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    Connecting everything together: The WebSphere MQ family: Connecting everything together: The WebSphere MQ family: Presentation Transcript

    • IBM Hursley Comes to You - 2012 Connecting everything together: November 2012 The WebSphere MQ family: Paul Kettley WMQ Portfolio Development Manager paulk@uk.ibm.com WebSphere © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Labs Come To YouYou - 2012 Hursley Comes ToAgenda Connectivity and WebSphere MQ Universal Messaging WebSphere MQ family – where we are today Summary2 © 2010 IBM Corporation 2
    • IBM Labs Come To YouYou - 2012 Hursley Comes ToAgenda Connectivity and WebSphere MQ Universal Messaging WebSphere MQ family – where we are today Summary3 © 2010 IBM Corporation 3
    • IBM Labs Come To YouYou - 2012 Hursley Comes ToIBM MQ Connectivity for a Smarter and Secure Planet A Universal Message Bus providing connectivity to, from and within your Enterprise to access data wherever it exists to support your business Provides a comprehensive range of Messaging capabilities to support your Business requirements for data integration:- -- Messaging integration patterns -- Reliability and availability QoS Apps Processes Mobile Partners Sensors Cloud Data Mainframe Services Events Files -- Managed File Transfer -- SOA foundation Universal Connectivity -- EDA foundation Provides appropriate data access and data privacy controls to help meet audit and regulatory requirements Provides a range of messaging on-ramps appropriate to your business needs and developer skills Provides a range of messaging topologies and deployments to meet your business and IT needs4 © 2010 IBM Corporation 4
    • IBM Labs Come To YouYou - 2012 Hursley Comes ToUniversal Messaging – Anything to and from Anywhere Access data and services and reuse your existing skills and platform investments Russian Italian services applications German Any skills messages files objects Chinese Portuguese Polish Hungarian • Use the resources at hand web 2.0 resources scripts Brazilian CzechSpanish Japanese Korean French •Reduce dependency on specialists •Leverage infrastructure throughout org Any traffic custom •Reduce maintenance by consolidation files messages XML SOAP events data HTTP •Unlock value of data •Modernize infrastructure Any programming language C# AJAX Python VB ANT •Bridge the “new” with the “now” COBOL Java C++ Pearl XML XML •Protect existing investments RPG SAM WCF PHP PL/1 Any environment JMS TCP/IP .NET Web services UDP HTTP InfiniBand •Extend core investments pub/sub OSGi Web 2.0 J2EE SOAP SOA EJB REST •Span independent departments J2ME JCA IP WSDL WS-* RFID DB2 •Connect new innovations IMS CICS Any platform •Virtually any commercial IT platform •Over 80 platform configurations AIX, Alpha, Apple Mac, BSD, DG/UX, HP-UX, i5/OS, IRES, Itanium, Linux, MPE/iX, MP-RAS, NLPOS9, •Native exploitation of IBM System z NonStop, NUMA-Q, OpenVMS, OS/400, PA-RISC, Red Flag, Reliant, RHEL, SCO OpenServer, SGI, Solaris, SPARC, SUSE, System p, UnixWare, VSE/ESA, VxWorks, Windows, x86-32, z/OS, zLinux, …5 © 2010 IBM Corporation 5
    • IBM Labs Come To YouYou - 2012 Hursley Comes ToUniversal Messaging – Best Delivery Meet wide range of business requirements within a common infrastructure Choice of service Fast Small Priority Bulk Assured •Offer whole range over single network •From transactional to low latency •Enable more granular optimization Resilience, Integrity, Security •Choice of persistence strategies •Message queue for high resilience Disk Universal Messaging •Message storing for high speed •Granular security for data and transport Throughput, Latency …… •Daemon-less, Peer-to-peer, Shared memory •Re-play for late joiners Universal Messaging •Re-ahead delivery for consuming apps High Availability •Choice of availability strategies •Software-only for ease (multi-instance) •Hardware-based for highest recovery •Shared queues z/OS for continuous availability6 © 2010 IBM Corporation 6
