Red Hat JBoss BRMS in action

Having a solid business rules management system (BRMS) can help you create an application foundation that can handle the unexpected. Join our webinar to see a live demo of Red Hat® JBoss® BRMS and discover the advantages of maintaining business rules outside of application code.

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Companies’ applications are growing—in number and complexity. Business rules written inside application code can be lost, misinterpreted, or hard to maintain. Countless hours and dollars can be spent trying to find and fix a bug that could bring down your production environment. And what happens if your developer suddenly decides to call it quits?

Having a solid business rules management system (BRMS) helps you create an application foundation that can handle the unexpected.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Learn how Red Hat JBoss BRMS helps you manage applications using business rules.
  • See a live demo of an online shopping cart application that has its business logic externalized from application code to Red Hat JBoss BRMS.
  • Experience the advantage of maintaining business rules outside of application code.
  • Understand how quickly an enhancement or bug can be developed or fixed and then made available to an application.
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Date: June 6, 2013

Time:
  • 15:00 UTC | 11:00 am (New York) / 5:00 pm (Paris) / 8:30 pm (Mumbai)
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Technical

Speaker(s):

Jason Milliron JBoss solutions architect, Red Hat

About Jason Milliron: Jason has more than 10 years of experience solving complex problems with simplified solutions. Prior to Jason’s current role as a solution architect, he led multiple BRMS projects in the Red Hat Services group.

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