Enabling event flow in BPM solutions and best practices for monitor model deployment, Part 1, Configuring and verifying event flow between a clustered Process Server and IBM Business Monitor server

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Manisha Kohli and Jing Jing Wei

Date archived: November 22, 2016 | First published: November 16, 2011

When things don't work in the implementation of Monitoring solutions for business processes, it's usually not an issue with the monitor model, but with the underlying infrastructure and its configuration. Therefore, enabling a robust communication of events between your Process Server and the IBM® Business Monitor server is critical. This series describes the techniques to configure a smooth event flow between a standalone Monitor server and a clustered Process Server and some best practices for monitor model deployment.

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