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The Advisor (subscription required) has some very nice words about Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite. What is apparently a pleasant surprise is the Suite part of BPM Suite.
JBoss has had its BPM project since 2003, jBPM. jBPM does business process modeling; at its core, it is a Java-based workflow engine. While it has a graphical editor (for more traditional, less technical business analysts), it also works with Eclipse, which makes it a business process tool specially adapted for Java developers to work with.
Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite, however, has expanded over the past few years to include functionality outside business process modeling, included but not limited to:
- Rules modeling
- Complex event process modeling
- Business resource planning
- Simulations and optimization
It's not exactly bedtime reading (at 127 pages), but this reference architecture walks through the development process for a BPM application, including all of the different choices at each step and the reasoning for choosing a specific option. For a simpler look at the functionality, you can also see the JBoss BPM Suite data sheet.
* ICYMI: in case you missed it
About the author
Deon Ballard is a product marketing manager focusing on customer experience, adoption, and renewals for Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the foundation for open hybrid cloud. In previous roles at Red Hat, Ballard has been a technical writer, doc lead, and content strategist for technical documentation, specializing in security technologies such as NSS, LDAP, certificate management, and authentication / authorization, as well as cloud and management.