Composition and BPEL

This paper describes the Incremental Composition approach and the BPEL method of composing Web services to one Web service composition. The use case and the different Web services are explained. Each approach is applied to the use case and the same service chain is developed for both approaches. The paper compares approaches, explores differences in implementation and execution, and outlines the conceptual differences between the approaches.

An EDU-GILA Project by Adan Mercado Nieto, Angela Schwering, Simón Smith Bize, and Tobias Debald

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Delivering "Big Bank" Solutions with Community Banking Intimacy: Synovus Financial Corp and Active Endpoints

In this case study, Synovus and Active Endpoints demonstrates how
reusing proven code to build new applications, regardless of that
code's origin, allowed the community bank to provide customers with Web
self-service options and other technology benefits usually considered
beyond the reach of a smaller institution. By making the most of its
programming resources, the bank was able to deliver Web services in
line with customers' elevated expectations while keeping its focus on
the personal service customers expect from a community bank.

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Grid Service Orchestration using the Business Process Execution Language

This case study describes research experience in orchestrating scientific, grid-based workflows using BPEL. The study orchestrates Grid services for the automation of a polymorph prediction application. Using this example, the paper explains the extent with which the BPEL language supports the definition of scientific workflows. It describes the reliability, performance and scalability that can be achieved by executing a complex scientific workflow with ActiveBPEL, an industrial strength but freely available BPEL engine.

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PSI Uses BPEL for State-Subsidized Health Insurance Program

Policy Studies, Inc. (PSI) uses BPEL as part of an application to support its SCHIP E&E outsourcing business line. SCHIP is a program that offers state-subsidized health insurance coverage to individuals whose incomes are too high to be covered by Medicaid but too low to afford private health insurance. PSI developed its solution with a specific state as the target, but with a strong emphasis on making the system generic and customizable enough to take it to other states, and even to other kinds of operations.

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Software AG Uses ActiveBPEL to Help Customers Service-enable and Reuse Applications to Achieve High-value Business Integration

In 2005, when Software AG's core crossvision technologies were being developed, they also began investigating SOA orchestration to complement its existing ESB product offering. “We were certainly aware of the BPEL4WS 1.1 specification and the industry activities being undertaken to create a BPEL standard,” explains Dr. Stefan Ried, Vice President of crossvision Product Management, Software AG.

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