Red Hat Process Automation Manager
Platform for creating cloud-native business automation applications and microservices.
Cloud-native solutions with Process Automation Manager
Process Automation Manager (RHPAM) is a battle-tested platform for creating cloud-native automation solutions. Automating your planning and execution decisions lets you document, test, manage, automate, and monitor your processes within a lightweight application that easily fits into your microservices and event-driven architectures. RHPAM helps every team on the IT spectrum to collaborate more effectively on the automation decisions that affect their organization, so teams can spend more of their time and resources on creating developer joy, consumer-grade user experiences, and AI-based innovation.
Process and case management
Author, test, deploy, and monitor BPMN2-based processes and case management solutions to bring more agility and flexibility into development-critical processes.
Process Automation Manager includes all the decision services, rules, and complex event processing capabilities of Red Hat Decision Manager.
Business activity monitoring (BAM)
Users can easily create real-time dashboards to monitor Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for processes and activities. With BAM, users can create real-time business dashboards to help the business team improve their organizational performance.
Collaboration between decision-makers
Use well-known business standards like BPMN and DMN to model and execute the business logic and enable your teammates to create, refine and validate their business logic with a friendly, intuitive User Interface (UI).
Modern and ready for the cloud
The deployment and flexibility of APIs allow for easy inclusion in your business application for trendy architectural concepts, like microservices and event-driven architecture deployed on top of the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
Using a lightweight, embeddable planning engine like OptaPlanner is the best solution for organizations with limited resources like hiring constraints, asset limits, and time mismanagement. Solve satisfaction problems and optimize resources at the same time.
Dynamic case management in the event-driven era
Case management doesn't have structured time bounds, and all cases typically don’t resolve at the same time, especially when you're working with client onboarding, dispute resolution, and fraud investigations.
With the advent of more modern technological frameworks and practices like microservices and event-driven processing, the number of potential case management solutions is growing. This article describes how you can make use of case management for dynamic workflow processing by using components like Process Automation Manager and Red Hat OpenShift.