Database

A collection of records stored in a computer in a systematic way, such that a computer program called a database management system (DBMS) can consult it to answer questions. DBMSs can manage many forms of data, including text, images, sound, and video. For better retrieval and sorting, each record is usually organized as a set of data elements. The items retrieved in answer to queries become information that can be used to make decisions that might otherwise be more difficult or impossible to make.

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This technical note describes three configurations of the ActiveVOS Identity Service using: Apache Tomcat/MySQL, JBoss/Oracle DB, and Oracle WebLogic/Oracle DB.

The basics of SOA-based service orchestration for Java developers.

This document describes the ActiveVOS Server Architecture

Trafigura Ltd, one of the largest independent companies trading commodities, needed to create a platform capable of producing a number of sophisticated commodities market risk reports on a daily basis, in a reliable and timely manner. The platform was intended to be simple to maintain and extend as the company grows and trades new classes of financial instruments. After careful consideration, the ActiveVOS BPEL engine was selected.

See an overview of Active Endpoints and our flagship product, ActiveVOS. The video describes detailed use cases, extensive product highlights and selected customer success stories. Learn how you can use ActiveVOS to automate business processes and increase efficiency across your organization.

Watch this video for a brief overview of Active Endpoints and our flagship product, ActiveVOS.

Get to know ActiveVOS through an in depth live demonstration. Key features of the process automation platform are presented, including a BPMN 2.0 modeler that guarantees that there will be no round-trip problems or translations between BPMN and BPEL, and an AJAX-based, services-enabled forms designer which makes human tasks easy to integrate into system processes. A live Q&A concludes the session.

Vintage Old Stock is a fictional antique car-restoration business that has implemented BPM to improve its core processes of customer service, quoting of restoration jobs and gaining visibility into the turnaround time for a restoration job.

VOSton Mutual is a fictional insurance company specializing in personal property lines of insurance. As the company has grown, so too has the number of claims. To streamline the claims process, customers may submit new claims directly. ActiveVOS is deployed to orchestrate and co-ordinate the claims process.

This sample is a loan-processing application. After a loan request is entered, the ActiveVOS BPMS determines the level of risk and then, depending on the calculated risk, routes the loan request through a series of human tasks and/or automated processing.

In this short demo Dr Michael Rowley explains how you can use BPMN 2.0 primatives to quickly model your processes in the ActiveVOS Designer.

See how to use the ActiveVOS designer to create BPMN 2.0 compliant business processes.

Find out how to use the ActiveVOS designer to make executable business processes ready for deployment.

Explore the features and capabilities of ActiveVOS 8.0 - the latest BPMS release from Active Endpoints.

Analyst Sandra Rogers says that "organizations are discovering that the use of more visual and self-documenting solutions can better ensure that requirements are commonly understood and agreed upon, and measure if certain business goals met. Utilizing a BPMS like ActiveVOS can help individuals capture current and future states. It allows for multiple and concurrent cycles while designing and enhancing business processes. Because of this, BPMS software can greatly impact overall business results."