Introductory webinar on the open source WSO2 Business Activity Monitor 2.0.0

Link to register : http://wso2.org/library/webinars/2012/09/introducing-all-new-wso2-bam2-all-your-business-monitoring-needs/

I will be doing an introductory webinar on the recently released WSO2 BAM 2.0.0 at the following times on Wednesday, 19th September, 2012:

  • 09:00 AM – 10:00 AM (PDT)
  • 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM (GMT)

In that I will be two quick demos based on,

  • Defining custom KPIs and Analytics based on data from an iPhone App
  • Monitoring the WSO2 servers through the Service Stats toolbox

Here is the official content of the webinar:

In a webinar conducted earlier this year, we presented a preview of WSO2 BAM2 which is a complete re-write of the BAM 1.x versions. We explained how WSO2 BAM2 addresses the requirements of customization, scalability and performance based on NoSQL data storage, super fast data transfer rates, configuration based analytics, and WYSIWIG UI development tools.

Today WSO2 BAM2 is available with a whole new set of features and capabilities such as

  • Collecting and Storing any type of business data
  • High Performance Data Capture Framework with a REST API
  • Pre-Built Data Agents for all WSO2 Products
  • SQL like analytics language
  • Scalablea analytics based on Hadoop
  • Dashboard and Reporting capabilities

and more..

Join Tharindu Mathew on this webinar as he takes you through the enhanced features and capabilities of WSO2 BAM2 and demonstrates how they can be applied in common business scenarios such as,

  • SOA server monitoring
  • ESB monitoring
  • Custom KPI Definition and Monitoring

 

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