jueves, 1 de octubre de 2015

Drools engine, jBPM...and friends (6/10)

Hi JUGgers !!!! eyy, no time to sleep !!!! here we have another event... for the next week!

We know we have other plans next week, but we could not say no to the Drools & jBPM team (cause they will come to Barcelona next week), in order to invite them to give us a talk about what they are doing and how ;-)

Because of that, we have the pleasure to invite you next 6th of October focused on Drools and the jBPM ecosystem that will be hosted in La Fontana at 7pm.






In this session the main Drools and jBPM team will give an overview of the Drools rule engine, the OptaPlanner scheduling engine, the jBPM workflow engine and the Workbench web application that ties it all together for business users.

Drools is a Business Rules Management System (BRMS) solution. It provides a core Business Rules Engine (BRE).

OptaPlanner is a constraint satisfaction solver. It optimizes business resource planning. Use cases include Vehicle Routing, Employee Rostering, Job Scheduling, Bin Packing, Cloud Optimization and more.

jBPM is a flexible Business Process Management (BPM) Suite. It makes the bridge between business analysts and developers. Traditional BPM engines have a focus that is limited to non-technical people only. jBPM has a dual focus: it offers process management features in a way that both business users and developers like it.

KIE Workbench is the webapp that ties it all together. It’s based on Uberfire, Errai and Dashbuilder.

We would like to have you all onboard on this event, but unfortunately we have a limited space, and because of that we need to ask to RSVP'ed in our event in Meetup.

Hope to see you next 6th!

Register in our event Meetup !!!!


Slides :  OptaPlanner    http://goo.gl/nA6Nu9
              jBPM6            http://goo.gl/UWn1Tp
              Drools6           http://goo.gl/bKomdT

Video :



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List of speakers

Mario Fusco (Drools core): 

Michael Anstis (Drools Workbench): https://twitter.com/michael_anstis


Geoffrey De Smet (OptaPlanner): 

Alexandre Porcelli (Uberfire)

Kris Verlaenen (jBPM): 





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