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One of the difficulties organizations initially have after installing Oracle BAM 12c is determining how to define the security levels and permissions for its different types of users. Oracle BAM has both coarse grained security defined at the application role level down to very fine grained security defined at individual BAM artifact and data object row level.
Until now, exporting data from Oracle BAM 12c to Excel has been difficult. A new feature in 12.2.1.2 now makes this simple for business users to do from a BAM dashboard.

Oracle BAM dashboards and user objects can be quite powerful. All of the sophisticated dashboards and user objects in the world are not as useful though if migrating them from a test to a production environment is a tedious, error-prone process. Oracle provides a utility to import/export BAM information and AVIO has a Maven plugin that aids in calling that import/export utility using baselined BAM information in source control. This helps make Continuous Deployment possible by adding a "development workflow" to Oracle BAM.

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Oracle Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) dashboards provide highly graphical summaries of what's going on in a process.  They can also help identify when bottlenecks arise in a process. Process metrics are not an afterthought, however.  A process' key performance indicators should be identified earlier, rather than later, in process design as the business indicators take the form of project variables that must be assigned at points in the process.

Over the last several years we have witnessed an increase in the number of Citizen Developers supporting business automation outside of the IT department. Gartner describe a Citizen Developer in their IT Glossary as…

With the latest release of Oracle BAM 12c (12.1.3), Oracle has completely redesigned the BAM user interface (UI). This is the final post in a four part series of posts introducing this new UI. 

Part 1 - Introducing the New Oracle BAM 12c Composer

Part 2 - Navigating Oracle BAM 12c Composer's New "Home" Page

With the latest release of Oracle BAM 12c (12.1.3), Oracle has completely redesigned the user interface (UI) and this is the third post in a four part series of posts introducing this new UI.

Part 1 - Introducing the New Oracle BAM 12c Composer

Part 2 - Navigating Oracle BAM 12c Composer's New "Home" Page

With the latest release of Oracle BAM 12c (12.1.3), Oracle has completely redesigned the user interface (UI). This is the second post in a four part series of posts introducing this new UI. 

Part 1 - Introducing the New Oracle BAM 12c Composer

Part 2 - Navigating Oracle BAM 12c Composer's New "Home" Page

Part 3 - Navigating Oracle BAM 12c Composer's New "Administrator" Page

With the latest release of Oracle BAM 12c (12.1.3), Oracle has completely redesigned the user interface (UI).  This is the first post in a four part series of posts where I will give you brief overviews of these changes and hopefully provide you with some insight into the redesign and how to navigate within the new UI.

Part 1 - Introducing the New Oracle BAM 12c Composer

Part 2 - Navigating Oracle BAM 12c Composer's New "Home" Page

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