    • IBM Labs Come To YouYou - 2012 Hursley Comes ToUniversal Messaging – Scale dynamically Grow at your speed while protecting your existing investments Scale admin •Manage larger networks with fewer resources •Remote admin across entire network •Self and zero admin clients and devices •Leverage Tivoli to auto-generate topology view Stretch Elastically •Vertical scaling leveraging multi-processor, multi-core •Horizontal scaling leveraging distributed clustering •Shared queues leveraging System z parallel sysplex Universal Messaging •Cloud deployments Grow incrementally •Expand network one node at a time Universal Messaging •Share resources across departments •Plug in services and apps as needed Start small Universal Messaging •Easy to try, quick to start Universal Messaging •Reduce required IT resources •Address needs of Growth markets Universal Messaging Univer sal Messaging7 © 2010 IBM Corporation 7
    • IBM Labs Come To YouYou - 2012 Hursley Comes ToAgenda Connectivity and WebSphere MQ Universal Messaging WebSphere MQ family – where we are today Summary8 © 2010 IBM Corporation 8
    • IBM Labs Come To YouYou - 2012 Hursley Comes To WMQ Family Roadmap – continual delivery of customer value (4Q/09) (2Q/10) (4Q/10) (2Q/11) MQ LLM V2.3 MQ LLM V2.4 MQ LLM V2.5 MQ LLM V2.6 msg store late join self-managing improved perf. (2Q12) MQ V7.5 Split Cluster (4Q/09) (4Q/10) (2Q/11) XmitQ MQ FTE V7.0.2 MQ FTE V7.0.3 MQ FTE V7.0.4 FTP Bridging end-to-end C:D Integration Incorporating security File Transfer (1Q/11) (4Q/11 ) MQ V7.0.1.4 MQ V7.1 with Incorporating (3Q/09) Pre-Connect Exit Multi-version Install, Advanced Msg MQ V7.0.1 with (3Q/10) Out-of-the-box security, Security Multi-Instance QMgrs, MQ Telemetry V7.0.1 Multicast capability, Automatic Client Reconnect, Improved Performance, z/OS Availability, Capacity and z/OS QSG enhancements (3Q/12) Performance improvements Messaging (2Q/11) Extension for MQ HVE for RHEL, AIX Web Application (1Q/10) IBM Workload Deployer Patterns Security SupportPacs and IBM Pure Application Wizards System (4Q/12) (4Q/10) MQ Advanced for MQ Advanced Message Security zOS V7.1 V7.0.1 MQ Advanced V7.52009 2010 2011 2012 Early Access Programs 9 © 2010 IBM Corporation 9
    • IBM Labs Come To YouYou - 2012 Hursley Comes To WebSphere MQ – Summary10 © 2010 IBM Corporation 10
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012WebSphere MQ V7.1: Content Summary Announced: 4 October 2011 Availability: 11 November 2011New Feature Benefits Details Makes it easier to deploy and upgrade Unix and Windows support for multiple versions of MQ V7.x (AND oneMulti-Version Install capability systems and stage version to version copy of MQ V7.0.1) down to fixpack levels.on Distributed platforms migration Relocatable installation support. Applications can connect to any Qmgr Simplified Configuration IP address Authorisation capability Additional crypto algorithmsEnhanced Security More granular authorisation for non-local queues Enhanced Authorisation and Auditing Application Activity ReportsCloud Support Simplifies and support Cloud deployments Additional HVE images and support for IWD PaaS Improves ease-of-use Authorisation on Cluster Q rather than XMIT Q on Dist. PlatformsEnhanced Clustering Bind-on-Group Support New messaging QoS provides low latency MQ Pub/Sub Topic space can now map to multicast Group AddressesMulticast capability with high fan-out capability Provides direct interoperability with MQ LLM MQ Telemetry Feature now fully integrated Integrated Product installation and administrationIntegrated Telemetry into MQImproved scalability and Further exploitation of z196 Code contention reduced to improve multi-processor linear scaling Customer control over CF storage use MQ Datasets rather than DB2 for “large” shared messagesavailability on z/OS CF Connectivity Loss improvements Structure rebuild capability for CF Connectivity Loss scenarios Improved scaling and throughput Multi-processor scaling improvementsImproved Performance on Dist Significant throughput and logging rate improvementsApplication Trace facility API Trace capability provides Audit capability Allows customers to find out what applications are really doing11 © 2010 IBM Corporation 11
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012WebSphere MQ V7.5: Content Summary Announced: 24 April 2012 Availability: 20 June 2012 For Windows, Unix and LinuxNew Feature Benefits Details Makes it easier to deploy systems Combines several products into a single packageIntegrated Installation Simpler licensing Common experience Improves ease-of-useEnhanced Clustering Split Cluster Transmission Queue Improves application isolationJava Application Identification Makes it easier to distinguish applications Applications no longer to all have the same name Provides a level of message protection even Interception in the SVRCONN still protects messages before hittingAMS channel interception when application environment cannot run AMS queues No longer a requirement for an enterprise databaseFTE Logger Options Can write FTE audit records to flat file Easier to read data immediately12 © 2010 IBM Corporation 12
