The WSO2 Business Activity Monitor (WSO2 BAM) is an enterprise-ready, fully-open source, complete solution for aggregating, analyzing and presenting information about business activities. It provides just-in-time visibility into distributed complex systems, including service-oriented architecture (SOA) processes, transactions and workflows.
Since all WSO2 products are based on the component-based WSO2 Carbon platform, WSO2 BAM is lean, lightweight and consists of only the required components for efficient functioning. It is also an efficient and easy-to-deploy alternative to traditionally large, complex, proprietary business activity monitoring solutions. WSO2 BAM comprises of only required modules to give the best of performance, scalability and customizability, allowing businesses to achieve time-effective results for their solutions without sacrificing performance or the ability to scale. Its simple plug-points enable easy integration into SOA as well as non-SOA and legacy applications, offering enterprises a powerful framework for tracking and analyzing big data related to prominent businesses dealing with massive-scale, on-time data analysts.
This is the official, released WSO2 Business Activity Monitor Documentation, hosted at: .The purpose of this documentation is to provide you with information for setting up, configuring and implementing the WSO2 BAM .
If you are a first time user, the following sections will introduce WSO2 BAM and help you get started quickly.
If you have a specific question regrading BAM, refer to the FAQ.
This documentation is structured by main features of the BAM. Therefore, for a more comprehensive coverage of the entire product, its important subject areas, and the advanced configurations, we recommend that you spend some time with the documentation structure before digging into the content. You can get a high-level view of the main topics covered by going through the left navigation panel of the online documentation, or the table of contents in a printed version.
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