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Test Driving the JBoss BPM Cloud-Enabled Process Designer

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Test Driving the JBoss BPM Cloud-Enabled Process Designer

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 With the release of the Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite we have something kinda fun for you setup to preview some of the components found in the product itself.

Together with the project team, Maciej and Tihomir that work on this fantastic component, we have set up a repeatable standalone demo installation of the BPMN2 process designer.

It is fully functional and you can design you processes in the Cloud setup based on OpenShift Origin.

The setup instructions can be found on github.com:

Cloudy designer login
It is very easy to get this project setup, just follow the instruction and in minutes you will be designing your business process in the Cloud!

Running on OpenShift

Create an account at  http://openshift.redhat.com/
Create a JBoss EAP application
rhc app create -t jbossas-7 --from-code git://github.com/eschabell/openshift-bpm-process-designer.git designer
That's it, you can now checkout your application at:
http://designer-$your_domain.rhcloud.com     
Just follow the link provided to the designer login:
http://designer-$your_domain.rhcloud.com/designer

Login credentials

       user: erics

   password: erics

Cloudy JBoss BPM Process Designer
Test drive this install right now on  http://designer-inthe.rhcloud.com.

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