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012 WebSphere MQ MQ Server (Queue manager)WebSphere MQ V7.5 + + + MQ TT Gateway Advanced Message Security Managed File Transfer Service + MQ Explorer with built-in AMS & managed file transfer Integrated Messaging Offering MQ Client + AMS Enablement – Single install, packaging & tooling for all Messaging options + MQ TT Clients – Reduce time to value, simplify usage Managed File Transfer Agent + AMS Enablement Multi-Language Documentation + Security (AMS) sections What’s being delivered? + Managed File Transfer sections – Integration of MQ with MQ FTE, MQ AMS and MQ Telemetry – Single install, common integrated tooling and WebSphere MQ management, simplified licensing and entitlements MQ Server (Queue manager) – Updated MQ Explorer tooling for all platforms MQ Client – More complete, easy to use messaging infrastructure, MQ Documentation enabling you to gain full range of messaging capabilities swiftly & easily Advanced Message Security Advanced Msg Security All messaging functions & capabilities available to all AMS Documentation customers, new and existing with rich choice of qualities of service File Transfer Edition – Removal of charge for MQ XA client FTE Server – Reduced pricing metric for standard MQ Telemetry client FTE Client • Lower cost for larger numbers of clients FTE Docs + tools13 © 2010 IBM Corporation 13
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012Clustering – Split Cluster Transmit Queue Requirements Separation of Message Traffic – With a single transmission queue there is potential for pending messages for cluster channel A to interfere with messages pending for cluster channel B Management of messages – Use of queue concepts such as MAXDEPTH not useful when using a single transmission queue for more than one channel Monitoring – Tracking the number of messages processed by a cluster channel currently difficult – Some information available via Channel Status14 © 2010 IBM Corporation 14
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012Clustering – Split Cluster Transmit Queue With V7.5 a queue manager can automatically define a PERMANENT-DYNAMIC queue for each CLUSSDR channel. – Dynamic queues based upon new model queue “SYSTEM.CLUSTER.TRANSMIT.MODEL” – Well known queue names: “SYSTEM.CLUSTER.TRANSMIT.<CHANNEL-NAME>” Controlled via attribute affecting all cluster-sdr channels on the queue manager Also have manual definitions – Multiple queues can be defined to cover all, or a subset of the cluster channels. ALTER QMGR DEFCLXQ( SCTQ | CHANNEL ) Automatic and Manual are not mutually exclusive – They could be used together DEFINE QLOCAL(APPQMGR.CLUSTER1.XMITQ) CLCHLNAME(CLUSTER1.TO.APPQMGR) USAGE(XMITQ)15 © 2010 IBM Corporation 15
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012Single SYSTEM.CLUSTER.TRANSMIT.QUEUE QM_B CLUSTER1 Q 1 S C. QM_A T Q QM_C Q 216 © 2010 IBM Corporation 16
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012Multiple CLUSTER.TRANSMIT.QUEUES QM_B CLUSTER1 Q 1 X Q 1 QM_A X Q 2 QM_C Q 217 © 2010 IBM Corporation 17
    • IBM Labs Come To YouYou - 2012 Hursley Comes To Cloud Offerings – Summary18 © 2010 IBM Corporation 18
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012WMQ Hypervisor Edition 7.0.1 Updates Two MQ Hypervisor products (HVEs) were delivered in 2011 – WebSphere MQ Hypervisor Edition for Red Hat Enterprise Linux • RHEL 5.5, WMQ 7.0.1.4 – WebSphere MQ Hypervisor for AIX • AIX 6.1 TL5, WMQ 7.0.1.6 Can be deployed as Virtual System Patterns from IBM Workload Deployer and IBM PureApplication System – MQ HVE for RHEL can also be deployed direct to VMware ESX The HVEs were updated in June 2012 as follows: – MQ HVE for RHEL - RHEL 6.2, WMQ 7.0.1.8 – MQ HVE for AIX – AIX 6.1 TL6, WMQ 7.0.1.819 © 2010 IBM Corporation 19
