jBPM5 Developer Guide

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Learn
  • Use jBPM5’s configurations and architecture for different environments and scenarios
  • Discover key concepts behind the Business Process Management discipline
  • BPMN2 process modeling language for defining and implementing your processes
  • Leverage Business Rules power to simplify business processes
  • Practical examples in automating your business process and learn how to integrate them with different enterprise technologies in Java and non-Java environments
  • How to reuse jBPM5’s Human Task component in several applications, not just the Process Engine
  • Configure the persistence and transactions service to cover long running processes and scale successful implementations for bigger scenarios
  • Improve your process definitions using Domain Specific Activities
  • Understand how the framework handles information that flows through your business’s processes
  • Configure the Eclipse IDE to start modeling your scenarios
  • Learn how to analyze your business processes execution using the Complex Event Processing features provided by Drools Fusion
  • Understand how Business Process can be influenced by external streams of events that arrive in real time.
About

jBPM5 is a well known open source Business Process Management System (BPMS) used for defining and executing business processes. Java developers can use jBPM5 to analyze, improve, and maintain business processes, which are integral to an organization’s management. This book guides you through each level of the jBPM5 platform, allowing you to model and build applications which will automate your business scenarios.

The "jBPM5 Developer Guide" covers two important standard specifications that every software engineer must be familiar with; the BPMN2 specification and the WS-Human Tasks specification. BPMN2 defines a standard business language that will be used to model business scenarios throughout the book, and WS-Human Tasks will help you to define how real people execute the human elements of those processes. Both standard specifications are covered with in depth examples. Using these two specifications and understanding the BPM discipline will allow you to improve your software designs and guide successful implementations that will impact positively on performance.

"jBPM5 Developer Guide" allows you to adopt quickly the BPM framework to help you achieve your business goals; reducing the amount of time that you need to master BPM concepts and all the individual components provided by the platform. The book is packed with applicable examples, BPM diagrams and step-by-step instructions to help you master jBPM5.

Features
  • Learn to model and implement your business processes using the BPMN2 standard notation
  • Model complex business scenarios in order to automate and improve your processes with the JBoss Business Process Management framework
  • Understand how and when to use the different tools provided by the JBoss Business Process Management platform
Page Count 364
Course Length 10 hours 55 minutes
ISBN 9781849516440
Date Of Publication 17 Dec 2012

Authors

Mauricio Salatino

Mauricio Salatino is a Senior software engineer at JBoss/RedHat. Mauricio works full time as a Drools and jBPM Core Developer and is in charge of developing the new generation Business Process Management Suite, along with contributing to the evolution of Drools and jBPM. Mauricio is the author of three Packt Publishing books about jBPM: jBPM6 Developer Guide, jBPM5 Developer Guide, and jBPM Developer Guide. Mauricio is based in London, UK, and in his spare time he likes to meet community members of different open source projects to build interesting projects.

Esteban Aliverti

Esteban Aliverti is a software engineer and a former Drools/JBPM consultant. He is also a fervent open source promoter and developer with meaningful contributions to the JBoss Drools and JBPM frameworks for the past six years. He is the coauthor of jBPM5 Developer Guide and jBPM6 Developer Guide by Packt Publishing and was awarded the JBoss' Community Recognition Award in 2012 and 2013.