Red Hat
Sep 25, 2012
by Kris Verlaenen
In 4 weeks, the IntelliFest 2012 conference will take place in San Diego (starting Monday October 22nd).  IntelliFest is the successor of RulesFest and as always brings a mix of presentations, both for managers and developers, and bootcamps to get the practical experience.  


As part of that, there will also be a FREE Drools & jBPM bootcamp and a healthcare day.  Tihomir will take care of the jBPM presentations there, giving an overview of jBPM, BPMN2 and human tasks.



Program Overview :

Monday - Healthcare focus for Rules, Workflow, Ontologies and Events (Free)

Tuesday - General Drools&jBPM session (Free)

Wed - Fri - General IntelliFest Sessions



There are limited spaces, so  register soon here .









Monday - Healthcare focus for Rules, Workflow, Ontologies and Events (free)



0830-0920  Captain Emory Fry, MD

Socratic Grid : Open Source Distributed Decision Support for Healthcare



0930-1020   Dr Robert Greenes , Department of Biomedical Informatics, Arizona State University

Key Note :  Embedding Decision Support in Clinical Systems



1030-1120  Dr  Aziz Boxwala , Division of Biomedical Informatics, University of California

Clinical Decision Support Consortium



1130-1200  Dr  Seong Ki Mun , President and CEO of OSEHRA

Open Source Electronic Health Record Agent 



1200:1300  Lunch



1300-1350     Dr Davide Sottara , Department of Biomedical Informatics, Arizona State University

Knowledge Representation Standards For Building Executable Clinical Processes Models



1400-1450   David Shields , Health ITS, University of Utah

OpenCDS: a Clinical Decision Support Infrastructure Based on Drools



1500-1520  Harold Solbring , Division of Biomedical Informatics, Mayo Clinic

Semantic Wiki



1530-1655  Conor Dowling , Caregraf

Semantic Terminology Services



1600-1620  Dr  Xiao Hu , Department of Neurosurgery, University of California

Clinical Decision Support Driven Alarms



1630-1700

Panel Discussion - Collaboration Opportunities



Tuesday - General Drools&jBPM Workshop (free)

 

8.00 AM: Breakfast Social – pre-laptop setup, and QA time with solution Architects.  

-Key will be provided to setup your laptop, so you can view and run the examples used during the talks.
9.00 BRMS Product Overview (Prakash Aradhya 15min) 

How we turn the Drools and jBPM communtiy parts into a world class product. Supporting and harvesting all the innovation done in the open community, Red Hat delivers reliable, dependable and integrated solutions for enterprise customers.
9.15 Introduction to Drools Expert (Mark Proctor 45min)  

Drools Expert covers the business rule engine. A gentle, example driven, dive into the Drools technical rule language and engine features.
10.10 Introduction to Drools Fusion (Edson Tirelli 45min)  

Learn how Drools does CEP differently. Our unified approach extends Drools Expert with a series of language and sub-engine extensions to provide temporal reasoning and event correlation.
11.05 Introduction to jBPM and BPMN2 (Tihomir Surdilovic 45min)  

jBPM is a BPM engine designed for flexible processes, implementing and extending the BPMN2 spec. Built form the ground up to be part of a unified strategy for business automation and decision management. jBPM fully integrates with Drools Expert and Fusion.
11.45 Decision Modelling with Graphical Editors (Edson Tirelli 30min)  

Drools Expert provides sophisticated web based tooling, around decision tables, guided editors and templates. Our decision modelling approach draws from the very best research found at Dr Jan Vanthienien school of Decision Modelling.
12.30 Working Lunch – Experience Drools and jBPM – Hands on labs (Optional) (1hour)
13.30 Human Tasks up Close and Personal (Tihomir Surdilovic 40min)  

Human tasks are a central component of BPM. This example driven talk will build an example live, demonstrating what jBPM’s Human Task technology can do for you.
14.20 Building Games with Drools – Pong, Snake and Wumpus (Mark Proctor 40min)  

Time for some hard play, learn how to build classic computer games with Drools. These also provide interesting exercises in BA requirements gathering.
15.10 Drools Planner a Quick Overview (Geoffrey De Smet 40min)  

Whether it’s employee rostering, task scheduling, vehicle routing, bin packing or another planning problem: all organizations try to optimize their limited resources under constraints. Drools Planner optimizes business resources for normal Java programmers.
15.50 Drools Chance for Imperfect Reasoning (Davide Sottara 40min)  

Sometimes data quality is not perfect, so facts may not be known with precision and certainty. Likewise, crisp constraints such as hard thresholds might not be able to capture the complexity of a business policy. Drools Chance allows to apply gradual and/or probabilistic constraints to uncertain or vague data.
16.40 UberFire – Drools&jBPM Workbench framework (Mark Proctor 30min)  

UberFire is a new project that forms the foundation of our 6.0 web tooling. It’s standalone framework that provides a sophisticated workbench framework for the web; where everything is a plugin. Come learn about the Uberfire, and how you can use the workbench to build your own web applications.
17.10 Drools&jBPM 6.0 and Beyond (Optional : open as long as people remain)  

An open presentation and discussion about the design ideas, principles and goals that are driving the development of Drools & jBPM version 6.0. This will be an optional and informal session where attendees will have the opportunity to learn about what is coming, contribute ideas and provide feedback that will be taken in consideration by the development team.
17.10 Hands on Lab  

Run at the same time as "Drools&jBPM and Beyond" and Beyond. Solution Architects are on hand to help you with your coding problems, and running examples.