BPEL seminar planned for three U.S. cities

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A two-hour seminar on the Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) is planned for three U.S. cities next week.

BPEL is an XML-based language created by IBM and Microsoft that is designed to enable task-sharing for distributed computing and grid computing environments.

The BPEL breakfast events will be hosted by Collaxa Inc., a Redwood Shores, Calif.-based maker of Web services orchestration software. Sessions are planned for Sept. 30 in Boston, Oct. 1 in New York and Oct. 3 in Burlingame, Calif.

The seminars feature industry experts who will demonstrate BPEL applications and how this standard enables faster, better and cheaper business integration, Collaxa said. The seminar relays practical BPEL expertise to an audience of enterprise developers and architects, IT project managers and executives involved in implementing business process management, workflow automation, cross-application integration and business-to-business transactions.

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