Sessions at IBM IMPACT 2011 about WebSphere MQ

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Monday 11th April 2011

  • TCM-1228 What's New in WebSphere MQ: V7 and Beyond

    by Andy Piper

    Come to this session to hear all about the latest enhancements to the WebSphere MQ product family. This will start with a brief summary of the changes in WebSphere MQ v7, before focussing on the latest functions and interfaces made available in version 7.0.1 and beyond. Several other sessions this week include details of the enhanced capabilities; but this session gives an overview of all the new features

    At 5:15pm to 6:30pm, Monday 11th April

Tuesday 12th April 2011

  • TCM-1233 Lightweight Messaging - extending WebSphere MQ for a Smarter Planet

    by Andy Piper

    WebSphere MQ has recently been enhanced with the MQ Telemetry feature to enable vast numbers of devices to connect from the edge of the network. Interconnectivity is one of the key aspects to enabling smarter working and a Smarter Planet. As computing devices get cheaper, smaller and more powerful, the traditional view of messaging clients is changing, and the boundaries of messaging networks are being pushed further and further. There is a need to get messages to and from new kinds of client devices: from terminals and small server devices, through hand-held devices like smart phones and PDAs, down to sensors, and tiny embedded devices

    At 1:30pm to 2:45pm, Tuesday 12th April

  • TCM-1248 Hands-on Lab: WebSphere MQ Telemetry

    by Andy Piper

    This lab will introduce the new WebSphere MQ Telemetry feature and support in WebSphere MQ. Attendees will be able to learn about and get hands-on experience with the MQ Telemetry integration in WebSphere MQ Explorer. The lab will also demonstrate the practical basics of writing a telemetry application, based on a Smarter Transport scenario tracking vehicles around a transport network. Attendees will also write a simple Java application that emits and consumes MQTT messages, and learn how to handle and transform MQTT messages within WebSphere Message Broker.

    At 4:45pm to 6:00pm, Tuesday 12th April

Wednesday 13th April 2011

  • TCM-1259 MQ Security 101 - Administrative Hardening

    by T.Rob

    Restricting administrative access is the basis of all WebSphere MQ security. If administrative access is not restricted, ordinary or even anonymous users can disable any other security controls. Despite the risks, this step is commonly overlooked or improperly implemented. This session will teach you how to assess your queue managers, and how to apply administrative access restrictions if configuration gaps are found. After the class, you can apply these skills in the WebSphere MQ Security Lab session.

    At 10:15am to 11:30am, Wednesday 13th April

  • TCM-1260 Hands-on Lab: WebSphere MQ Security (Distributed Platforms)

    by T.Rob

    Put your MQ security skills to the test! In this hands-on lab, you will build and secure queue managers from scratch. You will also use the MO04 SSL Wizard SupportPac to create authenticated SSL channels, set up WebSphere MQ Explorer for administrative and read-only use, configure a security exit and apply user-level authorizations with setmqaut commands.

    At 1:30pm to 4:30pm, Wednesday 13th April

  • 2893 WMQ Meet the Experts

    by Andy Piper and T.Rob

    Come and meet the experts from IBM Hursley development labs, as well as leading WMQ practitioners, in this open Q&A, roundtable format session. Feel free to ask questions regarding the entire WMQ product family, including WMQ File Transfer Edition, WMQ Telemetry, WMQ Low Latency Messaging, and WMQ Advanced Message Security. Questions can range from development to administration and clustering. Session will be led by Mark E. Taylor, with several other IBM WebSphere MQ experts in attendance.

    At 4:45pm to 6:00pm, Wednesday 13th April

Friday 15th April 2011

  • TCM-1259 MQ Security 101 - Administrative Hardening

    by T.Rob

    Restricting administrative access is the basis of all WebSphere MQ security. If administrative access is not restricted, ordinary or even anonymous users can disable any other security controls. Despite the risks, this step is commonly overlooked or improperly implemented. This session will teach you how to assess your queue managers, and how to apply administrative access restrictions if configuration gaps are found. After the class, you can apply these skills in the WebSphere MQ Security Lab session.

    At 9:00am to 10:15am, Friday 15th April