Does mobile-enabling your business processes keep you awake at night? Read this IBM Redbooks publication!
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Chapter 1 provides an overview of the market forces that push organizations to re-invent their process with mobile in mind. It describes IBM Mobile Smarter Process and explains how the capabilities provided by the offering help organizations to mobile-enabled their processes.
Chapter 2 provides an overview about the IBM Worklight platform. It describes the main components, business value, and what's new in Worklight V6.2.
Chapter 3 provides a general overview of IBM Business Process Manager (IBM BPM) product and includes concepts such as understanding business process management, the lifecycle of a business process, and new features in IBM BPM V8.5.5.
Chapter 4 discusses architectural patterns for exposing business processes to mobile environments. It includes an overview of IBM MobileFirst reference architecture and various deployment considerations.
Chapter 5 describes important aspects of mobile security that enterprises must consider when designing a mobile app. It also introduces features of IBM Security Access Manager and new security features in IBM Worklight V6.2.
Chapter 6 describes the solution design and implementation for a scenario that represents a cable TV installation service company. Some of the Worklight features described in this scenario are adapter-based authentication, geolocation, offline storage, push notification, and adapters for integration of the mobile app and IBM BPM. The IBM BPM features shown are business process definition, the Java integration service, and IBM Bluemix integration.
Chapter 7 builds on the implementation of the same scenario described in Chapter 6 by adding advanced features from IBM Workligt and IBM BPM such as LTPA authentication and token propagation, device single sign-on, simple data sharing, integration with IBM Bluemix Mobile Data, IBM BPM responsive coaches and IBM BPM case management.
Chapter 8 provides an overview of the basic analytics capabilities available for IBM BPM and IBM Worklight.
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Jorge Gonzalez-Orozco is a senior Mobile Solution Architect in IBM. He has experience in Mobile, eCommerce, enterprise integration and software development life cycle. Jorge is a hands-on IT Architect who has successfully led multiple teams in the role of lead architect and project manager. Jorge has led the strategy, desig,n and delivery of IT solutions for the automotive, retail, insurance, and energy industries by managing large global delivery teams. Jorge is also an IBM RedBooks thought leader and he holds the IBM IT Architect and SOA Solution Designer certifications. Jorge is currently based in Raleigh, NC USA.
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