WebSphere MQ Version 7.0

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WebSphere MQ Version 7.0

Universal Messaging Backbone

Use Case Scenarios

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WebSphere MQ Version 7.0


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What is WebSphere MQ?


IBM’s proven message
-
oriented middleware (MOM)
technology helping companies
connect different computer
systems, diverse geographical
locations, and dissimilar IT
infrastructures into one
seamless operation


Asynchronous, queue
-
based technology with
assured once
-
only message delivery provides an
enterprise backbone environment for systems that
aren’t always simultaneously on
-
line



Single communications code stack performing
multiple forms or intersystem data sharing
including fire & forget, request/response and
publish/subscribe messaging and managed file
transfer activities eliminating the need for roll
-
your
-
own developments using RPC, LU6.2, HTTP, FTP,
RSS, etc.

HP
-
UX

Windows

zLinux

Solaris

AIX

OS/400

NSS OVMS

zOS

Linux

80+ platform configurations

WebSphere MQ

MQ Interface

COBOL, C, C++, RPG,


…others.

JMS

Java / JEE

MLMS

C, C++, .NET C#

.NET (C#)

Microsoft

SOAP

Web Services

Other Interfaces

HTTP, FTP, …

Multiple APIs

WebSphere MQ Version 7.0


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Who Needs WebSphere MQ?


Any business that:


Is subject to strict record keeping and compliance audits


Needs to coordinate multiple accounting systems running on heterogeneous platforms


Conducts financial transactions over the Internet involving third party intermediaries


Struggles to change core business processes to meet changing market conditions


Wants to add portals, mashups and Wiki interface access to legacy business data



Needs WebSphere MQ for:


Efficiently passing SOX, HIPAA, PCI, E&I wire transfer investigations, etc.


Connecting Big
-

(RISC) and Little
-

(Intel) endian byte ordering systems and converting
from ASCII to EPCIDIC character encoding formats


Integrating Web services technologies into loosely connected business processes


Separating and out
-
sourcing connectivity from business logic programming


Tapping into new markets and customer segments using Web 2.0 technology

Most valuable business asset is information; how it moves around
your organization determines the how much value can be derived.

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How Do Businesses Benefit from WebSphere MQ?


50 percent reduction in the time and cost required to modify, upgrade
and add new interfaces into the payments system


Significantly lower compliance costs


Faster time to market through streamlined application development


Enhanced ability to differentiate through value
-
added, payments
-
oriented services


Improved adaptability to changes in global payment standards


Increased customer satisfaction and retention




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Wachovia U.S.
-
based commercial bank

The new architecture replaces numerous point
-
to
-
point interfaces and provides a common messaging platform which
enables Cattles to link IT components (such as its Siebel CRM and Fiserv ICBS banking systems) to each other and
to external services (such as Experian) in a seamless and flexible manner.






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Cattles plc UK
-
based financial services

“We typically processes between
50
-
100 exception investigations
pertaining to wire transfers every
day. Our business challenge was to
increase the effectiveness and
efficiency levels of the
investigations.”


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National Bank of Canada


Brought nine new insurance products to market in less than one year, compared to only one new product being
introduced in the previous three years


Allowed extensive modification of new products in response to competitor actions in a matter of weeks


Reduced application development costs by 50 percent


Decreased audit findings (items requiring remedial action) by approximately 80 percent


Eliminated more than 90 percent of system code


Significantly improved controls for collecting premiums





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Professional Provident Society


South African insurance services provider

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How Do Businesses Benefit from WebSphere MQ?

“Studies show that companies can spend up to
40 percent of application development time on
integration. Using IBM Information Integration
software, we’ve been able to reduce that by up
to 85 percent, with integration
-
related
development requiring from three to six
percent of developers’ time.”


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Canadian Tire Corporation

“Based on IBM technology, our initial SOA implementation was
essential for us to establish a commanding position in the German
trade and industry. Based on this success, we are looking to IBM’s
Web 2.0 technologies to further enhance our offerings and successful
entry into new markets.”





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businessMart AG Germany
-
based ebusiness platform developer

Numerous single points of failure in the underlying infrastructure for up to 40 key internal applications frequently
interrupted the flow of information. Applications ran on approximately 20 disparate servers that ran different versions
of third
-
party application servers. The motley mixture became a management issue because versioning, tracking and
keeping machines up to date required more and more attention.


