From Calls to Events: Architecting Future BPM Systems
Contemporary BPM systems fit very well with traditional architectures that are based on a pull invocation principle, such as SOA. The proliferation of sensors and streams of events has lead to event driven architectures that decouple event producers and consumers. EDAs are push-based and support different control structures. Future BPM systems must therefore deal both with pull and push-based architectures. In this talk we will analyze the interplay of the different architectures, their components and the desirable and achievable correctness notions and non-functional properties.
About the presenter
Alejandro Buchmann is professor for databases and distributed systems in the Computer Science Department of Technische Universität Darmstadt. His current interests are event based systems and middleware, large adaptive distributed systems, sensor networks, and data management on new storage media.