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Proven Practices for Enhancing Performance: A Q & A for IBM WebSphere ILOG BRMS 7.1
Smarter Process

Redpaper, published 21 Jul 2011

You must consider many aspects when addressing performance questions for a Business Rule Management System (BRMS). Historically, many of the questions have centered around rule execution, such as “How fast is the rule engine?”, “How much memory does it require?”, and “How many CPUs will I need to execute 1000 rules per second?” As illustrated in this IBM® Redpaper™ document, the answers do not always come from the engine’s intrinsic capabilities, but they depend on the application and the way that the Rule Execution Server is used. The purpose of this paper is to provide information ... [more]


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IBM ILOG ODM Enterprise and Data Integration
Analytics

Redpaper, published 10 Jun 2011

IBM® ILOG® ODM Enterprise is a platform to implement and deploy corporate custom solutions for optimization-based planning and scheduling. Developing a realistic plan or schedule that provides the best possible balance between customer service and revenue goals is hard work. With ILOG ODM Enterprise, business leaders can make better decisions through what-if analysis, scenario management, and collaboration. This IBM Redpaper™ publication showcases the optimization scenario of the Supply Demand application for ILOG ODM Enterprise. This scenario highlights the product features. It includes ... [more]


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Combining Business Process Management and Enterprise Architecture for Better Business Outcomes
Smarter Process

Redbooks, published 31 Mar 2011

This IBM® Redbooks® publication explains how to combine business process management (BPM) and Enterprise Architecture (EA) for better business outcomes. This book provides a unique synergistic approach to BPM and EA, based on a firm understanding of the life cycles of the enterprise and the establishment of appropriate collaboration and governance processes. When carried out together, BPM provides the business context, understanding, and metrics, and EA provides the discipline to translate business vision and strategy into architectural change. Both are needed for sustainable continuous ... [more]


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Deploying WebSphere Business Process Management V7 in Secured Production Environments
Smarter Process

Redbooks, published 24 Nov 2010, last updated 7 Mar 2011

This IBM® Redbooks® publication describes how to build a production topology for business process management (BPM) solutions. The target audience is IT architects and IT specialists who want to implement a production topology in secured production environments and who have a high-level understanding of WebSphere® BPM products. This book emphasizes the steps for a successful installation without root access and without a graphic user interface (GUI). This book addresses the following products and provides instructions for creating a production-level Remote Messaging and Remote Support ... [more]


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Patterns: Integrating WebSphere ILOG JRules with IBM Software
Smarter Process

Redbooks, published 24 Feb 2011

This IBM® Redbooks® publication describes how the IBM WebSphere® ILOG JRules product can be used in association with other IBM middleware products to deliver better solutions. This book can help architects position a business rule management system (BRMS) in their existing infrastructures to deliver the value propositions that the business needs. This book can also help developers design and integrate JRules with those middleware products (focussing on WebSphere Process Server, WebSphere Message Broker and IBM CICS®) and help to illustrate common integration patterns and practices for these ... [more]


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WebSphere Process Server Staff Resolution Using Virtual Groups
Smarter Process

Redpaper, published 23 Feb 2011

This IBM® Redpaper™ publication discusses a flexible set of options for routing human tasks provided by WebSphere® Process Server to the users who are qualified and authorized to work on them. This process is known as . Work can be assigned to individual named users or to groups of users. In this paper, we describe a mechanism that, in certain situations, provides an elegant and flexible solution for integrating WebSphere Process Server staff resolution with an external entitlements ... [more]


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WebSphere Process Server Versioning: From Design to Production
Smarter Process

Redpaper, published 21 Jan 2011

Taking a WebSphere® Process Server application involving long-lived processes from design to production requires consideration and planning for many aspects to be successful. Designing a process versioning scheme is one of those aspects. Without a well-planned process versioning scheme, you might be prevented from introducing new functionality into production, and the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) costs will be higher. This paper discusses certain design and packaging considerations for implementing an efficient process versioning scheme that provides maximum flexibility in terms of ... [more]


