WebSphere Business Process Management V7 Production Topologies

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ISBN-10: 0738434345
ISBN-13: 9780738434346
IBM Form #: SG24-7854-00


Authors: Martin Keen, Vijay Bhadriraju, Johannes Borch, Balint Bors, Peter Daly, Andrew Ferrier, Stephen Gibney, Kiet Nguyen, Bobby Pham and Klaus Ulrich

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    Abstract

    This IBM® Redbooks® publication describes how to build production topologies for Business Process Management (BPM) solutions. 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. You must have a high-level understanding of WebSphere Business Process Management products to get the most out of this book. This book addresses the following WebSphere® products:

    • WebSphere Process Server V7
    • WebSphere Business Monitor V7
    • WebSphere Business Services Fabric V7
    • WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus V7
    • WebSphere Business Compass V7

    Part 1, “Overview” on page 1, introduces the BPM products that we discuss and provides an overview of basic topology terminology. This part also provides an overview of the production topologies that we describe in this book, including a selection criteria for when to select each topology.

    Part 2, “Building production topologies” on page 53, provides a series of step-by-step instructions for creating production topology environments using deployment environment patterns. We describe topologies using the Integrated Solutions Console and a command-line interface.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. Overview

    Chapter 1. Business Process Management products overview

    Chapter 2. Business Process Management production topologies

    Part 2. Building production topologies

    Chapter 3. Preparing your topology

    Chapter 4. WebSphere Process Server: single cluster

    Chapter 5. WebSphere Process Server: Remote Messaging and Remote Support

    Chapter 6. WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus: Remote Messaging and Remote Support

    Chapter 7. WebSphere Process Server: Double Remote Messaging and Remote Support

    Chapter 8. WebSphere Business Monitor: extending a Remote Messaging and Remote Support topology

    Chapter 9. WebSphere Business Monitor: cross cell

    Chapter 10. WebSphere Business Services Fabric: Remote Messaging and Remote Support

    Chapter 11. WebSphere Dynamic Process Edition

    Chapter 12. WebSphere Business Compass

    Appendix A. Additional material

    Appendix B. Verification using the sample application

    Appendix C. Deployment environment definition files

     

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