Results for tag: wmq
Posted by: Scott on Apr 24, 2013 at 12:08:01 PM
I just heard about an Impact session I am very interested in checking out. While there are sesions on available technologoes, and sessions on best practives, and technical sessions on how-to topics, my favorite sessions are those where a real-life customer talks through the ways they've benefitted from an implementation.
On Monday there is a customer case study "How Technology is used for real-time compliance monitoring" (Session: BPB-3197) that promises to be valuable. If you're there, and you're interested check it out Monday, April 29, 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM in the Venetian - Marcello 4403 room.
See you there.
Posted by: Roger L. on Apr 11, 2013 at 03:31:06 PM
Capitalware would like to announce a new 3-day MQ Technical Conference v22.214.171.124 (MQTC). MQTC is an event that will educate attendees on current practices, methodologies, administration, problem determination, security best practices and technology trends for IBM's WebSphere MQ. MQTC will offer over 40 sessions that are designed to enhance the skills of IT professionals who are using IBM's WebSphere MQ on AIX, HP-UX, IBM i (OS/400), Linux, Solaris, Windows and z/OS. www.mqtechconference.com
MQTC will be the largest conference in the world solely dedicated to IBM's WebSphere MQ.
Date: September 23 to September 25, 2013
Location: Kalahari Resorts in Sandusky, Ohio
Duration: 3 Days
Early-bird Price: ...
Posted by: Scott on Mar 1, 2013 at 09:19:49 AM
IBM developerWorks recently published an article on cloud based middleware that I thought might be of interest to you. Below is an abstract:
If an organization’s needs remained static, life would be much easier for IT provisioning, but then the IT staff wouldn’t be around long enough to enjoy the rewards. It’s just a fact of being an IT profession that you have to figure out how you can respond to scenarios such as:
Posted by: Steve Robinson (The Middleware Shop) on Feb 25, 2013 at 07:30:33 PM
This course follows a simple “Do-it-yourself” style that is unique to The Middleware Shop's courses. Containing > 650 pages and slides, the student learns through doing WebSphere Message Queue 7.5 Administration.
This course represents one of the big three, most common Enterprise products in the IBM WebSphere brand. WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere Message Broker and WebSphere MQ are often found working together.
It is fundamental that you understand the WebSphere MQ product.
The following are the topics covered:
Posted by: Steve Robinson (The Middleware Shop) on Jan 28, 2013 at 09:10:43 PM
Bascially a snippet from one of my courses, but I thought I would add it to help with 7.5 installs. This doc is 7.1, but really no different for the basic install. Maybe someone can benfit? Good luck, your friend - Steve
Websphere MQ has many components which are available as part of the core or as support pacs or add-ons. They are available for a wide variety of platforms we will focus on Linux here.
As MQ is all about integrating components so you will need a set or machines in a network to play around with it. Or you could use virtualization software to create a virtual network of machines. You would preferably need 2 Linux boxes and a Windows box.
The setup used in this HowTo is shown below
The First machine Server 1 hosts the Qmanager1 (TEST1). The Second machine...
Posted by: Celia Hamilton on Nov 6, 2012 at 02:10:31 PM
Don’t miss your chance to save €200 off the registration price of the WebSphere MQ Administration seminar taking place in Amsterdam 4-7 December. Speakers T.Rob Wyatt, A.J. Aronoff, and Glen Brumbaugh have over 35 combined years of experience in MQ administration. They will cover essential MQ administration topics like performance tuning, clustering, and security.
Are you running MQ on z/OS? This seminar covers what you need to know to optimize your MQ environment on both the mainframe and distributed systems.
If you’re new to MQ or need a skills refresh, join the 1-day Workshop Day prior to the seminar.
Don’t miss this chance to lock in the lowest registration rate possible! This rate expires Friday, 9 November.
Visit the seminar web site for the session abstracts,...
Posted by: Charley on Nov 1, 2012 at 04:39:02 PM
Just posted a new whitepaper in our series on the latest releases of MQ:
Running Multiple Versions and Taking Advantage of WebSphere MQ 7.1 and 7.5
Since IBM released two versions of WebSphere MQ in close proximity to each other, it is important to understand how to best utilize the beneﬁts of both versions and how to get them to work together with previous versions. This white paper will give you a better understanding of how to get them to all get along.
You can download it for free at: www.nastel.com/index.php?option=com_cont... ...
Posted by: Celia Hamilton on Nov 1, 2012 at 01:58:12 PM
The WebSphere MQ Administration seminar comes to Amsterdam 4-7 December. So far the seminar has received 100% approval ratings from all of its attendees. That means that every single person who has attended the seminar feels the training is vital and valuable enough to recommend it to their fellow WebSphere MQ Admins. That's pretty powerful. But how do you know if the seminar is for you? Here are some questions to ponder:
IBM withdrew support for WebSphere MQ v6 in September 2012. What is your plan to migrate? At the WebSphere MQ Administration seminar, get the real-world advice you need to ensure a smooth upgrade as well as how to avoid common roadblocks.
Do you want to tune WebSphere so it gives you the performance you need? WebSphere MQ 7.1 is designed to take advantage of today’s...
Posted by: Celia Hamilton on Oct 18, 2012 at 01:18:08 PM
The Chicago edition of the WebSphere MQ Administration seminar wrapped up last week and, just as when we had it in New York this June, received a 100% approval rating from attendees. The seminar covers essential information for WebSphere MQ administrators, including security, clustering, and performance tuning. The speakers cover topics for those running MQ on distributed systems as well as the mainframe. If you’re new to MQ administration or just need to brush up on your skills, the seminar offers a Workshop Day that covers the roles of the MQ admin, troubleshooting and root cause analysis, and the best tools for routine diagnostics and administration.
Here’s what some of your colleagues have said about the seminar so far:
Posted by: Charley on Oct 15, 2012 at 03:34:21 PM
A new whitepaper on WebSphere MQ is now available:
Introduction to WebSphere MQ 7.1 & 7.5
This whitepaper is an introduction to the new features and capabilities in IBM WebSphere MQ 7.1 and 7.5 and covers the following: