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Cattle not pets: Achieving lightweight integration with IBM Integration Bus
Lightweight "cattle" style integration using IBM Integration Bus offers tempting benefits in terms of agility, elastic scalability, and more individual resilience models. This article explores key concepts of cattle-style integration. It also provides recommendations for constructing images for containers, such as Docker.
Also available in: Japanese  
31 Aug 2017
Simplify file transfer from the enterprise to the cloud with IBM MQ Advanced
When you move multiple file transfer applications to a cloud platform, you must adopt the predefined standard software stack that is provided by the cloud vendor. This article highlights a single solution for three of the most commonly encountered migration scenarios by using the managed file transfer capability in IBM MQ.
01 Apr 2017
Support continuous configuration deployments for IBM MQ with UrbanCode
This tutorial provides a model for automating IBM MQ configuration deployments for IBM MQ server and environment management.
Also available in: Chinese   Japanese  
07 Oct 2016
Processing messages with the IBM MQ messaging provider activation specifications in WebSphere Application Server
This article describes the IBM MQ messaging provider activation specifications in WebSphere Application Server. It also describes the mechanisms that are used to connect to IBM MQ queue managers and monitor destinations for messages. Then, it shows how the application server delivers suitable messages to message-driven beans for processing. The article is for WebSphere Application Server administrators and developers who need to tune their systems and for IBM MQ administrators who want to understand how the application server interacts with IBM MQ.
Also available in: Chinese   Japanese  
06 Oct 2016
Set up the embedded global cache for high availability in IBM Integration Bus V10
IBM® Integration Bus V10 applications can load and reference database tables in the embedded global cache, a fast structure stored in an integration server's JVM heap. One drawback of the cache is that the cache data is lost after an integration server crash. Further, the cache is based on a simple key-value structure, a data model that is not sufficient for the complex queries needed in an enterprise context. This article describes how to set up a cache for high availability. It describes two formats that you can use to load data into a cache, and it provides sample ESQL functions for complex cache access.
Also available in: Chinese  
15 Apr 2016
Build a secure IoT healthcare solution with IBM Cloud
Using the Internet of Things (IoT) for healthcare solutions poses significant security challenges in data privacy, safety, governance, and trust. IBM Watson IoT Platform provides a secure way to connect devices and applications to the cloud. This article describes an example solution that uses Watson IoT Platform services and IBM Integration Bus Healthcare Pack. It explains how a heart-monitoring sensor device that is connected to an Android app can capture and securely transmit data to an on-premises database for evaluation by a physician.
Also available in: Chinese   Japanese   Portuguese  
14 Mar 2016
Integrate IBM MQ with your IBM Business Process Manager processes
Learn the various approaches to send and receive messages from a business process through IBM® MQ, communicating with back-end systems. Walk through examples with sample code to see the steps that are required to integrate IBM MQ V8.x with IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) V8.5.x. Gain an understanding of fundamental approaches to use IBM MQ to exchange data with other systems from IBM BPM processes.
Also available in: Chinese  
07 Oct 2015
WebSphere MQ deployment topologies
Choosing an optimal application deployment topology for WebSphere MQ depends on many factors. They include technical requirements, such as needed functions, performance requirements, and application availability requirements, and non-technical constraints, such as deadlines, budgets, and available skills. This guide to WebSphere MQ deployment topologies will help you weigh your specific requirements and constraints, and make a good topology choice based on them.
Also available in: Chinese   Russian  
25 Mar 2015
Configuring HTTP and HTTPS tunneling for WebSphere MQ Internet Pass-Thru (MQIPT)
This tutorial shows you how to configure HTTP and HTTPS tunneling for WebSphere MQ Internet Pass-Thru (MQIPT), including configuring MQIPT HTTP and HTTPS options, setting up an SSL certificate for HTTPS, and testing the HTTP and HTTPS options configured.
Also available in: Russian  
11 Feb 2015
Best practices for integrating IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances with WebSphere MQ
IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances are purpose built computing devices that provide many integration end points for backend services. WebSphere MQ is one of the services used with DataPower to process messages in the enterprise. The integration of DataPower application with MQ requires an understanding of many configuration objects and its settings. This tutorial presents best practices for configuring these objects to integrate with MQ, improve performance in message processing, and protect it from overutilization of resources such as CPU, memory, and connections.
Also available in: Chinese  
15 Oct 2014
Troubleshooting WebSphere MQ installation issues
IBM WebSphere MQ introduces new features and functions with every release, and therefore troubleshooting installation and operational issues can be a challenge. This article shows you how to address WebSphere MQ installation issues, provides OS-specific commands to obtain diagnostic information on them, and describes workarounds when appropriate.
Also available in: Chinese  
09 Jul 2014
Configuring Microsoft Visual Studio with WebSphere MQ to compile MQ applications on Windows
Microsoft Visual Studio is widely used on Windows to compile applications, but configuring Visual Studio with WebSphere MQ is challenging. This article shows you how to configure and compile WebSphere MQ applications using the Visual Studio GUI.
Also available in: Chinese  
09 Jul 2014
A flexible and scalable WebSphere MQ topology pattern: Part 3: Workload-balanced WebSphere MQ client connections for SCA applications
Part 3 of this article series contains SCA code examples to create workload-balanced client connections to a WebSphere MQ queue manager cluster configured as an MQ hub – the "flexible and scalable topology pattern" described in Part 1.
12 Mar 2014
Retrying failed back-end system operations with IBM Integration Bus
This article shows you how to develop a component to retry back-end system operations that has minimum impact on the performance of your main message flow. The simple, asynchronous component takes advantage of new IBM Integration Bus node capabilities.
Also available in: Chinese  
08 Jan 2014
Recovering WebSphere MQ and WebSphere Message Broker after a server crash
An abrupt server restart may corrupt the WebSphere MQ object catalog and the WebSphere Message Broker install image. This article shows you how to recover from such restarts involving WebSphere MQ V7 and WebSphere Message Broker V7/V8 on Windows and Unix.
Also available in: Chinese  
24 Jul 2013
Increasing the visibility of messages using WebSphere MQ Application Activity Trace
This article describes the WebSphere MQ Application Activity Trace, a new feature in WebSphere MQ V7.1 on all distributed platforms. Until now it has been difficult for WebSphere MQ administrators to see what the applications connecting to queue managers are actually doing. Application Activity Trace provides a detailed view of application behaviour and application interaction with a WebSphere MQ queue manager and its resources.
Also available in: Chinese  
12 Jun 2013
Configuring and administering multi-instance brokers for high availability in IBM WebSphere Message Broker - Part 2
This article describes the active-active technique for high availability using both vertical and horizontal clustering, which compared to the active-passive technique, improves continuous availability, performance, throughput, and scalability in WebSphere MQ and WebSphere Message Broker.
Also available in: Chinese  
10 Aug 2011
Setting up a test scenario in WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition
This article shows you how to set up and configure a simple WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition scenario that shows how its secure file transfer capabilities solve the security and reliability issues that many customers encounter with FTP. The scenario involves two Windows machines and demonstrates queues, queue managers, channels, agents, commands, and coordinators.
Also available in: Spanish  
22 Dec 2010
Mission:Messaging: End-to-end encryption with WebSphere MQ Advanced Message Security
Traditionally, middleware, such as IBM WebSphere MQ, has operated within the trusted internal network and the security model has relied heavily on protection at the perimeter. But now, extranets and VPNs are blurring the boundaries of the perimeter and attackers are routinely penetrating firewalls. IBM WebSphere MQ Advanced Message Security extends the functionality available in the base WebSphere MQ product to include security at the message level. This enables a much finer-grained security model and helps to achieve regulatory compliance; for example, when implementing a Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) compliant solution. This article takes a look at how WebSphere MQ Advanced Message Security can help you improve your messaging security.
Also available in: Chinese  
10 Nov 2010
Configuring and administering multi-instance brokers for high availability in IBM WebSphere Message Broker - Part 1
This article describes multi-instance brokers, a feature introduced in WebSphere Message Broker V7 that helps you configure high-availability environments. The feature is based on multi-instance queue managers in WebSphere MQ V7.0.1, which provide multiple instances of a queue manager residing on separate physical servers to provide a highly available configuration. In WebSphere MQ, the multi-instance queue manager's configuration is hosted on shared network storage, so that if the active queue manager fails, another instance automatically assumes the stopped queue manager's configuration and becomes active. Similarly, in Message Broker V7 and V8, a broker's configuration is hosted on network storage to enable the high-availability function.
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03 Nov 2010
How to use WebSphere Message Broker to extend MQ and exploit DataPower for Web services security processing
This article by Anthony O’Dowd, architect and strategist for the IBM WebSphere Message Broker Development team, discusses how you can use WebSphere Message Broker and WebSphere DataPower SOA appliances through a common console to help simplify MQ application connectivity with a service-oriented architecture (SOA). It includes how to offload high-volume Web services security (WS-Security) processing from z. Part of the CCR2, a publication for the IBM System z software community.
07 Feb 2008
Performing health checks for WebSphere Message Broker and WebSphere MQ
Regularly scheduled health checks are important in an SOA in which an advanced ESB provides connectivity and universal data transformation for both standards-based and non-standards-based applications and services. This article shows you how to how to perform a health check on WebSphere Message Broker and WebSphere MQ, including log check, message queue check, flow check, and database check.
