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Camunda Forks Alfresco Activiti

by Charles Humble on  Mar 21, 2013 1

Camunda, a Berlin-based software and consulting company specializing in BPM, has announced that they are forking Alfresco Activiti to launch a new product called camunda BPM. The new product replaces camunda fox, the firm's previous Activiti-based BPM offering.

Tom Baeyens, creator of jBPM and Alfresco Activiti, Starts New Venture to Bring BPM to the Cloud

by Charles Humble on  Mar 13, 2013

Tom Baeyens, the original creator of JBoss jBPM (acquired by Red Hat) and Activiti (acquired by Alfresco), has announced Effektif, a new cloud-based Business Process Management (BPM) tool for process automation. The new venture is being developed in partnership with Signavio. InfoQ spoke to Baeyens and co-CEO of Signavio Decker to find out more.

Red Hat's jBPM5 Brings a New API, New Tooling and Support for BPMN 2.0

by Charles Humble on  Mar 02, 2011 5

Red Hat's JBoss division recently announced the latest release of their Business Process Management System jBPM 5.0. It includes a completely revamped API, and adds a number of key features including support for the BPMN 2.0 specification, Eclipse tooling for developers, and web-based tooling for business users. InfoQ spoke to Kris Verlaenen, jBPM project lead, to find out more about the release.

Model-Driven Development: Where are the Successes?

by Jean-Jacques Dubray on  Sep 21, 2010 22

Jon Whittle presented last week at the SPLC 2010 keynote, some findings on experiences from using model-based development. He reported that 83% of respondents to his survey "consider MDE a good thing". Yet, the industry is still looking for how to create successful Model-Driven approaches.

Will Business Adopt BPMN 2.0?

by Boris Lublinsky on  Sep 15, 2010 4

With BPMN 2.0 starting to get traction in the IT community and the new “native” BPMN execution engines, the question still remains if BPMN 2.0 is going to be widely adopted by the business community.

Using BPM And SOA To Maximum Business Value

by Dilip Krishnan on  Jun 25, 2009

Industry analyst Neil Ward-Dutton, writes that the combination of Business Process Management (BPM) and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is seen as technically complementary. There are different views on how the two concepts play together, however, the author maintains that there is enough synergy between them to increase business value.

Interview: Miko Matsumura on AlignSpace

by Jean-Jacques Dubray on  Apr 21, 2009

In this interview, Miki Matsumura, Deputy CTO of Software AG, introduces a new collaborative platform for business process practitioners: AlignSpace. He explains that middleware is just one part of the equation when it comes to integration projects, he sees a lot of value coming from enabling people to collaborate more efficiently.

BPEL: Who Needs It Anyway?

by Boris Lublinsky on  Jan 31, 2009 11

A new article by Keith Swenson follows InfoQ’s article “Why BPEL is not the holy grail for BPM” to show BPEL’s limitations and the ways they can be overcome by direct BPMN execution.

JBoss jBPM 4 First Release Supports BPMN Graphical Designer and Process Virtual Machine

by Srini Penchikala on  Jan 28, 2009 2

The first release of JBoss Business Process Management (BPM) engine jBPM 4 supports an Eclipse based BPMN graphical designer. jBPM development team recently announced the release of jBPM 4.0.0.Alpha1 version. This release also leverages the new Process Virtual Machine which supports multiple process languages and execution modes.

BPM Is Not Software Engineering

by Boris Lublinsky on  Jan 24, 2009 24

In his new article at BPM.com, Keith Swenson discusses the relationships between BPM and software engineering. He points out significant differences between the two and cautions against blindly using software engineering approaches for BPM design/implementation.

IBM's BPM Zero Project: RESTful Worflow Management

by Jean-Jacques Dubray on  Dec 29, 2008 8

Christina Lau introduces IBM’s vision for BPM-as-a-Service: a light-weight BPMN based scripting engine for RESTful services. This vision is well in line with products currently on the market. The product is incubated at Project Zero and will eventually be deployed with WebSphere sMash.

BPMN 2.0 Virtual Roundtable Interview

by Mark Little on  Dec 25, 2008

In another one of our online roundtable interviews, we talk with some of the people behind the latest version of the BPMN standard that is progressing through the OMG. We talk with them about BPMN 2.0 as well as XPDL and BPEL4People.

Article: Why BPEL is not the Holy Grail for BPM

by Gavin Terrill on  Oct 22, 2008 29

In this article, Pierre Vigneras of open source workflow engine Bonita fame, discusses the pitfalls of using the BPEL for designing workflows.

Nova Bonita - Bonita 4.0 Released.

by Gavin Terrill on  Oct 06, 2008 2

Open source BPM provider Bonita have released version 4.0 of their flagship BPM product, after two years of development. The release includes major updates to the BPM console and designer. InfoQ spoke to Bonita about the release, and the state of the BPM market.

Oracle Unveils ts SOA Product Strategy

by Boris Lublinsky on  Aug 12, 2008

After the Oracle acquisition of BEA it was not clear how Oracle was going to integrate often competing SOA products in its and BEA’s portfolio. In his presentation last month David Shaffer, VP Product Managemen for, Oracle Integration, described the Oracle-BEA product Strategy and Roadmap for SOA, BPM, Governance and Events.

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