Viewing, Supporting, and Securing an IBM MQ Environment On Z/OS

Should a Mainframe IBM MQ Administrator be GUI Oriented (or – why is it important to have third party administrative tools)? There are several tools that are used to simplify mainframe research and analysis of that complex environment.  Most of them are green screen based and require knowledge of z/OS ISPF panels and arcane command [...]

By |2022-05-25T19:14:31+00:00May 26th, 2022|Uncategorized|0 Comments

IBM MQ Vulnerability Alert: CVE-2022-22325 Detail

IBM MQ Vulnerability Alert: Current Description of this IBM MQ  Vulnerability Alert (IBM MQ for HPE NonStop 8.1.0) can inadvertently disclose sensitive information under certain circumstances to a local user from a stack trace. IBM X-Force ID: 218853. Severity CVSS 3.x Severity and Metrics:   This IBM MQ Vulnerability Alert was provided by NIST. [...]

IBM WebSphere Application Server Job: Design, build and run WAS Infrastructure Solutions

Below is a recent post for a WebSphere Application Server Job we found:     Psybergate is an IT company that builds bespoke software solutions and provides specialized resourcing for client projects.[They] are looking for a Senior JAVA Developer to join [their] financial services client based in Sandton for a [...]

WebSphere Automation 1.3 update and “How to” Deep Dive

WebSphere Automation 1.3 update and "How to" Deep Dive Join the WebSphere Automation team in a "How To" deep dive and an overview of WebSphere Automation 1.3+ Speakers: Mike Thompson, Lead Product Manager for WebSphere Automation and Brian Hanczaryk, Lead WebSphere System Test Check out a teaser blog :   Click here to [...]

App Connect Enterprise Patterns

Using IBM App Connect Enterprise patterns for developing integration solutions An IBM App Connect Enterprise pattern is a reusable solution that encapsulates a tested approach to solving a common architecture, design, or deployment task in a particular context. A pattern captures a tested solution to a commonly recurring problem, addressing the objectives that you want to achieve. [...]

By |2022-04-27T17:00:27+00:00April 27th, 2022|Infrared360® Blog|0 Comments

IBM App Connect Wants Your Insights

Share your insights on IBM App Connect Your peers come to G2 to get an inside look at iPaaS tools and other business solutions; adding your perspective on IBM App Connect will help others pick the right solution based on real user experiences.   We’ll send you a $25 gift card* to say thanks for [...]

By |2022-04-25T14:01:29+00:00April 25th, 2022|Infrared360® Blog|0 Comments

Important News for IBM License Metric Tool and Big Fix

Important News for Big Fix and ILMT The following post provides some very important information regarding  The IBM License Metric Tool (ILMT) and Big Fix, provided by an Avada Software Partner, IDI. IBM has announced version 9.2 of Big Fix (the key component to the ILMT Software) is undergoing a [...]

By |2022-04-21T13:17:32+00:00April 21st, 2022|Uncategorized|0 Comments

DataPower Gateway X3 Announced

Today IBM Announced the availability of IBM DataPower Gateway X3. It is the newest model in their line of gateways. This new model provides increased improved performance, security and usability features. IBM United States Software Announcement 222-111 DataPower Gateway X3 Overview IBM® DataPower® Gateway X3 Appliance, a specialized, high-performance hardware [...]

By |2022-04-25T13:23:11+00:00April 19th, 2022|Infrared360® Blog|0 Comments

Why CIOs must prioritise system integration in 2022

Why CIOs must prioritize system integration in 2022   System integration is a core part of operating enterprise systems. How can it be simplified? By Eric Helmer, Published: 08 Apr 2022 Enterprise software strategies tend to go in cycles, particularly for implementing business applications, but whatever approach is dominant, fundamental challenges such as system integration can [...]

Be Kind to Your Database Administrators

Middleware Managers: Be Kind to Your Database Admins When people think of transactional middleware, like IBM MQ or AMQ or Kafka, etc., they think about data being sent from point A to point B or posting to a topic so that others can subscribe to that data. Even if persisted data is really just data [...]

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