GOTO 2021 • How to Get Started With Process Automation • Bernd Rücker & Richard Seroter28:06 759 views 95% Published 3 months ago
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. #GOTOcon #GOTOBookClub
Bernd Rücker - Author of "Practical Process Automation"
Richard Seroter - Director of Outbound Product Management at Google Cloud
Join Bernd Rücker, author of Practical Process Automation and co-founder at Camunda, and Richard Seroter, director of product management at Google Cloud, for a discussion about process automation. They’ll delve into best practices and anti-patterns after exploring the reasons you should consider doing process automation and how it can help your company.
The interview is based on Bernd's book "Practical Process Automation": https://amzn.to/3cs3BSH
01:28 Process automation: What it is & why devs should care about it
03:03 Who designs processes in a company?
04:49 What goes in the model vs the code?
07:09 Why does process automation have a bad reputation?
09:19 How can you make a developer-friendly system?
11:11 Embedded engines
13:43 Orchestration vs choreography
18:42 Using process automation to improve business metrics
20:42 Best practices for process automation
22:52 How to get started with process automation?
24:33 A business case for process automation
Read the full transcription of the interview here:
Read Bernd Rücker's blog post about the book here:
Bernd Rücker • Practical Process Automation • https://amzn.to/3cs3BSH
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This episode is brought to you by Camunda. Camunda is an open-source software company innovating process automation with a developer-friendly approach that is standards-based, highly scalable, and collaborative for business and IT.
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