WebSphere

User Group UK

Title:
Using WebSphere MQ with WebSphere Application Server and Liberty profile
Stream:
WebSphere Application Server 2 (4)
Speakers:
Matthew White; Tim Quigly
Abstract:
This session looks at the interoperability between IBM WebSphere Application Server and IBM WebSphere MQ. It describes how the WebSphere MQ Resource Adapter supplies the messaging resources accessed by Java Enterprise Edition applications. It will cover both WAS full and Liberty profiles. The discussion will include best practice advice for more advanced scenarios, including high availability and clustering. Maintenance of the whole product stack will be outlined, how maintenance can be applied and how to perform migration of the individual products between versions.
Bio:

Matthew White:

Matthew White joined IBM in 1998 working initially with IBM's implementation of the JVM. Currently Matthew is the Technical Lead of the WebSphere MQ Platform Integration Team. This team works to ensure that the WebSphere MQ product is fully integrated into the IBM WebSphere Platform. Looking at the the MQ messaging product as part of a stack solution ensures our customers truly get an integrated platform. And this platform need not be JavaEE based, but within other frameworks such as Spring or OSGi.

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Tim Quigly:

Tim Quigly joined IBM's Hursley Labs in 2010 and has been a member of the WebSphere MQ Product Integration team since November 2011.
The WebSphere MQ Product Integration team has responsibility for the development of the WebSphere MQ JMS Resource Adapter and the testing of WebSphere MQ's integration with other middleware products.
Tim's primary responsibility is to test the integration between WebSphere MQ and WebSphere Application Server.

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