z/OS: WebSphere Business Process Management V6.2 Production Topologies
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 26 June 2009, updated 15 October 2009
IBM Form #: SG24-7733-00
Authors: John Gates, John Hutchinson, Thomas McManus, Mohamed ShamsEldin Salem, Martin Keen
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 production topology for WebSphere Process Server, describing step-by-step how to add WebSphere Business Services Fabric for z/OS into the topology. This section also addresses integration with WebSphere Business Monitor, running on a z/Linux partition for monitoring business process management solutions. Additionally this section shows how Business Space powered by WebSphere can provide an integrated user experience for this topology.
Part 4 describes problem diagnosis and prevention guidance that will prove invaluable in creating your own production topologies..
Table of contents
Part 1. Overview
Chapter 1. Business Process Management production topologies for z/OS
Part 2. Building production topologies for WebSphere Process Server
Chapter 2. Configuring a WebSphere Process Server for z/OS standalone server
Chapter 3. Creating a WebSphere Process Server for z/OS network deployment cell
Chapter 4. Creating additional WebSphere Process Server nodes
Part 3. Extending production topologies
Chapter 5. Incorporating WebSphere Business Services Fabric for z/OS into the BPM reference topology for z/OS
Chapter 6. Incorporating WebSphere Business Services Fabric for z/OS into the cluster
Chapter 7. Installing and testing the WebSphere Business Services Fabric for z/OS sample application and support functions in a cluster
Chapter 8. Monitoring the Business Process Management environment
Chapter 9. Creating an integrated user experience for business users using Business Space powered by WebSphere
Part 4. Problem determination
Chapter 10. Problem diagnosis and prevention
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