Stack Exchange MQ Q&A
- write to mq queue using CICS comand – stackoverflow.com
- IBM MQ 9.3 will support weblogic 10.x version – stackoverflow.com
- Is it possible to integrate IBM MQ with Quarkus while also enabling transaction support? – stackoverflow.com
- Testcontainers providing connection to ibm/mq – stackoverflow.com
- Installing the pymqi packages using python throwing an error – stackoverflow.com
Category Archives: Events
Driving MQ admin cost, defects to near-zero
The theme of my sessions at this year’s MQTC (and hopefully also at IBM Think if they are accepted) is cloud and virtualization, if you are reading the abstracts. If you come to the session you find it’s really about … Continue reading
MQTC Sessions and downloads posted
My sessions and downloadable scripts from MQTC 2.0.15 are now up on the Links page.
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Meet the Bat-O-Meter!
Heard about the Bats of A Feather contest at MQTC? If so then you knew contestants get 3 minutes each to talk about their best (worst?) IT story vying for awesome prizes. But what you didn’t know – until now … Continue reading
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Time for MQ to get serious about instrumentation and admin. Again.
Outstanding RFEs and feature requests have been a hot topic on the MQ list server of late. Looking at the RFEs that have been posted and discussed, there’s a general architectural requirement many of them seem to have in common: … Continue reading
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First inaugural Bats of a Feather
We’re trying something new at MQTC this year and if it goes well it may become a regular event. Let us know what you think by voting and participating in the contest. It’s conceived as a cross between the Birds … Continue reading
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Back to consulting
Got WMQ security work? I’m happy to report I’ll soon be available for consulting engagements! After a couple of years in WebSphere MQ Product Management, and 6 before that in IBM Software Services, I’ve given notice to IBM and will … Continue reading
Coming to an event near you!
Travel has been working out well lately. I’ve just sort of been making my own events. Case in point, I wanted to attend the PDCNYC meeting so I put the word out I’d be available in NYC and immediately got … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again! I’ve finally received funding approval to attend IMPACT – which is good considering how many sessions I’m participating in. Good news – ITSO has printed 100 copies of Secure Messaging Scenarios with WebSphere MQ … Continue reading
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Meetup in NYC or San Fran?
I’m headed to New York next week to visit some customers and to attend the Hursley Comes to You event at the NY/NJ User’s Group. I have some open time on the 18th and the 20th if you are in … Continue reading
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News and updates
This is a quick note to tell folks a bit about my virtual absence of late, current events and plans for what’s coming up. Whatever happened to… I’m not exactly a candidate for VH1’s Where Are They Now but I … Continue reading →