Open source BPM hits the mark delivering a new class of process apps

Developers are in the midst of an epic shift in the business technology landscape. New, disruptive business requirements—coming from all directions—require a level of application sophistication never before seen by development teams.

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Join this webinar to hear from Red Hat, and a guest speaker from Forrester Research, Inc., about the challenges that software development professionals face, and the impact of readily available open source BPM platforms on development approaches.

In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • What the drivers are behind increasing complexity in application development.
  • What aspects of application development continue to be the most challenging.
  • Why developers consider open source BPM a compelling alternative to hand-coding complex business logic.
  • How organizations are using BPM technology to meet business needs.
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Date: May 28, 2014

Time:
  • 11:00 am (ET)
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Technical

Speaker(s):

Clay Richardson Principal analyst, Forrester
Phil Simpson Principal product marketing manager, Red Hat

About Clay Richardson: Clay Richardson is a principal analyst for Forrester, serving enterprise architecture professionals. He is a leading expert on business process management (BPM) software, services, and methodologies. Clay delivers strategic guidance to professionals seeking to improve collaborative and operational business processes. Clay specifically helps enterprises establish BPM strategies, governance standards, and BPM centers of excellence; identify agile and lean methodologies best suited for BPM projects; and establish vendors and technologies that help automate and optimize mission-critical business processes.
About Phil Simpson: Phil Simpson is a Red Hat principal product marketing manager responsible for the go-to-market strategy and positioning of Red Hat’s business rules and business process management (BPM) products. Phil has extensive experience with business rules and BPM, having held senior product management roles as an early business-rules pioneer, and senior marketing roles at several leading enterprise technology companies.