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Alessandro Rontani

Alessandro Rontani

Alessandro Rontani is a Middleware Solutions Architect for Extra and has worked on numerous integration projects. He holds a degree in Computer Science from the University of Pisa.
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3 Hollywood Plots To Help Us Learn Enterprise Integration Patterns

Alessandro Rontani,

It may not be the first comparison that comes to mind, but in fact, the world of film and TV series isn't too different from the world of system integration. To convince you, let's take some Hollywood scenes and compare them with enterprise integration patterns (EIP) to better understand how they work and what you can do with them.

Since the days of the original Star Wars, Hollywood has realized that having a consistent world and background story that goes deeper beyond what is shown in the film can contribute greatly to its success.

For example, what was most striking in the character of Luke Skywalker was not so much his character nor the actor who played him, but the fact that he was a Jedi apprentice, a futuristic warrior monk who's the heir of an ancient order that participated in the "Clone Wars". Nothing was said about the war except only for vague references. But just mentioning it gave the viewer the feeling of being in the midst of "something bigger".

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The 13th Labour of Hercules: Business Process Management (BPM)

Alessandro Rontani,

One quick way to measure the scale of a company is to look at the number and complexity of business processes that it runs. In a company that only has one customer, one office and three employees, an Excel spreadsheet can be enough to manage everything. But then, it becomes less manageable when the number of customers, turnover employees and branches increase.

In these cases, the internal processes grow in number and complexity because of legal obligations for different problems. Aside from this, a company is also required to manage processes imposed on it by external forces such as government agencies or larger companies with whom they need to integrate their certification processes and operations.

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Business Rules: Using Automation to Manage Complexity

Alessandro Rontani,

It's no surprise that the evolution or growth of an organization can face many problems if not supported by innovative tools and systems. By using Business Process Management (BPM) and technological solutions that allow you to draw processes without the need to write code, we can overcome communication challeges between users, business analysts and IT professionals. Red Hat's JBoss BPM Suite is one of the BPM solutions leading the market today.

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4 Advantages of System Integration Through Open Source Platforms

Alessandro Rontani,

There was a time perhaps when your office might have been one of the most innovative of its time - having the best IT system that made your business processes computerized, automated and efficient. These certainly gave you an edge over your competitors. However, nothing is forever - especially in the world of technology. 

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