Deploying messaging services
IBM MQ offers proven, enterprise-grade messaging capabilities that skillfully and safely move information between applications.
You can run IBM MQ in the pre-packaged container provided in IBM Cloud Pak for Integration. This IBM MQ Advanced certified container offers a supported image and Operator, and can be used to deploy a production-ready IBM MQ image into Red Hat® OpenShift®. You can run IBM MQ in an IBM Cloud Pak for Integration container.
For more information about the IBM MQ, see the following links:
- What is IBM MQ?
IBM MQ supports the exchange of information between applications, systems, services and files by sending and receiving message data via messaging queues.
- Configuring a Route to connect to a queue manager from outside a Red Hat OpenShift cluster
A set of configuration examples for connecting to a queue manager deployed in a Red Hat OpenShift cluster.
- Connecting to the IBM MQ Console deployed in an OpenShift cluster
How to connect to the IBM MQ Console of a queue manager which has been deployed onto a Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform cluster.
- Backing up and restoring queue manager configuration using the OpenShift CLI
Backing up queue manager configuration can help you to rebuild a queue manager from its definitions if the queue manager configuration is lost. This procedure does not back up queue manager log data. Because of the transient nature of messages, historical log data is likely to be irrelevant at the time of restore.
- API reference for the IBM MQ Operator
API's can be used to create and manage QueueManager resources.