Streamline Your Business Processes and Enhance Productivity with jBPM

This session will highlight the features of jBPM that enable you to streamline your business process. You will learn about the exciting new features of the jBPM 5 community project, including the most commonly requested support for BPMN2 and tighter integration features with business rules and...

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As with most industries facing cost reduction pressures, gaming industry clients are looking to provide enhanced user experiences through innovations in technology. The gaming industry is moving from a network of proprietary vendors with closed devices to those with plug and play capability through standardized messaging. The open standardized messaging defined by the Gaming Standards Association (GSA) is allowing interoperability between vendor hardware and a customer's Commercial off the Shelf (COTS) or in-house enterprise systems.

Join Red Hat and JBoss Advanced Business Partner Bits In Glass to learn how the JBoss SOA Platform is providing the backbone for increased flexibility and innovation in the gaming industry. In this case study you will see how using the JBoss SOA Platform:

  • allows business to select best of breed vendor gaming hardware
  • enables business process automation with legacy and future enterprise systems
  • integrates a business rules engine that improves customer experience
  • provides innovative integration with social networking hubs such as Facebook or Twitter
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Date: February 24, 2011

Time:
  • 2pm EST (GMT-5 New York) / 19:00 GMT / 8pm CET (GMT+1 Paris)
  • 9am EST (GMT-5 New York) / 14:00 GMT / 3pm CET (GMT+1 Paris)
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Business and Technical

Speaker(s):

Kris Verlaenen jBPM 5 Project Lead, Red Hat
Prakash Aradhya senior Product Manager, Red Hat

About Kris Verlaenen: Kris Verlaenen leads the jBPM5 effort and is also one of the core developers of the Drools project, to which he started contributing in 2006. After finishing his PhD in Computer Science in 2008, he joined JBoss full-time and became the Drools Flow lead. He has a keen interest in the healthcare domain, one of the areas that have already shown to have a great need for a unified process, rule and event processing framework.
About Prakash Aradhya: Prakash Aradhya is responsible for driving the product strategy and roadmap for JBoss Enterprise BRMS and BPM products. He has over 15 years of experience in product development and product management in the middleware software industry. Prior to his focus on the BRMS and BPM products, Prakash was responsible for JBoss Developer Platform product management which included JBoss Developer Studio. Prior to joining Red Hat, Prakash worked at Sun Microsystems (now part of Oracle) as SOA Product Manager for the Sun Java CAPS product.