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012WMQ Hypervisor Edition 7.5 Now Available WebSphere MQ Hypervisor Edition V7.5 for Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server – Available August 21st 2012 • RHEL 6.2, WMQ 7.5.0.0 Deploy in Virtual Sy stem Patterns from IBM Workload Deployer and IBM PureApplication Systems – Can also be deployed direct to VMware ESX Extends the 7.0.1 HVE with: – MQ 7.5 core MQ runtime and clients – MQ Telemetry Server and Clients – FTE and AMS install packages included in VM and available to install (assuming entitlement) – VM hardened out-of-the-box with additional deploy-time security options – Command line scripts to simplify image loading to IWD / PureAS appliance20 © 2010 IBM Corporation 20
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012New “Messaging Extension for Web Application Pattern” New Messaging pattern type for IBM Workload Deployer and IBM PureApplication System – Available from 31st July 2012 – Extends Web Application Pattern V2.0 Simplifies Web application deployment by: – Provisioning a new Virtual machine containing a queue manager when required – Creating queues and topics in queue manager – Linking new resources to JNDI objects used by application21 © 2010 IBM Corporation 21
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012Comparison of MQ Hypervisor Editions and Messaging Extensionfor Web App Pattern MQ Hypervisor Editions IBM Messaging Extension for Web App Patterns Pattern type Virtual System (IAAS) Virtual Application (PAAS) System admins JEE app developers Audience MQ administrators JEE app testers MQ developers JEE app deployers MQ knowledge Medium / High Low required Pattern None Web Application pattern 2.0 dependencies OS pattern Rapid provisioning of MQ systems in virtual Rapid provisioning of black-box Intended use: environments. messaging server for JEE environments Traditional MQ admin Little/No MQ knowledge required model.22 © 2010 IBM Corporation 22
    • IBM Labs Come To YouYou - 2012 Hursley Comes To Advanced Edition – Summary23 © 2010 IBM Corporation 23
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012WebSphere MQ – Advanced EditionTwo Recent announcements:WebSphere MQ Advanced for z/OS , V7.1 delivers a suite of products that comprises: WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition for z/OS WebSphere MQ Advanced Message Security for z/OSWebSphere MQ Advanced provides a new way to acquire entitlement to the following components of WebSphere MQ V7.5: WebSphere MQ WebSphere MQ Managed File Transfer Service WebSphere MQ Advanced Message Security WebSphere MQ Telemetry24 © 2010 IBM Corporation 24
    • IBM Labs Come To YouYou - 2012 Hursley Comes To Documentation changes – Summary25 © 2010 IBM Corporation 25
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012WebSphere MQ Documentation – PDFs One of the most requested features for WebSphere MQ ever Theyre great for offline use We listened... Nice and easy to read.26 © 2010 IBM Corporation 26
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012WebSphere MQ Documentation – PDFs- Future releases of WebSphere MQ to be supported by PDFs- PDF support for WebSphere MQ v7.1 and v7.5 (coming very soon) PDFs to be downloadable directly from the Infocenter27 © 2010 IBM Corporation 27
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012 WebSphere MQ Telemetry – Summary © 2010 IBM Corporation28 28
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012Extending the reach of WMQ – MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT) Industrial control systems (aka SCADA) are well-suited to a messaging solution – Loose coupling, multi-protocol, separation of concerns... IBM developed a protocol designed for the constraints of the SCADA world – Later renamed MQ Telemetry Transport – (MQTT) due to broader telemetry adoption – Designed to expect and cater for frequent network disruption – Built for low bandwidth, high latency, unreliable, high cost networks – Tailored for resource-constrained client application environments – Published protocol for ease of adoption by device vendors and third-parties - http://mqtt.org/ Traditional messaging qualities of service provided where environment allows In August 2011, we announced our intention to standardise MQTT – see http://mqtt.org/2011/08/open-invitation-to-join-the-mqtt-standardization-discussion © 2010 IBM Corporation29 29
