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Live on YouTube: Demonstration of Model Interchange among BPMN 2.0 Tools

Roundtrip with BPMN 2.0 for Business-IT AlignmentNext Wednesday during the OMG Technical Meeting in Berlin, there will be another live demonstration of BPMN 2.0 tools and their interchange capabilities. The demo is performed by the OMG’s BPMN Model Interchange Working Group (MIWG) and will be streamed live on YouTube on Wednesday the 17th of June at 4:00pm Berlin time. The BPMN MIWG if comprised of BPMN vendors as well as end users and its mission is to improve, test and showcase the import and export capabilities of BPMN 2.0 tools.

Camunda has been contributing to this working group since the very beginning, because BPMN interchange allows users of Camunda BPM to leverage an increasing number of different process modelling tools for Business-IT Alignment.

This year’s demo will even show three different scenarios and for the first time also the interchange of an executable BPMN 2.0 process model. Camunda will participate in all three scenarios with it’s BPMN modeling tools Camunda Modeler and BPMN.io. In the scenario for executable model interchange the Camunda BPM Platform will be one of three executing BPMN 2.0 engines.

See the official press release for information on how to attend the event online or onsite.

2015-06-17 - MIWG Demo Invitation

Update: Presentation slides and video recording of the demo session:

BPMN MIWG Capability Demonstration Berlin 2015 from Denis Gagne

Falko Menge

About Falko Menge, Consultant / Trainer

Falko Menge is a senior consultant at camunda services GmbH. His core competency is the modeling standard BPMN 2.0 which he co-developed in his position as an active member of the OMG. Furthermore, he also co-authored the revised BPM certification OCEB 2. He is an active contributor in open-source BPM projects as well as author of numerous BPM and BPMN articles.

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