This demo explores how a SaaS service provider can meter and bill usage of multi-tenant Web services and related resources like databases, portals and LDAP directory server, by users belonging to multiple tenants. A scenario is shown where IBM Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager (ITUAM) and a Java Management eXtension (JMX) based usage logging component is used to meter the usage of Web services and its resources. IBM Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager job files and report server is used to generate billing invoices, usage metrics, and graphs for tenants.
Sample implementation artifacts for metering and billing multi-tenant web service resources
Download the development and deployment artifacts for WebSphere Application Server and WebSphere Application Server Community Edition, and the Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager scenario Implementation and setup document.
Less than 10 minutes.
|ITUAM instruction document||MeteringScenario_Deployment_and_Setup_Instructions_v11.pdf||2.5MB|
|WebSphere Application Server artifacts||ws_usg_metering_was.zip||9.7MB|
|WebSphere Application Server CE artifacts||ws_usg_metering_was_ce.zip||26.3MB|
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