Everyone loves to beat up Gartner for their BPM conference content – here's your chance to make suggestions on what you'd like to see there, directly to the conference chair. If you don't speak up, I don't want to hear you complaining later. 🙂
Ali Mukadam from Oracle: the second of two parts on BPMN, BPEL and Pi Calculus. His conclusion: "whether your BPMS of choice uses XPDL or BPEL is irrelevant as both can be mapped to Petrinets and can support the [standard workflow] patterns". Oracle, with the acquisition of BEA, have a foot in each of the BPEL and XPDL camps.