Jaime Conejo Verheijden
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Jaime Conejo Verheijden, Sr. Business Consultant with 10 years ICT experience. Specialised in BPM and BPMN with Oracle tools.
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And ofcourse AMIS will be there giving the latest updates and exciting presentation(s). We will focussing on Oracle Fusion Middleware and with all the upcoming presentations on mainly technical subjects this is a must see for ICT-managers and developers! (more…)
A few weeks ago I had to work with a virtual box by oracle with a pre installed Database (xe) and weblogic to do some BPM Studio work. After the default installation I expected to just start the Virtual machine, start the weblogic server and enjoying the advantages of having everything installed properlyâ€¦
Not exactly because I could not get the right connection established and on the virtual machine I could not get the Weblogic Server started. If you encounter the same type of problem here is my solution that worked for me and perhaps as well for you. Hoping this will speed up things and to concentrate more on the BPM stuff then actually fixing the bugs on the VM Boxes J. (more…)
Many organizationsÂ are workingÂ to ensure consistencyÂ betweenÂ internalÂ processesÂ to optimizeÂ efficiency and effectivenessÂ smoothly.Â For many, the benefits ofÂ BPMÂ are well known,Â but few knowÂ howÂ to beginÂ now.
OnÂ October 26, 2011Â AMISÂ ServicesÂ will give a business presentation about BPM at theÂ conferenceÂ organized byÂ BPMÂ HeliviewÂ in FigiÂ in Zeist.
This yearÂ the event isÂ particularly interesting.Â Because besidesÂ the phenomenonÂ BPMÂ there isÂ a lot of attentionÂ for both the businessÂ approach asÂ for the technology.
AMIS will showÂ howÂ BPMÂ works!Â GainÂ direct insightÂ into current processes,Â modifying existingÂ processesÂ without IT!Â We give theÂ businessÂ backÂ back controlÂ over theirÂ own processesÂ by leveragingÂ Oracle’sÂ BPMÂ SuiteÂ 11g. Are youÂ curious about theÂ (infinite) possibilities? You can visite us on site at our stand were we are happy to explain the possibilities.
Look for more information on http://www.amis.nl/evenementen/630-bezoek-amis-op-heliview-bpm-event-26-oktober-figi-zeist
Oracle starts from this Thursday (18th of August) with a series of webcasts about (Oracle) BPM. As one of the main AMIS focus areas (fusion middleware) I believe this can be a good opportunity to increase the knowledge in this area for business analysts, business developers (BPEL/BPMN), product owners and those who are interested. According to our wishes to become BPM Specialized this is a must see.
- Aug 18 â€“ Mastering BPM: learn about Oracle BPM core competencies and market differentiators.
- Aug 25 – Mastering BPMN 2.0. leverage concepts such as gateways, reusable sub-processes, and exception handling.
- Sep 1 – Ruling with Rules: learn how BPM addresses rule-based routing and run-time modification of business rules by a business analyst.
- Sep 8 – Empowering the Business User: Learn how to enable business users to be proactive in modeling, managing, and optimizing processes.
- Sep 8 – Process Analytics-Intelligent Decision Making: monitor and manage the performance of your BPM processes.
- Sep 15 – BPM APIs: learn how to extend your BPM implementation using BPM APIs.
- Sep 22 – BPM Deployment and High Availability: Â best practices to consider in configuring and deploying Oracle BPM More >
Hereâ€™s a short update for those who, just as I did, searched for hours to the solution of getting an outcome object instead of the standard outcome string of a Human Task. You need to know this one detail if you want to get the object as an outcome. And at the end it makes sense, as almost everything does if you know what to do ;-).
Here it goes…
There are some differences between the standard BPMN 2.0 and the ones that are available in Oracleâ€™s BPMSuite. I will give a brief overview of the major differences and when to use.
The traditional BPMN describes just the activity flow. It describes when steps occur, in what order. It also describes start and end points, conditional and concurrent paths.
What BPMN does not define but Oracleâ€™s BPMSuite does is:
- How steps are performed
- Who performs them, and where?
- Based on what business rules
- Executable BPMN
Last thing about the differences: BPMN does not have simulation parameters or KPIâ€™s. Oracleâ€™s BPMSuite does.