Eric Herness (firstname.lastname@example.org), Distinguished Engineer, IBM
Christina Lau (email@example.com), Distinguished Engineer, IBM
Michael Gilfix (firstname.lastname@example.org), Lead Architect, IBM
13 Aug 2008
Updated 21 Aug 2008
On August 21st, WebSphere® experts Eric Herness, Christina
Lau, and Michael Gilfix discussed and answered questions about the WebSphere
Business Process Management (BPM)
V6.1.2 product suite. The suite
provides foundational offerings in the IBM BPM Suite
that makes it easier for you to get started with
BPM. The chat
covered using business space and REST to enable the portfolio, using
the asset repository for BPM, the integration of WebSphere Business Modeler and WebSphere Business Services Fabric,
and extending the reach of Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) to mobile devices.
This chat is for business and technical users who are interested in the
WebSphere BPM V6.1.2 product suite.
About this chat
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About the moderators
Eric Herness is an IBM Distinguished Engineer and is the Chief Architect
for Business Process Management (BPM) and WebSphere Business Integration products in the
Application Integration Middleware (AIM) Division of the Software Group. Eric is a
senior member of the WebSphere Foundation Architecture Board and a member of the
Software Group Architecture Board Steering Committee.
Eric's screen name for this chat is EricHerness.
Christina Lau is a Distinguished Engineer and leads the BPM Architecture
and Advanced Technology Team, focusing on future BPM technologies and
consumability improvements in the
IBM BPM offerings.
Christina's screen name for this chat is christinalau.
Michael Gilfix is a Lead Architect for the WebSphere BPM products. He is
focused on Web architecture and technologies and
is a lead architect for the WebSphere BPM Business Space component.
Michael's screen name for this chat is mgilfix.
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