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Daryl Pereira 270002AW8D firstname.lastname@example.org | | Tags:  business_rules ilog ibmimpact brms
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This year’s IBM Impact conference will see a strong focus on ILOG technologies, which have been a key part of the IBM software story since early 2009. In particular, there will be presentations, deep dives and workshops on how to add value to an IBM BPM solution using WebSphere ILOG Business Rule Management Systems (BRMS).
Chris Berg, a BRMS product manager has been heavily involved in the integration of ILOG and IBM technologies and I had the chance to ask a few questions around what we can expect on this topic at Impact.
Who are you and what is your role at IBM?
Can you give us a quick overview of what sessions are you presenting at this year's Impact?
1545 Enhancing WebSphere BPM Solutions with WebSphere ILOG JRules
These sessions will cover a large array of integration use cases between JRules and WPS including WID, Modeler and Compass. We will touch multiple roles (Architect, Developer, Business Analyst) in these sessions and in the LAB will provide hands on for the most common scenarios. I will be sharing these sessions with Eric Erpenbach and Allen Chan who are both representing various aspects of the WPS runtime and tooling respectively. The focus of these session will show the value of appropriate tooling and why BRMS is so critical to BPM for reuse and agility focusing more deeply on the life cycle between the two.
If there was one key message you would like attendees at this year's Impact to take away, what would that be?
What other sessions are you particularly interested in attending at the event?
What for you has been the biggest change as a result of ILOG becoming part of IBM?
If readers are interested in finding out more about BRMS products, what should they do?
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