The following diagram illustrates a typical IBM Business Process Manager configuration:
- From the IBM Process Designer and IBM Integration Designer authoring environments, multiple users connect to the Process Center.
- In the Process Designer and Integration Designer authoring environments, process and service designers create deployable process applications and re-usable toolkits. Process applications contain process models and service implementations, including any required supporting files. They are stored in the Process Center repository, where they can be shared.
- The Process Center includes a Process Center server and Business Performance Data Warehouse, allowing users working in IBM Process Designer to run their process applications and store performance data for testing and playback purposes during development efforts.
- From the Process Center Console, administrators install process applications that are ready for staging, testing, or production on the Process Servers in those environments.
- From the Process Center Console, administrators manage running instances of process applications in all configured environments.
- From the IBM Process Portal, end users perform assigned tasks. The Process Center server and Process Server in configured runtime environments can run the process applications that create the assigned tasks.
- Using the Process Portal, process participants can connect to the Process Center server or a Process Server in any configured runtime environment, depending on whether a process is being developed, tested, or has been released to a production environment.
- Performance Data Warehouse retrieves tracked data from the Process Server or Process Center server at regular intervals. Users can create and view reports that leverage this data in the authoring environments and IBM Process Portal.
- From the Process Admin Console and Performance Admin Console, administrators can manage and maintain all runtime servers.
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