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Talk by Mauricio Salatino and Esteban Aliverti presented at the JBUG London Event on the 12th of December 2012.

Talk by Mauricio Salatino and Esteban Aliverti presented at the JBUG London Event on the 12th of December 2012.

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    jBPM5 - The Evolution of BPM Systems jBPM5 - The Evolution of BPM Systems Presentation Transcript

    • The evolution of the BPM Systems
    • Agenda● Intro to jBPM● jBPM5 Developer Guide ○ Chapters 1-7● Evolution ○ Rules - Chapter 9 ○ Events - Chapter 10 ○ Contexts - Chapter 11● Future - jBPM/Drools 6 ○ jBPM Console NG ○ CDI
    • jBPM● (Flexible) Business Process Engine● BPM System● Tooling● Community
    • jBPM5 Developer GuideChapter 1 - Theoretical Background● What is a Business Process?● What is BPM? ○ Stages
    • Business Process● Describes Systems and Humans Interactions● Formalize how the work is being done● Allows us to recognize potential problems● and they look like...
    • Business Process
    • Business Process Management
    • jBPM5 Developer GuideChapter 2 - BPM Systems (Structure)● Allows us to execute and automate our Business Processes● Business Processes will guide the company activities● There are so many advantages...
    • jBPM5 Developer GuideChapter 2 - BPM Systems (Structure)● Advantages ○ Performance Metrics ○ Recognize and deal with business exceptions ○ Business Agility ○ Improve your decision making data streams ○ Get an instant snapshot about the company work load ○ Quickly adapt your business processes to reflect changes in your business
    • BPM System Structure
    • jBPM5 Developer GuideChapter 3 - BPMN 2.0● Standard Specification (de-facto standard)● Defines the Notation● Defines the Execution Semantic● Allows interoperability between BPMS
    • jBPM5 Developer GuideChapter 4 - Knowing Your Toolbox● Infrastructure: ○ Guvnor● Design: ○ Eclipse Plugin (deprecated) ○ Web Process Editor ("official") ○ Eclipse BPMN2.0 Editor● Runtime: ○ jBPM5 GWT Process Server ○ jBPM5 GWT Console
    • jBPM5 Developer GuideChapter 5 - Modeling Tools● Web Process Designer: ○ Integrated with Guvnor BRMS ○ Standard BPMN2.0 + jBPM5 extensions ○ Process Definition Validation ○ Domain Specific Tasks ○ Integration with Service Repository
    • jBPM5 Developer GuideChapter 6 - Domain Specific Processes● Attach Domain Specific Constructs to your BPs● Create connectors to interact with your existing (legacy) systems● Clear separation between definition and implementation.● Different implementations for different environments
    • jBPM5 Developer GuideChapter 7 - Human Interactions● Optimize your working force● Gather right the information for the right people● Optimize how the tasks are being performed● Obtain a realistic metric about how the work is being done inside your organization
    • Tasks List
    • Task Form
    • Task Form
    • jBPM5 Developer GuideChapter 8 - Persistence & Transactions● Dealing with Long Running Processes and System Integrations requires a deep understand about these topics● Drools and jBPM share the same mechanisms for Persistence and Transactions
    • Drools & jBPM
    • Persistence● Based on JPA● Every time that a process reach a safe point it is persisted until an external interaction is completed● All the data associated with the process is stored as well
    • Transactions● Based on JTA● Most of the time business processes are about System Integrations ○ If our processes are interacting with transactional resources a 2 phase commit strategy can be used to guarantee coherence inside the same transaction
    • jBPM EvolutionChapter 9 - Smart Processes using Rules● The Drools Rule Engine● How our processes can benefit from the power of a Rule Engine?● What kind of things we will be able to do?● Whats the difference between jBPM5 and jBPM3/jBPM4 and other BPMS?● Simplify our business processes to express more accurately how the business works
    • jBPM EvolutionChapter 10 - Reactive Processes using Drools Fusion● Temporal Reasoning● We will be able to co-relate and identify time sensitive situations● A whole new world of possibilities
    • jBPM EvolutionChapter 11 - Architectural & Integration Tips● The integration with the Rule Engine give us a richer context to work on● The stateful nature of this context will allows us to build smarter applications that keeps track of multiple business process execution● Different architectures can be built using these concepts
    • Future - Drools/jBPM 6● Tooling ○ UberFire (GWT+ERRAI) Workbench ■ http://droolsjbpm.github.com/uberfire/ ○ jBPM Console NG ○ Guvnor NG● CDI (JSR-299) integration
    • Release Process + Rules
    • Demo
    • Demo - Rules Monitor with Rules
    • Demo - Rules We cannot have two Release Processes Using the same Release Path and release files at the same time
    • Demo - Rules Create Ad-Hoc Task if Trigger Test takes too much time
    • Join the Community● jbpm.org ○ IRC: irc.freenode.net #jbpm ○ Forum: https://community.jboss.org/en/jbpm?view=discussions● Blogs: ○ http://blog.athico.com ○ http://salaboy.com ○ http://ilesteban.wordpress.com● JBugs/JUGs