I am happy to announce our new BPM 11g Performance Tuning whitepaper is now available on OTN (here). This white paper captures real world best practices from actual performance tuning exercises across many real BPM implementations – that’s ‘best practices’ in the sense that these are the things that we have found over time and over many engagements to give the best results.
This whitepaper has been under development for quite a while now, and has been through a heap of reviews and revisions. So it is great to finally get it out there, and hopefully you will find it useful!
Many people have contributed to this whitepaper – from reporting on tuning experiences, to writing, reviewing, and testing. I would like to thank the following folks:
Vikas Anand, Deepak Arora, Partricio Barletta, Heidi Buelow, Christopher Karl Chan, Manoj Das, Andrew Dorman, Pete Farkas, Mark Foster, Simone Geib, Kim LiChong, Ralf Mueller, Bhagat Nainani, Sabha Parameswaran, Robert Patrick, David Read, Derek Sharpe, Sushil Shukla, Kavitha Srinivasan, Meera Srinivasan, Will Stallard and Shumin Zhao.
I sincerely hope that I have not forgotten anyone, but if I have, the error is entirely mine.
This whitepaper is meant to compliment the Performance and Tuning Guide in the Fusion Middleware documentation. Readers should also consult the excellent whitepaper on purging SOA/BPM 11g databases by Michael Bousamra with Deepak Arora and Sai Sudarsan Pogaru which is available on OTN (here).
For those with an interest in BPM 10g, I remind you of our previously published BPM 10g Performance Tuning whitepaper, which continues to be available on OTN (here).