Welcome to our monthly series of blinded stories to highlight how customers are using Red Hat solutions to address business challenges and promote innovation.
This month highlights a migration from TIBCO to Red Hat Fuse with a Midwestern energy company, whose productivity was being drained by an outdated, unsupported version of TIBCO middleware.
Continue reading “Consulting Customer Snapshot: Red Hat Empowers an Energy Company”
A few years ago, I was invited to join a debate forum belonging to a group of companies that despite not being involved with the financial segment, discussed the workings of each other’s internal controls areas, SOX compliance and benchmarking practices.
First of all, why were BPM and EA specialists invited to this forum, and second, why am I publishing matters of internal controls in a BPM area that contributes to the subjects of Enterprise Architecture?
Continue reading “BPM, EA and Compliance”
When employing the homonym “BPM,” it is important to clarify the difference between Technical BPM and Business BPM. Technical BPM covers not only the IT tools for business process automation, but also contributes as another available resource for a company to perfect its process management.
Continue reading “BPM and its contribution to Enterprise Architecture”
This article was originally published on Diabolical Labs.
Business Process Management (BPM)-enabling software has been around for decades, having started as document centric workflow. It’s progressed into the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) age to become an orchestrator of services and human tasks.
Now, we see that the Service Architecture is evolving to include a relatively new concept called Microservice Architecture (MSA). That architecture along with enabling technologies like Cloud Services and Application Containers is allowing us to apply process management practices to solutions in a much more lightweight and agile way.
In the upcoming blog post series, I’ll be exploring the application of BPM principles to solutions that can implemented with MSA. In this first part, I’ll review traditional BPM practices and their pitfalls, followed by a guide to begin the convergence of BPM and MSA. re with MSA.
You can also learn more in the webinar I’ll be hosting on 9/27 at 11am ET.
Continue reading “BPM in a Microservice World: Part 1”
This article was originally published on opensource.com.
Continue reading “Ansible as a gateway to DevOps in the cloud”
In an effort to save expenses, enterprises think they can avoid training their teams. How does skimping on training truly impact the performance of the individual and the health of the overall organization? For IT leaders, these are critical questions that they must consider. What is the cost of a team without expertise?
Continue reading “Training As An Investment”
With the recent release of Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8, the Red Hat Training and Certification team sat down with Pete Hnath and Randy Russell to discuss new training curriculum available for OpenStack. Here are some highlights from that conversation.
Continue reading “OpenStack Training and Curriculum Overview (Part 3)”
With the recent release of Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8, the Red Hat Training and Certification team sat down with Pete Hnath and Randy Russell to discuss new training curriculum available for OpenStack. Here are some highlights from that conversation. (part two)
Continue reading “New Developments in OpenStack Training and Certification: OpenStack Director (Part 2)”