The Business Case for Modernizing Your MQ Estate Today On Demand Video
The latest version of IBM® MQ has features that may save your organization money, effort & time, depending on how you’re using MQ. It aligns you for better compatibility to containers and cloud, improves reliability at scale, and takes security to the next level.
Check out this recorded webinar, presented by Nick Glowacki, Executive IT Specialist, and Evangelist for IBMs Integration Portfolio and Peter D’Agosta, Chief Product Manager for Avada Software. They’ll show you:
- The benefits of this deployment model and its key features,
- Some little-known challenges it presents,
- Best practices on how to manage that environment once it’s up and running.
- How the upgrade will improve your deployments and benefits to you
- Lesson learned (Challenges to expect)
- What you need to know about monitoring and managing those challenges
- How MQ 9+ helps you achieve modernized deployment strategies like containers
- How best to benefit from features in V9 independent of containers
Whether you’ve already started planning your upgrade or thought you’d wait it out, we guarantee you’ll learn something useful. Submit the form to check out this video now.
About The Speakers:
Nick is a technical evangelist for IBMs integration portfolio working as a technical specialist exploring current trends and building leading edge solutions. He has spent the last 5 years working in the field and guiding a series of teams through their microservices journey. Before that he spent 5+ years in various other roles such as a developer, an architect and a IBM DataPower specialist. Over the course of his career he’s been a user of node, xsl, JSON, Docker, Solr, IBM API Connect, Kubernetes, Java, SOAP, XML, WAS, Docker, Filenet, MQ, C++, CastIron, IBM App Connect, IBM Integration Bus.
Peter D’Agosta is the Cofounder/COO and Product Manager at Avada Software. He has been in IT for 35 years. His background includes application and systems programming, enterprise architecture, consulting, management, analysis, strategic 24/7 systems including airline, banking, and internet, as well as technology innovation. Peter oversaw infrastructures for airlines, branch banking, and online service companies before moving into the software vendor arena where he worked with new innovations in email, messaging, portal and web service technology. Interspersed with engagements for some of the world’s largest companies, Peter’s varied background provides him a unique perspective in applied technology.