bpmNEXT 2017 (part5)

Last half day of bpmNEXT is starting. Today I will up as the second presenter of the day, doing my demo on our case modeler and continuous task optimization.Making business processes dance to the user’s tunePaul Holmes Higgin – Flowable ProjectPaul int…

bpmNEXT 2017 (part 4)

Through a lens Starkly: transforming data into business informationE. Scott Menter – BPLogixBPLogix is virtualizing data (possibly coming from a lot of different data sources) and aggregating it to get visibility in what is going on for business users….

bpmNEXT 2017 (part 3)

Starting the second day at bpmNEXT, where Edson is kicking off (with Bruce) on the DMN execution engine we’ve been working on on the Drools project.An executable DMN solution for business usersBruce Silver – methodandstyle.com, Edson Tirelli – Red HatB…

bpmNEXT 2017 (part 2)

This afternoon the demos are starting, where the conference is again using the Ignite format: every presenter first has a 5-minute presentation (15s per slide) followed by 20min of live demo.  This format is used to force presenters to focus on th…

bpmNEXT 2017 (part 1)

Back at Santa Barbara this year to attend the bpmNEXT conference, where I will be speaking on Thursday.  But before that will happen, we have a full 3 days of presentations and (even more important) demos from a lot of different vendors and expert…

Webinar (Dec 17): Building responsive and flexible applications with BPM

Tomorrow I’ll be doing a live webinar on some of the latest features related to building adaptie and flexible processes, case management and process-driven applications. A large part will be a live demo showing an example is this area from authoring to execution. It’s not too late to register, but it will also be recorded so if you register you can watch later as well !

Red Hat JBoss webinar

Building responsive and flexible applications with BPM

Developers are facing ever increasing demands for new and updated business applications.  Development approaches like Agile and DevOps can help, but they’re even more powerful when combined with a new generation of low code development platforms.

Join this webinar to hear from Red Hat engineering leaders how to incorporate business process and rules technology into the software development life cycle to reduce development time and improve application flexibility.

We will demonstrate the new release of Red Hat® JBoss® BPM Suite, and show you how to:

  • Quickly create and test a new business process management (BPM) application.
  • Utilize the latest features for creating ad-hoc and case management style applications.
  • Deploy new applications to the cloud with the new realtime decision service for OpenShift.
Prakash Aradhya, product management director, Red Hat
Kris Verlaenen, principal software engineer, Red Hat
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