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Presentation from IBM InterConnect 2016 explaining the contents and benefits of IBM MQ Advanced, and positioning it compared to other Messaging offerings, and outlining different deployment options on-premise, or in the cloud, or as a hybrid messaging deployment

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IBM MQ Advanced - IBM InterConnect 2016

  1. 1. How IBM MQ Advanced can extend your hybrid messaging deployment options HHM-2941 Leif Davidsen
  2. 2. Please Note: 1 • IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. • Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. • The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. • The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion. • Performance is based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment. The actual throughput or performance that any user will experience will vary depending upon many factors, including considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the user’s job stream, the I/O configuration, the storage configuration, and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual user will achieve results similar to those stated here.
  3. 3. © 2015 IBM Corporation Digital Enterprise Reliability, security and scalability for Business Critical systems • Always on, always available • Security, control and governance Speed and agility to drive innovation and growth • Explore, adopt, adapt • Rapid, Iterative prototypes LoB roles CIO roles Application Developer LoB Developer Integration Architect Administrator/ Developer A New Era of Teamwork – The Vision 2
  4. 4. © 2015 IBM Corporation Pain point : “New information, systems and services are springing up everywhere, and all need to be connected!” “Configuration, maintenance and operation of infrastructure take too long” Pain point : “Deployments take months instead of hours” Pain Points : “Our developers need to create engaging new apps fast, and make them interact with existing infrastructure” “I want to use the skills I have and not be forced to waste time learning stuff I won’t need” Too often the reality…. 3
  5. 5. Built on Apache Hybrid Messaging is here with Message Connect IBM Message ConnectIBM MQ IBM Message Hub Connecting your enterprise MQ backbone to the Cloud HOT off the press! IBM announces Message Hub for Bluemix Dedicated! 4
  6. 6. IBM Hybrid Messaging 5 App AccessPartner Enterprise MQ Backbone Bluemix Message Hub Based on Apache Kafka MQ Light API REST Kafka Message Connect IBM Message Hub offers ‘cloud-native’ messaging and usability MQ is being deployed in cloud environments with growing demand for cloud-style usability: “self-service” Digital IT Enterprise IT
  7. 7. Learning the lessons of messaging middleware Systems are dynamic – new applications, new sources of data, new consumers of data • The challenge of delivering data to meet changing demands needs a flexible infrastructure • Roll-your-own code in the applications – Increases cost, time and complexity, but can deliver the code where you need it • Storing the data in a database or file – Creates a permanent record, but does nothing to provide timely analysis A messaging infrastructure can meet both needs • Keeps the application simple and able to adapt to change • Can deliver filtered information to consuming applications, and also deliver to a permanent information store 6
  8. 8. Growth in IBM Messaging Deployment Choices 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Individual Software Deployment MQ V7.1 MQ V7.5 MQ 7.5 MQ V8 MQ V8 MQ V8 Integrated Software Deployment MQ V7.5 Advanced MQ V7.5 Advanced MQ V8 Advanced MQ V8 Advanced MQ V8 Advanced pattern for Pure MQ V8 Advanced MQ V8 Advanced pattern for Pure Cloud/aaS deployment MQ V7.0.1 HVE MQ V7.5 HVE MQ V7.5 HVE MQ V7.5 HVE MQ Light Service on Bluemix MQ & MQ Light on Docker MQ on Azure, AWS, SoftLayer Message Hub MQ on Docker MQ on Azure, AWS, SoftLayer Message Hub Developer focused deployment MQ Advanced for Developers MQ Light MQ Advanced for Developers MQ Light MQ Advanced for Developers MQ Light MQ Advanced for Developers Appliance Deployment MQ Appliance MQ Appliance 7
  9. 9. MQ deployments
