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The Pony Express and the telegraph had similar goals: "The mail [message] must go through".
WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition's (FTE) goal is that "Files must go through". Come to this session to get a firm understanding of how MQ FTE ensures delivery of your files using the same MQ infrastructure that ensures the delivery of your messages without flooding your network. This presentation explains:
*5 of the most popular features of MQ FTE (reliability, centralized monitoring and logging, automation, performance, security)
*Integrating with existing file transfer systems while avoiding "rip and replace" ([S]FTP Bridge, Directory Monitoring)
*Best practice tips to and easy-to-implement approaches of file transfer patterns being used by customers
Are you on WebSphere MQ v7 yet? Each of the v7.x releases of WebSphere MQ has raised the bar for performance, reliability, functionality, security and ease of use. The latest versions process your data faster, more reliably, and integrate across more platforms and protocols than ever before. If the new functionality isn't driving the upgrade, then the announced end of support for WebSphere MQ v6 as of September 2012 probably is. This session will provide an overview of the options and gotchas migrating from WebSphere MQ v6 to WebSphere MQ v7.x. Attend this session and learn:
Upgrade paths for existing v6.x queue managers
Upgrade paths for clients
Connecting disparate versions of QMgrs and clients
Special considerations for full repositories
WebSphere family interop
Platform-specific considerations: z/OS, Windows, and other distributed platforms
Get an idea of how to lay out your roadmap for messaging. Hear about the latest WebSphere MQ announcements for new releases and new products as well as what's going away and when. Take a look at trends for the future and IBM's announced directions for the WebSphere messaging family of products.
5th–8th June 2012