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BizTalk 2010 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach by Mark Beckner

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Chapter 11. Business Activity Monitoring

BizTalk implementations can be generally defined as business processes, and business processes generally create metrics and data, which are needed for reporting purposes. The ability to rapidly generate and access such metrics and reports about business processes is essential to many parties, including managers, developers, and integration partners. One of the core components of BizTalk Server 2010 is the Business Activity Monitor (BAM) framework, which allows you to create, deploy, and view information about running or previously run processes. BAM implementations publish the metrics and reports and make them available to users through custom interfaces, which are updated in near real time as data progresses ...

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