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Building IBM Business Process Management Solutions Using WebSphere V7 and Business Space
Smarter Process

Redbooks, published 14 May 2010, last updated 17 Jan 2011

IBM® Business Space powered by IBM WebSphere® is a common user interface framework for aggregating content and delivering it via a browser. A is a collection of related Web content that provides you with insight into your business. Part 1 of this IBM Redbooks® publication introduces Business Space and provides Business Process Management (BPM) usage patterns for it. Part 2 of this book use a fictional business scenario to show how business space widgets can be used to solve a variety of business problems, using products such as IBM WebSphere Process Server, IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service ... [more]


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Discover, Interact, and Optimize for Smarter Healthcare with BPM Powered by Smart SOA
Smarter Process

Redguide, published 6 Oct 2010

This IBM® Redguide™ describes one of the most significant challenges in healthcare today: the need for healthcare providers to effect patient care positively and proactively in the face of increasing patient load and information overload. However, the healthcare industry has been slow to embrace information technology (IT) solutions that can optimize clinical and administrative processes and, therefore, maximize the cost-effectiveness of care. The sluggish healthcare industry adoption of IT is attributable in large measure to the unavailability or inadequacy of IT tools for use at the point ... [more]


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Version-to-Version Migration to IBM WebSphere Dynamic Process Edition V7
Smarter Process

Redbooks, published 30 Jun 2010, last updated 16 Jul 2010

This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides concepts, details, and examples related to the migration process for Business Process Management (BPM) products. It describes three migration patterns for migrating earlier versions (Version 6.0.2, Version 6.1, Version 6.1.2, and Version 6.2) of the following BPM products to IBM WebSphere® Dynamic Process Edition:
- IBM WebSphere Process Server
- IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus
- IBM WebSphere Business Modeler
- IBM WebSphere Business Monitor
- IBM WebSphere Business Services Fabric
- IBM WebSphere Adapters
... [more]


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z/OS: WebSphere Business Process Management V7 Production Topologies
Smarter Process

Redbooks, published 7 Jun 2010

In this IBM® Redbooks® publication, we address the configuration, administration, and security of the key runtime environments in business process management: WebSphere® Process Server V7.0 and WebSphere Business Services Fabric V7.0 for z/OS®. This book provides detailed guidance to z/OS system and database administrators who want to configure WebSphere Business Process Management production topologies. We introduce production topology concepts and terminology and explore the differences between production topologies on distributed platforms and z/OS. Through a series of step-by-step ... [more]


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WebSphere Business Process Management V7 Production Topologies
Smarter Process

Redbooks, published 5 May 2010, last updated 11 May 2010

This IBM® Redbooks® publication describes how to build production topologies for Business Process Management (BPM) solutions. It is aimed at IT Architects and IT Specialists who want to understand and implement these topologies. Use this book to select the appropriate production topologies for a given environment, then follow the step-by-step instructions included in this book to build these topologies. You must have a high-level understanding of WebSphere Business Process Management products to get the most out of this book. This book addresses the following WebSphere® products: ... [more]


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WebSphere Business Process Management and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus V7 Performance Tuning
Smarter Process

Redpaper, published 30 Apr 2010

This IBM® Redpaper™ publication was produced by the WebSphere® Business Process Management performance teams. It provides performance tuning tips and best practices for WebSphere Process Server 7.0.0.1, WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus 7.0.0.1, WebSphere Integration Developer 7.0.0.1, WebSphere Business Monitor 7.0.0.0, and WebSphere Business Modeler 7.0.0.1. These products represent an integrated development and runtime environment based on a key set of service-oriented architecture (SOA) and business process management (BPM) technologies: Service Component Architecture (SCA), Service Data ... [more]


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Proven practices for enhancing performance: A Q&A for IBM WebSphere ILOG JRules 7.0.x.
Smarter Process