  10. 10. So what is IBM MQ? • Simplifies applications, no need for complex connectivity logic or error handling • Scales from single application deployments to billions of messages per day • Connects from the mainframe to the mobile and the Internet of Things, moving data from applications, files and services • Most widely deployed enterprise messaging solution with the largest ecosystem and set of skilled practitioners • A secure messaging environment, with your customer and business data encrypted end to end • Built-in High Availability with automated failover • A single point of visibility and control for the data flowing through your business • Reliable, robust movement of data with transactional integrity Messaging you need Messaging as you need it 9
  11. 11. Updates in Fixpacks since MQ V8 • Fixpack 2 – Built on the new LDAP features in MQ V8 to support authority records for LDAP users and groups – Activity trace data extended to include microsecond call durations • Fixpack 3 – Support for authentication via PAM on Unix platforms – Protection against SSL security vulnerabilities (reduced CipherSpecs) – Extended start events • Fixpack 4 – Capped message expiry – Redistributable clients – Security change configuration events – Obfuscation of database passwords 10
  12. 12. Version x, MQ long term service x.0.0.1 x.0.0.2 x.0.0.3 x.0.0.4 x.0.0.5 x.0.0.6 …… Stable and Rapid Delivery Version y, MQ long term service Statement of Direction x.0.1 x.0.2 x.0.3 x.0.n y.0.1 y.0.2 y.0.3 Fixes only. No mid-service function. Same 5+3 service lifetime LTS releases every couple of years Fixes, plus new function New delivery every few months (~4 months expected) Fixes on latest mod only Newly added function will evolve over mods 11
  13. 13. Integrated MQ deployment
  14. 14. IBM MQ Advanced makes it easier for clients to buy and deploy all the IBM MQ distributed server capabilities they need within a single purchase. • IBM MQ Advanced for Developers is also available specifically for development use only IBM MQ Advanced is a part that provides entitlement to IBM MQ Server, Managed File Transfer Service, Advanced Message Security, and Telemetry: • Buy a single part at a single price (per PVU) for all the distributed server capabilities. What makes IBM MQ Advanced different? MQ MFT Service AMS Telemetry IBM MQ Advanced 13
  15. 15.  Use IBM MQ Advanced Message Security (AMS) to guarantee the privacy of message contents  End-to-end data encryption • Protects business and customer data from exposure if systems breached • Demonstrates awareness of security risks and takes action to avoid impact Where does Advanced Message Security fit in? Application B Application A Channels IBM MQ system Queue Manager Queue Manager  IBM MQ has many built in security features: 14
  16. 16. Where does Telemetry fit in?  Real-time access for enterprise applications to connect to a range of mobile devices, remote sensors, actuators etc.  IBM MQ Telemetry includes the following key components: • The Telemetry service that runs on the IBM MQ server • MQ Telemetry clients that are distributed to remote devices and applications  MQ Telemetry uses the open standard MQTT protocol.  Ideal to connect devices within the enterprise Sensor (e.g. RFID) Telemetry client Enterprise Telemetry Service Topic Application BApplication A Queue Manager Oil Rig Smart Phone Medical DeviceVehicle 15
  17. 17. Where does Managed File Transfer fit in?  Bringing Managed File Transfer to IBM MQ – file data is moved as MQ messages. Available as 2 chargeable components: MFT Agent and MFT Service. Available separately, and MFT Service is included in MQ Advanced  An MFT Agent performs the fundamental file transfer function of sending and receiving files from the local system.  MFT Service installs a file transfer agent on a MQ server with additional capabilities  MQ MFT supports file-to-file movement, but also file-to-message, and message-to-file  An MQ Explorer integrated GUI or command-line is used to configure and administer MFT. Channels MQ network Logging component MFT Agent Application BApplication A MFT Agent 16
  18. 18. Securing file data with SSL and IBM MQ AMS  MQ MFT supports transport level encryption using SSL  Data is encrypted before it is sent over a channel and decrypted when it is received IBM MQ Queue Manager IBM MQ Queue Manager svrconn channel sndr/rcvr channels IBM MQ Queue Manager IBM MQ Queue Manager svrconn channel sndr/rcvr channels  When combined with MQ Advanced Message Security – Allows file data to be encrypted at the source system and only decrypted when it reaches the destination system – Data is secure even when at rest on a queue Agent Agent AgentAgent 17
