Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Oracle BAM (Oracle Business Activity Monitoring) Features

Oracle BAM (Oracle Business Activity Monitoring) Features:

Oracle Business Activity Monitoring (Oracle BAM) is a complete solution for building interactive, real-time dashboards and proactive alerts for monitoring business processes and services.
Oracle BAM gives business executives and operation managers the information they need to make better business decisions and take corrective action if the business environment changes.
  • Able to monitor the BPEL process and other processes by integrating the processes with BAM.
  • Able to create live report for the process integrated
  • Able to alert the users based on the rules defined
  • We can able to call BPEL and other Webservices from BAM.

Oracle BAM is comprised of six components:

  • Data Integration
  • Data Caching
  • Analytics
  • Monitoring
  • Alerting
  • Reporting

Oracle BAM Event Engine:

  • Oracle BAM Event Engine monitors complex changing conditions in the data and the system in real-time and based upon user-defined rules.
  • Takes a variety of actions in response to those changes.
  • Notifying the appropriate user with an alert and/or report.

Oracle BAM Active Report Engine:

  • Oracle BAM Active Report Engine assembles and formats the data for a live report to be displayed in Oracle BAM’s thin and rich clients
  • Reports are available in a variety and combination of view types including charts

Oracle BAM –User Interfaces:

Oracle BAM Active Viewer
thin user interface for the business user
Oracle BAM Active Studio
thin user interface for the power user
the power user can create and edit reports
Oracle BAM Architect
thin user interface for the data designer focused on creating data objects in the Oracle BAM Active Data Cache
Oracle BAM Administrator
thin user interface for the system administrator who is responsible for user management and overall server management

Security Filter:

Security filters to data objects so that only specific users can view specific rows in the data object


Permissions for users and groups on data objects.

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