Eric D. Schabell: KieLive: The ultimate beginners guide to rules and processes (episode 14)

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

KieLive: The ultimate beginners guide to rules and processes (episode 14)

kielive ultimate beginners guide

 I've been invited to join the KieLives series online for episode 14 of live streaming around how to get started with rules and processes on Tuesday, November 10th 2002.

What is KieLives? 

The KIE Live Series is composed of live streamings that bring technical information and updates about business automation delivered by the projects under the KIE umbrella: Drools, jBPM, OptaPlanner, and Kogito.

Problems like process automation, decision automation, resource planning solution are the main topics, and of course, we always have in mind recent technology concepts like cloud-native application target for any type of cloud (private/public/hybrid/edge). You can expect to hear from business automation experts who code or/and deliver business automation within big enterprises across the world.

It's one thing to dive into rules and another to dive into process automation, but what about bringing them both together in a getting started learning path?

Join me and the hosts for an hour session online, free of charge, for a learning tour de force.

The session is about bringing years of content development, coding, demo creation, delivery on production solutions, and publishing to you in a simple learning path as follows:

KieLive: The ultimate beginners guide to rules and processes

There are so many ways and so much content out there to get you started with open source rules and process automation tooling by Red Hat, so where do you start?

How about spending an hour with Eric D. Schabell, taking a tour on where, why and how to get started from installation, hands-on workshops, all the way to cloud-native container-based fun?

We'll share insights and answer any questions you might have on getting started, scaling projects up for real organizations, and more. You'll walk away from this session with a list of content that's enjoyable to work with and can help you get started on projects today.

Date: 10 Nov 2020
Time: 17:00 - 18:00 CET (that's 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern US time zone) 
Where: (live link day of event)

Just join the provided live streaming link during the indicated times, or watch for the link to the recording to be published post-event.

Hope you enjoy the tour!