Oracle Real-Time Decisions (Oracle RTD) enables you to develop adaptive enterprise software solutions. These adaptive solutions continuously learn from business process transactions while they execute and optimize each transaction, in real time, by way of rules and predictive models.
This document provides information about administering Oracle RTD. It explains how to install and configure Oracle RTD, set up authentication for maintaining security, and manage Oracle RTD MBeans.
This document is intended for administrators of Oracle RTD. Oracle RTD administrators should have a working knowledge of how to administer enterprise-level applications.
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