WebSphere Business Process Management V6.2 Production Topologies
An IBM Redbooks publication
Note: This is publication is now archived. For reference only.
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 these topologies, monitoring them with IBM Tivoli® Monitoring, and accessing them with Business Space powered by WebSphere and Lotus® Forms Client.
Part 3 extends the Remote Messaging and Remote Support production topology for WebSphere Process Server, describing step-by-step how to add WebSphere Business Services Fabric and WebSphere Business Monitor to that topology.
Finally, Part 4 describes how to build a complete WebSphere Dynamic Process Edition production topology from the ground up using the new Four Cluster production topology.
Part 1. Overview
Chapter 1. IBM business process management products and concepts
Chapter 2. Sample business application scenario used in topologies
Chapter 3. Business Process Management production topologies
Chapter 4. Security considerations for BPM
Part 2. Building topologies for WebSphere Process Server
Chapter 5. Preparing your topology
Chapter 6. Configuring a Single Cluster topology
Chapter 7. Configuring Remote Messaging and Remote Support topology
Chapter 8. Configuring a custom topology
Chapter 9. Administering a production topology
Chapter 10. Securing a production topology
Chapter 11. Advanced production topologies
Chapter 12. Monitoring a production topology
Chapter 13. Using Business Space powered by WebSphere and Lotus Forms Client
Part 3. Extending the Remote Message and Remote Support topology
Chapter 14. Incorporating WebSphere Business Services Fabric into a Remote Messaging and Remote Support topology
Chapter 15. Incorporating WebSphere Business Monitor into a production topology
Part 4. Four Cluster production topology
Chapter 16. Creating a WebSphere Dynamic Process Edition production topology
Appendix A. Additional material