Central Ohio Software Symposium
July 25 - 27, 2008 - Columbus, OH
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Getting Started with BPEL
With all of these web services becoming available there is an increasing need for tools to pull together multiple web services into one composite service. BPEL is an up and coming approach to orchestrating a workflow consisting of Web Service calls.
This session will go beyond the vendor specific graphical workflow design tools to introduce the BPEL language constructs. Using real BPEL code examples applied to a couple of problem domains we will introduce concepts which can get you started developing SOA Workflow applications.
About Mark Johnson
Mark Johnson is a Advisory Engineer at Pivotal where he focuses on helping people learn how to apply Fast and Big Data as well as PaaS solutions to address real world enterprise challenges. Mark has worked on a wide range of technology during his career. Most recently he has focused on Groovy, Grails, and Scala as technologies which enable high quality applications quickly. Mark is active in the software community as the President of the New England Java Users Group (NEJUG) and a regular presenter to user groups and various conferences. When not working, Mark can be found riding his mountain bike on local trails and playing with his family.More About Mark »