On July 16th, 2009, a panel of IBM experts answered your questions about key design decisions for WebSphere® Process Server and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus and how to best leverage new features introduced in recent versions. Other discussion topics include deployment infrastructure design and setup, versioning, and designing processes with "agility" in mind. For more information about WebSphere Process Server, see the WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Integration Developer resource page.
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WebSphere Process Server features and benefits
What's new in WebSphere Process Server V6.2
- Solution design
in WebSphere Process Server: Part 1
Basic steps for clustering WebSphere Process Server
clustered topologies in WebSphere Process Server V6.1
- Expanding clustered topologies for
WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus
replication of WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus for disaster recovery environments
- IBM Redbook: Patterns: SOA Design Using WebSphere Message Broker
and WebSphere ESB
Enterprise Integration Patterns: Designing, Building, and Deploying Messaging Solutions
Search the latest WebSphere Process Server articles and tutorials from the technical library
Michele Chilanti is a Senior Managing Consultant with the IBM Software Services organization. He has over 15 years of experience working with a variety of products of the IBM software portfolio. Currently, he consults on a daily basis with IBM customers in the areas of business process modeling, implementation, and deployment. Michele regularly presents at conferences worldwide, and has authored a number of IBM and external technical publications.
Brian Petrini is an Integration Architect and Consultant with IBM Software Services for WebSphere (ISSW). He has deep specialization in WebSphere Process Server, WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, WebSphere Adapters, and WebSphere InterChange Server. He has worked on customer implementations of integration products since 1999 and regularly presents and publishes on best practices. He has a qualification in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Kim Clark is an Integration and SOA Design Specialist from the United Kingdom and has been working in the IT industry since 1993. He has been the technical lead on projects since the first implementations of WebSphere Process Server and writes and presents regularly on SOA design. He holds a degree in Physics from the University of London.