Orchestration of microservices, services - humans and robots
There’s been more and more buzz lately around the subject of microservices architectures for business applications, and whether to use choreography or orchestration to manage them.
In this article, I’ll cover a bit about microservices architecture as it relates to enterprise application development, and a lot more about what orchestration means and more specifically about why BPMN orchestration engines are a powerful complement to microservices architectures.
At the end of the article I will also introduce some other use cases in which BPMN engines can be used to orchestrate but also coordinate work among services of any kind, humans and robots.
If you want to see more, you can read the full article on LinkedIn.
Enjoy your reading!