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100 1  Redbooks, IBM 
245 10 Business Performance Management . . . Meets Business 
       Intelligence 
264  1 Durham :|bI B M,|c2005 
264  4 |c©2005 
300    1 online resource (224 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
505 0  Front cover -- Contents -- Notices -- Trademarks -- 
       Preface -- The team that wrote this redbook -- Become a 
       published author -- Comments welcome -- Introduction -- 
       Business innovation and optimization -- Business 
       performance management -- Optimizing business performance 
       -- Contents abstract -- Chapter 1. Understanding Business 
       Performance Management -- 1.1 The BPM imperative -- 1.2 
       Getting to the details -- 1.2.1 What is BPM again? -- 
       1.2.2 Trends driving BPM -- 1.2.3 Developing a BPM 
       solution -- 1.3 Summary: The BPM advantage -- Chapter 2. 
       The role of business intelligence in BPM -- 2.1 The 
       relationship between BI and BPM -- 2.1.1 Decision making 
       areas addressed by BPM -- 2.1.2 BPM impact on the business
       -- 2.2 Actionable business intelligence -- 2.2.1 Key 
       Performance Indicators -- 2.2.2 Alerts -- 2.2.3 Putting 
       information in a business context -- 2.2.4 Analytic 
       applications -- 2.3 Data warehousing: An evolution -- 
       2.3.1 The need for real-time information -- 2.3.2 Data 
       warehousing infrastructure -- 2.3.3 Data federation -- 2.4
       Business intelligence: The evolution -- 2.4.1 Integrating 
       BPM and BI -- Chapter 3. IBM BPM enablers -- 3.1 IBM BPM 
       Platform -- 3.1.1 User Access to Information -- 3.1.2 
       Analysis and Monitoring -- 3.1.3 Business Processes -- 
       3.1.4 Making Decisions -- 3.1.5 Event Infrastructure -- 
       3.1.6 Enabling IT to help the business -- 3.1.7 Bringing 
       it all together -- 3.2 Web services -- 3.2.1 The promise 
       of Web services -- 3.2.2 Web services architecture -- 
       3.2.3 IBM Web services -- 3.2.4 Using DB2 as a Web 
       services provider and consumer -- 3.2.5 WebSphere 
       Information Integrator and Web services -- Chapter 4. 
       WebSphere: Enabling the solution integration -- 4.1 IBM 
       Business Integration Reference Architecture -- 4.1.1 BIRA 
       components -- 4.2 IBM WebSphere business integration -- 
       4.2.1 WebSphere Business Integration Modeler 
505 8  4.2.2 WebSphere Business Integration Monitor -- 4.2.3 
       WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation -- 4.2.4 
       WebSphere Business Integration Server -- 4.2.5 IBM 
       WebSphere MQ -- 4.2.6 WebSphere Business Integration 
       Connect -- Chapter 5. DB2: Providing the infrastructure --
       5.1 Data warehousing: The base -- 5.1.1 Scalability for 
       growth -- 5.1.2 Partitioning and parallelism for 
       performance -- 5.1.3 High availability -- 5.2 Information 
       integration -- 5.2.1 Data federation -- 5.2.2 Access 
       transparency -- 5.3 DB2 and business intelligence -- 5.3.1
       Continuous update of the data warehouse -- 5.3.2 
       Concurrent update and user access -- 5.3.3 Configuration 
       recommendations -- Chapter 6. BPM and BI solution 
       demonstration -- 6.1 Business scenario -- 6.1.1 Extending 
       the scenario -- 6.1.2 Scenario product architecture -- 
       6.1.3 Hardware and software configuration -- 6.2 
       Implementing the BPM scenario -- 6.2.1 The business 
       processes -- 6.3 Adding BI to the demonstration -- 6.3.1 
       Federation through WebSphere Information Integrator -- 
       6.3.2 Federation through DB2 XML Extender -- 6.4 Adding 
       DB2 Alphablox to the demonstration -- 6.4.1 Configuring 
       the components -- 6.5 Adding WebSphere Portal to the 
       demonstration -- 6.5.1 Configuring the components -- 6.6 
       Completing the scenario -- 6.7 Additional dashboard 
       examples -- Appendix A. Getting started with BPM -- 
       Getting started with BPM -- Selecting measures and KPIs --
       Abbreviations and acronyms -- Glossary -- Related 
       publications -- IBM Redbooks -- Other publications -- 
       Online resources -- How to get IBM Redbooks -- Help from 
       IBM -- Index -- Back cover 
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