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MQSeries

Messaging middleware from IBM that allows programs to communicate with each other across all IBM platforms, Windows, VMS and a variety of Unix platforms. Introduced in 1994, it provides a common programming interface (API) that programs are written to. The MQ stands for Message Queue. See messaging middleware.
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Organisations integrate data between applications to keep operational systems, such as shipping, inventory, customer service and billing, up-to-date to ensure timely access to crucial information-whether it's for the smooth delivery of products or for making multi-million dollar investment decisions on the stock market Industry analysts maintain that IBM's MQSeries owns the marketshare for integrating business enterprise-wide.
MQSeries Integrator v2 will be available 4Q'99 starting from US$100,000, while MQSeries Workflow v3.
Other processing in the same computer image may impact MQSeries.
The MQSeries solution is planned to be up and running by the end of 1997, feeding data on the health of both MQSeries systems and those monitored in the existing CICS ACC solution into the same OMEGAVIEW screen, ensuring the all important single focal point is maintained.
IBM, WebSphere and MQSeries are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.
Pre-configured to offer instant component-level monitoring of CICS Transaction Gateway and MQSeries Java Connector, these PowerPacks give operations personnel and professional services personnel the ability to fine-tune their systems for optimal performance and to isolate bottlenecks across the entire Java Web application platform.
As businesses strive to integrate their application environments, messaging software such as MQSeries is becoming increasingly popular for enterprise application integration.
and IBM MQSeries Relies on Mercator for Integration Hub
As you can imagine, we're delighted to have won this award with IBM, with whom we've worked closely on many fronts, and whose MQSeries set of middleware products are integrated throughout our enterprise solution.
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SEAGULL, a leading provider of legacy application enhancement software technology, today announced the incorporation of extensive support for MQSeries in its Transidiom(TM) software solution, which generates XML, SOAP, Java and COM interfaces to mainframe and iSeries legacy application functions.
This product integration demonstrates the complementary nature of BankFrame and IBM MQSeries Workflow in the assembly of workflow-based applications.