ISBN 9789350233627,Deploying Websphere Business Process Management V7 In Secured Production Environments

Deploying Websphere Business Process Management V7 In Secured Production Environments

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ISBN 9789350233627
Publisher

Shroff Publishers

Publication Year 2011
ISBN-13

ISBN 9789350233627

ISBN-10 9350233622
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 156 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Internet

This IBM® Redbooks® publication describes how to build a production topology for business process management (BPM) solutions. The target audience is IT architects and IT specialists who want to implement a production topology in secured production environments and who have a high-level understanding of WebSphere® BPM products. This book emphasizes the steps for a successful installation without root access and without a graphic user interface (GUI). This book addresses the following products and provides instructions for creating a production-level Remote Messaging and Remote Support environment using a deployment environment pattern: WebSphere Process Server V7.0.0.2 WebSphere Business Monitor V7.0.0.2 WebSphere Business Services Fabric V7.0.0.2 About the Authors Uday Pillai is an Advisory Software Engineer with the IBM Austin lab. He has over 12 years of experience implementing middleware and information management topologies. His areas of expertise include WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere Process Server, WebSphere Business Monitor, WebSphere Business Service Fabric, WebSphere Industry Content Packs, DB2, and Oracle. In his current role at IBM he works with services teams to deploy BPM products on complex customer environments. Pankuj Chachra is a QA Architect working with the IBM Austin lab. He has over four years of experience in sales and over nine years of experience delivering quality products, working with customers and services teams on deploying software and proofs of concept (POCs), troubleshooting customer issues, and bringing customer feedback into testing. His areas of expertise include WebSphere Process Server, WebSphere Business Monitor, WebSphere Business Service Fabric, and WebSphere Industry Content Packs. Table Of Contents: Chapter 1. Business Process Management products overview Chapter 2. Business Process Management production topologies Chapter 3. Preparing the environment Chapter 4. WebSphere Process Server: Remote
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