Innovation versus Constraint

The following is not an unfamiliar story and it’s something that the Architects in Emerging Technology Practices of Red Hat Consulting see on a regular basis. ¬†Technology choice which is based on ease of use, availability or specific functionality is not always the best approach within a large enterprise.

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When software development marries business automation, this year at Red Hat Summit

Custom software development and business automation have traditionally been two distinct ways to approach IT solutions to business challenges. Each approach has its own tradeoffs. While software development draws from engineering rigor, historically, the processes have been slow. Conversely, while business automation has enabled non-engineering stakeholders to codify business logic, this has led to additional risk.

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Automate the Migration of Process Diagrams from XPDL to BPMN2