  19. 19. Handling both files and messages across MQ MFT One file to one message MQ MFT One file to a group of messages One message to one file A group of messages (or all messages on the queue) to one file • File can be split based on: – Size – Binary delimiter – Regular expression • One message becomes one file • Optionally, a delimiter can be inserted between each message used to compose the file • One file becomes one message MQ MFT MQ MFT MQ MFT 18
  20. 20. Virtual patterns on IBM PureApplication 19 • PureApplication provides a fully integrated IaaS for automated provisioning of machines and software deployments – Available as a hardware system, software or a Softlayer service – Repeatable and reliable MQ deployments for consistency • MQ vSys.Next Support in IBM PureApplication V2.0 from MQ V8.0.0.3 onwards – Concept similar to hypervisor but software components separated from O/S – Drag and drop MQ onto Core O/S image to compose VM configuration • Management and maintenance of MQ via PureApp console • Pattern support for highly available queue managers • Power/AIX support added to Linux x86 support with MQ 8.0.0.4 Off-prem in Dedicated SoftLayer datacenters worldwide On-prem Bring Your Own Hardware On-prem Appliance
  21. 21. High Availability and Idle Standby Lower cost licensing for failover systems – whatever the High Availability (HA) solution you choose Failures happen, but they don’t have to impact your business Have you designed for high availability? Protect your ability to access your applications and data, and process your messages and transactions without interruption in case of failure MQ offers a choice of HA options: MQ-based: Multi-Instance Queue Managers Software-based HA with automatic failover Failover systems licensed through ‘Idle Standby’ Licensing Hardware based: PowerHA, and other 3rd party options Restarts wider range of system and application based assets Fully automated HA had historically been licensed through purchase of a full additional license License updates extend ‘Idle Standby’ licensing to hardware-based HA environments as well 20
  22. 22. MQ for Developers
  23. 23. IBM MQ Advanced for Developers • What’s this for? – A part in the IBM MQ offering that is intended for use by developers only – Enables developers to install and use the entire IBM MQ Advanced stack on their personal development machines without needing to pay a PVU based license • Priced by Authorised User Single Install with IBM Support • Doesn’t replace existing Test and Production usage • Also available without IBM Support – and free to download Development environment Integration Test System and Performance Test Production Environment High Availability Full MQ Advanced License RequiredMQ Advanced for Developers License Idle Standby License Required 22
  24. 24. MQ Light : Software and Cloud • Messaging that application developers will love to use, helping them make responsive applications that scale easily • Open APIs crafted to feel natural in a growing range of popular languages • Tooling that makes modular app development easy • Now supported as an additional API within IBM MQ 23
  25. 25. MQ in the Cloud/as a Service
  26. 26. Both LoB & IT have Messaging Requirements: • App composition • Microservices • Interaction with systems of record • Emphasis on app responsiveness • Quick (or no) install and easy to use • Available in languages that support technology choices • Assured delivery of data • Transactional units of work • Synchronizing systems of record • Emphasis on reliability • Planned maintenance windows • Available in languages used by business critical systems docker node 25
  27. 27. Event driven applications Streaming data to analytics Wiring for microservices Messaging is key for new engaging applications • De-coupled microservices allow applications to evolve rapidly – Open protocols support current and future technologies, allowing any component to • Low response times are non-negotiable for engaging applications – Applications which are told and respond when something happens, they don’t have to keep watching 26
  28. 28. Message Hub is….. • A scalable, distributed, high throughput message bus based on Apache Kafka • Wide compatibility via 3 interfaces: REST, Kafka and MQ Light AMQP • Tightly integrated with Bluemix – The Bluemix native Message and Event Bus MQ (plus other on-prem data sources) MQ Light API AMQP RESTful API HTTP Apache Kafka TCP Streams Whisk 27
