Haley: An End-to-End, Scalable Web Service Composition Tool
Source: University of Georgia
A major benefit of Service Oriented Architectures (SOAs) is the potential to automatically compose Web services into business processes thereby promoting flexibility and reusability. The Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (WSBPEL) provides a standard way to represent the Web service compositions. However, manually designing BPEL processes is cumbersome and tedious. While visual BPEL editing tools such as the ActiveBPEL editor provide some ease, it quickly becomes impractical as the number of Web services increases.