Featured Posts: Rules

Making Executable DMN Modeling More Business-Friendly

presentation byBruce Silver, MethodAndStyle.comand Matteo Mortari, Red Hat At this year’s Decision Camp 2020, I had the opportunity to present with Bruce Silver a complete overview of the DMN Validation features, and some of the research areas we are working together on: I hope this can be an helpful summary of what you should look at whenRead 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 →

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 →

Kogito, ergo Rules: From Knowledge To Service, Effortless

Welcome to another episode of this blog series on the Kogito initiative and our efforts to bring Drools to the cloud. The goal of these posts is to gather early user feedback on the features we are delivering to Kogito. In this post we present two new ways to realize a complete intelligent service: self-containedRead 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 →

Kogito, ergo Rules — Part 1: Bringing Drools Further

The Kogito initiative is our pledge to bring our business automation suite to the cloud and the larger Kubernetes ecosystem. But what does this mean for our beloved rule engine, Drools? In this post we introduce modular rule bases using rule units: a feature that has been experimental for a while in Drools 7, butRead more →

Webinar: Re-imagining business automation: Convergence of decisions, workflow, AI/ML, RPA — vision and futures

WEBINAR  Title: Re-imagining business automation: Convergence of decisions, workflow, AI/ML, RPA—vision and futures Time: June 20, 2019, 5:00 p.m. BST (UTC+ 1) Registration https://www.redhat.com/en/events/webinar/re-imagining-business-automation-convergence-decisions-workflow-aiml-rpa%E2%80%94vision-and-futures

Workbench is now Business Central!

5 years ago, on November 2013 we released 6.0.0.Final, that included the first version of the Workbench. It has been a long journey so far, but today we’re announcing that we’re retiring the Workbench brand and officially adopting Business Central as the new brand! Historical Context The KIE group has been developing web tooling forRead more →

Business Process Driven Web Terminal – jBPM Business Apps Demo

In this jBPM Business Application demo we show how you can dynamically present your business process data to your users. Demo sample The demo app is a Websocket terminal app where you can enter in different commands and results of those commands are displayed back. Each command entered triggers our demo business process which usesRead more →

New DMN Editor Preview

The Workbench 7.13.0.Final was released Tuesday, October 16, and this version brings a lot of interesting features and important fixes. One of the highlights is the new DMN Editor as a tech preview feature that is still under development but that you can begin using. In this article, you’ll learn how to enable the DMNRead more →