  29. 29. Build Your Own Cloud Deployment automation • Chef samples, UrbanCode Deploy Containers: • MQ on Docker Amazon • MQ BYOS&L – Monthly rental or PVU • MQ per hour (from IBM Business Partner) Pure Application Systems: • Build reusable & re-deployable patterns SoftLayer • MQ BYOS&L: monthly rental or PVU Public Cloud Economies Time to Market Total Control Maximum Flexibility Maximum Security Microsoft Azure • MQ BYOS&L – Monthly rental or PVU • MQ pre-installed and purchasable directly from MS Traditional Software: • MQ monthly rental licenses • MQ PVU licenses • System z (OTC, MLC) • MQ Appliance Deploying MQ on Clouds and more… 28
  30. 30. MQ in Docker • MQ 8.0.0.4 supported to run inside a Docker image. Details: https://ibm.biz/mqdocker • Brings the benefits of Docker to MQ – Lightweight containers for running MQ – Predictable and standardized units for deploying MQ – Process, resource and dependency isolation • IBM sample Docker files for customizing and building your own Docker images – Best practice guidance – Runs an MQ queue manager inside a container, isolated from the rest of your system 29 Licensing for MQ on Docker is BYOSL based on PVUs of the machine running the Docker container
  31. 31. Scripted Deployment of MQ UrbanCode Deploy  IBM tool for automating deployments of applications and middleware  IBM MQ supported with a plug-in  Configure and interact directly with IBM MQ in multiple ways with out-of-the-box steps Chef  Chef automates configuration and management  Allows infrastructure to be described in code  Scripts already available for deployment of MQ Ensuring MQ continues to be easier and quicker to deploy 30
  32. 32. Appeal of the Cloud: Perception of MQ: vs  ease of deployment  low skill  scalable  cheap  high skill  effort and risk from change  application complexity MQ self service Perceptions of IBM as a Service today Line-of-business and developer resistance to using MQ MQ not taken into future deployments where it should be MQ systems able to respond to LoB requirements quickly MQ suitable for cloud deployments 31
  33. 33. Using MQ as a service • Not an environment, more a lifestyle choice! • Addresses the increasing demands on agility and scale of messaging infrastructures • As a service goes hand in hand with self service • Many clients have built MQ as a service today – Orchestration and automation of MQ resources • E.g. IBM Urbancode Deploy, Chef, Puppet, etc. – Running on bare metal or in a cloud • Redpaper now available http://ibm.biz/mqaas_red 32
  34. 34. MQ as an Appliance
  35. 35. • The scalability and security of IBM MQ V8 in a physical appliance form factor • Rapid, reliable, simple, secure exchange of data across applications, systems and services • Convenience, fast time-to-value, and low total cost of ownership of an appliance • Use as a messaging hub to extend connectivity within your enterprise, in branch offices, factories or stores Rapid to deploy, easy to configure and run for enterprise and remote deployments What’s new in IBM MQ Appliance M2000  Integrates seamlessly into MQ networks and clusters  Simple out of the box High-Availability with paired connectivity to another appliance  Simpler maintenance with fixpacks delivered as certified firmware updates onto a locked down appliance  Appliance delivered pre-optimized for maximum performance out-of-the-box  New MQ Console to provide a browser-based user interface offering personalized monitoring and configuration IBM MQ Appliance 34
  36. 36. © 2015 IBM Corporation  High-end solution for enterprise consolidation use case  Capable of handling large MQ workloads for persistent and non-persistent messaging  Host multiple Queue Managers to act as a messaging hub  A replacement for multiple separate MQ servers  Built-in High Availability when paired to a 2nd appliance and off-site disaster recovery to another Appliance  Supports MQ AMS, and can be used to move MQ MFT files between MFT endpoints  Lower-end solution for branch office or factory deployment  Same software and hardware as the Enterprise appliance, but processor usage limited  Designed to meet lower messaging throughput requirements  Supports all features of M2000A, including High Availability, Disaster Recovery and MQ AMS  Trade-up part available from M2000B capacity to M2000A capacity IBM MQ Appliance M2000A (for Enterprise) IBM MQ Appliance M2000B (Branch etc.) Easily deploy and maintain MQ messaging in minutes! Which MQ Appliance is right for you? 35
