CTO Tuesdays, 11/2: Should you bet on jBPM?

Join Active Endpoints CTO Michael Rowley tomorrow, November 2, for his weekly technical talk CTO Tuesdays at 12pm EDT / 9am PDT / 16:00 UTC. Register at http://www.activevos.com/ctot. This week's topic is "Should you bet on jBPM?"

In this week's webinar, Rowley will take a close look at jBPM and answer the kind of questions that architects and project managers should ask before betting their project on jBPM technology:

- Is jBPM well suited to a service-oriented architecture?
- What is jPDL good at and what is it bad at?
- Once you've created a model, how hard is it to get the process to execute?
- Does jBPM's "Process Virtual Machine" protect your investment in any way?
- How easy is it to include human tasks in process? Do they use standardized technology?

Technologies discussed on CTO Tuesdays cover a wide variety of BPM technologies, including BPMN 2.0, SOA, web services, process modeling tools, BPEL, execution engines, AJAX-based forms development and human task integration.

For more info, visit http://www.activevos.com


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