Activiti 5.x Business Process Management Beginner's Guide

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Learn
  • Setup the Activiti framework and create your first Activiti application
  • Learn about the Activiti Modeler and how to export and import models
  • Setup the Activiti Designer and start developing applications
  • Understand the Activiti Development Environment and how to configure the mail server
  • Create sub processes, parallel gateways, and implementing event and task listeners
  • Understand how Activiti integrates with Business Rule, Liferay, ECM, OSGI, and Camel
  • Implement REST services, parallel gateways, multi-instance processes, and event and task listeners
  • Learn about starting, deploying, and suspending processes
About

Activiti is a light-weight workflow and Business Process Management (BPM) platform targeted at business people, developers, and system administrators. Its core is a super-fast and rock-solid BPMN 2 process engine for Java. Activiti runs in any Java application on a server, cluster and in the cloud. It integrates perfectly with Spring and it is based on simple concepts making it easy for users to maximize its potential.

Activiti BPM Beginner’s Guide quickly introduces you to the Activiti Business Process Management methodology. This book will serve as an extremely useful starter guide for developers working on Activiti BPM who wish to integrate Activiti with other technologies.If you want to take full advantage of the power of the Activiti BPM, then this is the book for you.

This book will teach you how to design advanced business workflows through easy steps as well as how to integrate your creations with various third party services. It will take you through a number of clear, practical steps that will help you to implement business workflow using standard BPMN notation.

The key aim of this book is to guide you through how to develop business workflows so you can eventually remove the gap between the business analyst and the developer. The book focuses on development and delivery using Activiti BPM through integrating, migrating, and upgrading some advanced technological tools.

You will learn everything you need to know to design effective and advanced business workflows and how to implement them with different applications.

This book should be in the tool belt of any business analyst who wishes to model business processes and use these models to generate a fully-functioning workflow application.

Features
  • Detailed coverage of the various BPM notations used for business process development.
  • Learn how to implement business processes based on real world examples.
  • Understand how to deploy workflows using process engine APIs.
  • Create Advance workflows using BPM Notations.
  • Learn how to use Activiti BPM quickly and efficiently with practical examples and step-by-step instructions
Page Count 276
Course Length 8 hours 16 minutes
ISBN 9781849517065
Date Of Publication 26 Mar 2014

Authors

Dr. Zakir Laliwala

Dr. Zakir Laliwala is an entrepreneur, open source specialist, and a hands-on CTO of Attune Infocom. Attune Infocom provides enterprise open source solutions and services for SOA, BPM, ESB, portal, cloud computing, and ECM. At Attune Infocom, he is responsible for the delivery of solutions and services and product development. He explores new enterprise open source and defining architecture, roadmaps, and best practices. He has consulted and provided training on various open source technologies, including Mule ESB, Activiti BPM, JBoss jBPM and Drools, Liferay Portal, Alfresco ECM, JBoss SOA, and cloud computing, to corporations around the world.

He has a PhD. in Information and Communication Technology from the Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology. He was an adjunct faculty member at the Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology (DA-IICT) and at CEPT University where he taught Master's-level students.

He has published many research papers in IEEE and ACM International Conferences on web services, SOA, grid computing, and Semantic Web. He also serves as a reviewer at various international conferences and journals. He has also published book chapters and is writing a book on open source technologies. He was co-author of Mule ESB Cookbook, Packt Publishing.

Irshad Mansuri

Irshad Mansuri has more than three years of experience in implenting Java, J2EE, Activiti, JBPM, and Liferay solutions. He has successfully migrated the IBM WebSphere Portal to Liferay Portal for a client based in the UK. He has successfully delivered and managed projects in Liferay, Alfresco, jBPM, and Activti. He has also delivered training on Liferay Portal, Activiti, and jBPM to various clients across the globe. He is responsible for implementing, deploying, integrating, and optimizing portals and business processes using Activiti, jBPM, and Liferay development tools.