New blog – BPM in Practice – launched

Oracle North America Consulting’s BPM practice has set up a new blog where they plan to host articles from a variety of guest bloggers (me included) covering practical aspects of BPM implementation.  I would encourage you to take a look over the next few weeks as they start to get some material posted there.  The blog is located at http://blogs.oracle.com/practicalbpm/

From their newly launched site:

[This new space on] Oracle blogs is dedicated to practical implementation of Oracle’s BPM Suite and surrounding technologies.  This space is designed to host dozens of guest bloggers from the ranks of Oracle engineers, field solutions consultants, architects and general developers.  The goal is to disseminate practical guidelines and examples from actual implementations or proof of concept exercises.  Our hope is that it not only promotes greater use but better and more defined use of Oracle’s BPM Suite by those who have engaged it’s powerful capabilities.

As best practices, design patterns and common use cases emerge or are refined they will be discussed in detail here for the good of the BPM community.  Technical deep dives and short hands-on lab-like posts will also be a regular part of the menu so stay tuned and enjoy.

About Mark Nelson

Mark Nelson is an Architect (an "IC6") in the Fusion Middleware Central Development Team at Oracle. Mark's job is to make Fusion Middleware easy to use in the cloud and at home, for developers and operations folks, with special focus on continuous delivery, configuration management and provisioning - making it simple to manage the configuration of complex environments and applications built with Oracle Database, Fusion Middleware and Fusion Applications, on-premise and in the cloud. Before joining this team, Mark was a senior member of the A-Team since 2010, and worked in Sales Consulting at Oracle since 2006 and various roles at IBM since 1994.
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