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Patterns: SOA Foundation - Business Process Management Scenario

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on 08 August 2006, updated 11 August 2006

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ISBN-10: 0738495913
ISBN-13: 9780738495910
IBM Form #: SG24-7234-00

Authors: Martin Keen, Greg Ackerman, Islam Azaz, Manfred Haas, Richard Johnson, JeeWook Kim and Paul Robertson

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    This IBM Redbooks publication focuses on the Business Process Management service-oriented architecture (SOA) scenario of the IBM SOA Foundation.

    The SOA Foundation is an integrated set of software, best practices, and patterns that are based on open standards and designed to provide you what you need to get started with service-oriented architecture.

    This book describes modeling, assembling, deploying, and monitoring business processes using IBM software. It highlights the core products for Business Process Management:

    - IBM WebSphere Business Modeler V6

    - IBM WebSphere Integration Developer V6

    - IBM WebSphere Process Server V6

    - IBM WebSphere Business Monitor V6

    The book also provides a complete end-to-end Business Process Management scenario implementation. Step-by-step instructions are provided for building a scenario for a fictional vehicle rental company called ITSO Speedy Rentals.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. SOA Foundation and Business Process Management

    Chapter 1. Welcome to this redbook

    Chapter 2. IBM SOA Foundation

    Chapter 3. Business Process Management scenario

    Chapter 4. Process for applying SOA scenarios

    Chapter 5. Patterns for e-business and Business Process Management

    Part 2. Business Process Management product capabilities

    Chapter 6. Modeling capabilities of WebSphere Business Modeler

    Chapter 7. Assembly capabilities of WebSphere Integration Developer

    Chapter 8. Deployment capabilities of WebSphere Process Server

    Chapter 9. Management capabilities of WebSphere Business Monitor

    Part 3. Scenario implementation

    Chapter 10. Business scenario and solution architecture

    Chapter 11. Model with WebSphere Business Modeler

    Chapter 12. Assemble with WebSphere Integration Developer

    Chapter 13. Deploy with WebSphere Process Server

    Chapter 14. Manage with WebSphere Business Monitor

    Chapter 15. Continuous process improvement

    Appendix A. Product installation

    Appendix B. WebSphere Business Monitor system administration


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