More movement in the world of BPM. Fuego follows Plumtree into the BEA stable. Note that Plumtree has OEMed Fuego for some time now, so integration into their portal exists, to some degree. Now let's see if BEA improves upon the Fuego support for SOAP and XML and doesn't diminish the robustness of their support organization. The press release.
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Not exactly sure why, but I'll be on a panel Wednesday, October 19th, at the BPX2005 conference in San Diego speaking on BPM. More interestingly, there is an overlapping SOA conference I'll be attending.
Business Process Management (BPM) is simply the modeling, execution, measurement, and subsequent improvement of business processes. Most pure-play BPM vendors offer tools to support all of the above. But it must be recognized that each of those pieces are an industry all their own, and to accept that a company has solved all of them sufficiently and now offer a suite of integrated tools, should be considered critically.
I've spent a portion of the last year or so looking at executable process applications built through visual modeling of activities and participants. Many of these applications can by styled as either workflow, BPM, or just service orchestration.
Obviously, in any industry, a given vendor will have strengths and weaknesses compared to her competitors. The BPM space being no different seems to have two opposing ends. Back-end integration and human-to-human workflow, which are met in the middle with a process language.