Accelerare la crescita, sfruttando una soluzione di messaggistica leader nel settore, solida e affidabile
IBM MQ è un solido middleware di messaggistica, che semplifica e accelera l'integrazione di applicazioni e dati di business differenti su più piattaforme. IBM MQ facilita lo scambio garantito, sicuro e affidabile di informazioni tra applicazioni, sistemi, servizi e file, inviando e ricevendo dati di messaggi tramite code di messaggi, semplificando, quindi, la creazione e la manutenzione delle applicazioni di business. Fornisce Universal Messaging con un'ampia serie di offerte per soddisfare le esigenze di messaggistica di tutta l'azienda e connettività per la connessione ad internet di dispositivi, anche mobili.
MQ Advanced for Developers è disponibile per tutti gli obiettivi di sviluppo.
IBM MQ fornisce:
Connettività delle informazioni rapida, senza soluzioni di continuità
Recapito di messaggi sicuro e affidabile
Trasferimento dei messaggi ad elevate prestazioni e scalabile
Gestione e controllo semplificati
Costi di possesso inferiori
Acquista IBM MQ
IBM® MQ V8.0 delivers comprehensive, secure and high-performing messaging – when and where you need it. This enterprise messaging engine is available on most platforms. The Advanced Message Security and Managed File Transfer are now available across a wide range of MQ platforms – including a first time offering on the IBM i platform. With improved scalability, security and file transfer, V8.0 also includes updates to standards and currency.
IBM MQ V8.0 enhancements deliver improved scalability, increased functionality and enhanced security with:
- Expanded support for updated standards, 64-bit queue managers and multiple transmission queues defined for use in a clustered queue manager on all platforms.
- Queue manager scaling and multiplexed client performance for better operability and performance.
- Enhanced security with new authentication capability using an identity defined to the operating system instance in which the queue manager is running or to retrieve identity from an LDAP repository.
- Enhanced scalability with new publish-subscribe deployments available through clustering.
- Increased functionality for a comprehensive messaging solution.
- Improved file transfer options using IBM Sterling Control Center and Connect:Direct.
Upgrade for significant performance, scalability and security gains
- Improvements in vertical scaling and improved exploitation of the larger symmetric multi-processing (SMP) machines can help enable enhanced performance for real-world deployments rather than be tuned for benchmarks.
- SHA2 encryption and the AMS offering are on every platform. With IBM MQ V8, you can authenticate using an identity defined to the OS instance in which IBM MQ is running. For non-IBM z/OS platforms, you can also retrieve the identity from an external repository such as LDAP. You can use this feature in place of the previous MQ authentication method. This new authentication feature will help reduce the administration tasks of defining and removing users, especially for multiple systems.
- Queue management and publish and subscribe in clusters boost performance as well as security. With this version you can assign roles to queue managers in a cluster. A subset of those queue managers in a cluster can be configured for more efficient routing of messages. Additionally, you can support the propagation of publications that can then help publish-subscribe configurations scale more effectively.
Performance points of IBM MQ V8
- Early measurements of opening and closing queues show these tasks can be up to five times faster in the new release.
- Persistent and non-persistent messaging shows 25-30 percent improvements for some deployments.
- On Linux, small non-persistent messages performance is increased by 77 percent since the previous release.
- On AIX, small persistent messages are boosted by 16 percent.
- On Windows, small persistent message throughput is increased by 37 percent.
- On Windows, large non-persistent message throughput is increased by 180 percent.
- On IBMi, the time taken to connect to large numbers of MQ Clients has been reduced by 75 percent.
- On z/OS, the improvement in buffer pool support means CPU costs for MQGET can be reduced by up to 50 percent.
- Also for z/OS, the time taken to retrieve an 8KB message from buffers is reduced by 97 percent compared to reading from a pageset.
- Support for MQ 7.0.x ends on 30 September 2015.
- You can obtain the new enhanced functions offered in IBM MQ V8.0 by migrating directly to V8.0 from WebSphere MQ V7.0.1, V7.1 or V7.5 -- without migrating to an interim version or release.
Improved file transfer
- IBM MessageSight
- IBM MQ Advanced for Developers
- IBM MQ Advanced
- IBM MQ Advanced Message Security
- IBM MQ
- WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition
- WebSphere MQ for z/VSE
- WebSphere MQ Low Latency Messaging
- WebSphere MQ Telemetry
- WebSphere MQ Hypervisor Edition for AIX
- WebSphere MQ Hypervisor Edition for Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server