23 Jan 2008
Installing and configuring WebSphere MQ resource adapter on JBoss Application Server
Learn how to install and configure WebSphere MQ resource adapter on JBoss Application Server V4, verify the install with the Install Verification Test, and enable diagnostic trace to analyze problems.
24 Oct 2007
Using JMS connection pooling with WebSphere Application Server and WebSphere MQ, Part 2
This two-part article series explains how JMS connection pooling works in WebSphere Application Server and WebSphere MQ. Part 2 describes connection pool error handling, configuring the pool to handle concurrent connection requests, and how WebSphere Application Server manages JMS connections to WebSphere MQ.
Also available in: Japanese  
26 Sep 2007
Parsing complex COBOL structures using WebSphere Message Broker V6
This article tells you how to use advanced message modeling and parsing techniques with IBM WebSphere Message Broker V6.0.
12 Sep 2007
Using Python in WebSphere MQ applications
PyMQI, an open-source Python extension for WebSphere MQ, is an open-source library built on top of the WebSphere MQ MQI library. This article shows you how PyMQI lets you use the power of Python to developing tools and applications for WebSphere MQ.
29 Aug 2007
Using JMS connection pooling with WebSphere Application Server and WebSphere MQ, Part 1
This two-part article series explains how JMS connection pooling works in WebSphere Application Server and WebSphere MQ. Part 1 describes how the free connection pool is used, how the contents of the pool are managed, and how the various properties of the pool work together.
Also available in: Chinese   Russian   Japanese  
08 Aug 2007
Integrating WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances with WebSphere MQ
Learn how you can configure Websphere MQ to send and receive WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances messages, thus providing WebSphere MQ apps with rich DataPower capabilities and providing DataPower with access to a WebSphere MQ network.
Also available in: Japanese  
21 Mar 2007
Connecting to external information sources with WebSphere MQ
This article shows you how to use WebSphere MQ to connect internal business applications to external information sources without the complexity of getting access to corporate firewalls.
01 Nov 2006
IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: Running a standalone Java application on WebSphere MQ V6.0
Learn how to develop a J2SE application that sends and receives messages using IBM WebSphere MQ V6.0. The resulting application uses the standard JMS and JNDI APIs from J2EE, but does not require deployment in a J2EE application server.
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25 Oct 2006
Connecting the JMS Transport Nodes for WebSphere Message Broker v6 to Popular JMS Providers
IBM WebSphere Message Broker Version 6.0 can connect to any JMS 1.1 compliant provider. This article shows how to set up and configure JMS nodes in WebSphere Message Broker to connect to several commonly used JMS providers.
Also available in: Russian  
06 Oct 2006
Enabling SSL in an existing WebSphere MQ cluster
Enabling SSL on cluster channels is more complex than on a non-cluster channel because of the automatic definition of cluster channels and the number of queue managers involved in the change. This article shows you how to enable SSL in an existing WebSphere MQ queue manager cluster, including how to create a new set of channels with SSL enabled, in addition to the pre-existing non-SSL channels
16 Aug 2006
Integrating BEA WebLogic Server with WebSphere MQ
This article shows you how to configure and integrate BEA WebLogic Server as a foreign JMS provider for WebSphere MQ.
26 Apr 2006
Configuring and using XA transactions with WebSphere MQ V6 Classes for Java
This article shows you how to configure and use XA distributed transactions with WebSphere MQ Classes for Java, and how to resolve common problems you may encounter.
Also available in: Russian  
18 Jan 2006
Writing Java tests for your WebSphere MQ environment to use in MQ Explorer
One of the innovations in WebSphere MQ V6 is Eclipse-based administration tools, which lets you extend the WebSphere MQ Explorer toolset by using Eclipse plug-ins. This article shows you how to use simple Java and XML to write a plug-in that performs a custom validation on your WebSphere MQ environment.
14 Dec 2005
Best Practices: WebSphere MQ shared queues and application programs
This article describes some best practices when using WebSphere MQ shared queues to provide continuous availability of messages. Topics include Coupling Facility list structure and queue size, queue depth, and data serialization.
07 Dec 2005
SSL configuration of the Websphere MQ Java/JMS client
This article shows you how to configure a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connection from a Java/JMS client to a WebSphere MQ Queue Manager.
26 Oct 2005
Software solutions to help integrate the extended enterprise.
Business integration is about enabling people and computing resources inside and outside your organization to work together to support your business strategy. Most companies have a mix of computer systems. The IBM WebSphere software platform for e-business can help you deploy e-business solutions in these diverse computing environments.
21 May 2002
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