• January 15, 2007
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The fabric of BPM

WebMethods has introduced Fabric 7.0, its flagship product suite, which, it says, provides a unified environment for process development, automation and monitoring.

The company reports the major highlight of the new version is WebMethods BPMS, a business process management suite that includes an Eclipse-based process modeling environment for codeless development, extensive support for both human-to-human and system-to-system task flow, business rules management and a new semantic metadata library. Also noteworthy is integrated and enhanced process monitoring and real-time business analytics, which deliver actionable insight to rapidly improve business processes.

Fabric 7.0 also includes the company's Infravio X-Registry and WebMethods Infravio X-Broker for service-oriented architecture. Other key capabilities of WebMethods Fabric include:

  • the creation, management and governance of reusable services within a service-oriented architecture;
  • the management and automation of business processes, human workflow and transactional systems;
  • the codeless development of composite applications, customized business processes and user dashboards from reusable components; and
  • the integrated monitoring and real-time analysis of business, process and operational performance.

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