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    • Integrating Business Process Management in a Microservices World
      Integrating Business Process Management in a Microservices World David Bush Senior Consultant, Business Automation Practice, Red Hat Recorded: Dec 29 2016 8:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • Traditionally, business process management (BPM) programs have focused on standardization and continuous improvement— but programs that require discovery, modeling, and analysis can result in long lead times. And businesses can no longer tolerate long implementations as they need to react quickly to changing customer expectations.

      Red Hat® JBoss® BPM Suite can be integrated into a MSA (Microservice Architecture) to support frequent deployments, multiple concurrent versions, and flexible scaling; enabling IT to respond more quickly to the needs of the business.

      Watch this webcast to learn how to:
      • Embed business processes in microservices
      • Support business transformation with frequent process deployments
      • Choreograph microservices without controlling them
      • Use tracking processes to implement SLA (Service Level Agreement) management
      • Discover processes from events in a microservice architecture

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    • Can Business Process Management and Master Data Management work together?
      Can Business Process Management and Master Data Management work together? Featuring Guest Speaker Ramesh Dontha Upcoming: May 5 2017 3:30 pm UTC 45 mins
    • Master Data Management (MDM) and Business Process Management (BPM) are two significant investments that enterprises usually undertake to realize tangible business benefits by streamlining business processes and leveraging data as an asset. Wouldn't it be great if both these programs can align on people (stakeholders), processes, and technologies so MDM-enabled processes become simpler? Yes, it is possible by focusing on Data Governance and stewardship for the benefit of MDM and BPM. This webinar will cover basic aspects of MDM and BPM, potential conflicts in implementing both, and identify possible solutions to align BPM and MDM. The webinar will also cover how data governance and stewardship can play a pivotal role in facilitating the implementation of BPM and MDM.

      Webinar Contents
      - Overview of Business Process Management (BPM)
      - Overview of Master Data Management (MDM)
      - Potential conflicts in BPM and MDM implementation with respect to
      people, processes, and technologies
      - Options for aligning BPM and MDM
      - Role of Data Governance in aligning BPM and MDM

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    • 2014 Architecture & Process: The Business Architecture Virtual Summit
      2014 Architecture & Process: The Business Architecture Virtual Summit Nathaniel Palmer, Mark von Rosing, Henrik von Scheel, Lloyd Dugan, Denis Wisnosky, et al. Processing: Feb 27 2014 3:00 pm UTC 360 mins
    • Produced jointly by BPM.com and Business Process Incubator, the Business Architecture Virtual Summit is the first event of its kind, designed to specifically to understand and evaluated tools and methods for Enterprise Modeling, Business Architecture, and Process Analysis.

      The Summit combines expert-led sessions with 30-minute capability demonstration from leading participating tool providers.

      Why You Should Attend:
      • Learn the most up-to-date strategies, techniques, and technologies for successful Enterprise Modeling, Business Architecture, and Process Analysis.
      • Gain first-hand knowledge of the transformation success stories and current initiatives underway within Fortune 500 and Global 2000 firms.
      • Find new opportunities and partners for succeeding with business transformation
      • Gain actionable information for enabling continuous process improvement.

      BONUS:
      All participants will receive a copy of the “Enterprise Modeling and Business Architecture Buyer’s Guide” to be released during the Virtual Summit.

      Who Should Attend:

      Architecture & Process is defined foremost for Enterprise Architects and Program Managers, as well as Business Process Architects, Operations Managers, IT Strategists, and Business Analysts. Participants will be involved in managing business operations, defining enterprise architecture, as well as standards definitions, policy making and business process management initiatives. Previous participants were split between government, defense and Fortune 500 companies.

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    • Architecture & Process: The Business Architecture Virtual Summit
      Architecture & Process: The Business Architecture Virtual Summit Nathaniel Palmer, Prof Mark von Rosing, Henrik von Scheel, Lloyd Dugan, Denis Gagne, et al. Recorded: Dec 11 2013 3:00 pm UTC 259 mins
    • Produced jointly by BPM.com and Business Process Incubator, the Business Architecture Virtual Summit is the first event of its kind, designed to specifically to understand and evaluated tools and methods for Enterprise Modeling, Business Architecture, and Process Analysis.

      The Summit combines expert-led sessions with 30-minute capability demonstration from leading participating tool providers.

      Why You Should Attend:
      • Learn the most up-to-date strategies, techniques, and technologies for successful Enterprise Modeling, Business Architecture, and Process Analysis.
      • Gain first-hand knowledge of the transformation success stories and current initiatives underway within Fortune 500 and Global 2000 firms.
      • Find new opportunities and partners for succeeding with business transformation
      • Gain actionable information for enabling continuous process improvement.

      BONUS:
      All participants will receive a copy of the “Enterprise Modeling and Business Architecture Buyer’s Guide” to be released during the Virtual Summit.

      Who Should Attend:

      Architecture & Process is defined foremost for Enterprise Architects and Program Managers, as well as Business Process Architects, Operations Managers, IT Strategists, and Business Analysts. Participants will be involved in managing business operations, defining enterprise architecture, as well as standards definitions, policy making and business process management initiatives. Previous participants were split between government, defense and Fortune 500 companies.

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    • Why Business Architecture Now, Not Later? A Lesson from Crisis Management
      Why Business Architecture Now, Not Later? A Lesson from Crisis Management William Ulrich, President, Business Architecture Guild Recorded: Apr 13 2017 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • The inability to track customers, partners, accounts, agreements, and policies across complex business ecosystems triggers compliance failures and crisis management challenges that degrade brand value, undermine investor confidence, and chip away at consumer loyalty. Executives have found that efforts to address these shortcomings are more time consuming, error prone, and expensive than they could have imagine. Ironically, these same executives either refuse to sponsor business architecture efforts or are forcing business architecture proponents to “prove” its value on small scale, narrowly defined initiatives. This BrightTALK discusses crisis response challenges at a major financial institution and the role business architecture should play in addressing a variety of related scenarios across a multitude of industry sectors.

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