Active Endpoints: ActiveVOS BPMS

ActiveVOS ( is a business process management system (BPMS) which permits project teams to easily implement process applications that integrate human and system tasks. ActiveVOS is a model-based system in which BPMN 2.0 process models are easy to design and change. When deployed, ActiveVOS executes BPMN models directly on a proven, high-performance BPEL engine. (See a screenshot tour of the ActiveVOS BPMN modeler.)

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bpel-g 5.1

Open source BPEL4WS and WS-BPEL 2.0 engine.  Packaged as a war and a JBI component for Apache ServiceMix.

This product includes software used under license from ActiveBPEL, LLC, but it is not an ActiveBPEL product and has not been tested, endorsed, or approved by ActiveBPEL, LLC. bpel-g is "Powered by ActiveBPEL"

The source code is taken from the 5.0.2 release of ActiveBPEL with some additions to bring it up to JDK 1.6, support for JBI, JMX, and XSLT 2.0. The source code is hosted on Google Code and the JBI deployment files use the same layout as Apace ODE.  

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Petals Link: Petals Studio

Petals Link, European open source SOA engineering company, provides open source SOA integration solutions, the Petals software suite.

Its flagship product is the open source Enterprise Services Bus Petals ESB.

Petals ESB brings SOA-compliant integration of applications – therefore improving flexibility and rationalization of the infrastructure, by exposing applications as reusable and freely combinable services.

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ActiveVOS 6.1

ActiveVOS 6.1 is the industry's first all-in-one, 100% standards-based, visual orchestration system.

ActiveVOS 6.1 is designed for Java developers who are new to SOA-based environments, letting them use what they know and work in the ways they prefer...yet it always does the correct thing architecturally. With ActiveVOS 6.1, developers, analysts, operations staff and end users all work collaboratively to quickly model, develop, deploy and manage BPM applications.

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SOA Governance

SOA Governance is the key to a successful adoption of Service-Oriented
Architecture. It is the process of establishing a desired outcome for
your efforts, and then leveraging people, policies, and processes to
make that outcome a reality. This includes technical policies and
standards that guide your design-time activities, policies and
processes that impact your project selection and funding decisions, and
finally run-time policies that impact your operational management

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