Creating Context-Adaptive Business Processes

Creating Context-Adaptive Business Processes,10.1007/978-3-642-17358-5_16,Gabriel Hermosillo,Lionel Seinturier,Laurence Duchien

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As the dynamicity of today’s business environments keeps increasing, there is a need to continuously adapt business processes to respond to the changes in those environments and keep a competitive level. By using complex event processing, we can discover information that is relevant to our organization, which is usually hidden among the data generated in the environment, and use it to adapt the processes accordingly to respond to the changing conditions in an optimal way. Unfortunately, the static nature of business process definitions makes it impossible to adapt them at runtime and the redeployment of a modified process is required. By using a component-based approach, we can transform the existing business processes into dynamically bound components, adding the flexibility needed to adapt the processes at runtime. In this paper we present CEVICHE, a framework that combines the strengths of complex event processing and dynamic business process adaptation, which allows to respond to the needs of the rapidly changing environment, and its adaptation language called SBPL, an extension to BPEL which adds flexibility to business processes.
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