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ebSOA TC Work on Technical Specifications. Co-Chair George Brown, Intel [email protected] ebSOA TC Membership. Co-chairs Sally St. Amand George Brown Active members Kathryn Breininger Atilla Elci Kamran Ozair David Webber Goran Zugic, principal contributor of specs.

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Ebsoa tc work on technical specifications

ebSOA TCWork onTechnical Specifications

Co-Chair George Brown, Intel

[email protected]

Ebsoa tc membership

ebSOA TC Membership

  • Co-chairs

    • Sally St. Amand

    • George Brown

  • Active members

    • Kathryn Breininger

    • Atilla Elci

    • Kamran Ozair

    • David Webber

    • Goran Zugic, principal contributor of specs

Ebsoa tc objectives

ebSOA TC Objectives

  • Define an eBusiness Service Oriented Architecture Technical Specifications and Best Practices Documents

  • Describe conducting electronic business within a service oriented architecture from a business perspective with the following intent:

    • Enable business collaboration through a standards solution

    • Ensures semantic integration at runtime

    • Drive convergence of current and evolving ebXML specifications, Web Services specifications and other open standards that support the use of Service Oriented Architectures (SOA).

Research basis reconciles bpm with soa

Research Basis Reconciles BPM with SOA

  • Activities

  • Inputs/outputs

  • Flows

  • Deliverables

  • Dependencies

  • Transactions

  • Decisions

  • Contracts

  • Documents

  • Interfaces

  • Security

  • Messages

  • Registries

  • Repositories

  • Content maps

  • Services

  • Events

  • Agents

Patterns or use cases of



Reference models

SOA standards



  • Process characteristics determine what capabilities are required

    • Human interaction determines the need for portal and collaborative services capabilities

      • Sign-on, authentication, plug-in services (meetings, calendars, chat, visualization, reporting, etc.)

    • Process administration determines the need for federation server and gateways

      • Security, protocols, content exchange formats, meta-data mapping, B2B process standards (RosettaNet, CPFR, …)

    • Process flow determines the need for event management

      • Alerts, Escalation, Messaging, Queries, Flow controller

    • Business logic reconciliation determines the need for agent framework

      • Synchronous vs. asynchronous reconciliation

Functional architecture for a soa solution

Functional Architecture for a SOA Solution






SOA Federation

Federation Server



Federated User

Federated User





Plug-in Services

Plug-in Services



Ebsoa solution information models

ebSOA Solution Information Models

  • Federation Information Model (FIM) – Content and Context

    • FIM is an informational bridge between the public and private world.

    • Definition of federate profiles, business process specifications, collaboration protocols and agreements, security policies, etc. Information that supports public processes and documents of any type for both public and private processes.

    • Agent Interface Information Model defines types of agents, invocation rules and status control.

  • Collaborative Process Information Model (CPIM)

    • Supports complete CP context including all possible flows, participants and shared context elements like metrics, rules and joint events

    • The main CPIM entities are: CP Flows, Roles, Rules, Metrics and Clusters of Events

  • Collaborative Process Flow Information Model (CPFIM)

    • Supports definition of the possible flows of activities, decisions and events within the CP

    • The main CPFIM entities are: Activities, I/O-s, Events, Triggers, Decisions, Sequences, References, etc.

Collaboration semantics

Collaboration Semantics

  • Collaboration semantics in connection with Information Models provides full dynamic collaboration support

  • Collaboration semantics formally defines all necessary interfaces with methods/functions required for the collaboration data (Information Models) manipulations and interactions between SOA Federation architectural components

    • SOA Federation is a central block of the SOA architecture solution with the following components which interfaces and methods/functions are already defined as a part of the ebSOA architectural specification:

      • Gateway

      • Portal

      • Plug-in Services

      • Security

      • SOA Federation (Federation Server, Agent Framework, CP Flow Controller and Collaborative Services)

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