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Planes, trains, and automobiles need to be tuned up regularly to maintain optimum performance. Scales and clocks and other devices of measurement need to be regularly calibrated for precision. Musical instruments need to be kept in tune to, well - sound good. Your business processes are not very different. Performance, precision, and a comfortable aesthetic are all important measurements of a well-defined business topology.
In the same way you know when a car needs a tune up (slow or unresponsive acceleration, decreased performance,... [More]
The starting point for any architectural decision is the requirements whether functional or non-functional. We focus primarily on solving the client's problem. However, we have a duty to show the client what the implications are of each decision regarding the environment, administration, maintenance, migration, and resources management that are required for each solution so that the client is provided with tools to assist in decision-making. Sometimes, the client has restrictions or preconceived ideas about the product that... [More]
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Posted on April 26, 2013 by Bill Wentworth on behalf of Vasfi Gucer (pictured below)
I have some great news for the IBM Business Process Manager fans!: We just published the IBM Business Process Manager Version 8.0 Production Topologies, SG24-8135 book on the ITSO web site. The book is an update of the existing book IBM Business Process Manager V7.5 Production Topologies, SG24-7976 and provides a detailed insight into implementing... [More]
By Colleen Lhota Good business processes enable you to anticipate shifts in the marketplace and exceed your customers' expectations, while keeping costs under control. IBM Business Process Management (BPM) V7.5 can help you discover, document, automate, and continuously improve your business processes to increase efficiency and reduce costs. Want to learn more about BPM V7.5? IBM Education Assistant provides more than 75 videos covering the following topics: Overview of IBM Business Process Management V7.5 Business Process Manager -... [More]
During a residency at the IBM facility in Raleigh, NC USA, where was helping to write the IBM Redbooks publication IBM Business Process Manager V8.0 Production Topologies , I started to think about whether more is better than less.
Before I start, let me point out something about my intention: I wrote this article from a non-technical point-of-view. For sure – from a technical point-of-view – you have a lot of functions, features, and extensions that are really different in the three IBM... [More]
To set up a robust, efficient IBM Business Monitor system, we, the administrators need to conduct a thorough self-education session beforehand. The WebSphere Business Monitor Checklist , which outlines most of the implementation considerations, is a good starting point. We also need to have a comprehensive understanding of the information center ( v6.2 , v7 , and v7.5 ). In addition, Frequently asked questions (FAQ) about IBM Business Monitor is another valuable resource to help us plan, deploy, and troubleshoot.
Today, we are announcing an upcoming change to the Twitter accounts for the IBM Business Process Management (BPM) product family. For your convenience, and to better align with our product family strategy, we are consolidating the IBM_Lombardi , IBM_Modeler , IBM_Monitor , and IBM_ProcessServ Twitter accounts into one Twitter account. Effective Wednesday, February 1, 2012 , we will consolidate these four Twitter accounts into one Twitter account called IBM_BPM . To denote product-specific tweets, we will use the following #hashtags:
On Tuesday, June 26th, Version 7.0.0 Fix Pack 5 was released for the following Business Process Management products:
WebSphere Business Monitor
WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus
WebSphere Integration Developer
WebSphere Process Server
The list above links to the download and installation information for each product.
We hope that your experience with this fix pack exceeds your expectations. However, there might be times when you need to contact IBM Support to resolve issues. To help expedite the support process,... [More]
This blog entry is an addendum to the detailed migration procedure from WebSphere Process Server V7.0.0 to IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.0, which was described by Sharath Srinivas here . The document was co-authored by Werner Tod and Matthias Benda, who are IBM consultants for the IBM Business Process Management family of products.
This blog describes the necessary extra steps for the migration of a WebSphere Process Server V7 environment with WebSphere Business Monitor V7 that is implemented in the same WebSphere cell.