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Microprocess Considerations by Jan Kettenis

Juergen Kress
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In this article I discuss some considerations when applying the Microprocess Architecture, and how those can impact the design of the process.
As pointed out in the article about the Microprocess Architecture, one should carefully consider if this is the right architecture for the process application to create. Considering the implications (for example one single business process can end up comprising multiple process applications) it should not be considered to be a "one-size fits all" kind of architecture.
Guidelines that can help you to determine if and where is a fit, are the following:

  1. Do process instances have a longer time span during which one must be able to migrate it (in one way or another) to a newer version?
  2. Is the process expected to change often, implying multiple versions will be active at the same time?
  3. Does it concern a complex business process, where business functions can be executed isolated from each other?

Are multiple business units involved in the flow? Read the complete article here

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