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Process-oriented modeling for SOA, Part 4: Tying it all together with a case study
Learn how a process model drives both a use case model and service model. This article ties everything together with a case study about home shopping that illustrates the concepts in the previous parts of this series.
 Articles 24 Mar 2009 
 
Process-oriented modeling for SOA, Part 3: Use case modeling
Learn how business analysts and architects can specify use cases that are in alignment with Service-Oriented Architecture. This article describes a use case modeling technique based on the process modeling technique described in Part 1. In this series, learn about a new business process decomposition technique that can help you specify business processes that are aligned with a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).
 Articles 10 Mar 2009 
 
Process-oriented modeling for SOA, Part 2: Process patterns
Learn about a set of SOA-aligned business process patterns that use the decomposition technique described in Part 1. Each pattern belongs to a layer of the decomposition framework. There are patterns for consumer, long-running, human activity, and short-running processes. In this series, learn about a new business process decomposition technique that can help you specify business processes that are aligned with a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).
 Articles 11 Nov 2008 
 
Process-oriented modeling for SOA, Part 1: A technique for process decomposition
In this series, learn about a new decomposition technique that can help you specify business with a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). This first article explores decomposing a business process into different layers of responsibility--as opposed to different levels of detail--and also looks into the role of the process controller as well as how services are identified by where they are needed.
 Articles 04 Nov 2008