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Two REST Stops - z/OS Connect for MQ and Implementing RESTful Services in IIB


Presentation

z/OS Connect provides the ability to front z/OS assets with a RESTful
API. The first half of this session covers the support that MQ provides
for z/OS Connect and how it can be used to provide a RESTful front end
to existing queue based applications with no changes to the applications
themselves

Sometimes just exposing existing queue based applications with a RESTful API isn't enough and you want to enhance these services and what they offer, or maybe stitch multiples together IBM Integration Bus v10 introduced the ability for you to expose a RESTful interface or call RESTful services in an easy to consume manner. Through the use of Swagger, REST APIs can be defined and consumed by IIB flows and enhanced JSON mapping allows for easy mapping between different services

The second half of this session will look at how you can use IBM Integration Bus to define and invoke REST services, including registering them with IBM API Connect, all adding value to your existing backend applications

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Stream: MQ
Room: Chapel
Time: 15:00 - 16:00

Attachments

JD - Two REST stops - zOS Connect for MQ and implementing RESTful services in IIB.pdf

Speakers


  • Dominic Storey at IBM UK LTD.
  • Dominic Storey is an IBM Master Inventor and Senior Software Engineer working in the Hybrid Integration team. His specialism is in IBM Integration Bus and he is currently working on the next generation of IBM Integration products including App Connect. In a previous life he was Technical Lead in the IBM Integration Bus Industry Team who have delivered the Healthcare, Retail and Manufacturing Packs. He has also worked within the MQSeries and Message Broker Development teams in IBM Hursley since 1997 and has worked on many parts of these products in this time more notably the Message Broker API, Pattern Authoring and the Message Broker Explorer. Tweet to @domStorey


    Email: dstorey@uk.ibm.com

  • Dominic Storey at IBM UK LTD.
  • Dominic Storey is an IBM Master Inventor and Senior Software Engineer working in the Hybrid Integration team. His specialism is in IBM Integration Bus and he is currently working on the next generation of IBM Integration products including App Connect. In a previous life he was Technical Lead in the IBM Integration Bus Industry Team who have delivered the Healthcare, Retail and Manufacturing Packs. He has also worked within the MQSeries and Message Broker Development teams in IBM Hursley since 1997 and has worked on many parts of these products in this time more notably the Message Broker API, Pattern Authoring and the Message Broker Explorer. Tweet to @domStorey


    Email: dstorey@uk.ibm.com

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