Service-oriented Architecture and Business Process Management
Modeling and implementing business processes is one of the key issues in an enterprises IT. The concepts of Service-oriented Architectures (SOA) are currently assessed as the most promising approach to assure qualities like flexibility and agility in the support and management of business processes. This lecture gives an overview and introduction to fundamental issues from SOA and Business Process Management. Goal is to provide concepts for bridging the gap between "real life" business processes and their models (e.g. using Business Process Management Notation, Business Process Execution Language) and the actual application systems. Hence, practices focus on modeling and implementing services using Web Service technology and an Open Source SOA stack.
|Type||Day of the Week||Time||Interval||Period||Room|
|Lecture||Thu.||12:00-14:00 (c.t.)||weekly||14.10.2010 - 03.02.2011||H-C 8325|
|Tutorial||Tue.||12:00-14:00 (c.t.)||TBD||19.10.2010 - 01.02.2011||H-C 8325|
This lecture can be acknowledged as part of Diplom ("Vertiefungsfach") or in Master studies.
- Dr. Thomas Barth
- Dipl.-Winf. Thomas Fielenbach