I just wanted to let you all know, that we ( Jürgen and myself ) have updated the build procedure for the Red Hat JBoss BPM-Suite and Fuse ServiceWorks Docker environment. By introducing a „management“ script, the creation, start, stop and removal of images is now even simpler then before. Thanks to Jürgen for this … Weiterlesen Update on BPM-Suite & Fuse ServiceWorks Demo Environment
PaaS came from the desire of developers to be provided with a pre-defined service layer that may consist of multiple tiers (Application Server, Database, Messaging Systems, etc.) and sits upon a platform that is provisioned using an automated IaaS platform like OpenStack. OpenShift Online provides you a free service where you can try a PaaS platform. … Weiterlesen Continuous Delivery using PaaS
Ever wondered how one builds Docker images? I did! That’s why I started porting my little Red Hat JBoss BPM & Red Hat JBoss Fuse Service Works demo away from traditional virtualisation to Docker. If you want to follow what I’ve done, here is the link to my Github repo: https://github.com/PatrickSteiner/BPM_FSW_Docker As usual I didn’t … Weiterlesen Building Docker Images
This article is the start of a series on getting to know Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite V6. The intention is to start small with a simple scenario and then grow more and more complex. Some might wonder about the title … why from Zero to Sidekick? Well, I’m a believer in not being able … Weiterlesen From Zero to Sidekick – Introduction into Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite V6
Reviewing recent discussions at customers and after reading the book http://www.amazon.com/The-Phoenix-Project-Helping-Business/dp/0988262592 I am wondering if we are simply using the wrong values to certify our organizations success. If you take a look at IT Operations, you see that they find themselves as being successful, when they provide the most stable infrastructure possible. With that, you have very … Weiterlesen Is our value model simply wrong?