Event Process Choreography
The Fiorano Studio allows end-users to rapidly compose enterprise-scale, interactive business-solutions in the form of event-driven distributed business processes. With the studio, the logical application design is mapped directly to the physical implementation, making the development process easier and more intuitive than that of conventional integration suites. The Studio allows end-users to:
The unique application modeling and development approach employed by Fiorano ESB is simpler than competing architectures but is capable of supporting very large, demanding applications. In addition, strong monitoring features and flexible runtime administration enable dynamic deployment and reconfiguration of application components.
Fiorano Studio allows users with little or no programming experience to synthesize event-driven business processes with loosely-coupled business components derived from existing J2EE, .NET, C/C++/Legacy applications and Web Services. Event-processes are composed by connecting service instances on the studio screen, and the logical design is mapped directly to the physical implementation in the form of services running on ESB-Peers distributed across the network. Business events do not have to traverse a centralized server; instead, events flow directly between independently executing business services running across the network, with process-control centralized conveniently in the hands of the user.
Figure 1 - Composing Event-Driven Business Processes
Once a distributed event-process is composed, it can be deployed on the Fiorano ESB network spanning geographical boundaries. Fiorano ESB allows you to selectively launch, terminate, modify or configure individual services participating in a distributed event-driven business process based on business requirements without interrupting other services in the application, leading to unprecedented flexibility in creating and deploying event-processes in real-time.
Fiorano ESB business processes can be modified even when they are executing, allowing seamless implementation of rapidly changing business requirements. For example, if an existing event-process sends an e-mail to a manager on the occurrence of an event and you need to send an SMS instead, you could replace the existing SMTP service (used for sending e-mail) with an SMS service without stopping or interrupting the rest of the business process.
The Fiorano Studio allows you to centrally monitor the flow of data and intercept events flowing across a live, distributed event process.
Figure 2- Event Interception in live business processes
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