By Phil Coulthard

If you have a geographically disperse business process management (BPM) development team, it is better to have regional IBM® Process Centers than to have a single shared Process Center that is accessed by remote Process Designer authoring clients.

The Process Designer interacts frequently with the Process Center for authoring tasks. For this reason, minimize network latency to provide optimal response times. Place the Process Center in or near the same physical location as the Process Designer users. Process Designer clients that connect to a very remote Process Center might experience slow performance and dropped connections.

To share content between Process Centers, exchange .twx files or, as of IBM Business Process Manager V8.0, see Registering Process Centers and sharing toolkits.

Applicable editions: Express, Standard, and Advanced

Applicable releases: All

Source: IBM Business Process Manager V8.5 Performance Tuning and Best Practices Redpaper

Learn more:

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published.