Comparison of Two Model Driven Architecture Approaches for Automating Business Processes, Moskitt Framework and Bizagi Process Management Suite

Oskeol Gjoni

Abstract


The Model Driven Architecture (MDA) approach to develop information systems is a model-oriented approach since it focusses on the business logic (the “what”) rather than on the specific implementation technology (the “how”). Models are the authentic protagonist of information systems development. They represent the information system developed while the implementation in a certain technology is obtained through model transformation. The business process that will be automated in both frameworks is the user access management flow that employees follow in order to gain access into systems. The same business process will be modeled in two different formalisms, UML and BPMN, as per the capabilities supported from each framework. Starting from the model the automation steps in order to have an information system which can be executed and which automates the respective process will be clarified. A comparison study in each step of the process automation for both frameworks is presented. The advantages and disadvantages of each of the approaches will be considered and also evidence which approach is more suitable in specific cases.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n2p615


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