In the digital age, automating business processes is no longer an option—it’s an imperative.
Bernd Ruecker’s latest book, Practical Process Automation: Orchestration and Integration in Microservices and Cloud Native Architectures, presents a developer-friendly view on how process automation compares to business process management, service-oriented architecture, batch processing, event streaming and data pipeline solutions.
Readers will also find:
- How to utilize process automation in cloud-scale or low-latency scenarios
- Options for designing architecture that facilitates process automation
- Methods for modeling processes properly to avoid potential pitfalls
- And more!
With this digital release, you get the first several chapters of Practical Process Automation to begin using the ideas within to create meaningful, comprehensive, and connected business solutions through process automation.
What Others are Saying
"It should be on every architect’s bookshelf."
Randy Shoup, VP Engineering and Chief Architect at eBay
"I highly recommend this book for architects and developers who want to add process automation thinking to their design toolkit."
Richard Tarling, Digitization & Workflow Engineering Co-lead at Goldman Sachs
"No one better than Bernd to show us that perception has little to do with workflow and process automation but merely with past implementations."
Gregor Hohpe, author of Enterprise Integration Patterns and The Software Architect Elevator
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