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MQSoftware, Inc., is debuting a new training course by MQSoftware University for IBM WebSphere MQ Workflow integration specialists called "WebSphere MQ Workflow API and Web Client." The three-day course is designed for integration specialists, project managers, administrators, and others who are involved in business-critical WebSphere MQ Workflow implementations where advanced skills are required. The course is designed to address critical aspects of a typical WebSphere MQ Workflow implementation, including the Web Client, Java API and XML interface. The course also features hands-on exercises that will expose all important aspects of the product, including customizing the Web Client for optimal implementations. The class is scheduled for April 13-15, 2004 in Minneapolis with additional dates in June and August. Private classes on this topic are also available by ca... (more)

JaxView Adds Integration for IBM WebSphere, MQ, DataPower and WSRR

Managed Methods Inc., a provider of SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) visibility and SOA runtime governance today announced the availability of their SOA management and runtime governance support for deeper visibility for applications running on IBM WebSphere ESB, MQ, WSRR and environments secured by IBM DataPower. End-to-end management and monitoring is crucial to the performance of a business transaction. This additional capability expands the SOA environments that JaxView supports, including a wide range of support for applications exposed by ESBs , protocols and messaging a... (more)

Coral8 Announces Technology Integration With IBM DB2 9 and WebSphere MQ

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Coral8, Inc., a leading provider of Complex Event Processing (CEP) software, today announced support and tight integration between the Coral8 Engine and IBM DB2 9 and WebSphere MQ as part of the ongoing strategic relationship with the company. The integration between these complementary products allows customers to implement Complex Event Processing (CEP) solutions that take advantage of best-in-class functionality offered by both suppliers, including Native XML processing, event storage and warehousing, and high-speed messaging. "C... (more)

Implementing J2EE/.NET Interoperability Using WebSphere MQ Part 2 - Putting theory into practice

In Part 1 of this series, we discussed how the use of messaging software can alleviate some of the problems with integration of J2EE and .NET environments using Web services. In this article we will discuss implementation of the proposed architecture on both J2EE and .NET platforms, along with possible enhancements of the proposed solution. All of the code referenced in this article is available for download from Implementing the .NET Client Although support pack MA07 supports all the basic functionality of WebSphere MQ and is implemented ba... (more)

Monitoring WebSphere MQ-Connected Applications

Enterprises need to think about a performance management solution that will give them real-time end-to-end visibility into the entire Web application environment from browser to back-end systems, including messaging middleware such as WebSphere MQ. By providing an application-centric view of MQ-connected environments, such a tool allows application administrators to work collaboratively with MQ administrators without displacing existing MQ monitoring tools. The result is an effective, seamless process for detecting, triaging, and diagnosing application performance issues in compl... (more)

IBM WebSphere WAS for z/OS and MQ

As a J2EE application server, WAS for z/OS supports the Java Messaging Service (JMS). There are three choices for JMS providers in WAS for z/OS V5.x: WebSphere MQ (WMQ), Embedded Messaging (EM) JMS provider, or a third-party product. The EM JMS provider is a simplified WMQ. It provides an isolated messaging environment in WAS for z/OS that can't be used to interoperate with any other messaging systems. Obviously the JMS support in WAS for z/OS was a temporary solution. Now it's been deprecated in WAS for z/OS V6. Instead a new JMS provider named Service Integration Bus (SIB) has... (more)