Monitoring business activities in a service oriented architecture (SOA) translates into monitoring relevant web services. This means that capturing messages and statistics from servers deployed in the SOA deployment should be trivial to monitor and gain an insight into what happens in an organization.
Though this is the case, a monitoring solution needs to wary of other factors that get involved in serious monitoring use cases:
WSO2 BAM 2.0 is a complete re-write of the BAM 1.x version, based on lessons learnt in order to suit the requirements stated above. This session will discuss how we address these requirements based on NoSQL data storage, super fast data transfer rates, configuration based analytics and WYSIWIG UI development tools.
Tharindu, Product Manager of BAM and Senior Software Engineer, has been involved in Web Service technologies for 3 years. He has practical experience working with projects like Apache Cassandra, Apache Hadoop, Apache Thrift and various other open source projects. He has been involved in many development projects in various countries in Europe, Asia and the Americas.