Red Hat JBoss Integration and BPM Products
Red Hat® JBoss® Integration and BPM Products
Integration and Business Process Management Products
Red Hat Integration and Business Process Management (BPM) products provide complete solutions for integrating applications and data within an enterprise and for automating business processes and policies. This product suite enables organizations to:
Connect Applications and Data with Red Hat JBoss A-MQ, Red Hat JBoss Fuse, Red Hat JBoss SOA Platform, and Red Hat JBoss Data Services
JBoss A-MQ is a small-footprint, high-performance, robust messaging platform. A flexible architecture coupled with support for multiple standards, protocols, and operating systems enables JBoss A-MQ to provide real-time communication between applications, devices, distributor outlets, and partners.
JBoss Fuse is a small-footprint, open source Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). It delivers a robust, cost-effective, and open integration platform that lets enterprises easily connect their disparate applications, services, or devices in real time. An integrated enterprise is able to provide better products and services to its customers. A flexible architecture coupled with popular and proven integration tools enables JBoss Fuse to provide Integration Everywhere.
JBoss SOA Platform drives superior business execution, responsiveness, and flexibility in a cost-effective, open platform. It delivers an easy-to-consume service-oriented architecture (SOA) integration suite that lets you build, deploy, integrate, and orchestrate applications and services.
JBoss Data Services are a powerful set of tools and runtime components that make it easy for applications and business processes to integrate and use data from many data sources. They include:
- Tools for creating data views that are accessible through standard protocols,
- A repository for storing metadata, and
- A robust runtime environment that provides enterprise-class performance, data integrity, and security.
By simultaneously accessing multiple sources of data (e.g., databases, files, applications, services) and presenting the data in unified views, JBoss Data Services insulate applications from the underlying data-source details. Data is accessed in real time without the need to copy or move it to a new location.
Bring Intelligence to Business Operations with Red Hat JBoss BRMS
When key policies and practices are embedded deeply within applications, it is difficult, if not impossible, for businesses to respond to rapid change, act on new opportunities, and take action to prevent looming threats.
JBoss Enterprise BRMS makes all of this possible with fully integrated business rules management, business process management (BPM), and complex event processing (CEP). It lets you incorporate sophisticated process and decision logic into line-of-business applications and quickly update rules and processes in response to changes in market conditions and regulations.
JBoss Enterprise BRMS provides advanced business process management capabilities compliant with the widely adopted BPMN 2.0 standard. It comes with a choice of modeling tools—a business-user-friendly, web-based authoring environment and an Eclipse plug-in for developers—to enable all project stakeholders to collaborate effectively and build sophisticated process and decision-automation solutions.
An Overview of Rewards Approval in Red Hat JBoss Business Rules Management System
In this webinar, Eric Schabell discusses the rewards approval system in Red Hat JBoss BRMS 5.3, then demonstrates how the rules system works.ActiveMQ in the Cloud
In this webinar, Senior Software Engineer Dejan Bosanac discusses the Red Hat JBoss A-MQ product, including problems with large enterprise deployments, the Fuse Fabric, an overview of FuseMQ and Fuse Fabric, and a look at the Fuse Management Console.BPM Approaches for Building Effective Business Solutions
In this webinar, Prakash Aradhya and Luis Cortes discuss what Business Process Management (BPM) is, talk about key aspects including process modeling/simulation, process data management, and business activity monitoring, and examine a real-world customer success story.Business Rules and Event Modeling Made Easy
In this presentation, Edson Tirelli discusses using JBoss Drools for business rules, including Drools' history, business logic modeling using Drools Guvnor, Expert, Fusion, and jBPM Integration, and a look ahead to what's in the future roadmap.
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