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Design principles for process-driven architectures using Oracle BPM and SOA Suite 12c : a design handbook to orchestrate and manage flexible process-driven systems with Oracle BPM and SOA Suite 12c / Matjaz B. Juric [and six others].

Author/Creator:
Juric, Matjaz B., author.
Other Title:
Design principles for process-driven architectures using Oracle business process management and service oriented architecture Suite 12c
Design handbook to orchestrate and manage flexible process-driven systems with Oracle BPM and SOA Suite 12c
Design handbook to orchestrate and manage flexible process-driven systems with Oracle business process management and service oriented architecture Suite 12c
Edition:
1st edition
Publication:
Birmingham, England ; Mumbai, [India] : Packt Publishing, 2015.
Series:
Professional Expertise Distilled
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (444 p.)
Subjects:
Service-oriented architecture (Computer science)
Business enterprises -- Computer networks -- Management.
Oracle (Computer file) -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
System Details:
text file
Summary:
This book is intended for BPM and SOA architects, analysts, developers, and project managers who are responsible for, or involved in, business process development, modelling, monitoring, or the implementation of composite, process-oriented applications. The principles are relevant for the design of on-premise and cloud solutions.
Contents:
Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Authors; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Business Process Management, Service-oriented Architecture, and Enterprise Architecture; The importance of business processes; Modeling and optimizing business processes; Classifying business processes; The digital economy and knowledge-driven processes; Business architecture; Enterprise architecture; Business process management; Business process life cycle; Business process modeling; Modeling method and notation; Adaptive case management; AS-IS process model diagram
Exception handlingModeling principles; Common problems in process modeling; Publishing and communicating process models; Process execution, monitoring, and analytics; Business activity monitoring; Key performance indicators; Process optimization; The TO-BE process model; Typical problems in process optimization; Oracle BPM Suite; How SOA and BPM fit together; Agility; Resilience; Better aligning business with IT; New frontiers for SOA; Oracle SOA Suite; Summary; Chapter 2: Modeling Business Processes for SOA - Methodology; The postmature birth of enterprise BPM
Oracle BPM Suite 12c - new business architecture featuresFootball games - same basic rules, different methodology; Which BPM game do we play?; Game Silo BPM - departmental workflows; Oracle BPM Suite 11g is made for playing Game Silo BPM; Oracle BPM Suite models processes in BPMN; Game Enterprise BPM; Still wide open - the business/IT divide; Oracle BPM Suite 12c tackles Game Enterprise BPM; Using business architect features; Properties of BA models; Depicting organizational units; Value chains; Strategy models; Key performance indicators; KPIs in the value chain step level
Why we need a new methodology for Game Enterprise BPMPolitical change through Game Enterprise BPM; Pair modeling the value chains and business processes; Using guidelines and conventions to establish broad understanding; BPM Methodology for Oracle BPM Suite; Summary; Chapter 3: BPMN for Business Process Modeling; Business process classification and BPMN; Strategic or operational; Process type; Process scope; Business process diagrams; Deeper analysis of BPMN elements; Events; Activities; Subprocess; Task; Gateways; Sequence and message flows; Pools and lanes
General guidelines for business process modelingRule 1 - process models should provide aid in process understanding; Rule 2 - match each split with a join; Rule 3 - have well-defined start and end events; Rule 4 - look out for orphan tasks; Process modeling patterns and BPMN; Basic control patterns; Simple sequence; Parallel split sequence or forking; Type 1 - uncontrolled flow; Type 2 - controlled flow; Type 3 - parallel box; Synchronization or joining flow; Type 1 - use of the parallel (AND) gateway; Type 2 - subprocess completion; Branching and synchronization patterns; Multichoice
Structured synchronizing merge
Notes:
Includes index.
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed July 8, 2015).
Contributor:
Juric, Matjaz B., author.
ISBN:
1-84968-945-8
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