The graphic depicts the Oracle Business Activity Monitoring active data architecture for dynamically moving real-time data to end users through every step of the process. It shows various mechanisms to feed data into Oracle BAM. Oracle BAM processes incoming data and analyzes events. Oracle BAM Web Applications, including Active Viewer, Active Studio, Architect, Administrator, enable users to build Oracle BAM schema, dashboards, and alerts. BAM Data Control enables developers to create ADF pages with active data content. Oracle BAM and its applications then provide output to users.
Oracle SOA Suite makes it easy to expose SOA events, such as BPEL processes, to the BAM engine. Because many of the events are not SOA events, you need to consider all of the different disparate events and how you want to correlate and aggregate that information together and display in real-time dashboards.