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012Multiple Business scenarios suitable for MQTT Scenario Key Industries Benefits Automated Chemical & Petroleum Smart metering of home energy to improve Metering efficiency Energy & Utilities predict Retailers Distribution Supply Shipping company improves customer Chain and loyalty improvement through up-to-date Logistics Distributors tracking info. Consumer products Transportation company improves customer safety and satisfaction with improved fleet Transportation tracking Industrial Tracking Automotive Manufacturing company automates alert & Visibility Industrial inventory checking to improve management of stock and optimize production rates manufacturing Aerospace Defence Healthcare Personal Pharmaceutical Medical organization increases safety and & Resource companies quality of patient care track Tracking Health trials Hospital reduces waiting lists and improves efficiency with surgery equipment tracking Hospitals Nursing Homes Location Chemical & Petroleum Gas company improves pipeline monitoring Awareness and and control Safety Energy & Utilities measure Homeland Defence Government improves early-warning capability by monitoring dams and flood-risk areas Executive Alerting Insurance Bank alerts Personal Account Managers when new clients open key accounts Banking © 2010 IBM Corporation30 30
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012Multiple Business scenarios suitable for MQTT And Facebook ! – See http://mqtt.org/2011/08/mqtt-used-by-facebook-messenger which references a Facebook Blogpost at http://www.facebook.com/notes/facebook-engineering/building-facebook- messenger/10150259350998920 © 2010 IBM Corporation31 31
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012MQTT and Standards MQTT has been a published protocol for a number of years to assist ease of adoption by device vendors and third-parties - http://mqtt.org/ In August 2011, Eurotech and IBM announced their intention to take the MQTT specification to a formal standards organisation – see http://mqtt.org/2011/08/open-invitation-to-join-the-mqtt-standardization-discussion On November 2nd/3rd at EclipseCon, IBM announced - – the formation of a new M2M Industry Working Group at the Eclipse Foundation, with Sierra Wireless, Eurotech and IBM as founding members, to work on growing and scaling device connectivity solutions with open source tools, frameworks and runtimes – the contribution of the IBM MQTT client code (C and Java) to a new Eclipse project "Paho" © 2010 IBM Corporation32 32
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012Extending the reach of WMQ - M2M with WMQ Telemetry Basic Telemetry Highly scalable Client – A single queue manager can handle up to 100K concurrently connected devices – Fully integrated / interoperable with WMQ Backend Server • Publishers and subscribers can exchange messages with MQI and JMS applications Ships with two types of client: WebSphere – Basic MQ • direct connectivity from a device MQXR – Advanced: • Acts as a “concentrator/hub” for mini-networks of Telemetry devices • Can connect to multiple backend servers • Can failover to alternate backend server MQ Telemetry • Can buffer messages Daemon for Devices Provides rich security With MQ V7.1, MQXR – Network: SSL is now supported on Advanced AIX and zLinux as Telemetry Client – Authentication: JAAS well as more xLinux – Authorisation: OAM platforms In addition any 3rd party, open source or roll your own MQTT client can be used © 2010 IBM Corporation33 33
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012WMQ V7.0.1 Telemetry improves Electricity Usage Consert developing an Intelligent Utility Network offering for optimizing load on electricity grids Business Partner Needs Needs robust middleware technology to connect to remote smart meters Needs to be able to rapidly scale solution nationwide Real Results Able to offer daily energy savings of 15-20% Enables utilities to reduce peaks and avoid punitive charges Helps save electricity through better peak load management © 2010 IBM Corporation34 34
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012WMQ V7.0.1 Telemetry transforms Patient Care St Jude Medical created a remote pace-maker monitoring solution to provide better patient care Client Pains Physicians needed better monitoring of cardiac patients Improve efficiency of checkups Meet Healthcare data capture standards Real Results Enables higher level of patient care and peace of mind Improves administrative efficiency and maintenance Helps conform to standards and ease integration of data © 2010 IBM Corporation35 35
