This year at Red Hat Summit we had a lot of fun with JBoss BRMS & JBoss BPM Suite talks.
There were also several community sessions around DevNation which highlighted the projects that make our products possible.
You can find the overview of this talk on their blog with content presented there.
The biggest bump we hit was that our jBPM project lead was unable to make the trip due to some technical difficulties.
This left two slots open that needed filling by the staff and project members already at Red Hat Summit.
I got slotted into a talk on JBoss BPM integration and Alex Porcelli took over the talk on process driven application development.
Below you will find the content available today for these sessions along with outlines of the topics covered.
Enabling business users to update their applications and processes is an integral part of business automation. Doing so requires rich client web technology and a powerful workbench to customize and extend business rules management (BRM) and business process management (BPM) solutions.
Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite is a flexible and powerful BPM platform, offering business process modeling, execution, and monitoring capabilities for numerous use cases. It can be used in different environments, and, as a result, the platform can be integrated in multiple architectures and configured in detail. The platform can be customized to provide customer-specific enhancements.
In this session, you will:
- View a live process-driven application demo.
- Discover the top technical things you need to know about the latest version of JBoss BPM Suite.
- Get answers to some of the most asked questions.
- Learn the truth about BPM myths.
- Find out what’s next for JBoss BPM Suite.
The session was recorded and available online:
The second session was given by me:
All across the Internet you will find references to solutions, offerings, and products that try to align with business process management (BPM) solutions.
|Talking JBoss BPM at Summit!|
Whether you’re a Business Analyst or in IT strategy, this session will illustrate how easy it is to model and automate business processes with modern BPM tools in the travel industry.
If you are talking to an airline, a baggage handler, a bookings agency or anyone in between, they all have one thing in common. They are dealing with complex business processes that often need to combine rules, events, resource planning, and processes.
You’ll take a deep look into several sample integration solutions for this industry, simulating a travel agency booking system with:
- Service integration
- Multiple tasks
- Complex BPM elements and
- Rule-based fraud detection for payment processing
- Disparate data source integration
- Microservice migration and integration with BPM
You will leave with an advanced overview of the capabilities of the Red Hat® JBoss® BPM Suite.
Slides are available here:
A Guide to Modern BPM Integration from Eric D. Schabell
See you again next year in San Francisco in 2016!