I was completely filled with booth activities, breakfast meetings, a meet the author event, giving three labs, evening meet ups and a last minute session due to missing speakers.
As mentioned, it was some week filled with conversations around JBoss BPM Suite and JBoss BRMS.
Thanks to all who stopped by the booth, joined a lab, attended my session or just stopped me in the halls for a chat. You were all so nice and fun to catch up with, but too numerous to single out here.
A lab co-hosted with Christina Lin around building JBoss BPM Travel Agency with JBoss Fuse microservices was a big hit (completely sold out!) with a line out the door and around the corner waiting to get in. Thanks all who came to experience our work, it was fun to see you building hands-on projects!
With some issues getting our speakers to the venue due to passport issues, I got slotted into a talk on JBoss BPM integration.
A Guide to Modern BPM IntegrationAll across the Internet you will find references to solutions, offerings, and products that try to align with business process management (BPM) solutions.
Whether you’re a Business Analyst or in IT strategy, this session will illustrate how easy it is to model and automate business processes with modern BPM tools in the travel industry.
If you are talking to an airline, a baggage handler, a bookings agency or anyone in between, they all have one thing in common. They are dealing with complex business processes that often need to combine rules, events, resource planning, and processes.
You’ll take a deep look into several sample integration solutions for this industry, simulating a travel agency booking system with:
- Service integration
- Multiple tasks
- Complex BPM elements and
- Rule-based fraud detection for payment processing
- Disparate data source integration
- Microservice migration and integration with BPM
As promised the slides are available here: