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Designing an event-driven process at scale: Part 3

Designing an event-driven process at scale: Part 3

February 21, 2020

In the first article in this series, Designing an event-driven business process at scale: A health management example, Part 1, you found the business use case and data model for a concrete example from the health management industry. You then began implementing the example in jBPM (an open source business automation suite) by creating the Trigger […]

Linux cheat codes | DevNation Live

Linux cheat codes | DevNation Live

February 20, 2020

In this fast-paced, action-packed session, we will show you numerous #Linux tips, tricks, and how-tos, which collectively add up to the cheat codes needed to begin your mastery of the Linux operating system. We'll start off simple, but after a while, we'll dive deep into the rabbit hole. Be ready for arcane shell magic, process management, configuring #SELinux, quickly manipulating files, and much more.

Designing an event-driven process at scale: Part 2

Designing an event-driven process at scale: Part 2

February 20, 2020

In the first article in this series, Designing an event-driven business process at scale: A health management example, Part 1, we began by defining the business use case and data model for a concrete example from the health management industry. We then began implementing the example in jBPM (an open source business automation suite) by […]

Designing an event-driven business process at scale: A health management example, Part 1

Designing an event-driven business process at scale: A health management example, Part 1

February 19, 2020

The concept of a business process (BP), or workflow (WF), and the discipline and practice of business process management (BPM) have been around since the early 90s. Since then, WF/BPM tools have evolved considerably. More recently, a convergence of different tools has taken place, adding decision management (DM) and case management (CM) to the mix. […]

Metrics and traces correlation in Kiali

Metrics and traces correlation in Kiali

February 18, 2020

Metrics, traces, and logs might be the Three Pillars of Observability, as you’ve certainly already heard. This mantra helps us focus our mindset around observability, but it is not a religion. “There is so much more data that can help us have insight into our running systems,” said Frederic Branczyk at KubeCon last year. These […]

Continuous integration with GDB Buildbot

Continuous integration with GDB Buildbot

February 17, 2020

Continuous integration is a hot topic these days, and the GNU Project Debugger is keeping up with the trend. Who better to serve as a role model for tracking and exterminating bugs than a debugger? The GDB Buildbot started as a pet project back in 2014 but is now an integral part of the development […]

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