Self-Managed Component-Based Software Architecture for Business Process Management


While the functions of Business Process Management (BPM) tools are already studied and standardized, new challenges regarding the architecture of such type of tools are emerging including the need for more scalability to support increasing demands, and more resilience of the overall solution to detect and avoid third-party code problems, that can causes failure of all the system. In this paper we present the new architecture of Agilium BPM tool that benefits of self-managed distributed architecture provided by Cohorte framework. We discuss the issues of the old architecture and the benefits and results of the introduced autonomic architecture.

DOI: 10.1109/ICAC.2015.25

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@article{Debbabi2015SelfManagedCS, title={Self-Managed Component-Based Software Architecture for Business Process Management}, author={Bassem Debbabi and Thomas Calmant and Olivier Gattaz and Sandra Massonnat and Patrick Emin}, journal={2015 IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing}, year={2015}, pages={145-146} }