WebSphere MQ


WebSphere MQ Administration

Develop and maintain server and ESB configurations Ensure systems are secure through hardening and patching Ensure that systems are running at optimal levels by monitoring performance Maintain connectivity for WebSphere MQ and Middleware services Implement backup and disaster recovery technologies Implement Extended Support for WebSphere MQ

WebSphere MQ Deployment

Ways of deployment depend on the version of the WebSphere MQ you are using. We deliver CICD for WebSphere MQ. 1. Using MQSC 2. Hot Deployment 3. Using Scripts 4. using MQExplorer 5. MQ Web Console.

WebSphere MQ Infrastructure

Websphere MQ is a highly scalable server environment designed to host cloud applications and microservices in any size organization. there are many ways to design architecture. 1. StandAlone 2. Active/Active Cluster for high availability and Scalability 3. Active/Passive Cluster for Failover 4. MQ on Kubenetes 5. Distributed MQ


IBM WebSphere MQ

IBM® MQ (formerly known as WebSphere MQ and MQSeries) is robust messaging middleware that simplifies and accelerates the integration of different applications and business data across multiple platforms on-premise and in the cloud. It supports a wide range of APIs and programming languages. IBM MQ facilitates the assured, secure and reliable exchange of information between applications, systems, services and file by sending and receiving message data via messaging queues, thereby simplifying the creation and maintenance of business applications. It delivers Universal Messaging with a broad set of offerings to meet enterprise-wide messaging needs, as well as providing connectivity for mobile devices MQTT and the ever-growing use case of IoT – Internet of Things computing.

IBM MQ Capabilities

IBM MQ simplifies connectivity by removing the requirement for application changes to help ensure security and once only delivery of transaction-based messages.

  • Once and once only delivery: With IBM MQ, data arrives once, unlike other solutions that can duplicate or lose messages because they have a different quality of service
  • Transactional: IBM MQ handles all messages using a transaction, so you can be assured of predictable behaviour even in failure situations
  • Asynchronous: If the network or an application becomes unavailable, synchronous solutions will fail. Asynchronous solutions, such as IBM MQ, protect that data and resume its transport when the system becomes available again
  • Message encryption: Various solutions offer protection for data at rest. Some only protect the disk, but whereas IBM MQ Advanced protects the message data itself. If the disk is hacked and only the disk is encrypted, everything on that disk is vulnerable. Protection of the messages themselves gives extra peace of mind



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