IBM Business Process Manager V7.5 Production Topologies

An IBM Redbooks publication

Published 28 October 2011

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ISBN-10: 0738436208
ISBN-13: 9780738436203
IBM Form #: SG24-7976-00
(422 pages)

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Authors: Dawn Ahukanna, Bryan Brown, Karri Carlson-Neumann, Hua Cheng, Haroldo R. J. de Macedo, Christopher Rühl


This IBM® Redbooks® publication describes how to build production topologies for IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V7.5. 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.

Part one introduces IBM Business Process Manager and provides an overview of basic topology components, and Process Server and Process Center. This part also provides an overview of the production topologies that we describe in this book, including a selection criteria for when to select a given topology.

Part two provides a series of step-by-step instructions for creating production topology environments using deployment environment patterns. This includes topologies that incorporate IBM Business Monitor. This part also discusses advanced topology topics.

Table of contents

Part 1. Overview
Chapter 1. Overview of IBM Business Process Manager V7.5
Chapter 2. Product and topology concepts
Chapter 3. Clustered topology choices
Chapter 4. Process Center and Process Server concepts
Part 2. Building production topologies
Chapter 5. Preparing your topology
Chapter 6. Single Cluster topology
Chapter 7. Remote Messaging, Remote Support, and Web topology
Chapter 8. Remote Messaging, Support, and Web topology with IBM Business Monitor
Chapter 9. Cross-cell topology with IBM Business Monitor
Chapter 10. Advanced topics
Appendix A. Additional material
Appendix B. Database design tool
Appendix C. Configuring IBM Business Process Manager V7.5 configuration settings

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