IBM MQ is the world's most powerful messaging solution. It simplifies and accelerates the integration of different applications across multiple platforms, including desktops, mainframes and cloud frameworks. It supports a wide range of APIs and languages, enabling developers to focus on business logic and produce code that matters.
This session presents an overview of essential concepts for developing messaging applications, plus some best practices for what to do, and what not to do, to achieve performance and reliability.
Time: 09:00 - 10:00
Jamie Squibb is a software engineer at the IBM Hursley Laboratory in the UK. He is a squad leader in the IBM Messaging organisation, where he has worked since joining IBM as a graduate in 2001. During this time his roles have included product development, specifically for IBM MQ on z/OS and more recently on Linux and the IBM MQ Appliance, plus development and maintenance of the infrastructure used to test IBM MQ and IBM Integration Bus on all platforms, with a particular emphasis on Linux and z/OS.