A webinar created and hosted by Red Hat exclusively for Deutsche Bank
Streamlining Business Process is key to Deutsche Bank strategy, and Red Hat is pleased to support that initiative.
Red Hat Process Automation Manager (PAM) is approved tooling within the Bank, and is supported by both the Fabric team in London and the Process Automation team in Pune.
This Webinar will explain how Red Hat, Fabric and the Deutsche Bank Process Automation team all combine to provide a BPM development service that is fast, reliable and cloud-ready.
Speakers from Red Hat and Deutsche Bank will give an outline of PAM, how it works with Fabric, and include a case study from a Deutsche Bank live project.
Live-event date: Tuesday, December 10, 2019 | 11 a.m. GMT
On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.
Solution Architect, Red Hat
Waqaas is a Solution Architect at Red Hat, focusing on middleware technologies. Waqaas has been working with the Banking and Insurance sectors for 15 years and has over 20 years experience in leading middleware and application technologies, with a particular interest in process driven applications, business rules, integration and APIs.
Sales Specialist, Banking - Openshift and App Dev, Red Hat
Chris has worked with Banks and Insurance Companies for over 20 years, advising them on innovative approaches to business challenges. He has focused on Integration and Middleware, with companies including BEA Systems, Oracle, MuleSoft and now Red Hat. Integration strategy is a perennial challenge for large enterprises. When combined with a modern approach to API’s this strategy becomes the key to unlocking data from multiple systems and rapid innovation. It also allows quick adoption of services from new, disruptive market entrants.
Solution architect, Deutsche Bank
KK is a solution architect at Deutsche Bank, with an authority on SOA, IBM BPM, jBPM and BRMS middleware technologies with 15 years of experience. With successful implementation of reusable components, namely bpmfacade and process services facade, KK has been experimental in execution of headless architecture via IBM BPM & jBPM solutions within the bank.