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New MQ High Availability feature available to Cloud Pak for Integration users

Unless you've been hanging out on the MQ Community , it's possible that you might have missed the new High Availability feature that we have made available in the Cloud Pak for Integration. We snuck an early release into v2021.1.1 to give you a chance to try it out, but following our latest ...

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IBM TechCon is coming up Aug 24-Aug 26 - build your own Messaging agenda for this virtual event

TechCon is our premiere event for technical practitioners. It is the only virtual event that will bring together all our integration, API, messaging, IT operations and management engineers and experts, including IBM Business Partners and customers. Check out this special invite from MQ...

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IBM MQ, IBM MQ for z/OS and IBM MQ Appliance firmware 9.2.3 Continuous Delivery releases are available

Where can I get IBM MQ 9.2.3 from? What’s new in the MQ 9.2.3 CD release? Can I get a copy of IBM MQ for development purposes? Downloadable resources MQ system requirements and documentation What function has released in previous continuous delivery updates? Remind me how...

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BiteSize Blogging: MQ Version 8 The relationship between MQ CipherSpecs and Java Cipher Suites

MarkBluemel 2000003172 | ‎ | 11,207 Views Another in the series of bitesize blog posts about features in MQ V8. I've recently been asked about the relationship of CipherSpecs and Cipher Suites, so I thought I should try to summarise the situation. What's it all about? Let's...

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Monitoring IBM MQ queue depth in Cloud Pak for Integration

To simplify operational monitoring and alerting on Red Hat OpenShift the IBM MQ Certified Container that is delivered in Cloud Pak for Integration emits a range of queue manager (server) scope metrics using a Prometheus interface that is consumed by the OpenShift monitoring tools. Alongside...

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Client mode support for MQ on z/OS

I have had a few questions recently about applications using client mode on z/OS. I have written about this topic before, on the old MQ blog, which is no longer accessible, so here is the information again! Before we go into the details, lets get a couple of bits of terminology defined. MQ...

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Cloud native high availability with IBM MQ

Obviously, it's all about the messages with IBM MQ, if you can't access them when you need them you have a problem. So these are very exciting times for MQ, for the first time we're building data resiliency and high availability right into the very heart of the MQ runtime, the queue manager....

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Step-by-step guide to building a Golang JMS application for IBM MQ in Cloud Pak for Integration + OpenShift

Modern applications that are built and run using containers provide significant benefits in terms of development and operational agility, however developers that are new to this space can find building containerized applications daunting compared to more familiar techniques as there a range of...

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