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012 WebSphere MQ Low Latency Messaging - Summary © 2010 IBM Corporation36 36
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012IBM WebSphere MQ Low Latency Messaging Peer-to-peer messaging transport optimized for ultra low latency, high-throughput delivery Capable of over 90 million messages per second over native InfiniBand Can bridge to MQ networks with DataPower XM70 WMQ LLM is also included in WebSphere Front Office for Financial Markets Low Latency capabilities – Less than 10 microsecond latency at – Multicast & Unicast distribution high throughput rates – Message store for reliable delivery – Stream failover for high availability – Highly configurable API – Dynamic congestion traffic control – Ordered (FIFO) delivery – Flexible message filtering – Infiniband & 10GbE support …… WebSphere MQ Low Latency Messaging “Ultra-fast delivery with low latency & high availability” © 2010 IBM Corporation37 37
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012WMQ LLM V2.6 Performance Setting the Bar for Throughput High Throughput 10 Gigabit Ethernet 98 million messages per second on Native Infiniband and Message size (bytes) Message Rate Shared Memory (msgs /sec) 75 million messages per second on 12 45 75,914,578 25,253,255 10 Gigabit Ethernet 120 9,724,107 Industry Leading Latency 1200 985,846 1 microsecond for shared memory 12,000 98,225 2 microseconds over Native InfiniBand Low Latency 4.5 microseconds over Ethernet (10 GbE*) Single hop Average Transmission rate Network Message size (msgs /sec) (bytes)System Configuration 10K 100K IBM HS22 blades: 2 x Quad core Intel Xeon E5570 2.93GHz 14GB 1 GbE Ethernet 120 29 µs 34 µs RAM. Linux RHEL 5 update 3 (x86_64 64 bit) 10GbE Ethernet* 120 4.5µs 4.5µs Voltaire 40 Gb IB Switch Module / BNT 10Gb Ethernet Switch InfiniBand 120 2 µs 3 µs Module Shared Memory 120 1 µs 1 µs Mellanox ConnectX MT26428 HCAs / Chelsio T320 Dual Port 10GbE Adapter * 10GbE using RoCEE © 2010 IBM Corporation38 38
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012Responding faster with WMQ LLM Bolsa de Comerico de Santiago dramatically accelerate their trading rates and throughput Customer Needs Needed to better integrate with international financial markets Needed to support higher volumes of traffic and fulfil more of its customers’ transactional requirements Real Results Able to scale 100 times to millions of messages per second Reduced latency from 2 secs to milliseconds per transaction Increased customer access to additional market data sources © 2010 IBM Corporation39 39
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012 WebSphere MQ Advanced Message Security – Summary © 2010 IBM Corporation40 40
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012Extended data security and integrity with WMQ AMS Adds message-level security to existing MQ V6 and V7 networks – Protecting customer data application-to-application, at rest (queues, logs) and in transit Provides message-level integrity – Assuring that the data has not been changed in transit End-to-end secure delivery – Receiver validation of sender; only the intended recipient(s) can view data Assists regulatory compliance (PCI, HIPAA, SOX, et al.) for audit and privacy Sending Receiving App App &@Ja^! &@Ja^! MQ Msg MQ Msg © 2010 IBM Corporation41 41
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012WebSphere MQ V7.0.1 Advanced Message Security End-to-End Message Security - Secures application data even before it is passed to MQ Extension to base MQ – No changes to existing applicationsWebSphere MQ standard security: Message data can be encrypted in transport (SSL) but not when it resides in the queues Authentication is based on Operating System identifier of local process Application A Application ZWebSphere MQ Advanced Message SecuritySupplements WMQ’s security features: + Assurance that messages have not been WebSphere MQ Advanced Message Security altered in transit WebSphere MQ + Assurance that messages originated from the expected source + Assurance that messages can only be viewed by intended recipient(s) + Administered using queue based policies Securing the data and created from the WMQ Explorer or command the applications line tooling. © 2010 IBM Corporation42 42
