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Bhairavnath Lamkane | June 8, 2016
IBM Operational Decision Management (ODM) provides a built-in set of REST API endpoints for Rule Project management and execution. IBM ODM is very flexible, giving developers several options when it comes to rule execution and rule project management. Rule client implementation is solely dependent on the third-party applications that invoke the rules. One of the most commonly used applications is... + continue reading
Stephen Cox | June 8, 2016
Back in the day, you could pretty much put 'aaS' after any other letter of the alphabet and you had invented a fantastic new IT concept. It's fair to say I struggled to understand the most basic of these. Software, Platform, Infrastructure—all 'As A Service'. They sound fab to your mate with a 'man bun' who full appreciates "Node JS" isn't a... + continue reading
Stephen Cox | June 7, 2016
cognitive [kog-ni-tiv] adjective of or relating to cognition; concerned with the act or process of knowing, perceiving, etc.  If you were like me when I first heard cognitive, you have no idea what it is when related to your business. The first thing you'd probably do is reach for Google. Instantly you have the answer, or should I say, an answer. "Relating to Cognition... + continue reading
Parthasarathi Jayapathi | June 2, 2016
Can BPM Coaches be Leveraged for BPEL Processes? Since the acquisition of Lombardi by IBM and its subsequent merger with WebSphere Process Server, Business Process Model & Notation (BPMN) and Coaches have become exceptionally popular in the Business Process Management (BPM) world. This is especially true with the IBM customers that are in the trenches and using BPM/WebSphere Process... + continue reading
Artur Sahakyan | May 18, 2016
Ensuring rule accuracy, ease of use and business-friendliness are an important part of rule development in IBM Operational Decision Management (ODM). This blog discusses the advantages of using dynamic domains for Business Object Model (BOM) field(s) and provides step-by-step instructions on how to implement dynamic domains. Dynamic domains can be used to reduce inaccuracies... + continue reading
Leif Davidsen | May 18, 2016
Go faster. Faster. Move it! Or actually don’t move it. There are times when to go faster you need to stop moving. We are all familiar with the parable of the tortoise and the hare – where slow and steady wins the race. But what about not moving at all? Sometimes that makes you go much faster. And in the case of the latest update to the IBM MQ Appliance that is exactly what we are... + continue reading