Enterprises are adopting monitoring techniques to handle massive volumes of data in real time and derive valuable analytics information.
Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) March 10, 2014
Increasingly, enterprises are adopting monitoring techniques to handle massive volumes of data in real time and derive valuable analytics information. To facilitate this effort, WSO2 and Yenlo will jointly present a webinar on how IT developers and architects can optimize monitoring practices and gain insight into business processes using WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (WSO2 ESB) and WSO2 Business Activity Monitor (WSO2 BAM).
The one-hour technical webinar, “How to Monitor Business Processes with WSO2 ESB and WSO2 BAM,” will be held Tuesday, March 18, 2014, from 9 a.m. – 10 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time. For more information, visit http://wso2.com/library/webinars/2014/03/how-to-monitor-business-processes-with-wso2-esb-and-wso2-bam.
Boosting Business Performance with WSO2 ESB and WSO2 BAM
The webinar will explore how organizations can effectively gain business process insight, situational awareness, and service-oriented architecture (SOA) visibility using WSO2 ESB and WSO2 BAM. It also will examine monitoring best practices for handling massive volumes of data, leveraging analytics information, and boosting business performance. Additionally, the session will present a student registration flow use case that highlights how a university monitored its processes for multiple systems from start to end using WSO2 BAM.
Session topics will include, how to:
- Use the WSO2 BAM Mediator for WSO2 ESB.
- Create WSO2 BAM profiles.
- Gather data using an Apache Hive script.
- Combine WSO2 BAM tracing data with custom reports.
Sinthuja Ragendran is a software engineer on the WSO2 data technologies team, who focuses on the development of WSO2 BAM. She is a Sun Certified Java Programmer. Sinthuja also has completed professional examinations from the British Computer Society (BCS): The Chartered Institute for IT, which covers the essential qualifications required for success in computing and IT.
Daniel Palstra is a senior consultant at Yenlo, the Dutch-based software development and consulting company focused on middleware and business process management. He focuses on building enterprise integration layers based on WSO2 products. Daniel brings over six years of IT experience, working for systems integrators with global exposure and presenting numerous international workshops. Additionally, Daniel is a committer on the Apache Stratos (incubating) PaaS framework project.
Yenlo is an ICT services provider with focus on middleware for process integration and business process management. Yenlo takes concerns about ICT away. Therefore Yenlo is specialized in enterprise architecture, software development and 24/7 managed services. Yenlo is the developer of the ebMS adapter for WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus, which handles millions of transactions between government agencies in an extreme fast, reliable and secure way. Yenlo uses Design & Engineering Methodology for Organizations (DEMO), which is an enterprise modeling methodology for transaction modeling, analyzing and representing business processes. Yenlo has partnerships with SUSE, Oracle and WSO2. For more information, visit http://www.yenlo.com or communities on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
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