WebSphere Business Integration Primer

Process Server, BPEL, SCA, and SOA

WebSphere® Business Integration Primer (ISBN: 0-13-224831-X) is an introductory guide to creating standards-based process and data integration solutions with WebSphere Business Integration. Links from this book to developerWorks Web site resources that support and extend the book are provided below.

Overview

WebSphere Business Integration Primer thoroughly explains Service Component Architecture (SCA), basic business processes, and complex long-running business flows, and guides you to choose the right process integration architecture for your requirements. Next, it introduces the key components of a WBI solution and shows how to make them work together rapidly and efficiently. This book will help developers, technical professionals, or managers understand today’s key BI issues and technologies, and streamline business processes by combining BI with Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).

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Links to developerWorks resources (by book chapter)

Chapter 1

A.1.1  WebSphere business integration zone

A.1.2  WebSphere SOA zone

A.1.3  IBM SOA Foundation: An architectural introduction and overview. IBM staff, December 2005.

A.1.4  Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Compass: Business Value, Planning, and Enterprise Roadmap on amazon.com. Norbert Bieberstein, Sanjay Bose, Marc Fiammante, Keith Jones, Rawn Shah.


Chapter 2

A.2.1  Podcast: SOA programming model, Part 2: Applying business integration patterns in WebSphere Process Server. Todd Martin, October 2005.

A.2.2  WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus deployment patterns, Part 1: Selecting your deployment pattern . Chalie Redlin and Karri Carlson-Neumann, November 2006.

A.2.3  IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: Introducing the WebSphere Integration Reference Architecture. Scott Simmons, August 2005.


Chapter 3

A.3.1  BPWS4J on IBM alphaWorks.

A.3.2  Business Processes with BPEL4WS forum

A.3.3  Business Process Execution Language for Web Services version 1.1

A.3.4  WebSphere business process management


Chapter 4

A.4.1  WebSphere Education

A.4.2  What's new in WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Integration Developer Version 6.0.2?. Sherri Wayne, December 2006.

A.4.3   IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: A guided tour of WebSphere Integration Developer -- Part 1. Greg Adams, Richard Gregory, Jane Fung, Randy Giffen, February 2006.

A.4.4   WebSphere development tools


Chapter 5

A.5.1  WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Integration Developer

A.5.2  What's new in WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Integration Developer Version 6.0.2?. Sherri Wayne, December 2006.

A.5.3  Installing a WebSphere Process Server 6.0.2 clustered environment. Charlie Redlin, Nancy Navarro, March 2007.


Chapter 6

A.6.1  Business processes and workflow in the Web services world. Margie Virdell, January 2003.

A.6.2  Learn how to create new composite applications using existing Web services with WebSphere Integration Developer. Jane Fung, July 2007.

A.6.3  BPEL fault handling in WebSphere Integration Developer and WebSphere Process Server. Vikram Desai, Tom McManus, April 2007.

A.6.4  WebSphere business process management


Chapter 7

A.7.1   IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: A guided tour of WebSphere Integration Developer -- Part 6. Jane Fung, Greg Adams, Richard Gregory, Randy Giffen, September 2006.

T.7.1  Learn how to create new composite applications using existing Web services with WebSphere Integration Developer. Jane Fung, July 2007.

A.7.2  Creating and deploying business rules. Neil Kolban, October 2006.

A.7.3  Make composite business services adaptable with points of variability, Part 3: Using selectors and business rules for dynamicity. Ying Chun Guo, Qiang Wang, German Goldszmidt, June 2007.


Chapter 8

A.8.1  Implementing two-way interactions between a business state machine and a human task using WebSphere Process Server. Geoffrey A. Beers, James Carey, July 2006.

A.8.2  Developing business processes that use IBM WebSphere Portal and WebSphere Process Server. Lincoln F. Roach, July 2006.

A.8.3  Building a human task-centric business process with WebSphere Process Server, Part 2: Customizing JSPs. Lakshmi Shankar, Daniel Lee, Mark Wynn-Mackenzie, March 2007.

A.8.4  Transactionally integrate Web services with BPEL processes in WebSphere Process Server. Peter Y. Xu, March 2007.

