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E-book: Inside IBM MQ Deployment Choices Download this e-book to get a firm grasp on the messaging options before you and learn how messaging capabilities can be enhanced to reduce costs, improve performance and cut risks. The e-book is packed with critical information in IBM MQ.
Integration that’s ready when you are: Introducing Integration Bus on Cloud Integration projects need to be carried out without disruption to business activities, employees or customers. IBM Integration Bus, newly available on cloud, delivers a fully managed integration environment that helps your business start projects quickly and easily by enabling you to deploy integration solutions on the cloud.
Shrink costs and boost flexibility with IBM DataPower Gateways in the cloud The move to public cloud environments shifts management responsibility to cloud vendors and frees in-house resources to focus on other tasks. Learn how IBM DataPower Gateways help secure, connect, control, and optimize the delivery of a wide variety of workloads including mobile, web, API, SOA and B2B.
DevOps uncovered: A Q&A with T.Rob Wyatt T.Rob Wyatt, Senior Managing Partner at IoPT Consulting, specializes in IBM MQ and several other technologies including DevOps. He recently sat down with the Global WebSphere Community to answer some of our burning questions about DevOps.
IBM MQ Little Gem #3: ENVPARM A z/OS Queue manager has a number of things which are configured in the started task JCL. This includes the location of the MQ code libraries, provided in the STEPLIB of the JCL, and where your page sets and bootstrap data sets live. You can also run commands at start-up of the queue manager by configuring those in the started task JCL. To make it easier to clone a started task when a new queue manager is added, one trick is to use JCL substitutions.