Parasoft releases new BPEL software

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Parasoft Inc. released this week the Parasoft BPEL Maestro 1.5, software the helps enterprises develop, manage and orchestrate Web service business processes. It includes a BPEL engine and development toolkit that adheres to the BPEL specification.

Web service business processes can be created or changed via a new GUI, Parasoft said.

Features include asynchronous messaging via both JMS and SOAP/HTTP with WS-Addressing; process persistence through a standard RDBMS; scalability through automatic dehydration of process instances into persistent storage; transactional integrity through both a short-term atomic transactional model and a long-running compensation-based model; application level correlation of messages in extended, stateful conversations; full-featured toolkit in the Eclipse development environment for developing, debugging, and managing BPEL processes.

BPEL Maestro is available for Linux, Windows XP/2000 and Solaris.

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