WFESelector - A tool for comparing and selecting workflow engines

TitreWFESelector - A tool for comparing and selecting workflow engines
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2007
AuthorsBaina, K
EditorCardoso, J, Cordoso, J, Filipe, J
Conference NameICEIS 2007: PROCEEDINGS OF THE NINTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SYSTEMS: DATABASES AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS INTEGRATION
PublisherINSTICC; Univ Maderia; FCT; ACM SIGMIS; Assoc Advancement Artificial Intelligence
ISBN Number978-972-8865-88-7
Abstract

The task of selecting a workflow engine becomes more and more complex and risky. For this reason, organisations require a broad, and a clear vision of which workflow engines are, and will continue to be, suitable for changing requirements. This paper presents a workflow engines comparison model to analyse, compare, and select business process management modelling and enactment engines (Workflow Engines or WFEs) according to user specific requirements. After the description of the underlying model itself, we present the implementation of this workflow engines comparison model through our multi-criteria workflow engines comparison and selection prototype WFESelector. The later proposes two scenarios for selecting relevant WFE : either to express dynamically multi-criteria query upon a WFE evaluation database, or to browse the whole WFE classification through a reporting aggregation based dashboard. WFESelector is subsequently experimented to assess criteria satisfaction on a very large number of open source workflow engines (as numerous as 35).

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