Last month at CamundaCon2019, I gave a keynote on using a BPMS and microservices to build a business automation platform. It’s not for everyone, but I specified some of the use cases and what needs to go into it. You can see the recording here:
On November 12, I’ll be expanding on some of those themes in a webinar sponsored by Camunda:
- Why a monolithic architecture, whether a legacy application or an all-in-one business automation platform, lacks the agility and scalability required for businesses to survive and thrive
- How a best-of-breed business automation platform can be assembled from a set of components in a microservices architecture
- How to migrate from your legacy systems to a best-of-breed business automation platform
In particular, the new bit on migrating legacy systems is drawn from my best practices developed over years of consulting as a systems architect/designer.
You can sign up for the webinar here; if you can’t make it on that date, sign up anyway and you’ll get a link to the recording.
(Cross-posted @ Column 2)