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Intalio

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Intalio

We are VC funded, profitable, and doubling in size every year since 1999. Our software can be found everywhere, powering some of the largest companies in the world like Deutsche Bank, Mitsubishi, NTT, and Vodafone, as well as 3 out of the 10 most visited websites, Facebook, Google, and Yahoo! Intalio's technology was even used to drive NASA's Mars Exploration Rovers! We are expert software engineers, passionate about Cloud Computing, and fully committed to the success of our customers.

 

Intalio|BPMS is the world's most widely deployed Business Process Management System (BPMS). Designed around the open source Eclipse BPMN Modeler, Apache ODE BPEL engine, and Tempo WS-Human Task service developed by Intalio, it can support any processes, small or large.

 

Business Process Management

Intalio|BPM lets business analysts and IT people collaborate on the design, deployment, and ongoing management of any business processes, be they small or large, simple or complex, transactional or workflow oriented.

 

Features

The features offered by Intalio|BPM are organized across a twelve-step life cycle for business processes, from process discovery to process control. This unique life cycle is the ultimate result of more than 10 years of Research & Development, and thousands of production deployments.

 

 

 

Fourth Generation Design

Intalio|BPM draws upon Intalio's 10 years of experience in developing business process management systems for some of the largest organization in the world. Once time came to design the architecture for Intalio|BPM 4.0, we gathered our collective expertise, yet started from a blank sheet of paper. This legacy-free approach resulted in what is possibly the most advanced, most complete, and most effective BPM platform currently available on the market.

 

Focused on Collaboration

Most BPM products tend to focus on a single category of users: some will let business people implement simple human-centric workflows, while others are favored by technical people working on complex transaction-oriented processes. Intalio|BPM make no such compromise, and provides a rich collaboration environment allowing business and technical users to manage any processes, throughout their entire life cycle.

 

Built for the Cloud

While the respective benefits of public vs. private cloud computing are still being debated, the Cloud has established a new computing model that simply cannot be ignored. Intalio|BPM fully embraces this new paradigm by providing 100% Web-based user interfaces, native multi-tenancy, a small memory footprint optimized for virtualization, and support for the most popular cloud deployment options, including VMware vCloud, Microsoft Azure, and Amazon EC2, both on premises and on demand.

 

Product Editions

 

Intalio|BPMS is offered through two editions. Intalio|BPMS Community Edition is entirely free of charge and is supported by our online community. Intalio|BPMS Enterprise Edition is licensed through yearly subscriptions on a CPU basis and comes with professional support and maintenance. The following table describes how the two editions compare with each other: 

 

  Community Edition Enterprise Edition
Cost Free Starts at 9,500 USD/EUR per year
Components Basic Set Advanced Set
Platform Support Standard Platforms All Platforms
Code Availability 80% Open Source 100% Open Code
Distribution Binaries Binaries + Source Code
Support Online Community Enterprise Service Level Agreement
Maintenance Manual Upgrades Automated Upgrades
Indemnification None Up to $1,000,000 (Optional)

 

 

 Why to choose intalioBPMS server 

 

 

Evolutionary Path to Cloud

Intalio|BPMS is Intalio's traditional BPM product. While remaining available as a standalone Java application that can be deployed on virtually any application server, Intalio|BPMS is being integrated into Intalio|Cloud and forms the foundation of IntalioBPM, Intalio's cloud-based BPM product. All the features currently offered by the Designer, Server, and Workflow components of Intalio|BPMS will remain available with Intalio|BPM, and migration from one platform to the other is straightforward. The BAM, ECM, ESB, and Portal components available in previous releases of Intalio|BPMS are replaced by Intalio|Report Editor, Intalio|DMS, Intalio|Mashup, and Intalio|Social Portal respectively. These new components offer features similar to their older counterparts, but without a seamless migration path.

 

Business Process Execution

Intalio|BPMS Server is a native BPEL 2.0 process server based on the J2EE architecture and certified for a wide range of hardware platforms, operating systems, application servers, and database servers. Our process server was designed from the ground-up to be deployed on a grid of 1,000 servers by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). As a result, it provides the highest level of performance, reliability, and scalability currently available in the industry. Intalio|BPMS Server is architected around the Apache ODE (Learn More) open source BPEL engine, which was originally contributed by Intalio

 

Native BPEL 2.0 Runtime

Intalio|BPMS Server is a native implementation of the new BPEL 2.0 standard, which added support for distributed transactions and human workflow through standard extensions. This makes the BPEL execution model suitable for large enterprise applications, but significantly more difficult for software vendors to implement. Nevertheless, Intalio|BPMS Server is backward compatible with earlier versions of the specification, and supports the concurrent deployment of BPEL 1.0, 1.1, and 2.0 processes on the same server. It also supports the seamless migration of BPEL processes from other commercial BPEL engines, such as Oracle BPEL Process Manager and the Sun BPEL Service Engine.

 

High Performance

Intalio|BPMS Server is a high-performance process engine that can support the most complex business processes, deployed within mission-critical environments. Here is a summary of our performance results, based on multiple actual customer deployments used in production (Cf. Customer References).

 

  • Largest number of individual process activities modeled: 250,000
  • Largest number of process models deployed: 100,000
  • Largest number of concurrently running process instances: 250,000,000
  • Largest number of individual end-users per day: 100,000
  • Largest number of servers in clustered deployment: 1,000
  • Largest number of in-memory transactions per day and per CPU: 14,300,000
  • Largest number of persistent transactions per day and per CPU: 3,600,000

 

Training

 

Intalio offers training services for both public classes and private sessions. Our training programs cover two main products: Intalio|BPM, and Intalio|CRM. Training sessions are always delivered face to face, and are two to four days in length.

 

Customers

 

 

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