Making JBoss Fuse, Data Virtualisation and BPMS Work Together – Part 2

Recap

In the previous installment, I outlined the use case or business scenario we are implementing using the 3 JBoss middleware products. In this installment, I am going to describe the Fuse to Business-as-a-service (Business rules application on the Realtime Decision Server) integration which validates the XML data and the Fuse to BPMS integration which kicks off a business process instance for a mortgage application as well as the Fuse to JBoss Data Virtualisation integration. Continue reading Making JBoss Fuse, Data Virtualisation and BPMS Work Together – Part 2

Making JBoss Fuse, Data Virtualisation and BPMS Work Together – Part 1

Introduction

Red Hat has been using the phrase “Accelerate, Integrate and Automate”, for sometime now, to explain its comprehensive middleware portfolio to its customers. Red Hat middleware does not work in isolation. It is imperative that these different middleware products can work together to achieve a business outcome.

In this article, I am going to show you how to make the 2 “Integrate” products: JBoss Fuse (Fuse), JBoss Data Virtualisation (JDV) and the “Automate” products: JBoss Business Process Management Suite (BPMS)/JBoss Business Rules Management System (BRMS) work together. Since BPMS/BRMS and JDV run on JBoss Application Server (EAP), I can even claim that this example involves middleware products of all 3 categories ie, Accelerate, Integrate and Automate. Continue reading Making JBoss Fuse, Data Virtualisation and BPMS Work Together – Part 1