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012Securing private customer information with WMQ AMS A large North American life insurance provider, delivers high quality customer service, in support of growing membership Client Pains Negative exposure due to loss of customer personal insurance information and credit card data Securing large volumes of personal data traversing multi-channels Solution Benefit Standardize governance and lower total cost of ownership with little or no changes to existing applications Simplified installation and maintenance to prevent operational downtime Limits access to secure data, reducing opportunities to compromise data © 2010 IBM Corporation43 43
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012 WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition – Summary © 2010 IBM Corporation44 44
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012Shortcomings of Basic FTP (or “Why do we treat file data differently ?”) Limited Limited Security Reliability Often usernames and Unreliable delivery – Lacking passwords are sent with file – checkpoint restart – Files can as plain text! be lost Privacy, authentication and Transfers can terminate encryption often not be without notification or any available record – corrupt or partial Non-repudiation often lacking files can be accidentally used File data can be unusable after transfer – lack of Character Set conversion Limited Limited visibility Flexibility and traceability Changes to file transfers often require updates to many Transfers cannot be monitored and managed ftp scripts that are typically scattered across machines centrally or remotely and require platform-specific skills to alter Logging capabilities may be limited and may only All resources usually have to be available concurrently record transfers between directly connected systems Often only one ftp transfer can run at a time Cannot track the entire journey of files – not just from Typically transfers cannot be prioritized one machine to the next but from the start of its journey to its final destination © 2010 IBM Corporation45 45
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012What is Managed File Transfer? “Reliable, controlled, auditable movement of files around an organization” Records complete and detailed audit log of entire file journey Auditable “What went where, when and to whom” File contents not corrupted or partially transmitted Reliable Files only appear at destination whole and intact Files content encrypted during transmission Secure File access authenticated and controlled Eliminates need to manually detect problems and restart transfers Automated Providing scheduling and triggering for event-driven transfers Centralized Remote control and monitoring of file progress from anywhere Able to deploy and re-configure file transfers instantaneously from anywhere Flexible Managing transfers end-to-end across a network – not just between 2 points Any file size No upper limit on the size of file than can be moved Integrated With SOA infrastructure: Messaging, ESBs, Governance, B2B and BPM Cost Effective Provides a consolidated transport for moving both Files and Messages © 2010 IBM Corporation46 46
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition WMQ FTE adds managed file transfer services to WMQ V6 & V7 networks Enables reliable, secure and traceable file transfers Replaces costly, ad hoc solutions that lack management controls File transfer capabilities – Code page conversion – Any file size (KB, MB, GB…) – SSL security – Powerful graphical tooling – Distributed job automation – No need for programming – Multi-purpose solution – transports both – Reliability leveraging MQ messaging and files – Full logging for audit – Many supported MQ environments …… – High-performance WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition A B C X Y Z © 2010 IBM Corporation47 47
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012End-to-end encryption using WebSphere MQ Advanced Message Security WMQ FTE already supports svrconn WebSphere sndr/rcvr WebSphere transport level encryption FTE channel MQ channels MQ FTE using SSL Agent Queue Queue Agent Manager Manager Data is encrypted before it is sent over a channel and decrypted when it is received V7.0.3 (when combined with svrconn WebSphere sndr/rcvr WebSphere WMQ AMS v7.0.1) allows file FTE channel MQ channels MQ FTE data to be encrypted at the Agent Queue Queue Agent source system and only Manager Manager decrypted when it reaches the destination system – This helps reduce encryption costs – Data is secure even when at rest on a queue © 2010 IBM Corporation48 48
