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Nastel - Running Multiple Versions and Taking Advantage of WebSphere MQ 7.1 & 7.5
4/26/2013 9:04:34 AM
Since IBM released two versions of WebSphere MQ in close proximity to each other, it is important
to understand how to best utilize the benefits of both versions and how to get them to work
together with previous versions. This white paper will give you a better understanding of how to get
them to all get along.
In the Overview white paper, we discussed the key highlights of multiple version support for
WebSphere MQ 7.1 and 7.5. In this paper, we are going to go into more detail.
Let’s review the meaning of coexistence multiple installatioon. The key component is that you can
install multiple versions of WebSphere MQ on the same server at the same time. This is something
that you could not do in the past.
Nastel - Issues and Considerations in Deploying and Managing WebSphere MQ
4/26/2013 9:02:53 AM
WebSphere MQ was developed in the early 1990’s to fill a need in many applica??ons for Asynchronous
Applica??on to Applica??on Communica??on. This concept is s??ll a primary requirement of many
applica??ons, including Service Oriented Architecture and Cloud compu??ng. Much like email provides
asynchronous communica??on between individuals, WebSphere MQ provided the ability for
applica??ons on disparate pla??orms to communicate easier than ever before, even across companies.
Many applica??ons were designed to leverage the wealth of data stored on legacy systems without
needing to rewrite the interfaces to that data or to disperse it to mul??ple systems.
Nastel - Introduction to WebSphere MQ 7.1 & 7.5
4/26/2013 9:02:04 AM
Over 95% of the Fortune 1000 companies use WebSphere MQ for their messaging system. In fact, it
is the most popular system for messaging across mul??ple pla??orms (85% market share).
This paper reviews and summarizes the highlights of the recent releases of IBM’s WebSphere MQ 7.1
and 7.5. It is the first in a series of papers around the current changes in WebSphere MQ.
Nastel - Demystifying Middleware for DevOps
4/26/2013 9:01:10 AM
DevOps is a hot topic right now, and for good reason. Today’s
application environments have become far too complex to deploy
and manage with silo teams and stand-alone tools. Instead, they
require coordination and collaboration across virtually all silos,
and this is typically accomplished with teams of senior specialists
with skill sets spanning Development and Operations. Tools play
a key role in DevOps, as the right tools can be a bridge supplying
a “common language” across teams with diverse skillsets and
Nastel - A Unified View Across WebSphere DataPower and MQ, Solace and TIBCO Messaging
4/26/2013 9:00:16 AM
The complexity of one management system per messaging infrastructure is too costly and when
these infrastructures are interconnected, the management systems become ineffective. These
firms require one place to monitor, visualize and analyze the status of applications and services
shared across the enterprise environment. However, the skill set required to manage each
middleware technology is often different and a single business flow can traverse multiple
different transports and support teams. This makes unified monitoring of messages across the
infrastructure and the ability to track them and rapidly identify and correct problems anywhere
in that flow an essential element in improving service and reducing cost—perhaps, even a
necessity for survival
Alcatel-Lucent - Voice of Smart City Citizens-Saudi presentation
4/25/2013 2:19:25 PM
A presentation exploring the involvement of citzens in the development of their city in becoming a smart city. This PPT focuses on Saudi Arabia which once known as a city in the desert has become known for its knowledge economy.
Navigating the Top Six Business Challenges of Delivering Software as a Service Sponsored by: SafeNet
4/19/2013 4:09:26 PM
For Enterprise organizations, utilization of software as a service (SaaS) applications means easier budgeting, faster deployment, and reduced risk. For cloud service providers and established on-premise software publishers, SaaS presents a new opportunity to give customers what they want—while ensuring recurring revenue streams and exploring new markets. The future of software delivery is clear. It’s the path to software monetization in the cloud that becomes foggy for both cloud service providers and established software publishers. While delivering software as a service opens many doors for software vendors, it also presents a new set of challenges. This paper explores the top six challenges software publishers are faced with, and presents a quick and easy way for SaaS providers to define their service catalogs, provision and control user access at the feature level, measure service usage for billing and business intelligence purposes, and instantly adapt their service catalog to embrace new and evolving market opportunities.
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