Experts decipher real impact of BPEL4WS spec

When IBM Corp. and Microsoft Corp. recently came together on another Web services specification, Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (BPEL4WS), not to mention its sister specs WS-Transaction and WS-Coordination, some were pleased that the industry giants signed another truce, but others were left wondering about BPEL4WS's significance. SearchWebServices.com asked research director Kimberly Knickle of AMR Research and Steve Brown, the CTO of Metastorm, a Severna Park, Md.-based business process tool kit maker, to explain how Web services can impact business processes, and why BPEL4WS may be significant to Web services developers.

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