Learn about different areas of administration for Business Transaction Monitoring (BTM); see how to configure BTM for aspects of MQ, your database, and IBM Integration Bus.
Business Transaction Monitoring is a new capability that has been provided in IBM Integration Bus 10.0.0.3. This new capability has been introduced in Business Transaction Monitoring – Why, what, how and the steps to set up and use BTM have been described in Business Transaction Monitoring in IIB.
The following areas are covered in this article:
MQ administration for BTM: You will see what aspects of MQ are used by BTM and what further configuration or tuning you may need to do.
Database administration for BTM: You will see the database tables used by BTM and their inter-dependencies. You will see how to configure BTM for your database.
IIB administration for BTM: You will see how to configure the recording and viewing capability provided by BTM. You will also see how to transfer your configuration for BTM from a test system to a production system.
Planning your use of BTM: You will see how you should consider configuring monitoring events in your message flows and using multiple Business Transaction Definitions across a set of message flows that are used by your business.
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