Redpaper, published 21 Jan 2010

Many different aspects should be considered when addressing performance questions for a business rule management system (BRMS). Historically, many of the questions have centered around rule execution, such as “How fast is the rule engine?”, “How much memory does it require?”, and “How many CPUs will I need to execute 1,000 rules per second?” As illustrated in this document, the answers do not always come from the engine’s intrinsic capabilities, but depend upon the application and the way the Rule Execution Server is used. As rule projects grow, there are also more and more ... [more]


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z/OS: WebSphere Business Process Management V6.2 Production Topologies
Smarter Process

Redbooks, published 26 Jun 2009, last updated 15 Oct 2009

This IBM Redbooks® publication addresses the configuration, administration, and security of the key runtime environments in business process management: WebSphere Process Server V6.2 and WebSphere Business Services Fabric V6.2 for the z/OS platform, and WebSphere Business Monitor V6.2 integration to the z/OS platform. Part 1 of this IBM Redbooks publication introduces production topology concepts and terminology. In Part 2, through a series of step-by-step instructions you will learn how to create a production topology environment for WebSphere Process Server for z/OS. Part 3 extends the ... [more]


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WebSphere Business Process Management 6.2.0 Performance Tuning
Smarter Process

Redpaper, published 15 Jul 2009, last updated 4 Aug 2009

This IBM® Redpaper publication was produced by the IBM WebSphere® BPM performance teams. It provides performance tuning tips and best practices for the following products: -- WebSphere Process Server 6.2.0 -- WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus 6.2.0 -- WebSphere Integration Developer 6.2.0 -- WebSphere Business Monitor 6.2.0 -- WebSphere Business Services Fabric 6.2.0 These products represent an integrated development and runtime environment based on a key set of service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Business Process Management (BPM) technologies: Service Component Architecture (SCA), ... [more]


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IBM WebSphere Business Process Management V6.1 Performance Tuning
Smarter Process

Redpaper, published 23 Jul 2008, last updated 30 Jul 2009

This IBM® Redpaper publication was produced by the IBM WebSphere® Process Server, IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, IBM WebSphere Adapters, and IBM WebSphere Business Monitor performance teams in Austin, Texas; Boblingen, Germany; and Hursley, England. It provides performance tuning tips and best practices based on the performance team's experience for the following products: -- WebSphere Process Server 6.1.0 -- WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus (WebSphere ESB) 6.1.0 -- WebSphere Adapters 6.1.0 -- WebSphere Business Monitor 6.1.0 These products represent an integrated development and ... [more]


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Business Process Management Enabled by SOA
Smarter Process

Redpaper, published 26 Mar 2009, last updated 24 Jul 2009

The IBM® Business Process Management (BPM) Enabled by SOA Method provides a structured process for developing an organization's cross-functional, customer-focused, end-to-end core business processes that achieves strategic business objectives, integrates verticals, optimizes core work, and creates a framework for continuous improvement. This methodology is an IBM intellectual property that is used in BPM engagements but not available in detail to readers of the IBM Redbooks publication outside of IBM. Our purpose in this IBM Redpaper is to introduce you to the concepts that we use in the IBM ... [more]


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WebSphere Business Process Management V6.2 Production Topologies
Smarter Process

Redbooks, published 25 Jun 2009

This IBM® Redbooks® publication addresses the configuration, administration, and security of the key runtime environments in WebSphere® Dynamic Process Edition V6.2. Part 1 of this publication introduces production topology concepts and terminology, and provides security considerations. In Part 2, through a series of step-by-step instructions you will learn how to select and create a production topology environment based on WebSphere Process Server deployment environment patterns. You will learn how to secure this environment and administer it. This part also contains chapters on extending ... [more]


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Abstract Service Definition for Media Services
Smarter Process

Redpaper, published 13 Apr 2009

This IBM® Redpaper™ publication presents the Abstract Service Definition (ASD) for digital media. The ASD provides a flexible and extensible mechanism to access classes of media services independently from the particular implementation of each service at an appropriate level of abstraction. This mechanism allows the realization of the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) principles and simplifies the orchestration. A core value proposition of SOA is to offer a way to assemble composite applications from a set of reusable components. This approach reduces integration and maintenance costs, ... [more]


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