Articles by Markus Schärtel
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One major goal of the Internet of Things and Services (IoT) is the connection and interaction of systems and things. Formerly, most of those things were offline and not able to play a role in a networked world. Now, those kind of connected systems provide users added value by supplying services across domain boundaries, e.g. telemedicine, energy, mobility, smart homes. By integrating systems and things in this exciting, networked world, not only new stakeholders come into play, but also the number of situations grows immensely. Read more…
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I have continued my interview series with James Taylor, Decision Management Expert. This time we´ve talked about dynamic and event-driven applications and why those kinds of applications need business rules and need those rules to be managed effectively.
Enjoy listening James Taylor´s thoughts on this approach and on our efforts to develop a platform, which helps to quickly set-up dynamic event-driven applications. Read more…
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I have talked to James Taylor, Decision Management Expert about the Internet of Things and the role of business rules in this distributed and connected world.
Personally, I found two aspects especially interesting to hear from James:
- One is what James thinks about the challenge to handle rules when the things
are owned by consumers.
- The second is how he reflects decision management disciplines and technologies – that
are traditionally focused on enterprise applications – for the extended world of things
and objects. This is still very new and at the same time seems very obvious.
Which is your opinion on the Internet of Things and the role of (business) rules in this world? Which role will rules play? Will they help to reduce complexity?
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Last week I had the pleasure to attend the Building Business Capability (BBC) Conference 2010 which took place at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center in Alexandria, Virginia. Very nice location, by the way. For the first time it was a combination of the three events business process forum, business analyst forum, and last but not least business rules forum. In my very own opinion this conjunction added a lot of value to the event itself Read more…
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The leading idea of Innovations has always been to involve business experts by using the business rules approach in the application development reality. As architect, I´ve been joining bosch Software Innovations right at the start of the company. Naturally, we´ve always intensely been experiencing and implementing how business rules can be used profitably.