BMC Remedy ITSM Process Designer deployment example
This topic provides an example for how BMC Remedy ITSM Process Designer 8.3.03 can be deployed.
The following information is for the web-based BMC Remedy ITSM Process Designer client and not the stand-alone client. However, the information provided in this topic might be helpful when you are considering deploying applications in an on-premise environment.
This deployment example enables you to use BMC Remedy ITSM Process Designer, which provides an easy way to create internal processes using a graphical drag-and-drop interface.
The following information describes an example deployment:
- BMC Remedy ITSM Process Designer is deployed behind a load-balancing reverse proxy.
- The Java Web Start module (part of the Process Designer graphical tool) downloads the BMC Remedy ITSM Process Designer JAR files to the user’s computer that is running a browser.
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This deployment example consists of the following components:
- In the BMC environment:
- The BMC Remedy Mid Tier Data Visualization Module (DVM) plug-in, which is responsible for launching the graphical tool is used as a communication layer between the client graphical application and the BMC Remedy AR System server.
- BMC Remedy AR System is used to store the process and workflow data and a filter API plug-in is used as the process execution engine.
- The processes and workflows are attached to the different BMC Remedy ITSM records.
- In your environment, the graphical tool client Java application can be launched from BMC Remedy Mid Tier by using Java Web Start technology. For information about installing Java, see the BMC Remedy IT Service Management Process Designer Installation Guide at PDFs and videos.
For information about configuring and using BMC Remedy ITSM Process Designer, see the documentation provided at PDFs and videos.