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Message Hub

Message Hub

Messaging solution in IBM’s Bluemix cloud platform, based on Apache Kafka. Deploy as part of a cloud solution to build messaging into your apps.

MQ Light API

MQ Light API

Messaging API for application developers, based on the open AMQP standard. Clients available in node.js, Ruby, Python and Java.

What’s New

  • IBM MQ and Salesforce messaging 26 May 2017
    IBM and Salesforce recently  announced a partnership  to deliver various solutions based around the different companies products. As part of that initiative, MQ is now shipping a component that enables MQ applications to receive events... […]
    Mark E Taylor
  • Why does my MQ resource adapter fail to start and report an MQJCA1008 error? 24 May 2017
    Every once in a while, a customer will contact IBM Support and say: I've got the MQ resource adapter deployed into an application server, and it fails to start with the error "MQJCA1008: An incorrect version of the MQ classes for JMS was found.... […]
  • Configuring the MQ Service Provider for z/OS Connect EE 21 May 2017
    Configuring the MQ Service Provider for z/OS Connect EE Matt Leming from MQ development in an earlier blog entry provided a detailed overview of the MQ Service Provider for z/OS Connect and how it can be used to send and receive messages using REST APIs. ... […]
  • z/OS Connect: A viable alternative to a client connection? 17 May 2017
    In MQ 9.0.1 we introduced the MQ Service Provider for z/OS Connect. This is compatible with MQ for z/OS queue managers that are version 8 or later and is discussed here.   The blog referenced used a stock check workload as an example use of the z/OS... […]
  • OPMODE in MQ V9 CD for z/OS 5 May 2017
    I recently wrote about how OPMODE works in the Long Term Service (LTS) release of MQ V9 on z/OS, and the differences compared to previous versions of MQ. The operation of OPMODE is quite different again in... […]