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

Drools, jBPM and Optaplanner Day: September 26 / 28, 2017 (NY / Washington)

Red Hat is organizing a Drools, jBPM and Optaplanner Day in New York and Washington DC later this year to show how business experts and citizen developers can use business processes, decisions and other models to develop modern business applications. September 26, 2017 in New York September 28, 2017 in Washington DC This free full day event will focusRead more →

Is Optimization AI or OR?

With the renewed interest in AI the same conversations are starting to come up again, about what is or isn’t AI.  My recent discussion was on whether optimisation products, such as OptaPlanner, are considered AI as some considered it more Operations Research (OR). For some background, OptaPlanner started out as a Tabu Solver implementation, butRead more →

RuleML+RR with DecisionCamp – July 12-14 201, London

RuleML, Web Rules and Reasoning as well as DecisionCamp are all coming together (as well as being collocated with BICOD) this year in London.RuleML+RR home, schedule, registrationDecisionCamp home, schedule, registration Explore that latest AI happenings at RuleML+RR and keep up to date with the latest Decision Model and Notation (DMN) at Decision Camp. When: July 12-14 2017 Where: Birkbeck, UniversityRead more →

Red Hat BRMS and BPMS Roadmap Presentation (Nov 22nd, London)

Original Link :  http://www.c2b2.co.uk/red_hat_brms_and_bpms_roadmap_presentation Featuring Drools, jBPM, OptaPlanner, DashBuilder, UberFire and Errai For our second JBUG this November we’re delighted to welcome back Red Hat Platform Architect, Mark Proctor who will be part of a panel of speakers presenting roadmap talks on each component technology. We’re fortunate to have this opportunity for so many projectRead more →

Red Hat BPMS and BRMS 7.0 Roadmap Document – With a Focus on UI Usability

BPMS and BRMS  6.x put in a lot of foundations, but the UI aspects fell short in a number of areas with regards to maturity and usability. In the last 4 years Red Hat has made considerable investment into the BPMS and BRMS space. Our engineering numbers have tripled, and so have our QE numbers.Read more →

Tutorial oriented user guides for Drools and jBPM

Community member Nicolas Heron, is creating tutorial oriented user guides for Drools and jBPM (Red Hat BRMS and BPMS). He’s focusing on the backends first, but it will eventually cover all the web tooling too, as well as installation and setup.All this work is available from bitbucket, using asciidoc and gitbook (free for public projects),Read more →

DecisionCamp And RuleML 2016, 6-9 July New York

This year RuleML 2016 is hosted by Stony Brook University, New York USA. Decision Camp 2016 is co-locating at the same event. I’ll be presenting at DecisionCamp and helping to chair the industrial track at RuleML. Looking forward to seeing everyone there and spending a week immersed in discussions on reasoning systems 🙂 http://2016.ruleml.orghttp://2016.ruleml.org/decisioncamp RuleML Schedule DecisionRead more →

Parallel Drools is coming – 12 core machine benchmark results

We are working on a number of different usage patterns for multi-core processing. Our first attempt is at fireAllRules batch processing (no rule chaining) of 1000 facts against increasing 12, 48, 192, and 768 rules – one join per rule. The break even point is around 48 rules. Below 48 rules the running time wasRead more →