Starting a new job can be frustrating: you wait to get your new computer, telephone, and the access to company systems that you need in order to be productive. Outdated scripts and error prone manual processes slow the onboarding process and waste time and money while also giving the new employee a poor first impression of the company. As enterprises evolve over time and attempt to meet ever-increasing demands, these growing pains are all too common. How does Red Hat manage its growth, along with 100+ new new hires each month? Join us to learn how Red Hat IT is leveraging the power of JBoss BPM Suite to propel Red Hat into the future as it strives to meet hiring goals and introduces productive new hires into the company. In this session, we will explore the real life case study of how Red Hat leverages JBoss BPM Suite to streamline 10 years worth of legacy ad-hoc human resource systems, by using a flexible and extensible process-oriented framework to better automate, optimize, and manage requests for access to company tools and resources. Attendees will hear some of Red Hat’s “lessons learned” along with insights into best practices when leveraging BPM in their enterprise. Our team will also share historical metrics that are part of the Red Hat IT new hire processes. Outline: * Common onboarding issues and frustrations * What role can JBoss BPM Suite play? * Practical approaches to large scale integrations *Defining the boundary between process and implementation * Keeping the lights on - resilient infrastructure * Smart approaches to integrating with external systems * Playing nice with other workflow management tools *Keeping track of your processes * BPM - a developer's perspective * Code management * Deployment strategies * Working with the product engineers * Who benefits? (hint: we all do!) * The “Real World” * Account Management case study * Employee lifecycle management * Red Hat Connect * What’s next? * jBPM 7.0 * Integrations * New projects * Questions?