WebSphere Business Modeler and WebSphere Business Monitor feedback loop

Learn about the feedback loop between WebSphere Business Modeler and WebSphere Business Monitor. This allows you to import into Websphere Business Modeler, actual measured process data collected by WebSphere Business Monitor. New simulations can be run with these actual values, enhancing the accuracy of the model, and potentially revealing where additional improvements can be made based on changes in costs, durations or paths.

John Dudley (jrdudley@us.ibm.com), IT Specialist, IBM

John Dudley is a Certified IT Specialist on the US IMT East Tech Sales Team, and has worked on BPM opportunities in multiple geographies and created WebSphere BPM enablement and demonstration materials focusing on modeling and monitoring for several years.



15 December 2009

Learn about the feedback loop between WebSphere Business Modeler and WebSphere Business Monitor. This allows you to import into Websphere Business Modeler, actual measured process data collected by WebSphere Business Monitor. New simulations can be run with these actual values, enhancing the accuracy of the model, and potentially revealing where additional improvements can be made based on changes in costs, durations or paths.

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Duration

25 minutes.

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Download the demo scriptModeler_Monitor.pdf36KB

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