It has been a part of the learning path for many beginners to the JBoss BPM space, including an integral role in the long running free online BPM workshop that I have shared around the world at Red Hat Summit, JUGs, meetups and JBUG conferences.
With my focus shifting last year to a more Cloud centric application development story I have taken this example project and enabled it for most OpenShift Cloud installation, fully containerizing the example in the easy to use demo format I always provide.
Instead of letting this project deteriorate in the annals of history, I took the project and updated it with the following:
- Updated to use JBoss BPM Suite 6.4.0
- Updated to use JBoss EAP 7.0.0
- Installs locally on your machine
- Installs containerized
- Installs to any OpenShift installation
To achieve all this I forked the original project and updated the Cloud based project over on Red Hat Demo Central. To install locally or in a container on your own container platform, you use the forked project I will keep on my own Github:
The second project can be found on Red Hat Demo Central and hosts the install to any OpenShift installation, but we suggest you use the OpenShift Container Platform Install Demo:
Enjoy and keep an eye on this site for more updates soon.