The Open source Business Process Management Platform by<br />FrederikHeremans, Alfresco Software Ltd.<br />
Introduction<br />FrederikHeremans<br />Senior Software Engineer at Alfresco<br /><ul><li>Part of the Activiti team
Before joining Alfresco: J2EE + ECM Consultant
Open-source enthusiast
Based in Belgium</li></li></ul><li>Agenda<br />Alfresco ECM<br />Introduction to Activiti<br />Case Management principles ...
Alfresco ECM<br />‘An open source and open standards Java content platform for building any content-rich application’<br />
Alfresco ECM<br />Document Management<br />Create, capture, share and retain corporate content<br />Records Management<br ...
Activiti BPM<br />Open source BPM-engine (Apache license)<br />Founded by Tom Baeyens and his right-hand JoramBarrez (form...
More than just a library…<br />
Activiti Modeler (browser)<br />
Activiti Designer (Eclipse)<br />
Activiti Cycle<br />
Activiti Explorer<br />
But what about ACM?<br />?<br />
ACM principles in Activiti Explorer<br />Create ‘ad hoc’ tasks, without process<br />Involve people with the task/case<br ...
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Introduction to Alfresco ECM and Activiti, the open source Business Process Management Platform by Alfresco.
Presented at the Amplexor seminar on Case Management, 15 september 2011, Brussels

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  • Quick introduction
  • Open source Open standards (FTP, IMAP, CMIS, CIFS, Sharepoint protocol) Founded by John Newton, John Powell in 2005
  • - Document-centric workflow, that’s where we come in
  • Open source, apache lisence, free to do anything with it Core-team = belgian (+ recent, Tijs joined) BPMN, including tasks, gateways, scripts, events, timers, …
  • Collaboration between developer and business-analyst Adding conversation/versioning and artifacts to business-models
  • task/case management Management of processes and DB Starting and managing processes
  • Based on previous slides, Activiti == BPM So structured, right? More positioned to the right…
  • - BPM + ECM = ?
  • - BPM + ECM = ?
  • Activiti - the Open Source Business Process Management platform by Alfresco

    1. 1. The Open source Business Process Management Platform by<br />FrederikHeremans, Alfresco Software Ltd.<br />
    2. 2. Introduction<br />FrederikHeremans<br />Senior Software Engineer at Alfresco<br /><ul><li>Part of the Activiti team
    3. 3. Before joining Alfresco: J2EE + ECM Consultant
    4. 4. Open-source enthusiast
    5. 5. Based in Belgium</li></li></ul><li>Agenda<br />Alfresco ECM<br />Introduction to Activiti<br />Case Management principles in Activiti<br />Demo<br />
    6. 6. Alfresco ECM<br />‘An open source and open standards Java content platform for building any content-rich application’<br />
    7. 7. Alfresco ECM<br />Document Management<br />Create, capture, share and retain corporate content<br />Records Management<br />Ensure governance, compliance and retention<br />Enterprise Collaboration<br />Create, collaborate, discuss and discover content<br />Web content Management<br />Author, collaborate, approve and publish to the web<br />WORKFLOW<br />
    8. 8. Activiti BPM<br />Open source BPM-engine (Apache license)<br />Founded by Tom Baeyens and his right-hand JoramBarrez (former RedHat/Jboss JBPM-team)<br />Processes are BPMN 2.0<br />OMG standard for modeling (executable)processes<br />Lightweight, embeddable, testable and extensible<br />Active community, many contributions<br />
    9. 9. More than just a library…<br />
    10. 10. Activiti Modeler (browser)<br />
    11. 11. Activiti Designer (Eclipse)<br />
    12. 12. Activiti Cycle<br />
    13. 13. Activiti Explorer<br />
    14. 14. But what about ACM?<br />?<br />
    15. 15. ACM principles in Activiti Explorer<br />Create ‘ad hoc’ tasks, without process<br />Involve people with the task/case<br />Add subtasks (also to process-tasks)<br />Add related documents/url’s<br />Contextual task-lists (role-based, involvement, assigned, …)<br />Activity stream (Case History + collaboration)<br />Possibility of leveraging history of engine<br />
    16. 16. Demo<br />Activiti Explorer in Action<br />
    17. 17. Any Questions?<br />

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