  37. 37. MQ Appliance : High Availability & Disaster Recovery DR Replication Asynchronous (10 Gb Ethernet) Initial Delivery of Disaster Recovery function available November 30th 2015 Each Queue Manager supports either HA or DR Future update will enable Queue Managers to replicate for both HA and DR HA Replication Synchronous (10Gb Ethernet) Statement of Direction 36
  38. 38. Monday 10:30-11:30 3592 New MQ features 3452 Managing applications 12:00-13:00 2835 MQ on z/OS and Distributed 15:00-16:00 3470 Latest MQ z/OS features 2833 Where is my message? 3544 MQ Light in an MQ infrastructure 16:30-17:30 3573 Hybrid cloud messaging 2941 MQ Advanced Tuesday 08:30-09:30 3540 The MQ Light API 12:00-13:00 3456 The IBM MQ Appliance 13:15-14:15 3499 Introducing Message Hub 3458 MQ Appliance administration 14:30-15:30 6432 MQ updates and futures (InnerCircle) 2849 Messaging feedback roundtable 16:00-17:00 3544 MQ Light in an MQ infrastructure 3513 MQ hands on lab Wednesday 08:30-09:30 3602 Managing your MQ environment 12:00-13:00 3613 Designing MQ self service 6408 Hybrid messaging roadmap (InnerCircle) 13:15-14:00 3416 HA and DR with MQ 3433 Why secure your messaging? 15:45-16:30 3429 Securing MQ 2847 Meet the messaging experts 16:00-17:00 3508 MQ Light hands on lab 16:45-17:30 2275 Migrating to the IBM MQ Appliance Thursday 08:30-09:15 3420 MQ Clustering 2931 Business agility with self service MQ 09:30-10:15 3479 MQ z/OS clusters and shared queue 3450 Optimising MQ applications 2849 Messaging feedback roundtable 10:30-11:15 3465 MQ Appliance high availability 3481 MQ z/OS messaging connectivity 11:30-12:15 3474 Active-active messaging 3537 Monitoring and managing MQ 3425 MQ publish/subscribe Find us at the EXPO: Hybrid Integration peds 65-68 Check out the Hybrid Messaging sub topic under the Hybrid Integration topic for further customer and business partner sessions Hybrid Messaging from the IBM experts at InterConnect 2016 Sunday 14:30-15:30 6408 Hybrid messaging roadmap (InnerCircle)
  39. 39. • Hybrid Integration Strategy • Cloud Integration • Accelerating Digital Business • Integration Bus • IBM MQ • API Management • BPM / ODM • DataPower • CICS • WAS Spend time with IBM experts, at the home of many of IBM's software products. This summit is by invitation only - a limited seating engagement for executives and architects who would like to learn how to harness IBM connectivity and application integration solutions to deliver access to data, applications and information regardless of platform, device or data formats - across both on-premises and cloud environments. Learn more about how we are transforming our technologies using Hybrid Cloud to enable you to harness your existing assets to achieve greater capacity, efficiency and integration across platforms, whilst retaining the security, capability and resiliency you would expect from IBM. • Discover and influence IBM's strategy for key messaging and integration technologies, including, IBM MQ, IBM Integration Bus and IBM API Management • Engage in technical sessions and one-on-one interactions with top IBM Hursley Lab architects and senior executives to refine your 2016 strategic plans • Expand your network with industry-leading peers from other companies • Plus learn about other IBM technology, such as IBM intelligent business process management solutions (BPM & ODM), DataPower gateways, CICS and WebSphere Application Server on-premise and cloud This event is conducted under a Non-Disclosure agreement, so we will be able to share product directions with you. Hursley: a visit to talk about The IBM Hursley Lab is the largest software development facility in Europe; situated in a beautiful 100 acre park with a historic setting. Attendees stay in the local city of Winchester which is a vibrant heritage destination with many attractions and classical architecture including a magnificent cathedral. Enjoy the award-winning pubs and restaurants and a tempting array of independent shops. Talk to your IBM rep to find out more Be part of the conversation Keep up to date with the latest information, join the conversations and help to shape the event to meet your interests. Use #IBMhursum in your Tweets to keep in touch. #IBMhursum European & North American Hursley Summit 2016 Integration across applications, data and processes for mobile and cloud May 10 – 12 & May 16 - 19 | IBM Hursley Lab #IBMhursum
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