WebSphere Virtual Enterprise running on System p servers optimized Rotech’s application environment and provided
a flexible, scalable infrastructure with high availability. Gone are the days when complaints of applications timing out
reached the help desk, lowering productivity and interrupting business processes.


The goal at Rotech is now to join together the application environment in a service oriented architecture (SOA) using
IBM WebSphere MQ and IBM WebSphere Process Server. The seam
-
less coupling of business processes will help
Rotech eliminate a communication barrier that has created the need for manual re
-
entry of billing charges due to
legacy applications that do not speak to each other.





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Rotech Healthcare, Inc. U.S.
-
based SMB

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How Do Businesses Use WebSphere MQ?

Replace roll
-
your
-
own or HTTP
Messaging Backbones


Use reliable transport technology as you
expand available services


Businesses critical SOA need asynchronous
operations and automatic restarts when
messages drop


Easily integrate with existing applications and
avoid data re
-
keying with support for 80
platform environments

Stop wasting your IT budget continuously
updating point
-
to
-
point connectivity logic


Avoid business disruptions caused by regulatory compliance audits


RPC
-
, LU6.2
-

or HTTP
-
based systems generally have no ability to prove what
messages were sent to whom and when, exposing their companies to needless
documentation efforts


Preserve development dollars for new business processes


Queues shield developers from complexities of underlying infrastructure, including
physical location and platform configuration details of remote applications

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Secure and Manage File Transfer Activities


Don’t expose corporate data


Companies use FTP because it’s free, but the protocol has no
inherent security capabilities and transmits data, usernames
and passwords in plain text


FTP unreliable and designed for attended activities


FTP failures only detected by writing application code and
restarted by attentive staff


Secondary transmissions consume network bandwidth and
delay downstream processing


Partial file deliveries can introduce data integrity issues


Outsource connectivity logic


Development and maintenance costs from application changes
spiral making each additional change more lengthy and costly
carrying a greater risk of system disruption

How Do Businesses Use WebSphere MQ?

Eliminate security risks and end manual process
supervision for large data transfers

FTP

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How Do Business Use WebSphere MQ?

Address more market opportunities with
Publish/Subscribe data distribution


Companies often experience two costs


one for
point
-
to
-
point and one for pub/sub


Flexible, event
-
driven pattern enables
businesses to send information on events,
special offers and news to interested parties







Publish

Subscribe


New object type allows applications to publish directly to topics


IT staff will appreciate simplified management of topics which are associated with
applications no differently than are message queues


MQ approach creates dynamic pathways between applications



Avoids hard
-
coded message associations so changes in underlying data delivery
systems don’t drive IT managers wild with pub/sub maintenance and testing activities

No need to use RSS or other new protocols
adding more administrative complexity!

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Reach out to Generations X, Y and Z!



Seamlessly integrate real business data into
Web 2.0 user interfaces


Failure to embrace new user interface
technologies risks alienating customers that
don’t use traditional media formats


Tap into broad availability of Web
-
related
programming resources


No requirement for deep MQ skills


Uses Ajax and simple RESTful interface to
access data by URIs


Speeds deployment and maintenance of large
scale distributed applications


Benefit from MQ without installing MQ clients

How Do Businesses Use WebSphere MQ?







Browser




Ajax Library




JEE Application

Server

Message Delivery

HTTP GET

HTTP POST

HTTP DELETE

Business Applications & Data

WebSphere MQ V7

Messaging Backbone

WebSphere MQ

Bridge for HTTP

Add Portal, Mashup and Wiki interfaces
to your existing IT systems

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How You Can Get Started with WebSphere MQ

https://www
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304.ibm.com/jct09002c/partnerworld/mem/sell/sel_lead_dash_ws_mqv7.html


Business Partner contact: Jay Bretzmann 919
-
486
-
0078, bretzman@us.ibm.com

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Targeting WebSphere MQ Opportunities

Look for the following conditions:


Highly regulated industries like banking, finance, insurance, and
healthcare


Companies experiencing inorganic growth through acquisitions


Large presence of aging HP
-
UX or Sun Solaris equipment


Rapidly growing Internet
-
centric business about to exhaust Open
Source technology capabilities



Slow growth companies likely burdened by decades’ old software
investments

All of these companies will need WebSphere MQ
technology to meet the challenges of an increasingly
global economic environment.