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Making Business Flow ™


Enterprise Process Modeling & Management for Proven Business Interoperability
Recently an important Telecommunications company chose riverESB to create and automate several business processes across the organization, making possible to integrate several OSS and BSS systems to support the day by day operations on a single mission critical backbone system,coupling them all together for its whole telecommunications inventory, throughout the country.
riverESB build from ground zero as an Enterprise Service Bus has the best of SOA, having into consideration how big paid and open source ESB work. Cutting off all the cumbersome aspects from paid and open ESB, has all the best practices gained by experts in the Banking, Automotive and Telecommunicationindustries with more than 7 years of experience on each, in the area of new technologies and architecture.

Case Study
Country / Region: Colombia / Latinamerica Industry: Telecommunications Customer Profile: As one of the leading Telecommunications Companies in Colombia and the world itself, TT is responsible for providing cutting edge technology in telephony, broad band internet connections,subscribed TV, and a wide range of telecommunication services for the enterprise. Current Situation: As one of the oldest Telecommunications companies in the country, acquired by one of the largest Telephony companies in the world in 2005, bringing new technologies to the scene, put in evidence a wide range of diverse business systems to support the day by day operations completely uncoupled, fromBSS and OSS systems, started the process to connect those diverse systems together (diverse in architecture, operative systems, programming languages, database technologies, and business specific).

riverESB provides not only external APIs to support business integration, but also internal APIs, to give agility and flexibility not only with respect to the integration capabilities at theendpoints, but also to the functionality of applications executing across the fabric environment. Today's ESB solutions are increasingly focused on interoperability, and despite their differences in architecture and design philosophy, this principle of interoperability applies to riverESB. With riverESB SDK, a full fledged J2EE compliant development kit, developers can benefit from creating new businesscomponents, called plug-ins, that can target any legacy system in order to integrate in a chain of events that occur in a thread of execution of a business process. Unlike ServiceMix or Mule, the main focus at riverESB is on transactions, where every plug-in must implement rollback when required by the master process, having the chance to store transaction metadata within a persistent transactionhistory, being able to rebuild a whole execution history process and act accordingly to the business need. Unlike the already mentioned ESB, riverESB plug-ins might contain steps, configurable via riverSpring, enforcing more granularity and control over actions and transactions within a plug-in component, since we understand that a single business process might target several dissimilar systems ata time to preserve integrity of the transaction.

Solution Goals Integrate several inventory systems like Granite™ and SAGRE™, several OSS systems, with several BSS systems like CRM, BPM, ODS, among others, being of great importance to the main core TT businesses of assembling new land lines, broad band internet connections, enterprise PBX lines and high speed internet, etc., defined besides:ú

Complete Business Process Modeling and Management starting from the customer request till the automatic activation and deactivation of services to customers. Full integration with real-time systems at telephony centrals with wide range of technologies like AXE, NEC, Alcatel, CISCO, Huawei, etc. Business and Engineering processes modeled and managed together in transactional operations...
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