BPEL PM and OSB operational management with Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Grid Control
This book is a step-by-step tutorial on how to automate the management of BPEL Process manager, SOA Suite, and Oracle Service Bus. Each chapter has a problem-solution approach, starting with a real-world problem and then providing the solution to the problem using illustrative examples. This book is written for BPEL and OSB administrators who deal with Oracle BPEL Process Manager, Oracle SOA Suite, or Oracle Service Bus in a production environment and who need to automate operational tasks. If you are an SOA architect or associated with SOA governance, this book will serve as an eye opener for the many available features to provide production assurance in complex SOA environments. A general awareness of Service-Oriented Architecture is expected, as well as an awareness of Oracle SOA products such as BPEL Process Manager and Oracle Service Bus. No specific management or operational expertise is required.
- Electronic book text | 248 pages
- 23 Aug 2010
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Narayan Bharadwaj
Narayan has spent more than ten years in the enterprise software business in various functions - from software consultant to database administrator to developer and finally product manager. More recently, Narayan was a Group Product Manager in the Oracle Enterprise Manager product line where he was responsible for middleware and SOA management areas. At Oracle, Narayan oversaw a period of major technological acquisitions that greatly complemented the flagship Grid Control product. He was responsible for bringing the Management Pack for SOA to market and creating awareness (and revenue) in the middleware and SOA domain regarding operational pain points and solutions. He has authored white papers on SOA management, spoken at several industry events including Oracle User Groups, Oracle Open World, and so on. Narayan has a technical bachelor's degree from the Indian Institute of Technology and an MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. He lives in San Mateo with his wife and two year-old son.