A.8.5  IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: A guided tour of WebSphere Integration Developer -- Part 1. Greg Adams, Richard Gregory, Jane Fung, Randy Giffen, February 2006.


Chapter 9

A.9.1  What's new in WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Integration Developer Version 6.0.2?. Sherri Wayne, December 2006.

A.9.2  Building a human task-centric business process with WebSphere Process Server, Part 1: Using Business Process Choreographer Explorer. Lakshmi Shankar, Daniel Lee, Mark Wynn-Mackenzie, February 2007.

A.9.3  On demand business process life cycle, Part 7: Monitor business processes and emit events using CEI. Naveen Sachdeva, Joshy Joseph, March 2005.

A.9.4  WebSphere Process Server BPC Observer V6.0.2 documentation, IBM support.


Chapter 10

A.10.1  WebSphere Process Server security overview. Manoj Khangaonkar, February 2006.

A.10.2  Versioning and dynamicity with WebSphere Process Server. Richard G Brown, February 2006.

A.10.3  Designing and versioning compatible Web services. Aditya Narayan, Irina Singh, March 2007.


Chapter 11

A.11.1  Service Component Architecture, November 2005.

A.11.2  IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: Building SOA solutions with the Service Component Architecture -- Part 1. Roland Barcia, Jeff Brent, October 2005.

A.11.3  Defining a J2EE role on Service Component Architecture components with WebSphere Integration Developer 6.0.1. Bruno Charpentier, February 2006.


Chapter 12

A.12.1   Getting connected with WebSphere Integration Developer adapters: Part 1, An introduction to connecting with adapters. John Green, Greg Adams, Randy Giffen, Richard Gregory, April 2007.

A.12.2  Integrate a sales order validation process between SAP and Siebel using WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Adapters. Qian Li Jin, June 2007.


Chapter 13

A.13.1   IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal : Process anti-patterns: How to avoid the common traps of business process modeling, Part 1. Jana Koehler, Jussi Vanhatalo, February 2007.

A.13.2  Why model business processes? Marc Fasbinder, May 2007.

A.13.3   Model and simulate business processes, Part 1: Modeling metrics and KPIs in WebSphere Business Modeler. Curtis Miles, Ann Ewan, April 2007.

A.13.4  Transforming business models to BPEL with WebSphere Business Modeler 6.02. Marc Fasbinder, June 2007.

A.13.5   End-to-end BPEL business activity monitoring with IBM SOA tools: Part 1: Modeling for process execution with WebSphere Business Modeler. Bhargav Perepa, Stephanie Parkin, June 2007.


Chapter 14

A.14.1  End-to-end BPEL business activity monitoring with IBM SOA tools: Part 1: Modeling for process execution with WebSphere Business Modeler. Bhargav Perepa, Stephanie Parkin, June 2007.

A.14.2  Jump-start business activity monitoring (BAM), Part 1: Introduction to monitor modeling. Jim H. Frank, February 2007.

A.14.3   Model and simulate business processes, Part 2: Displaying SVG diagrams on the WebSphere Business Monitor dashboards. Curtis Miles, Ann Ewan , June 2007.

A.14.4  IBM WebSphere Business Monitor documentation on the IBM information center.


Chapter 15

A.15.1  Explore the role of service repositories and registries in Service-Oriented Architecture. Boris Lublinsky, May 2007.

A.15.2  What is WebSphere Service Registry and Repository? A chat with product manager Sunil Murthy. Scott Laningham, July 2007.

A.15.3   Introducing IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository, Part 1: A day in the life of WebSphere Service Registry and Repository in the SOA life cycle. Barbara McKee, Marc-Thomas Schmidt, John Colgrave, Duncan Clark, September 2006.

A.15.4  Integration between IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager for SOA and WebSphere Service Registry and Repository. Rohit Badlaney, Son Cao, Stephen Willoughby, January 2007.

A.15.5   IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: Building an Enterprise Service Bus using WebSphere ESB -- Part 1. Rachel Reinitz, Andre Tost, October 2006.

A.15.6  IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: Dynamic routing improvements in WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus V6.0.2. Greg Flurry, January 2007.