On January 22nd, 2009, a panel of IBM experts answered questions on anything and everything to do with WebSphere® MQ. All topics were fair game, including architecture, clustering, high availability, performance, security, disaster recovery, new features in V7.0, and WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition. To learn more about WebSphere MQ, see the developerWorks WebSphere MQ zone.
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T.Rob Wyatt is a Certified IT Specialist in IBM Software Services for WebSphere. He is based in Charlotte, North Carolina, but travels worldwide consulting and speaking about WebSphere MQ security and high availability. He recently completed a residency with the WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition development team and is the author of the developerWorks WebSphere Mission:Messaging column.
Christopher Frank is a Certified Consulting I/T Specialist working on the IBM WebSphere Americas TechWorks team. He has been with IBM since 1999 and is based in Minnesota, although he travels across the Americas evangelizing on WebSphere MQ and WebSphere Message Broker. He has over 25 years of experience in the I/T industry, both in customer roles as well as with IBM. Most recently, he was the lead on developing the WebSphere MQ V7 Proof of Technology materials.
Peter Potkay is an MQSeries Technical Team Leader with IBM Global Services on The Hartford account in Hartford, Connecticut. He started working with MQSeries 6 years ago as a developer, then made the transition to supporting The Hartford's MQ and WebSphere Message Broker infrastructure in 2003. His strengths include MQ clustering and triggering and security on the Windows and Unix platforms. He is a frequent contributor to www.mqseries.net and the Vienna MQ list serve.