An Open View

[On-Demand Webinar] Managing Business Rules in a Microservices Architecture

Posted by Nichole Bui

Sep 5, 2017 2:18:49 PM BRMS & BPM, OpenShift, JBoss BRMS, webinar

We recently hosted a webinar on “Managing Business Rules in a Microservices Architecture.” In case you missed it, we’ve now set up the recording to be available on-demand.

In a 45-minute presentation, our technical experts review how business rules engines fit in a microservices architecture and how to orchestrate business rules as a microservice on Red Hat's OpenShift Container Platform. We then close with a demo of an application that combines the concepts covered in the presentation.


Read More


JBoss BPM Suite & BRMS: Going Mobile

Posted by Zack Belcher

Mar 29, 2017 12:47:31 PM BRMS & BPM, JBoss Middleware, JBoss BRMS, Red Hat Mobile Application Platform

Ken Spokas, Vizuri's Technical Director & BPM/BRMS Practice Lead, and Maggie Hu, Senior Middleware Specialist Solution Architect from Red Hat jointly hosted a recent webinar entitled, "Combining mobile and BPM apps to get supercharged agility."   You can view the hi-res demonstration portions of the webinar below, and the accompanying slides here.  You can also find the demo source code via the following links:


Read More


How to detect an infinite loop in your BRMS Rules and auto recover - part 3

Posted by Ben-Johan van der Walt

Feb 7, 2017 7:34:04 PM BRMS & BPM, JBoss Middleware, JBoss BRMS

So you just got into building rules and you finally got something to work, when suddenly you hear your laptop fan start spinning out of control. You have no idea what is going on and suddenly you are unable to do anything, your laptop becomes completely unresponsive. All you remember is that the last thing you did was execute a set of business rules running on your local application server, whether JBoss/WildFly or Tomcat.

Well, the chances are good that you just hit your first infinite loop! This is part three of a three part blog post that covers how to detect an infinite loop in your rules and how to auto recover:


Read More


How to detect an infinite loop in your BRMS Rules and auto recover - part 2

Posted by Ben-Johan van der Walt

Feb 7, 2017 10:55:00 AM BRMS & BPM, JBoss Middleware, JBoss BRMS

So you just got into building rules and you finally got something to work, when suddenly you hear your laptop fan start spinning out of control. You have no idea what is going on and suddenly you are unable to do anything, your laptop becomes completely unresponsive. All you remember is that the last thing you did was execute a set of business rules running on your local application server, whether JBoss/WildFly or Tomcat.

Well, the chances are good that you just hit your first infinite loop! This is part two of a three part blog post that covers how to detect an infinite loop in your rules and how to auto recover:


Read More


How to detect an infinite loop in your BRMS Rules and auto recover - part 1

Posted by Ben-Johan van der Walt

Feb 2, 2017 3:36:16 PM BRMS & BPM, JBoss Middleware, JBoss BRMS

So you just got into building rules and you finally got something to work, when suddenly you hear your laptop fan start spinning out of control. You have no idea what is going on and suddenly you are unable to do anything, your laptop becomes completely unresponsive. All you remember is that the last thing you did was execute a set of business rules running on your local application server, whether JBoss/WildFly or Tomcat.

Well, the chances are good that you just hit your first infinite loop! This is part one of a three part blog post that covers how to detect an infinite loop in your rules and how to auto recover:


Read More


JBoss BPM Suite Performance Benchmark

Posted by Zack Belcher

Jan 9, 2017 9:30:50 AM BRMS & BPM, JBoss Middleware, JBoss BPM Suite

Vizuri recently developed a performance test framework for Red Hat's JBoss BPM Suite. The JBoss BPM Suite enables enterprise business and IT users to document, simulate, manage, automate and monitor business processes and policies. It also includes JBoss BRMS, Red Hat's integrated, business event and business decision management platform.


Read More


JBoss Fuse with BPM: 5 Use Cases You Should Know

Posted by Kent Eudy

Apr 15, 2015 8:58:00 AM BRMS & BPM, Enterprise Integration & Messaging

Software architectural decisions frequently involve tradeoffs between implementing basic functions yourself or using an existing framework or tool to reduce the manual effort of some parts.  This blog post is about a trade-off of this sort: using a business process management (BPM) tool to enhance your enterprise integration scenarios (rather than "rolling your own"). 

Enterprise Integration: Platforms and Patterns

Businesses today increasingly interact with their customers through applications.  These customers expect new features and functionality to be delivered frequently, and one of the best ways to do this is through the integration of applications with existing systems, both within the enterprise and beyond.

There are many strategies for performing Enterprise Integration, and the most common strategies have been turned into patterns as popularized in the book "Enterprise Integration Patterns: Designing, Building, and Deploying Messaging Solutions" by Gregor Hohpe and Bobby Wolfe.  

RedHat provides two excellent integration platforms that implement these Enterprise Integration Patterns; JBoss Fuse and JBoss Fuse Service Works.  Each of these platforms use Apache Camel for integration patterns and provide a robust JMS Messaging subsystem.  These platforms and the patterns they implement are therefore very useful in a wide variety of integration scenarios.

The JBoss Business Process Manament Suite (JBoss BPM Suite) is a Worflow engine that includes the JBoss Business Rules Management System (BRMS).  The BPM Suite allows for the definition of complex business processes using the standard Business Process Modeling Language 2 (BPMN2) notation.   The BRMS features allow business rules to be extracted and managed outside of applications.  

You should consider the JBoss BPM Suite to enhance your Enterprise Integration scenarios, especially if you experience any of the following in your enterprise.   


Read More


6 Things IT Managers Should Know About JBoss BRMS 6

Posted by Ken Spokas

Oct 27, 2014 4:20:21 PM BRMS & BPM

We are well into the first year of the supported version of Red Hat BRMS 6, and it is seeing a great level of adoption. When considering moving to or updating to this version of the platform in your enterprise, here are some things every IT Manager should know.


Read More


Rule the World: Practical Rules & BPM Development (DC JBug)

Posted by Zack Belcher

Sep 12, 2014 3:19:00 PM BRMS & BPM

In a wide variety of industries software is becoming central to how businesses drive value to their customers and gain market share from their competitors. Applications, and the environments in which they run are also more complex, dynamic and distributed than ever before.  To keep up with the demands of the business many IT organizations are turning to business rules management systems (BRMS) and business process management (BPM) software in order to reduce complexity and increase agility by separating critical business rules and processes from the code or back-end database that implements them.   


Read More


Business Rules & Process Management: Fantasy Football Style

Posted by Ken Spokas

Sep 4, 2014 12:37:00 PM BRMS & BPM

 

Welcome!  This article kicks off a series that will go through an implementation of a Fantasy Football web site that is powered by the JBoss/Red Hat business rules and process management suites.   Along the way, we’ll go through the design and implementation of the system, and for the adventurous, how to build, run and modify the application.


Read More


    

Posts by Topic

see all

An Open View

Vizuri Blog

Subscribing to our blog is a great way to stay up to date with the latest information from Vizuri, as well as our strategic partners. We focus on providing a range of content that is practically useful and relevant from both a technical and business perspective.

We promise to respect your privacy.

×