Use WebSphere ILOG Rule Team Server to query rules repository and work with rule history

Learn how business users can create a query to filter specific rules, and then use the results to compare changes that have occurred to a business rule.

Brett Stineman (bstineman@us.ibm.com), Product Marketing, IBM WebSphere Business Rules, IBM

Brett Stineman is the Product Marketing Manager for IBM's WebSphere ILOG Business Rules Management System (BRMS) product family. Over the course of his career, he has been involved in marketing, product management and operations at various enterprise software companies, focusing on business rules management, business process management, content management and hosted applications.



Laurent Tarin (laurent.tarin@fr.ibm.com), Product Marketing, IBM WebSphere Business Rules, IBM

Laurent Tarin comes to IBM from the ILOG acquisition, where he contributed in a variety of positions for 14 years. At ILOG, he was a member of the Strategic Business Development group, positioning ILOG software in the BPM market and promoting the advantage of connecting business rules management systems to BPM solutions. After supporting the ILOG European alliance team in the SOA space, Laurent is now a member of the Business Rules Product Marketing team in the IBM WebSphere Division.



17 November 2009

Learn how business users can create a query to filter specific rules, and then use the results to compare changes that have occurred to a business rule.

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