SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration – PI | B2B | BPM | BRM on SCN – September 2012
Dear Process Orchestration Community,
With 5 spaces and 3 subspaces I believed we would have enough “feature” space to distinguish most prominently more contributors. You have been doing such a great job that we’re always short of feature space.
Having hard times to decide what to feature now and what later I thought that a community as big and active as ours deserves a bulletin so everyone can catch up on what they missed throughout the month.
A monthly newsletter for all contributions in the area of SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration, PI, B2B, BPM, Composition, SAP Business Workflow, BRM (including SAP NetWeaver BRM, BRFplus, SAP NetWeaver DSM) seemed a good solution for mentioning and appreciating all your contributions.
So it was given a go.
One secret thought I admit has also driven this is the hope this could inspire and encourage more new contributors and more quality content.
All Moderators of our areas are welcome to suggest “Moderators picks” for the month in the comments or by messaging me.
Blogs and articles are listed but not discussions to keep this compact.
No discussions but one:
Should you think a particular discussion is very helpful and should be mentioned please share it in the comments. Some content from previous months that we wanted to highlight is also included.
I’ve done my best to list all blogs and articles published in September, however if I missed you please write a comment here and you will be added.
We hope to see you on following the spaces we have created for you for useful insights:
- Process Orchestration
- Process Integration
- Business Process Management including Composition, Modeling and Workflow
- Business Rules Management including SAP NetWeaver BRM, SAP NetWeaver DSM and BRFplus
- B2B Integration
Here is your September issue of: SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration => PI | B2B | BPM | BRM | Workflow on SCN
Thanks to all new and continuous contributors and thanks for reading.
Take care and keep up the good work!