WebSphere Business Process Management V6.1.2 Production Topologies
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Published 12 November 2008
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Authors: Martin Keen, Peter Daly, Ryan Malynn, Thomas McManus, Karen Poyer, Julia Reder, Mohamed Shamseldin Salem, Kevin Senior, Jeffrey Slone, Vignesh Velusamyravindran
The IBM WebSphere Dynamic Process Edition is a comprehensive set of role-based, SOA enabled product capabilities providing customers the ability to continuously optimize processes and adapt them to rapidly changing needs. This IBM Redbooks publication addresses the configuration, administration, and security of the key runtime environments in WebSphere Dynamic Process Edition: IBM WebSphere Process Server, WebSphere Business Services Fabric, and WebSphere Business Monitor.
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 book also contains a chapter on extending existing production topologies to add components such as additional clusters.
This Redbooks publication also provides practical examples demonstrating how to incorporate WebSphere Business Services Fabric and WebSphere Business Monitor into existing topologies. The book contains extensive examples of working with all of these products in distributed environments. A separate publication covering z/OS is forthcoming.
Table of contents
Part 1. Overview and concepts
Chapter 1. Basic concepts and Business Process Management (BPM) product descriptions
Chapter 2. Security considerations for BPM
Chapter 3. BPM production topologies
Chapter 4. Business scenario used in this book
Part 2. Building production topologies for WebSphere Process Server
Chapter 5. Configuring a Remote Messaging and Remote Support topology
Chapter 6. Configuring a custom topology
Chapter 7. Securing and administering a production topology
Chapter 8. Advanced production topologies
Chapter 9. Monitoring the production topology
Part 3. Extending production topologies
Chapter 10. Incorporating WebSphere Business Services Fabric into a production topology
Chapter 11. Incorporating WebSphere Business Monitor into a production topology
Appendix A. Additional material
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