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TABLE OF CONTENTS
   BPEL Quick Start
   BPEL Servers
   BPEL Tools
   BPEL Presentations
   BPEL Weblogs
   Industry Quotes
   Articles and White Papers
   Orchestration Q&A
   Web Services Specs
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BPEL Quick Start
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BPEL Servers
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BPEL Tools
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BPEL Presentations
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BPEL Weblogs
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Industry Quotes
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  • Steve Brown: "Say you’re building an application, but some of the applications it will use are themselves Web services. You’ll absolutely need to have a flexible way of orchestrating all of those Web services, making sure they happen in the right order and making sure the checks and balances are performed. That’s the area that BPEL4WS is targeted at."

  • Tom Siebel: "The emergence of business-process computing means that the days of closed, monolithic application suites and proprietary integration solutions are over. Business-process computing, based on open standards, will free companies from being locked into one vendor’s proprietary architecture. With Web services, application functionality becomes disaggregated, with each function available as a service that can be accessed (or consumed) on demand by any other application or service on the network, anytime, anyplace."

  • Adam Bosworth: "Alan Kay is supposed to have said that simple things should be simple and hard things should be possible. It has been my experience over 25 years of software development that for most software products, simple things should be declarative and/or visual and hard things should be procedural. Declarative languages have an unfortunate tendency to metastasize because people need to do things that are hard. When they grow in this way, not only can most people not use these new features, they find the entire language more daunting."

Articles and White Papers
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Orchestration Q & A
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Web Service Specs
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