Come along to our next event where Eric D. Schabell, JBoss technology evangelist for Integration and BPM products at Red Hat, will lead a hands-on workshop session. We’ll be running the same session, two nights in a row (choose either Edinburgh on 4th March or Glasgow on 5th March) and both are free to attend.
Rule the World – Practical Rules & BPM Development In this workshop you will get a chance to do just that, unlock the power of business rules engines and business processing for your development projects. Eric will take you through it all step-by-step, building rules, domain specific languages, using the wizards and editors that the JBoss BRMS & BPM Suite provide to create your own rules or process project.
You will have a choice in this workshop between an online web shop project or an HR employee rewards process project. Make sure to bring your laptop as this is a hands-on experience that will take you from nothing to a fully working rules or process experience with JBoss open source software. No experience in rules or processes is required. You will be guided by the experienced speaker and go home ready to apply what you have learned in your own projects.
Register If you would like to attend please email firstname.lastname@example.org specifying if you would like to attend the Edinburgh Event on 4th March or the Glasgow event on 5th March. The events are free to attend.
Agenda The programme will begin at 17.15 and run until around 19.30 and include complimentary drinks and buffet.
Recent budgetary and regulatory pressure have highlighted Open Data as a potentially efficient way to maximise the value data, encourage re-use and drive innovation.
CKAN (Comprehensive Knowledge Archive Network) is a powerful data management system that makes data accessible – by providing tools to streamline publishing, sharing, finding and using data. It has quickly become the world’s leading open-source data portal platform, adopted by most open governments and public bodies providing an Open Data portal, including the UK Cabinet Office with data.gov.uk.
This talk will provide an overview of CKAN’s features: how it has been designed to be extended and how it can be customised to integrate with your existing infrastructure and services to maximise the value of your data, either by using it as an Open Data portal, or internally as an information hub.
Building on the introduction to OpenShift from the main talk, David Meikle from Categorize Limited will present a short lighting talk on getting started with Apache Solr in OpenShift. Providing a (very) quick tour of Apache Solr and its ecosystem as well as the problems the products solve, he will help you get them up and running on OpenShift so you can leverage search in your solutions whilst exploring some of the key aspects of OpenShift along the way.
We are having to move the planned date for the next JBUG Scotland Event due to speaker diary conflicts. Please note the next event will not take place on 5th September but we will confirm a new date in the next week. Thanks