The 5-Minute IBM BPM Health Check

  • April 29, 2015
  • Scott

For BP3’s BP Labs customers, our team regularly publishes great articles to help enable their teams.  A recent example is “The 5 Minute IBM BPM Health Check Guide“, by our own Dave Rosen, wherein we give you a quick guide to checking up on your IBM BPM systems’ health.

So you want to know more about how to quickly see if your IBM BPM environment is up and running?  Then this article is for you.  This is not an in-depth look at how to monitor or check the environment, but rather a basic guide to get new IBM BPM administrators familiar with the basics of what to expect.

This is not a detailed guide and you will be expected to test and learn on your own, however this should cover most of the basics of manually checking if an IBM BPM environment is operational.

If you’re a BP Labs customer you can click on the link and read the full article.  For those not familiar, our BP Labs group started as our team to do R&D and support for our own professional services team – but BP Labs’ offerings have grown to become the premier support and managed services offering for BPM solutions.  I couldn’t be more proud of the work they do for us and for our customers.  Our customers love our support team as well. And we know how rare that is in enterprise software. If you would like a preview of what it is like to be a BP Labs customer you can click here to request the 5 Minute BPM Health Check.

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