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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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MQ for zOS - MFT update and debugging the inconsistencies!

Yes – the recently issued report , available here: “ IBM MQ for z/OS – Managed File Transfer Performance ” has already received a minor refresh! What’s new? The main reason for the minor refresh is that the difference in performance for text file transfers from Unix System Service files was...

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MQ for z/OS - performance report for MFT

Almost too many years ago to remember, I created the "WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition Performance report", also known as FP11. The FP11 report provided information on the cost of managed file transfer when the source and/or destination transfer agents were hosted on z/OS, as well as...

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MQ Uniform Cluster Scaling Example

MQ Uniform Cluster Scaling Example MQ Uniform Cluster, first introduced in V9.1.2 CD and rolled into 9.2 LTS enables capabilities to horizontally scale applications across a small set of similar horizontally scaled queue managers. Applications can be moved as necessary by the cluster to...

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Deep dive: Connecting to a Queue Manager running in OpenShift

Many clients have been running IBM MQ within RedHat OpenShift for several years, one of the most frequent questions when a client starts is how to connect to the IBM MQ Queue Manager running within RedHat OpenShift from outside of the Kubernetes environment. New users are often concerned that it...

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IBM MQ TLS Client Keystores Do Not Require Intermediate Certificate Authorities

IBM MQ TLS Client Keystores Do Not Require Intermediate Certificate Authorities This is a short blog post, but something I found helpful, so I thought I would share. I had a previous misconception about what signer certificates an IBM MQ client requires in its keystore for TLS. For example,...

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Understanding your license options and footprint for running IBM MQ in containers

IBM MQ has a long and successful history of running within containers, and many clients across industries and the world run MQ in containers. IBM provide several license options; this flexibility can cause questions regarding which is most appropriate. This blog will summarize the current...

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What’s New in IBM OMEGAMON for Messaging on z/OS V7.5.0 Fix Pack 3

The V7.5.0 Fix Pack 3 level of monitoring for IBM MQ and IBM Integration Bus is now available. This level of OMEGAMON for Messaging on z/OS offers several improvements. The enhanced 3270UI now includes more support for viewing messages on queues, including the dead letter queue, which are...

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