Issue No. 03 - May/June (2005 vol. 9)
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James Pasley , Cape Clear Software
As the use of Web services grows, organizations are increasingly choosing the Business Process Execution Language for modeling business processes within the Web services architecture. In addition to orchestrating organizations' Web services, BPEL's strengths include asynchronous message handling, reliability, and recovery. By developing Web services with BPEL in mind, organizations can implement aspects of the service-oriented architecture that might previously have been difficult to achieve.
service-oriented architecture, business process execution language, BPEL, Web services
J. Pasley, "How BPEL and SOA Are Changing Web Services Development," in IEEE Internet Computing, vol. 9, no. , pp. 60-67, 2005.