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- Governing Operational Decisions in an Enterprise
Scalable Way (IBM Redbooks)
This IBM Redbook™ presents decision governance topics from a theoretical perspective and then goes on to make links to the practical aspects of applying these concepts using the IBM Operational Decision Manager platform. IT explores an enterprise governance context to clarify the bigger picture for how governance is carried out across the enterprise.
- Applying Lean, Six Sigma, BPM, and SOA to Drive Business
Results (IBM Redbooks)
This IBM Redguide™ describes the key BPM, SOA, and Lean Six Sigma components, summarizes the linkages between them, and highlights recent results that leading firms have achieved. This guide outlines the "think big, start now" steps needed to move your own initiative forward. It also suggests ways to successfully avoid some of the barriers that have hampered others on their Lean or Lean Six Sigma or BPM journeys.
- Updated information roadmap for IBM Operational Decision
Get easy access to a host of information resources for IBM ODM V8.0.1, including samples, tutorials, support information, and more.
- Designing and implementing a custom inbox and My Team
Performance task list with IBM Business Process Manager
This article describes an approach to creating a custom inbox and My Team Performance task list in IBM® Business Process Manager V8. You can use the implementation described in this article to perform additional inbox and task list customizations.
- Developing a transactional Advanced Integration Service
with IBM Business Process Manager (4-part series)
Leveraging the capabilities of the Advanced Integration Services (AIS) in IBM Business Process Manager V8 Advanced, this series describes how to implement a distributed ACID transactional scenario in IBM Business Process Manager that includes two databases on different machines. The scenario shows the automatic rollback capabilities offered by the SCA-based management in an AIS.
- Deploying IBM Business Process Manager packages to
offline process servers
In the business process management world, situations may occur where a connection between a running process server and Process Center is neither practical or desired, such as when there is a firewall between the process server and Process Center, or the process server is a production z/OS server housing mission-critical applications and the administrator does not want a Process Center to be connected. This article describes how to create deployment packages from snapshots in the Process Center and deploy them to offline process servers.
- Deploying an IBM Operational Decision Manager cloud
pattern on IBM PureApplication System
Find out how you can use IBM PureApplication System to deploy a clustered IBM Operational Decision Manager V8 environment in a matter few hours, using ODM patterns complete with all the functionality and security features of ODM. You can then connect the ODM cloud environment to other existing on-premise software components
- Using WebSphere Adapters with IBM Business Process
Manager to communicate with external systems
In this article, you'll learn how IBM Business Process Manager uses WebSphere Adapters to connect to external systems, and how data flows between external systems and the human tasks of IBM BPM. Using these capabilities, you'll see how you can integrate your BPM applications with existing systems.
- IBM Business Process Management Journal: First quarter
What do Rubik's Cubes and life on the edge have to do with BPM and SOA? Find out in this edition of the BPM Journal. You'll also learn how to decide on the best strategy for managing reference data in a BRMS, use dynamic domains for easy, accurate rule authoring in ODM, enable BPM widgets to run in Portal, integrate WebSphere eXtreme Scale and IBM BPM for performance and high availability, and more.