This article discusses my talk at JPoint in Moscow about: “Microservices, Containers, Docker and a Cloud-Native Architecture in the Middleware World”.
An intelligent business process (iBPM, iBPMS) combines big data, analytics and business process management (BPM) – including case management! This post implements a use case using big data / fast data analytics with TIBCO ActiveMatrix BPM, BusinessWorks, StreamBase, Spotfire and Tibbr.
I had a talk at ECSA 2014 in Vienna: The Next-Generation BPM for a Big Data World: Intelligent Business Process Management Suites (iBPMS), sometimes also abbreviated iBPM. I want to share the slides with you. The slides include an example how to implement iBPMS easily with the TIBCO middleware stack: TIBCO AMX BPM + BusinessWorks + StreamBase + Tibbr.
Slides from OOP 2014 Online: Next-Generation BPM – How to create intelligent Business Processes thanks to Big Data. Content: Business processes are often executed without access to relevant data because technical challenges occur when trying to integrate big masses of data from different sources into the BPM engine. Companies miss a huge opportunity here! This session shows how to achieve intelligent business processes to improve performance and outcomes by integrating big data – just with open source tooling.
I had a talk at EAM / BPM conference in London about “How to create intelligent Business Processes thanks to Big Data”. I just want to share the slides with you.
I had a very interesting talk at OOP 2013 in Germany. OOP is a great conference for software architects and decision makers. The topic of my talk was “Spoilt for Choice: How to Choose the Right Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)”. Hereby, I want to share the slides with you…
I have spotted a really great article about comparing prices of open source and proprietary products: “What is the TCO difference between WebSphere and JBoss?”. The interesting aspect is, that this article is written by an IBM-biased company (Prolifics). Usually, only open source vendors write such comparisons. I really like this article, seriously! It is good to see comparisons not only by open source vendors, but also by vendors such as IBM (in this case, Prolifics cannot be considered unbiased, it is an IBM consulting company – but that is fine). I just want to give my two cents to this article in the following…
The article illustrates some rules how to do BPM correctly. These rules are very important for success of a BPM project. If you do not consider them, your next BPM project may fail too… Please leave feedback, if you have any other opinions or experiences.