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Architecture in the Wild: Business Process Orchestration - part II

Architecture in the Wild: Business Process Orchestration - part II

Part I can be found here. TL;DR - maybe thinking in "processes" is a relic of traditional, policy-driven, hierarchical enterprise? Decentralised model, based on business events & reactions tends to have some advantages & seems to match…

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Architecture in the Wild: Business Process Orchestration - part I

Architecture in the Wild: Business Process Orchestration - part I

.Disclaimer: by "architecture in the wild" I mean situations (I've personally encountered) where sheer reality surpasses known (& somehow theoretical) standards / patterns :) in a way that does not impose any obvious solution. It doesn't mean (usually) that everything…

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Funny BPM story

.NET world is lacking a good BPM solution based on Microsoft stack. That’s why if I hear about BPM projects, it’s usually something in Java. We (my current employer) haven’t sold many projects like that in Poland,…

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