WebSphere Business Services Fabric V6.1.2 now offers significant integration
with WebSphere Service Registry and Repository V6.1 (WSRR). The old integration with
WSRR no longer exists, as the new integration offers new ways of working with WSRR.
This article describes how to use the new integration options.
Clustered deployments are essential for growing enterprises because they
enhance your ability to deliver reliable and scalable SOA solutions. This article
provides an overview of how to deploy and configure WebSphere Business Services Fabric in a clustered
Learn how you can leverage the features of WebSphere Business Services
Fabric to build composite business applications that support dynamic binding
and orchestration. In Part 2, you’ll learn how to model the variability points
in the business process as ontology extensions using the Fabric Modeling Tool.
Learn how you can add custom roles to the base WebSphere Business
Services Fabric V6.1 Business Service Model using Rational Software Architect
and the Fabric modeling tool. Once you add these roles, you can build policies
and assertions around them.
Four industry content packs exist: Banking, Insurance, Healthcare and Telecom Operations. These content packs provide Ontologies relevant to the industry in question. It’s basically a model of an entire Insurance company of which you can then pick and choose the relevant objects.6.1 highlights: Installation Enhancements General usability improvements in the editors Runtime enhancements Better simulation. […]
Draft Redbook, last updated: Tue, 11 Mar 2008
– Discover the value of composite business applications
– Model, assemble, and deploy Fabric solutions
– Learn by example with practical scenarios
WebSphere Business Services Fabric (Fabric) is a comprehensive SOA offering that is designed to extend IBM’s business process management platform to deliver flexible composite business applications.
Learn how the WebSphere Business Services Fabric Dynamic Assembler uses
content, context and contract to dynamically select service endpoints. You’ll learn
how policies are used to select candidate endpoints, and how the Dynamic Assembler
handles policy conflicts and policy resolution.
I noticed that my blog has started off very Process Server and Integration developer centric. I’m sure this is because I’m currently working on these products at my client (along with being a member of the development team). I just wanted to point out that I’m also conversant in WebSphere Business Services Fabric (WBSF); 6.0. […]