It all started with a session submission to JBoss World 2011, that got bumped to the JUDCon 2011 committee for evaluation and today we got the response:
"The session topic 'jBPM migration tooling - no one is left behind' has been accepted for JUDCon 2011 in Boston."
Registered and ready to go, watch for JUDCon 2011 conference updates and see you there!
jBPM migration tooling - no one is left behind
This session will outline the status of our jBPM migration tooling project (as found in the projects repository jBPM SVN). We will take a look at the background of jBPM 3 process projects and how we plan to help you migrate to jBPM5.
We will start by providing you with a plan for positioning your existing Enterprise jBPM projects for the eventual move towards jBPM5. This will cover the architectural layers involved, a look at the tooling being created for this and steps you can take to ensure a smooth transition moving into your jBPM future.
Finally we will demo the existing tooling on an actual existing enterprise jBPM project. This will provide you with a real life scenario to take home as an example for your own BPM projects.
Update: agenda is online now.