Details of Kim Clark’s upcoming webcast on Messaging and APIs

We hope you will login to Kim Clark's webcast this forthcoming Friday (04/11) at 16.00 (GMT). Titled 'Messaging in Microservice Architecture' he will be discussing how messaging is still fundamental to application architectures such as microservices, and discuss whether paradigms such as Kafka compete with or complement enterprise messaging such as IBM MQ. To login in,...  Continue reading Details of Kim Clark’s upcoming webcast on Messaging and APIs

MQ Light node.js client update with Node 6 support

A new version of the MQ Light node.js client is now available on npmjs.com. This update brings the Node engine support level for the MQ Light client to v6.x and continues to support v4.x (and v5.x while still in support with Node themselves). Note: this version is no longer supported for Node engine versions...  Continue reading MQ Light node.js client update with Node 6 support

MQ Light Developer tools v1.0.3 released

A refreshed MQ Light developer tools driver (version: 1.0.3), is now available for download. This is primarily a refresh to address a number of common vulnerabilities identified in the Java Runtime Environment technology bundled within the product since the last refresh back in December. In addition we've rebranded to 'MQ Light developer tools' to help distinguish...  Continue reading MQ Light Developer tools v1.0.3 released

Getting started with MQ Light Java apps using the Message Hub Service for Bluemix

This post covers developing and deploying Java apps using the Message Hub Service for Bluemix and its' MQ Light API support. By going through this post, you will be able to get a sample up and running, and see worker offload in action, understand how it works, and get started with developing your own Java...  Continue reading Getting started with MQ Light Java apps using the Message Hub Service for Bluemix

Getting started with MQ Light Ruby apps using the Message Hub Service for Bluemix

This post covers developing and deploying Ruby apps using the Message Hub Service for Bluemix and its' MQ Light API support. By going through this post, you will be able to get a sample up and running, and see worker offload in action, understand how it works, and get started with developing your own Ruby...  Continue reading Getting started with MQ Light Ruby apps using the Message Hub Service for Bluemix