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IBM Business Process Manager V8.5 Performance Tuning and Best Practices by Mike Collins, Zi Hui Duan, Andreas Fried, Ben Hoflich, Chris Richardson, Torsten Wilms

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Database configuration, tuning, and best practices
IBM Business Process Manager uses a relational database not only for persisting the state of business processes and tasks, it also leverages the multi-user concurrency and transactional features of the database to guarantee integrity and consistency in a multi-user clustered BPM environment.
The nature of the process models has an immediate effect on database performance. Poorly designed process models can slow down the whole BPM system. Refer to Chapter 3, “Development best practices” on page 29 ...

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