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Using IBM Operational Decision Manager: IMS COBOL BMP, COBOL DLIBATCH, and COBOL MPP
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Redpaper, published 6 Jun 2013

IBM® Operational Decision Manager (ODM) is an implementation of a Business Rule Management System (BRMS). It enables you to create, manage, test, and govern business rules and events. You can store these in a central repository where multiple individuals and software products can access them. IBM ODM Version 8.0 provides support for IBM® IMS™ COBOL programs. This IBM Redpaper™ publication walks you through a step-by-step approach for using IBM ODM for rules management from an IMS COBOL MPP, BMP, or DL/IBATCH ... [more]


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Empowering your Ad Hoc Business with IBM Business Process Manager
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Redpaper, published 4 Jun 2013

In the context of daily business, ad hoc processes are those activities and events that occur within an organization's operations that typically are undocumented or unmonitored. At times, these ad hoc processes can seem chaotic and unpredictable. In many cases, these "off the platform" processes represent an opportunity for you to realize visibility into your organization operations. By taking advantage of the benefits of business process management (BPM) and IBM® Business Process Manager solutions, you can bring order and stability to these business processes and improve the organization's ... [more]


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Governing Operational Decisions in an Enterprise Scalable Way
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Redbooks, published 26 Apr 2013, last updated 26 Apr 2013

This IBM® Redbooks® publication presents decision governance topics from a theoretical discussion perspective and then goes on to make links to the practical aspects of applying these concepts by using the IBM Operational Decision Manager platform. This book explores enterprise governance context to clarify the bigger picture for how governance is carried out across the enterprise. You will also find this book valuable if you are using or considering the usage of an operational decision management system (or business rules management system (BRMS)) in your organization. You might be ... [more]


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Applying Lean, Six Sigma, BPM, and SOA to Drive Business Results
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Redguide, published 18 Apr 2013, last updated 18 Apr 2013

Lean Six Sigma unites tools and techniques from Lean and Six Sigma methodologies to produce real results. It uncovers process waste, reduces non-value adding activity, and increases organizational capability. The benefits might even be felt in IT where waste is being removed from application development processes, significantly reducing costs and freeing resources and budgets for needed investments and backlogged projects. Business process management (BPM) technologies and service-oriented architectures (SOAs) combine with Lean Six Sigma to accelerate improvements and results. As the world ... [more]


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IBM Business Process Manager V8.0 Performance Tuning and Best Practices
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Redpaper, published 11 Apr 2013

This IBM® Redpaper™ publication provides performance tuning tips and best practices for IBM Business Process Manager V8.0 (all editions) and IBM Business Monitor V8.0. These products represent an integrated development and runtime environment based on a key set of service-oriented architecture (SOA) and business process management technologies. Such technologies include Service Component Architecture (SCA), Service Data Object (SDO), Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) for web services, and Business Processing Modeling Notation (BPMN). Both IBM Business Process Manager and Business ... [more]


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