Monday Feb 24, 2014

Monitoring large flow traces with Oracle SOA Suite by Martin Günther

End-to-end monitoring of BPEL process instances acro ss composite borders is a great feature of Oracle SOA/Business Process Management Suite 11g. It is shown in nearly every PreSales presentation and when you were used to know SOA Suite 10g or to work with other kinds of distributed, heterogenous systems it is a real improvement.

But when you implement large process chains you might realize that the newly won process transparency can raise new challenges. Imagine you have a root process which creates several instances of sub-processes. In such a case without doing any extra work you will get one flow trace for the process and all of its sub-process instances. For large process chains you need to consider the following facts:

  • Transparency: Although it shows an end-to-end view of the whole execution tree, trying to find a faulted sub-process might be a real challenge. It doesn’t matter if you start the search from the root process instance or from one of the sub-processes - the flow trace always displays all components of the execution context. When you click on a sub-process and you go back to the flow trace you might have to expand all child nodes again and again.
  • DataSetTooLargeException:  When your flow trace becomes longer and longer, you will observe, that there is a maximum size for the audit trail that can be displayed by Enterprise Manager. Usually it results in a java.lang.RuntimeException: oracle.soa.management.facade.DataSetTooLargeException: Requested audit trail size is larger than threshold … chars
    For large execution trees, sub-process instances might not be displayed or you might not be able to see things in detail.
  • Low Memory: It is not only the visible representation of your instance, which struggles. A huge audit trail implicitly means that your needed memory allocation for executing your process instance grows. It can grow to this extent that your process instance crashes because of running low in memory.

Read the complete article here.

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Thursday Nov 01, 2012

Oracle BPM enable BAM by Peter Paul

BPMN processes created in the BPM Suite can be monitored by standardized dashboard in the BPM workspace. Besides that there a default views to export Oracle BPM metrics to a data warehouse. And there is another option: BAM – Business Activity Monitoring. BAM takes the monitoring of BPMN processes one step further. 01 BPM enable BAM select project preferences

BAM allows you to create more advanced dashboards and even real-time alerts. BAM enables you to make decisions based on real-time information gathered from your running processes. With BPMN processes you can use the standard Business Indicators that the BPM Suite offers you and use them to with BAM without much extra effort. However you have to enable BAM in BPM processes. Read the full article here.

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Wednesday Oct 24, 2012

User Experience Monitoring with Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c and Real User Experience Insight 12R1 Demo Now Available!

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We are pleased to announce the availability of the Oracle real user experience Insight demo that showcases some of the key capabilities of user experience monitoring. This demo specifically focuses on business reporting, integrated performance diagnostics, tracking of customer journey’s through RUEI’s userflow tracking capabilities and it’s key performance Iidicators tracking and configuration.

Demo Highlights The demo showcases the following capabilities of real user experience Insight.

  • Application-centric dashboard
  • Integration with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c – JVMD, ADP and BTM
  • Session diagnostics and user session replay
  • Monitoring through “Key Performance Indicators” (KPI) --- create alerts/incidents
  • FUSION Application centric dashboards & integrated BI

Demo Instructions Go to the DSS website for Oracle Partners. On the Standard Demo Launchpad page, click on the link “Real User Experience Insight 12c (Aug ‘12)” (tagged as “NEW”), under the “Applications Management” section. The demo launchpad page contains a link to a detailed demo script with instructions on how to show the demo.

BPM 11.1.1.5 for Apps: BPM for EBS Demo available
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