The second of the short articles that I wrote for Alfresco has been published on their blog, on BPM cloud architectures and microservices. I walk through the basics of cloud architectures (private, public and hybrid), containerization and microservices, and why this is relevant for BPM implementations. As I point out:
Not all BPM solutions are built for cloud-native architectures: a monolithic BPMS stuffed into a Docker container will not be able to leverage the advantages of modern cloud infrastructures.
Check out the full article on the Alfresco site.