Operations Bridge Manager

For Windows® and Linux operating systems

Software Version: 2019.05

Customized output from:

Operations Bridge Manager 2019.05 Installation and Upgrade Guide

Document Release Date: November 2019

Software Release Date: May 2019

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OBM data processing server

A server responsible for aggregating data, running the Business Logic Engine, and controlling the Run-time Service Model (RTSM) service within OBM.

Only one data processing server (DPS) can be active at a time. If an additional DPS is installed, it acts as the backup servers that you can use in case of a failure of the active server. The DPS that is installed first is referred to as primary DPS.