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Oracle SOA Suite Components
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Illustration showing Oracle BAM. It shows Composite Application, JMS Message Source, Data Stream, Database, and Application connect to Oracle BAM Server. Oracle BAM Server contains three tiers. The first tier contains BAM Adapter, JMS Connector, Web Services, ODI. The second tier contains Alert Users, Generate Dashboards, Identity Trends, Aggregate Events, and Correlate Events. The third tier contains Active Viewer, Active Studio, Architect, Administrator, and BAM Data Control. Output from this last tier is sent to Event-Driven Alerts, Real-Time Dashboards, BPEL Process Integration, Web Services Integration, and ADF Page.
Oracle Business Activity Monitoring

Oracle Business Activity Monitoring (Oracle BAM) is a complete solution for building real-time operational dashboards and monitoring and alerting applications over the Web. Using this technology, business user gain the ability to build interactive, real-time dashboards and proactive alerts to monitor their business services and processes. More specifically, Oracle BAM enables business operation workers and managers to:

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.