We show how Flowable BPM has been extended to interact transparently with Kafka events (other frameworks are available). This enables developers to create abstractions on low level event streams that in turn allows business modelers to describe case and business process management solutions that are driven by messages and events.
We illustrate how you can achieve scalable and seamless orchestration of microservices, devices and humans through both declarative and procedural high-level models.
Tijs is the Flowable project lead, before the Activiti project lead, and involved in open source business process management for over 10 years. Before that he was working as a consultant in BPM and enterprise integration projects. He is the author of the Manning Activiti in Action and Open Source ESB's in action books.
Joram is a Flowable core developer with many years’ experience in open-source software and of building scalable process engines. He co-founded the Activiti open-source project (on which Flowable is based) and was a core developer for over six years. Before that he was employed by JBoss/RedHat as part of the jBPM team and started his career as a Java consultant at RealDolmen with a focus on BPM.
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