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  • Design Principles for Process-driven Architectures Using Oracle BPM and SOA Suite 12c

    SOABPMPacktRelease: 6.2015
    Authors: Matjaz B. Juric, Sven Bernhardt, Hajo Normann, Danilo Schmiedel, Guido Schmutz, Mark Simpson, Torsten Winterberg

    This book is a design handbook and provides skills to successfully design, implement, and optimize business processes on top of SOA. Starting with business process modeling, it shows design principles to architect sound process architectures. It presents best practices for modeling business processes using BPMN, together with design principles for services and composite applications. It provides detailed coverage of how to prepare business processes for execution. An in-depth explanation of human interactions is given and also principles and best practices for using rules.

    Moving on, Adaptive Case Management principles are explained, along with the reach of business processes to mobile devices and ensuring multichannel interactions. Business activity monitoring, event-driven architectures, complex event processing in relation to business processes, and enabling integration with events and IoT devices are explained. The design principles and best practices are demonstrated in a practical way on a rental car use case.  For more infomation please visit Packt bookstore here.

  • Podcast Show Notes: The Case for Adaptive Case Management

    acmPodcastOTNRelease: 9.2014
    Author: Bob Rhubart

    The latest OTN ArchBeat Podcast is a three-part series that looks at the evolution and adoption of Adaptive Case Management through the insight of a panel of experts.

     

    The Panelists

    • Nico Van Benthem, senior consultant, eProseed
      Manas Deb, president and COO, eProseed
      Oracle ACE Director Lonneke Dikmans , managing partner, eProseed
      Oracle ACE Director Danilo Schmiedel, solution architect, Opitz Consulting
      Oracle ACE Director Torsten Winterberg, business development and innovation, Opitz Consulting

    The Conversation

    • Listen to Part 1: The panel discusses the basics of ACM and how it relates to Business Process Management.
    • Listen to Part 2: A discussion of the forces that are driving the evolution in Adaptive Case Management.
    • Listen to Part 3: What business domains are driving the adoption of Adaptive Case Management? What are some of the common missteps in that adoption?
  • Thriving On Adaptability: Best Practices for Knowledge Workers

    Thriving on Adaptability FrontCover150x250Release: 1.2015
    Authors: Keith Swenson, Layna Fischer, Jürgen Kress, Hajo Normann, Clemens Utschig-Utschig, Torsten Winterberg

    Adaptive Case Management is ultimately about allowing knowledge workers to work the way that they want to work and to provide them with the tools and information they need to do so effectively.

    After seven months of traveling Curiosity lands on Mars. The engineers in NASA mission control are excited to start scientific research. These scientists have a special challenge; the Mars rover is so far away and the signal takes so long, that they need to rely on automation in order to maintain control in the wildest  scenarios. There are many decisions that must be made on a daily, and even on a minute-to-minute basis. Involving the scientist in every possible decision, given the round trip time to consult and answer, would slow the research to – literally – a crawl.

    The scientists who operate the rover are knowledge workers. Just like knowledge workers in a business setting, they must figure out how to accomplish goals, as they uncover new information that affects their goals. The automation that they use built into Curiosity is very much like the business processes that businesses use to achieve their goals: the process works fine as long as the situation matches what was expected. But what happens to a business process when confronted with something unexpected? This chapter takes us on an exploration of how to adapt to the unexpected--including a Little Green Man--using the Mars Curiosity as an entertaining, but highly enlightening example. 

    For more infomation please visit the Future Strategies bookstore here.

  • Thriving On Adaptability: Best Practices for Knowledge Workers

    Thriving on Adaptability FrontCover150x250Release: 1.2015
    Authors: Keith Swenson, Layna Fischer, Jürgen Kress, Hajo Normann, Clemens Utschig-Utschig, Torsten Winterberg

    Adaptive Case Management is ultimately about allowing knowledge workers to work the way that they want to work and to provide them with the tools and information they need to do so effectively.

    After seven months of traveling Curiosity lands on Mars. The engineers in NASA mission control are excited to start scientific research. These scientists have a special challenge; the Mars rover is so far away and the signal takes so long, that they need to rely on automation in order to maintain control in the wildest  scenarios. There are many decisions that must be made on a daily, and even on a minute-to-minute basis. Involving the scientist in every possible decision, given the round trip time to consult and answer, would slow the research to – literally – a crawl.

    The scientists who operate the rover are knowledge workers. Just like knowledge workers in a business setting, they must figure out how to accomplish goals, as they uncover new information that affects their goals. The automation that they use built into Curiosity is very much like the business processes that businesses use to achieve their goals: the process works fine as long as the situation matches what was expected. But what happens to a business process when confronted with something unexpected? This chapter takes us on an exploration of how to adapt to the unexpected--including a Little Green Man--using the Mars Curiosity as an entertaining, but highly enlightening example. 

    For more infomation please visit the Future Strategies bookstore here.

     

     

  • Torsten Winterberg

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    OPITZ CONSULTING

    Torsten Winterberg is active in several roles at OPITZ CONSULTING all with a strong focus on delivering value to the customer: Being part of the business development & innovation department he searches and evaluates emerging trends and technologies to deliver innovative and differentiating solutions to customers. As a director of the competence center for integration and business process solutions he follows his passion to build the best delivery unit for customer solutions in the area of SOA and BPM. Torsten has long-time experience as developer, coach and architect in the area of building complex mission critical Java EE applications. His competence and passion lies in the design and architecture of complex IT systems with regard to BPMN, BPEL, ESB, BAM and service oriented architecture in general. He is a known speaker in the German Java and Oracle communities and has written numerous articles on SOA/BPM related topics. Torsten is part of the Oracle ACE director team (ACE=Acknowledged Community Expert) and leads the DOAG middleware community.

    To contact Torsten please visit:  Linkedin  Blog  Twitter

  • Torsten Winterberg

    Torsten Winterberg is active in several roles at OPITZ CONSULTING all with a strong focus on delivering value to the customer: Being part of the business development & innovation department he searches and evaluates emerging trends and technologies to deliver innovative and differentiating solutions to customers. As a director of the competence center for integration and business process solutions he follows his passion to build the best delivery unit for customer solutions in the area of SOA and BPM. Torsten has long-time experience as developer, coach and architect in the area of building complex mission critical Java EE applications. His competence and passion lies in the design and architecture of complex IT systems with regard to BPMN, BPEL, ESB, BAM and service oriented architecture in general. He is a known speaker in the German Java and Oracle communities and has written numerous articles on SOA/BPM related topics. Torsten is part of the Oracle ACE director team (ACE=Acknowledged Community Expert) and leads the DOAG middleware community.

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