1. Overlord RTGov Define and Enforce a Policy


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    This demo provides an indepth view of how a policy can be defined and enforced within the Overlord RTGov infrastructure. The demonstration shows how requests to a SwitchYard application can be blocked, if a customer has been suspended, due to decisions made within a business policy that is outside the scope of the SwitchYard application. This enables business policies to be changed without impacting the application.

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    • Overlord RTGov Call Trace Capability


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      This video demonstrates the call trace capability within the Overlord RTGov project. The call trace can be used to visualise the call hierarchy that represents the service invocations across an SOA. Contained within each call node in the trace will be represented any activities that occurred within the scope of that call. This facility enables a user to understand how the business transaction instance executed, as well as the duration it spent within each call, thus allowing performance bottlenecks to be identified.

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      • Introduction to Overlord RTGov


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        This demo introduces the Overlord RTGov project, with the ability to define and enforce policies outside the scope of the application being monitored, and to provide a visual representation of the service interactions that is colour coded to reflect any performance issues that may occur. Details of how the policies and rules are defined can be found in the quickstart documentation: https://docs.jboss.org/author/display/BAM/Quickstart+Guide

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