Welcome to the second Russian open MITAP Camunda BPM which will be held May 30th 2019 at the Raiffeisenbank site in Nagatino.
To see how the first Camunda BPM Community Mithap went in this post
It’s very important for us to form communities and share knowledge and experience both internally and externally. That’s why we regularly hold open mitups in different areas.
A strong community is a cool place to grow, so we not only invite you to the mithap, but also actively encourage everyone to join the chat room Camunda BPM User Group Life is easier and more fun with community support, because then you can quickly ask a colleague something or just drop an interesting article or meme.
Do you want to chat? Then you here
And now for the mitap. There are four reports on the event program :
Denis Kotov, Tinkoff business process architect and author of the bpmn2.ru blog:
"I’ll talk about what components other than Camunda are needed in a process-oriented solution. We’ll talk about what components should be responsible for, how to communicate with each other, and what the benefits of this separation are."
Mstislav Martyniuk, business process architect at Reunico:
"I will tell about the experience of using Camunda DMN as a decision-making system (DSS) in the banking industry : how the decision-making process looks like on the example of granting an overdraft to a legal entity – to grant or not / if to grant, how much? How do we get the data and what data sources do we use? How are these data processed and enriched in the process? How is the solution used? What other cases might DMN be used in?"
Alexei Efremov, lead architect at Nexign:
"Along with the guys, we’ll talk about our experiences using Camunda as a BSS process orchestrator for telecom, using Camunda as a universal configurable backend for CRM systems, and our misadventures with CMMN."
Roman Yakupov, a typical Raiffeisenbank developer who uses Camunda in everyday tasks :
"At the mitap, I’ll tell you how to build transitions between user screens based on business processes in Camunda. On the example of a demo application, I’ll show the implementation of the so-called UI Mediator pattern, explain when it’s useful to apply this pattern, and of course, mention a couple of pitfalls."
Doors open for guests at 6:30 p.m., start of event at 7 p.m.
To participate in the event, it is mandatory to register