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developerWorks Series WebSphere Business Integration Primer: Process Server, BPEL, SCA and SOA by Michele Chilanti, Vinod Jessani, Ashok Iyengar

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Chapter 5. WebSphere Process Server

Now that we have discussed the foundation of the programming model and the tools you can use to create business integration solutions, we want to introduce the WebSphere Process Server (WPS) product from IBM. This is the runtime platform where you deploy those applications. At the heart of business integration is a server that facilitates integration of applications, data, and processes. WPS is a robust application server that can run on a single Windows or UNIX® machine, on a mainframe system, or that can be clustered across several different machines.

Describing the details of an integration server is a vast topic that encompasses numerous aspects, such as selecting a deployment topology, planning for availability ...

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