Dealing with Unexpected Errors in Processes

During the development phase, it is expected that developers deal and treat unexpected behaviors, predictable and unpredicted errors that might happen during the execution of code. Consider the following situation: An online traveling company named MaTrip.com sells a whole trip experience with a discount for a single package buying: flight + hotel. But each ofRead more →

How to configure notification for Human Task in jBPM

Great post from Sudhish Nair, an expert on process and rules automation. TechBlogs jBPM provides options to configure notification emails to be send to any user if the human task is not started or not completed. We will start with configuring JavaMail sessions via JNDI so that infrastructure for mail is handled. We would beRead more →

Getting Started with jBPM

Being familiar your BA tool guides to better decision taking on development and architecture decisions. Let’s start by learning a little bit more about the core components and about jBPM installation. jBPM main components jBPM is mainly based on two components: Business Central and Kie Server. Reinforcing the concepts: business central is the authoring andRead more →

Virtual Red Hat Summit 2020, April 28-29

Next week Red Hat Summit 2020 will be held, not in San Francisco as we were hoping, but as a virtual event.  While this unfortunately won’t give us the possibility to meet in person, a lot of the keynotes and breakout sessions will be held online. Virtual Red Hat Summit is completely FREE, so ifRead more →

Kogito 0.9.1 released

We are glad to announce the Kogito 0.9.1 release is now available!  This goes hand in hand with the Kogito Tooling 0.3.1 release. From a feature point of view there are only minor changes compared to 0.9.0, but on top of bug fixing we have also spent quite some time on following areas: Kogito documentationRead more →

New community channels on Zulip Chat

We’re happy to announce the immediate availability of a new public channel for all projects under the KIE umbrella, i.e. the Kogito, Drools, jBPM and Optaplanner communities !  Zulip Chat channels: https://kie.zulipchat.com/ Inside our KIE organization you will find various streams where you can follow any of the topic discussions, create your own topic to askRead more →

Kogito deep dive video from Devoxx

This year at Devoxx Belgium, Maciej, Edoardo and Mario held a 3h deep dive on Kogito.  Since Devoxx is so awesome to share the recordings of all their presentation online, wanted to give everyone the opportunity to go and watch this! I also had the opportunity to help out at the Red Hat booth forRead more →

Introducing jBPM’s Human Task recommendation API

In this post, we’ll introduce a new jBPM API which allows for predictive models to be trained with Human Tasks (HT) data and for HT to incorporate model predictions as outputs and complete HT without user interaction. This API will allow you to add Machine Learning capabilities to your jBPM project by being able toRead more →

Etymology of Kogito

After writing up an introduction to our Kogito effort, it seems people are interested in hearing a little but more about the name, where it comes from, what the logo means, and (what seems to be the most important question) how to pronounce Kogito?  Yes, there even was a JIRA issue [KOGITO-284] opened to addressRead more →

An intro to Kogito

The KIE team has been working for quite a few months on the Kogito project, our next-gen solution leveraging processes and rules for building intelligent cloud-native applications.   What are we trying to achieve?  Basically, when you as a developer or team are trying to build intelligent cloud-native applications, Kogito wants to help you withRead more →