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Integrating Business Process Management in a Microservices World

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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David Bush Senior Consultant, Business Automation Practice, Red Hat
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