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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-06-26T09:25:04Z by Morag Hughson
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Pinned topic Webinar on How self-service for MQ boosts productivity

‏2013-06-25T14:07:08Z |

How Self-service for WebSphere MQ Boosts Productivity

Don't miss the webcast sponsored by the Global WebSphere User Community and Nastel: 

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013 
Time: 11:00am EDT*/8:00 am PDT/15:00 UTC 
Duration: 60 minutes (including Q&A) 
Hosted by 

Little-known fact: application support, DevOps, and operations teams can have direct access to WMQ, test messages in development and quickly find the root-cause of production problems-without needing to call the Middleware Team. 

Another little-known fact: Middleware Teams can leverage easy-to-implement technology to empower their colleagues in application support, DevOps, and operations and also save themselves a boatload of time. 

How, you may ask? Through self-service. Join Richard Nikula, VP of Engineering at Nastel, for this free, 30 minute Webinar and you'll get the details. Learn how enabling various stakeholders with secure, role-based self-service access to WMQ leads to improved availability for applications, a reduction in the frequency and duration of incidents involving middleware, and a boost in the productivity of the entire Middleware Team. 

In this session, learn how middleware teams can use self-service to provide application support, DevOps, or operations the ability to: 

  • View queue status and depth, channel usage
  • Examine queues, channels, queue managers, and subscriptions
  • Browse and manipulate application messages
  • Act on application specific messages (move, copy, edit, route, replay, create)

Who should attend: Middleware, Application support, DevOps, and Operation teams 

The Webcast is completely free to attend, but required pre-registration. Register now below…

  • Morag Hughson
    Morag Hughson
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    Re: Webinar on How self-service for MQ boosts productivity


    Hi - it is a shame you posted this so late. This has now happened I assume?

    Next time - can you give a bit more notice? I would have happily shared this on the WebSphere MQ facebook page too.