LINUXWORLD CONFERENCE, BOSTON, 3rd April 2006-JBossÂ®, Inc., the Professional Open Source company, today announced the release of JBoss jBPM 3.1, the company's powerful Java-based business process management (BPM) system. A core piece of the JBoss Enterprise Middleware Suite (JEMS(tm)), JBoss jBPM 3.1 adds multi-process language support as well as integration with JBoss Seam, the company's new framework for building Enterprise Java applications. JBoss jBPM 3.1 is one of three core products announced today that together bolster JEMS as the leading open source platform for service-oriented architecture (SOA) and move JEMS further into the high-end market.
JBoss jBPM enables enterprise Java and SOA programmers to create business process and workflow applications, business process orchestration, and web application page flows from a single, flexible and scalable process engine. This latest release tightly integrates with JBoss Seam, enabling programmers to develop complex process driven applications and diagram user interactions with greater ease than ever.
"Enterprise business demands are constantly changing but JBoss jBPM provides stability, cost efficiency and ease-of-use when updating processes or creating new ones," said Pierre Fricke, director of product management, JBoss, Inc. "This new release ensures developers and executives are on the same page, enabling them to spend more time generating revenue producing processes and less dealing with unnecessary complexity. This latest version of JBoss jBPM reinforces our effort to extend the capabilities of JEMS and deliver flexible process automation to the mass market with a scalable SOA platform."