Category Archives: DMN

A New Music Album from DMN Guru Alan Fish

You can listen a new music album written by Alan Fish, one of the creators of the DMN standard. You may meet Alan in July at DecisionCAMP-2017 where he will present the latest news in the DMN 1.2 and will … Continue reading

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DMN 1.1 XML: from Modeling to Automation

Thierry Biard summarized his experience with DMN Interchange Format in this article. He analyzes DMN 1.1 XML implementations provided by Signavio Decision Manager and Drools 7.0 from the MDA (Model Driven Architecture) perspective.

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Decision Management Solutions is our New Sponsor

DMCommunity.org welcomes a new premium sponsor Decision Management Solutions (DMS). Led by James Taylor, a well-known expert in the field of Decision Management and the decision modeling, DMS helps organizations harness data-driven decision making by applying analytics, business rules and associated … Continue reading

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bpmNEXT-2017 on Apr 18-20 in Santa Barbara

Now in its fifth year, bpmNEXT is the definitive showcase of the next generation of Business Process Management software – including intelligent operations, the Internet of Things, mobile case management, business decision management, automated process discovery, and goal-directed processes. This … Continue reading

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Drools Now Implements DMN

Following the announcement from last year, the popular open source Drools rules engine added full run-time support for DMN at compliance level 3 into its upcoming version 7.0. As of January/2017, the implementation is feature complete and the team is … Continue reading

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Bruce Silver: Will DMN achieve BPMN adoption?

Bruce Silver, a BPMN guru and a member of the OMG DMN task force, just published his view of the current state and future of the DMN standard. “Whether DMN can achieve adoption similar to BPMN remains an open question. Of course, … Continue reading

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