Business Process Service Architecture

Posted by Ralph Soika on Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 06:05

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I would like to share an article about a new architectual style for a Business Process Service in a Microservice Architecture.
The “Business Process Service Architecture – BPSA“ is an architectural style which can be used to design a business process running in a microservice architecture, even when all services are decoupled strongly as single verticals.

The following two blog postings explain the details of this idea.

http://ralph.soika.com/microservices-verticals-business-process-management/
http://ralph.soika.com/how-to-design-a-business-process-service-architec...

We use this architectual style at Imixs-Workflow (http://www.imixs.org) to integrate a workflow eingine in a microservice architecture

Regards
Ralph

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Emily Braun
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posted 18 weeks 3 days ago
Thank you for the provided information. I skipped this theme in college so your blog posts are really helpful.

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