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IBM MQ Little Gem #2: RPRODUCT and RVERSION Many MQ users have client applications which connect into their queue managers. These client applications run on machines all round the enterprise, and in some cases outside the enterprise. Often, little is known about the client machine because it is owned by the Line of Business application owners rather than the build and run team who look after the queue managers.
Tips and tricks to build geolocation into your apps and boost user engagement Mobile apps that provide flat information about maps, location details, and area resources often fail to sustain customer interest. Users don’t just want to know what street they’re on; they want to know who and what is around them. Get best practices into features like geospatial queries that provide much more compelling results than pins on a map.
Featured Blog: Adding Ant to IBM Operational Decision Manager This week, one of my team expressed a requirement for the Apache Ant tool, to deploy a rules application using scripting. She wanted to create a deployment package whereby the rules application would automatically be deployed to the target run-time, Decision Server. My experiences with Ant are fairly minimal, but I did recall that WAS does include a version of the framework, packaged via the ws_ant script.
Webcast replay: Understanding IBM MQ Deployment Choices and Use Cases There has been an explosion of choices for deploying IBM MQ and other messaging options. The product structure has changed and more advances have been made in the environments in which MQ is being deployed, such as the cloud and virtualized environments. Learn about the range of choices for deploying IBM MQ capabilities.
Webcast replay: What’s new in IBM BPM 8.5.6 Process improvement can appear a daunting prospect in an intricate business network, but companies that gain greater visibility into business operations stand to benefit from streamlined operations and reduced costs. IBM Business Process Management (BPM) allows enterprises to discover, document, automate, and continuously improve business processes.