Ready to Go, Open-Source Intalio|BPMS 5.0 Gets Green Light

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Intalio, Inc. has announced the GA release of Intalio|BPMS 5.0, a leading open-source BPM suite. Intalio|BPMS is the only BPM suite to support the BPMN, BPEL 2.0, and BPEL4People set of industry standards for BPM, the company says.

"OpenSoft has been working with Intalio|BPMS 5.0 for the past several months, and this new product brings several major improvements over previous versions," said Neville Bradbury, managing director at Opensoft Australia. "The functionality and richness offered by the platform, which supports use-case design, process modeling, process simulation, complex human workflow execution, Web form generation, conditional logic mapping, advanced business rules design, and real-time process monitoring are absolutely astonishing, yet are just some of the advanced features that are making the zero-code design, testing, and deployment of business processes so effective. Intalio|BPMS 5.0 has so much to offer that you are not limited by what the platform can support anymore, but simply by what you can think of," said Bradbury.

Release 5.0 for Intalio|BPMS is the culmination of 18 months of research and development, during which the BPMN modeler has been re-written from the ground up in order to support the upcoming BPMN 2.0 specification, the BPEL runtime optimized to support over 100,000 process models and 250,000,000 process instances deployed on a single server, and the workflow framework extended to support the emerging BPEL4People standard. Intalio|BPMS 5.0 also provides better support for process simulation, business rules management, and business activity monitoring (BAM).

"This release of Intalio|BPMS will challenge the entire BPM industry with an overwhelming number of innovative and productive features," said Tom Debevoise, LexiconEnterprise CTO. "Intalio|Designer 5.0 is an enterprise-strength modeler with all the features you would expect from the best BPM Suites—yet it goes much further. Designer 5.0 eases many of the most distressing aspects of modeling processes, such as coordinating schema changes and tracking process variables and their mappings. In short, Intalio|Designer 5.0 lives up to the BPM 2.0 promise of developing a code-free model to execution process environment."

"The general availability of Intalio|BPMS 5.0 is a major milestone for the Intalio user community, and we are excited about several key enhancements, including the easy way to integrate human activities, major performance improvements, and easier-to-use visual connectors," said Mauricio Bitencourt, executive director of Projeler. "Having a tightly integrated system built around Intalio|BPMS will allow companies like ours to remain on the leading edge of SOA effectiveness for years to come."

Intalio|BPMS 5.0 is built on top of the Apache ODE BPEL engine that was contributed by Intalio and promoted as a top-level project by the Apache Software Foundation last month, and the Eclipse STP BPMN modeler that has been integrated into the main Eclipse release earlier this year. This release has been integrated with several other commercial open-source offerings, including the Alfresco Content Management System (CMS), the Mule Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), the Liferay Portal, and the OpenLexicon Business Rule Engine (BRE). It also embeds the Apache ServiceMix Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) for which Intalio now provides commercial support.

"With over 17,000 users working for more than 10,000 organizations around the world, Intalio|BPMS is the most popular BPM suite on the market today," said Ismael Ghalimi, Intalio founder and CEO. "This new release is bringing to this thriving community the easiest to use, most scalable, and most standards-based BPM product ever released. We dreamed about standards-based BPM more than seven years ago, and the dream has very much become reality today."

Intalio|BPMS 5.0 is available for download at http://bpms.intalio.com/.

About Intalio, Inc.

Intalio is a leading vendor of open source BPMS and helps over 10,000 organizations around the world design, deploy, and manage the most complex business processes without the need for any software code. Founded in July 1999, Intalio is a privately-held, venture-backed company located in Palo Alto, California. For more information on Intalio, please call 650-596-1800 or visit www.intalio.com.

Intalio, Inc. has announced the GA release of Intalio|BPMS 5.0, a leading open-source BPM suite. Intalio|BPMS is the only BPM suite to support the BPMN, BPEL 2.0, and BPEL4People set of industry standards for BPM, the company says.

"OpenSoft has been working with Intalio|BPMS 5.0 for the past several months, and this new product brings several major improvements over previous versions," said Neville Bradbury, managing director at Opensoft Australia. "The functionality and richness offered by the platform, which supports use-case design, process modeling, process simulation, complex human workflow execution, Web form generation, conditional logic mapping, advanced business rules design, and real-time process monitoring are absolutely astonishing, yet are just some of the advanced features that are making the zero-code design, testing, and deployment of business processes so effective. Intalio|BPMS 5.0 has so much to offer that you are not limited by what the platform can support anymore, but simply by what you can think of," said Bradbury.

Release 5.0 for Intalio|BPMS is the culmination of 18 months of research and development, during which the BPMN modeler has been re-written from the ground up in order to support the upcoming BPMN 2.0 specification, the BPEL runtime optimized to support over 100,000 process models and 250,000,000 process instances deployed on a single server, and the workflow framework extended to support the emerging BPEL4People standard. Intalio|BPMS 5.0 also provides better support for process simulation, business rules management, and business activity monitoring (BAM).

"This release of Intalio|BPMS will challenge the entire BPM industry with an overwhelming number of innovative and productive features," said Tom Debevoise, LexiconEnterprise CTO. "Intalio|Designer 5.0 is an enterprise-strength modeler with all the features you would expect from the best BPM Suites—yet it goes much further. Designer 5.0 eases many of the most distressing aspects of modeling processes, such as coordinating schema changes and tracking process variables and their mappings. In short, Intalio|Designer 5.0 lives up to the BPM 2.0 promise of developing a code-free model to execution process environment."

"The general availability of Intalio|BPMS 5.0 is a major milestone for the Intalio user community, and we are excited about several key enhancements, including the easy way to integrate human activities, major performance improvements, and easier-to-use visual connectors," said Mauricio Bitencourt, executive director of Projeler. "Having a tightly integrated system built around Intalio|BPMS will allow companies like ours to remain on the leading edge of SOA effectiveness for years to come."

Intalio|BPMS 5.0 is built on top of the Apache ODE BPEL engine that was contributed by Intalio and promoted as a top-level project by the Apache Software Foundation last month, and the Eclipse STP BPMN modeler that has been integrated into the main Eclipse release earlier this year. This release has been integrated with several other commercial open-source offerings, including the Alfresco Content Management System (CMS), the Mule Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), the Liferay Portal, and the OpenLexicon Business Rule Engine (BRE). It also embeds the Apache ServiceMix Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) for which Intalio now provides commercial support.

"With over 17,000 users working for more than 10,000 organizations around the world, Intalio|BPMS is the most popular BPM suite on the market today," said Ismael Ghalimi, Intalio founder and CEO. "This new release is bringing to this thriving community the easiest to use, most scalable, and most standards-based BPM product ever released. We dreamed about standards-based BPM more than seven years ago, and the dream has very much become reality today."

Intalio|BPMS 5.0 is available for download at http://bpms.intalio.com/.

About Intalio, Inc.

Intalio is a leading vendor of open source BPMS and helps over 10,000 organizations around the world design, deploy, and manage the most complex business processes without the need for any software code. Founded in July 1999, Intalio is a privately-held, venture-backed company located in Palo Alto, California. For more information on Intalio, please call 650-596-1800 or visit www.intalio.com.

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