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DEVELOPMENT OF GOVERNMENT IT SERVICES PLANNING USING TOGAF ADM AND IMPLEMENTATION USING SOA-BPM WITH BPMN 2.0


R. A. E. Virgana, M. Sukrisno
Abstract

Development of government IT integrated enterprise architecture models of public services using enterprise architecture framework TOGAF ADM, is expected to formulate development of enterprise architecture / IT fully integrated services include public information, applications and infrastructure, with SOA-BPM approach. Once the architecture / IT integrated public services with TOGAF ADM successfully completed then implementation approach using SOA-BPM, to connect the various stakeholders in integrated public services to do web development and web service identity card payment service. The main system integrated public services applications developed using Oracle SOA-BPM BPMS version 11gR1 with BPMN 2.0 tools, all matters relating to the integrated system of roles (the roles in the system), user interfaces, business rules engine, a variety of conditions gateways, file components adapters and so forth, the application is compiled using Oracle JDeveloper, uploaded (deployment) to the SOA-BPM Oracle Weblogic Server. Finally collaboration and synergy, Development of Government IT Services Planning using TOGAF ADM and implementation using SOA-BPM with BPMN 2.0 can be realized.

Volume 11 | 05-Special Issue

Pages: 439-450