The presentation discusses the use of a workflow engine called Kogito to create serverless applications and event-driven architectures.
- Kogito is a workflow engine that can be used to create serverless applications and event-driven architectures
- Kogito generates REST APIs based on the workflow description
- Kogito allows for live testing and modification of workflows in development mode
- Kogito can be used to create event-driven architectures based on cloud events
The speaker demonstrated how Kogito can be used to create a workflow for subscribing to a newsletter. The workflow involved verifying if the email was already subscribed, subscribing the email if it was not in the database, and confirming the subscription. The workflow engine generated REST APIs based on the workflow description, which could be used to trigger the workflow. The workflow also produced a cloud event that could be consumed by other services in an event-driven architecture.