[erlang-questions] Workflow Execution Engine and DSL documentation

Suraj Kumar suraj.kumar@REDACTED
Thu Mar 13 04:15:55 CET 2014


I'm on the lookout for a solid workflow execution engine. The idea is to
make that engine consume data from our CouchDB database and maintain
computed workflow states back in the same highly available data store.

The current contender is JBPM. JBPM makes people feel very secure
("Enterprise-grade solution", XML and BPMN and BPEL and what not :) ). But
really, it is because there are many tools to make development, testing and
monitoring of workflows easy.

A native erlang solution, like WEE, could be of help:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/weeworkflow/ But I'm afraid, it will still
be more effort to setup WEE for the purpose of:

   - Modeling many workflows easily
   - Validating defined workflows
   - monitor state of execution of all workflows across all entities

Any suggestions or pointers to how to pull this off?

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