CTO Tuesdays, 3/9: The state of BPMS state

Please join Active Endpoints CTO Michael Rowley for a special edition of "CTO Tuesdays," his free, weekly, 30-minute technical talk on Tuesday, March 9 at 12pm EST / 9am PST / 17:00 GMT. Register: http://www.activevos.com/ctot

In the first of two "CTO Tuesdays" dedicated to the internal workings of how a business process management suite (BPMS) manages processes, Rowley will explain one of the core benefits of using a BPMS: it automatically keeps process state, variables and history in the database. Users can configure the amount of data that is kept, in order to choose the right level detail to achieve the performance and safety they desire.

This talk will describe the kinds of data that a BPMS stores in the database and how that data is used for fault tolerance, monitoring and reports.

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