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Old 04-07-2006, 12:21 AM   #1
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LXer: Open-source BPM suite advances


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Open-source Java specialist JBoss announced a major update to its jBPM business process management (BPM) suite at LinuxWorld in Boston. Sacha Labourey, JBoss chief technology officer, said new tools would plug into the firm's forthcoming enterprise service bus (ESB). "It's important to see how our projects fit into our overall service-oriented architecture [SOA] strategy and the JBoss ESB, which is an asynchronous bus that will have a plug-and-play architecture," he said.

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