We invite the NY and NJ user group to a local MQ event being held in Jersey City, NJ on December 5, 2022.
I would like to share with you a frequently asked question I’ve been getting from my clients and co-workers. The conversation goes a little something like this: "I have applications that use MQ and they're moving to a public cloud (AWS, IBM Cloud, Azure, Google Cloud, etc , as the owner of MQ, I need to understand the architectural approach, best practices and what my options are. IBM can you please explain my options?" Then from there we discuss the architecture and where a natural place to start is. Then we discuss various architectures, and specific implementations (Running on VMs in a cloud, containers, SaaS). Then we discuss the licensing implications of each approach. We’ve packaged this incredibly hot topic of conversation into a collaborative session of learning and networking.
If you have MQ applications and you want to know more about moving to the public cloud (AWS, IBM Cloud, Azure, Google Cloud, etc) this session will cover the architectural approach, best practices and where to begin. We hope to see you on December 5!
Meet your host, Nick Glowacki
Nick is a technical evangelist for IBMs integration portfolio working as a technical specialist exploring current trends and building leading edge solutions. He has spent the last 5 years working in the field and guiding a series of teams through their microservices journey. Before that he spent 5+ years in various other roles such as a developer, an architect and a IBM DataPower specialist. Over the course of his career he’s been a user of node, xsl, JSON, Docker, Solr, IBM API Connect, Kubernetes, Java, SOAP, XML, WAS, Docker, Filenet, MQ, C++, CastIron, IBM App Connect, IBM Integration Bus.