This blog post is the third of a five-part series based on the keynote I presented at CamundaCon 2019 (You can find the recording on YouTube). You can read the first blog in this series here.
In essence, I recommend:
- Prioritizing customer-focused innovation.
- Bringing technology to the heart of your company.
- Automating your business, one project at a time.
- Putting executives in charge who care about long-term success, their people and the world.
This blog post is the first of a five-part series based on the keynote I presented at CamundaCon 2019 (You can find the recording on YouTube).
The Quest for the Digital Enterprise
A few weeks ago a Startup called Ethos raised $60M Venture Capital, bringing their external funding to more than $100M within 14 Months. Ethos want to make getting life insurance fast and easy by “turning a process that was once like going to the DMV to more like shopping online”.
There’s a perception that business process management (BPM) platforms are one of those staid categories of software where the pace of innovation is glacial. However, at CamundaCon 2019 last week, it quickly became apparent that modern BPM software is quickly emerging as one of the pillars of digital business innovation.
Business today is more dynamic than ever before. As organizations begin to realize how pervasively businesses rely on software, a steady stream of updates to applications is key to attaining and maintaining competitive advantage. The sooner reliable software updates are deployed, the faster the business can evolve and adapt.
Building microservices is relatively easy. The hard part is teaching them to dance.
That’s the challenge software development teams now find themselves wrestling with as the number of microservices in an IT environment that need to be managed starts to exponentially increase, says Bernd Rücker, co-founder, chief technologist and developer advocate.
At the CamundaCon 2019 conference, Camunda CTO Daniel Meyer provided attendees with the first glimpse of a managed cloud instance of the company’s namesake business process management (BPM) platform.
At a sold-out CamundaCon 2019 conference, Camunda CEO Jakob Freund today shared a vision for how to build a flexible digital business capable of operating at true enterprise scale.
CamundaCon 2019 is just around the corner! Rob Parker, Enterprise Architect at Australia Post, will be presenting Innovative Problems For Elegant Solutions and he’s shared with us a sneak peak at the kind of out-of-the-box thinking his presentation will cover:
Everybody is likely familiar with Sudoku puzzles. When I solve them, I typically use little pencil marks to track which values are still feasible in unresolved cells. In other words, for each unresolved cell, I annotate it with the set of remaining possible values or its domain. As each cell is solved, the implication is propagated to its neighbouring cells by crossing off the infeasible values (domain narrowing) from each set of candidate values. This technique is effectively a form of constraint propagation with domain narrowing.