Eric D. Schabell: Webinar slides: Developing process-enabled applications with BPA and BPM tools

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Webinar slides: Developing process-enabled applications with BPA and BPM tools

Today we hosted a webinar demonstrating how easy it is to get started with JBoss BPM Suite tools together with Signavio business process analysis tools.

This webinar was be co-presented together with Signavio's Steven Lewandowski and walked you through the entire life cycle as you would develop your BPM applications and includes a live demo of the tooling all working together seamlessly.

By registering online you will be given a link to the recording to watch any time you like. Below the abstract and slides from the webinar.

Developing process-enabled applications with BPA and BPM tools

Developing business process-enabled applications can be messy—with numerous stakeholders using separate business process analysis (BPA) and business process management (BPM) tools to create a single application. Join our webinar to see how an integrated solution from Red Hat and Signavio enables all stakeholders to work together seamlessly over the entire development lifecycle.

With Red Hat and Signavio’s combined solution, business analysts can develop process models with Signavio’s business process analysis (BPA) tools and then transfer those models to Red Hat® JBoss® BPM Suite, where developers can complete and deploy the final application.
Join this webinar to learn best practices for building process-enabled applications with Red Hat and Signavio. See a live demo of our mortgage application and learn the techniques needed to use both tools successfully, including:

  • Analyzing processes and building BPM models.
  • Moving models to the execution environment.
  • Preparing transferred models for execution.
  • Looking to Automate your business?
  • Deploying, executing and monitoring business processes.

Date presented: Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Time presented: 11:00 AM ET / 8:00 AM PT
Duration: 60 minutes

The slides available online:

Hope you enjoyed the session and feel free to reach out to me through my contact page or in the comments.