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Akronym Description
AIIM
Association for Information and Image Management, since 1943
International authority on Enterprise Content Management (ECM), the tools and technologies that capture, manage, store, preserve, and deliver content in support of business processes.
ASAP
Asynchronous Service Access Protocol a simple extension of Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) that enables generic asynchronous webservices or long-running webservices. Extension of AWSP by OASIS.
AWSP
Asynchronous Web Services Protocol a simple extension of Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) that enables asynchronous webservices. By Jeffrey Ricker and Keith Swenson.
BPDMBusiness Process Definition Metamodel, by OMG
BPEL / BPEL4WSBusiness Process Execution Language for Web Services, IBM, Microsoft, SAP, BEA,…
XML-based language for standardizing business processes in a distributed or grid computing environment that enables separate businesses to interconnect their applications and share data. Designed as a combination of IBM’s WebServices Flow Language and Microsoft’s XLANG
BPMBusiness Process Management
BPMI
Business Process Management Initiation, founded 1999. Merged with OMG in Juni 2005.
BPMLBusiness Process Management Language, defined by BPMI, 2001
BPMNBusiness Process Management Notation a graphical notation for expressing business processes. Defined by OMG/BPMI, might be included into the UML standard extending the activity diagram in future releases.
BPMSBusiness Process Management System
BPSSBusiness Process Specification Schema, by OASIS, based on ebXML.
ebXMLElectronic Business using eXtensible Markup Language, is a modular suite of specifications that enables enterprises of any size and in any geographical location to conduct business over the Internet. Hosted by OASIS.
ECMEnterprise Content Management (see AIIM)
ESBEnterprise Service Bus
MDAModel Driven Architecture, by OMG. A layered modelling approach to separate business process, application and technical aspects. The different layers are CIM (Computation Independent Model), PIM (Platform Independent Model), PSM (Platform Specific Model).
OASISOrganization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards, since 1993 is a not-for-profit, international consortium that drives the development, convergence, and adoption of e-business standards (in the area of Web Services). U.a. SGML, XML, UDDI, WSS …
OMGObject Management Group, founded 1997
not-for-profit consortium that produces and maintains computer industry specifications for interoperable enterprise applications. U.a. MDA, UML, OMA, CORBA, …
OWLWeb Ontoloty Language, defined by W3C
RDFResource Description Framework, defined by W3C
SOA Service Oriented Architecture, In an SOA, resources are made available to other participants in the network as independent services that are accessed in a standardized way. This provides for more flexible loose coupling of resources than in traditional systems architectures.
SOAP SOAP - Simple Object Access Protocol or Service Oriented Architecture Protocol but with the latest publications there is no official translation for the acronym any more, defined by XML Protocol WG of W3C: XML-Based lightweight protocol for exchange of information in a decentralized, distributed environment.
UBL Universal Business Language, defining a generic XML interchange format for business documents to support a typical order-to-invoice procurement cycle. Defined by OASIS.
UBL SBSUniversal Business Language Small Business Subset, defining a minimal needed subset of UBL to perform business. Can be used as a ligth version for applications to be supported. Defined by OASIS.
UDDIUniversal Description Discovery and Integration, defined by OASIS
W3CWorld Wide Web Consortium, founded in October 1994 by Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the Web.
Wf-XMLA protocol on top of ASAP known as Wf-XML (currently in version 2.0) which extends the basic generic service to include some workflow functionality.
Defined by WfMC.
WfMCWorkflow Management Coalition, founded
1993
WMSWorkflow Management System
WPDLWorkflow Process Definition Language out-of-date see XPDL as its successor
WS-BPELWeb Services Business Process Execution Language, defined by OASIS. Is planed to replace BPEL4WS in future.
WS-CPLWeb Services Conversation Preference Language
WSCIWeb Services Choreographiy Interface, XML-based language used to describe the flow of messages exchanged by a Web Service in the context of a process. WSCI describes how WSDL operations are choreographed and which properties these choreographies expose, such as transaction and correlation.
WSDLWeb Services Description Language, defined by W3C:is a general purpose XML language for describing theinterface, protocol bindings and the deployment details ofnetwork services. WSDL complements the UDDI standard byproviding a uniform way of describing the abstract interfaceand protocol bindings of arbitrary network services.
WSFLWeb Services Flow Language, IBM: is an XML language for the description of Web Services compositions as part of a business process definition. It was designed by IBM to be part of the Web Service technology framework and relies and complements existing specifications like SOAP, WSDL, XMLP and UDDI, out-of-date see BPEL as its successor.
WSSWeb Service Security, by OASIS.
XLANGXML-based language for standardizing business processes designed by Microsoft, out-of-date see BPEL as its successor.
XMLeXtensible Markup Language, defined by W3C
XPDLXML Process Definition Language - is intended to be used as a file format for BPMN. Defined by WfMC.
YAWLYet another Workflow Language, an open source workflow language/management system.


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