Workflow development is best done in an iterative fashion, gradually refining workflow models into more specific and complex workflows that can eventually be integrated into a production-deployable solution.
Boulder, CO (PRWEB) January 30, 2015
Today, Flux released a new white paper: "Agile Workflow Development. Agile Workflow Modeling Simplifies Workflow Development." This white paper discusses utilizing agile development and workflow models to expedite the delivery of workflow systems into the enterprise.
Developing solutions involving workflows is by no means trivial. Workflows can be large, complex, and highly intricate. Often it’s difficult to determine where to even start when developing workflows to integrate into production-ready deployable solutions. Utilizing the concepts of agile development can provide direction and organization to your workflow development, making it more productive, yielding faster delivery, creating more flexible and reusable workflows, and increasing stakeholder satisfaction. This white paper takes a simple file processing workflow and illustrates how to develop and demonstrate increasing degrees of workflow complexity with minimal upfront effort using techniques that are useful across a range of workflow tools.
Download the whitepaper "Agile Workflow Development. Agile Workflow Modeling Simplifies Workflow Development. (Reading time only seven minutes).
Privately held and US based, Flux's offices are located in Colorado, Montana, Tennessee, Texas, and Argentina. The Flux file orchestration platform orchestrates file transfers and batch processing workflows for a diverse customer base including logistics, telecommunications, analytics, finance, and healthcare. First released in 2000, the Flux platform supports enterprises of all sizes for their mission critical systems.
To learn more about Flux, visit the Flux website at http://flux.ly.