Category Archive for "Gary Samuelson"

Process Management Architecture: Overview of Methods, Features, and Capabilities

[ Editor’s note: This guest post from Gary Samuelson is the first in a series.  Gary is a thought leader in BPM and Architecture, and we’re privileged to be able to share his work here!  Original article linked as well. 

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Mapping Web-UI to BPM

[Another guest post from Gary Samuelson, part of a series on Web UI and BPM UI.  This is a topic that BP3 has been confronting as it evolves over the last few years – giving us, perhaps, a unique insight

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IBM BPM and Event Integration with SCA (Tuscany)

[Editor’s note: this is another guest post in a series from Gary Samuelson, one of the foremost experts in BPM, and IBM BPM.  In this series he has been sharing his knowledge of architecture and BPM with our readers.  Gary’s

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Business Process Management & Transactions

[This post is contributed by Gary Samuelson, from his blog post of the same name, complete with diagrams] Though BPMN 2 supports transactions (in notation form) their implementation requires some additional work with regards to details – effort being a

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A Data-centric View within Traditional BPM

[Editor’s note: It seems topical and timely to re-publish Gary Samuelson’s take on how to take a Data-centric view to your BPM efforts as a complement to the other prevalent process-centric and application-centric views.  Check out his original post along

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JSON Formatted Business Information through DOSGi (JAX-RS ReST Services)

[Editor’s note: Today we’re again taking a departure from markets and Apple and BPM vendors, to talk about something purely technical.  Gary has been a contributor to our blog over the last few years, bringing his unique blend of technical

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OSGi and JPA Delivery Business Objects to BPM

Click here for Gary’s original post on his blog [Editor’s note: This is the second in a four-part series of posts that Gary has been kind enough to share. ] Multi-part Series: BPM Integration with OSGI: JAX-RS and JPA (this

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BPM Integration with OSGi: JAX-RS and JPA

Click here for Gary’s Original Post  [Editor’s note: Today we’re taking a departure from markets and Apple and BPM vendors, to talk about something purely technical.  Gary has been a contributor to our blog over the last few years, bringing

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BPM Mobility: Server Architectures Reviewed

Editor’s note: This is reposted with permission of the Author.  Gary Samuelson’s original post can be found here. Forward If you haven’t already done so I highly recommend you “tool up” for iOS (iPhone) or Android development. Speaking more on

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BPM Methods: A Change in Software LifeCycle

Editor’s note: this is a repost of Gary Samuelson’s post of the same title on his own blog, found here.  As in business, BPM projects either produce or fail. And, in varying degrees, BPM honestly tries. Maintaining net-value is an

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Surviving BPM and a Lesson on Racing

Shared with permission of Gary Samuelson, original post here. The image is getting across the finish line in less-than-optimal conditions. As first-timer BPM projects go, let’s think of engine smoke and a hopeful driver. I need to remind myself on

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On The Direction of IBM’s Business Process Manager – Advanced

[Editor’s Note:]  Gary Samuelson joined bp3 full-time in 2011, after years of collaborating on-and-off.  Gary’s been delivering BPM solutions for years, and has been deep into technology development and consulting throughout his career.  We’ll be sharing his blog posts here,

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