Business Process Management: 7th International Conference, by Umeshwar Dayal, Johann Eder, Jana Koehler, Hajo A. Reijers

By Umeshwar Dayal, Johann Eder, Jana Koehler, Hajo A. Reijers

This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the seventh overseas convention on company strategy administration, BPM 2009, held in Ulm, Germany, in September 2009.

The quantity includes 19 revised complete learn papers conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 116 submissions, in addition to three invited talks.

The convention has a list of attracting leading edge study of the best quality relating to all points of BPM, together with thought, frameworks, tools, strategies, architectures, criteria, and empirical findings.

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Kepler automatically routes data to and from the underlying compute resources as needed, waiting for services to complete, retrying failed service invocations, and dealing transparently with the different ways applications must be invoked on a local machine, on a Linux cluster, or at a supercomputer center. As a further example, the workflow in Figure 5(b) can be used to refine a sequence alignment produced by the workflow in Figure 5(a) using the (locally installed) Gblocks application included with the pPod extension to Kepler.

Cheaper, faster and better. But suddenly BPM is all about Agility. BPM for change. BPM is sexy too! At the same time, BPM is considered to be a tool for compliance, risk management and a means to guarantuee SLA’s, KPI’s, etc. Control! So how can this be? BPM does not bring agility by itself. Nothing is more agile than processes that are not under control of any system. BPM is only called agile, because it gives more flexibility than built-in process control in legacy applications. At least, that is what we all believe (or say we believe).

At least, that is what we all believe (or say we believe). We call this the flexibility paradox. Process automation adds control, takes away flexibility and at the same time brings agility. What do analysts, vendors and consultants say about BPM and agility? Gartner says: “Business Process Management is a discipline that enables business agility in three important ways. It allows faster and better-informed decisions, reduces the process revision cycle time, and promotes consensus for rapid adoption of change”[1].

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