On July 18th 2017 the Bluemix team announced the deprecation of the single and Scalable Group Container Service. This service will go out of support on the 5th December 2017. You are now unable to provision single containers through the container service and as such the details in this blog are no longer applicable.
The IBM MQ image is still available in Bluemix, it is now found in the Bluemix Container Registry. The new Bluemix Container Service uses Kubernetes clusters in order to deploy and manage containers. The IBM MQ image is compatible in this new environment and Matt Roberts has written a blog post that details how you can use the IBM MQ image in the new Container Service.
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We're pleased to announced that we have now released a IBM MQ image available for use on the Bluemix container service. This image uses the IBM MQ Advanced for Developers and is free to use for development and unit test purposes only. The image uses the latest continuous delivery releases of IBM MQ (currently 9.0.1) and will be updated with each new version to ensure you have access to the latest fixes and features.
This image can be used to create a running Queue Manager with only a few clicks of a button that you can use to quickly connect your tests or applications into. The image supports the IBM MQ Console for easy configuration without the need to log into the container and also allows you to create your own container image extending off of it for automatic customization.
To use the image you only need a Bluemix account, then find the image called ibm-mq in the Catalog under containers. You should then follow the documentation located here to get started with creating your first container quickly and easily.
If you would like to watch a video that shows you the steps you need to take to get started with the container image you can watch this YouTube video.
If you encounter any issues or have any comments you wish to raise about the image we ask that you raise them on the MQ Docker GitHub repository.