In this post I will tell you how to install IBM Business Automation Manager Open Editions
on your local environment with a simple command.
The prerequisites are minimal, a Linux box with at least 4GB of ram, very little disk space, a Java runtime, IBM and RedHat accounts from which to download the installation packages and any fixes.
The explanation and sources of the installation tool are on my GitHub project.
Let's start with accessing the portals for downloading packages, navigate to https://github.com/marcoantonioni/ibm-bamoe-oneshot-installation
and read the guide.
To begin the installation clone the github ibm-bamoe-oneshot-installation
project to your laptop and use the scripts.
By following the instructions in the readme file you can have a IBM Business Automation Manager Open Editions
development and runtime environment in seconds.References
IBM Process Automation Manager Open Editions Documentation
IBM Business Automation Manager Open Editions Software Support Lifecycle Addendum
Installing and configuring IBM Business Automation Manager Open Editions
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