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012Improved File Transfer with WMQ FTE Meijer replaces aging home-grown file transfer tool increasing reliability and visibility of transfers Customer Needs Needed to overcome file size limitations & increase reliability Remove bottlenecks slowing delivery of pricing & PoS data Replace difficult to maintain, time-consuming and costly tools Real Results Timely delivery of critical file data without size limitations Improved visibility & audit of files transfers across business Reduced admin costs through automation, detection and resending failed transfers due to network outages © 2010 IBM Corporation49 49
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012FTE V7.0.4 – MQ File Transfer Edition and Connect:Direct Data Centre Trading Partner Uses FTE internally to leverage Standardized on C:D for external file investment in MQ technology transfer requirements FTE C:D Bridge Mediates between FTE and C:D networks Leverage WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition to move files around your MQ network Develop a protocol standard for trading partner exchanges over the security and strength of Connect:Direct This new integration feature allows organizations to leverage their combined investments in both their WebSphere MQ and Connect:Direct infrastructure for mission-critical managed file transfer throughout their organization. © 2010 IBM Corporation50 50
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012With Sterling Commerce, IBM offers comprehensive MFT CapabilitiesAddressing multiple use cases and scenarios for both internal and multi-enterprise filetransferWebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition provides filetransfer optimized for data delivery across WebSphereMQ networksSterling Connect Direct provides peer-to-peer filetransfer optimized for data delivery within and betweenenterprises across Connect:Direct protocolWebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition and SterlingConnect Direct can bridge to each otherSterling File Gateway provides trading partner on-boarding, broad protocol support, management andvisibility © 2010 IBM Corporation51 51
    • IBM Labs Come To YouYou - 2012 Hursley Comes ToAgenda Connectivity and WebSphere MQ Universal Messaging WebSphere MQ family – where we are today Summary52 © 2010 IBM Corporation 52
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012 Why WebSphere MQ ?Over 18 years of proven experience –Leader in Messaging technology innovation –Broad coverage of platforms, technologies, languagesConnect virtually anything –Draw skills from a larger pool – use who you have today –Over 9,300 certified developers for IBM Messaging alone –Over 10,000 customers using IBM Messaging BackboneMost widely deployed Messaging Backbone –Over 90% of the Fortune 50 and 9 of the Fortune 10 –Over 80% of the Global 25 and 7 of the Global 10Entrusted with Tens of billions of messages –Government client sends 675 million messages per day*each day –Banking client handles over 213 million messages per day on z/OS alone* –Financial Markets client handles $1 trillion worth of traffic perRelied upon as the mission-critical Backbone day on one MQ network* –Banking client sends $7-$35 trillion worth of traffic per day on just one MQ-based SWIFT gateway* –Over 120 patents and filings within messaging spaceContinuously Investing and Innovating –New WebSphere MQ family products –Regular enhancements, updates and new releases Results reported from actual WMQ implementations * © 2010 IBM Corporation 53 53
    • IBM Hursley Comes To You - 2012Universal Messaging with WebSphere MQ Any skills Any platform Any QoS Any network Any speed Any data Any delivery level Any device Universal Messaging © 2010 IBM Corporation54 54
    • IBM Hursley Comes to You - 2012 Connecting everything together: November 2012 The WebSphere MQ family: Paul Kettley WMQ Portfolio Development Manager paulk@uk.ibm.com WebSphere © 2012 IBM Corporation