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Conceptual-Physical Bridging - From BPMN Models to Physical Implementations on Kettle

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Conceptual-Physical Bridging - From BPMN Models to Physical Implementations on Kettle
Developing and implementing data-oriented workflows for data migration processes are complex tasks involving several problems related to the integration of data coming from different schemas. Usually, they involve very specific requirements - every process is almost unique. Having a way to their representation will help us to better understand and validate them with business users, which is a crucial step for requirements validation. In this demo we present an approach that provides a way to enrich incrementally conceptual models in order to support an automatic way for producing their correspondent physical implementation. In this demo we will show how B2K (Business to Kettle) system works transforming BPMN 2.0 conceptual models into Kettle data-integration executable processes, approaching the most relevant aspects related to model design and enrichment, model to system transformation, and system execution.
Bruno Oliveira, Vasco Santos, Claudia Gomes, Ricar
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where BPM
Authors Bruno Oliveira, Vasco Santos, Claudia Gomes, Ricardo Marques, Orlando Belo
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