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Welcome to the WSO2 Business Process Server (BPS) 3.5.0 documentation! WSO2 Business Process Server is an  enterprise-grade , lean , 100% open source and  cloud-enabled middleware product complete with features for efficient business process management, in order to increase productivity, re-energizing businesses and make them more competitive. The WSO2 Business Process Server enables developers to easily deploy business processes written using the WS-BPEL standard, and also serves as the business process management and hosting environment for your SOA. Powered by the Apache Orchestration Director Engine (ODE) BPEL engine, the WSO2 Business Process Server comes with a complete web-based graphical management console, enabling users to easily deploy, manage and view processes.

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About BPS

The topics in this section introduce you to WSO2 Business Process Server, including its features, and architecture..


Getting Started

Provides instructions for downloading and installing WSO2 BPS and accessing its features.


Admin Guide

Explores the features and functionality of the WSO2 Business Process Server, its configurations, solution development, testing, debugging, and deployment.


About WSO2 Carbon

The topics in this section introduce you to Carbon, including the business cases it solves, its features, and architecture.


Getting Started

Provides instructions for downloading and installing WSO2 Carbon and accessing its features.

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