Tomorrow (Feb. 23, 2012), the fourth central european workshop on services and their composition (ZEUS 2012) will start in Bamberg. A total of 18 papers have been accepted for the on-site proceedings and there will be participants from four countries. For the details, have a look at the program. Apart from helping to prepare coffee and cookies and move around tables, I will also hold a presentation.
My paper with the title Building Orchestrations in B2Bi – The Case of BPEL 2.0 and BPMN 2.0 has been accepted for the on-site proceedings. I will have a glance at the application of different orchestration languages in current top-down choreography-to-orchestration approaches in the domain of business-to-business integration. Using a requirements framework, I will look at two standards that are natural candidates for this task, BPEL and BPMN 2.0 process diagrams.