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How to Create and Configure SSL Key and Trust Stores Part 1/3

This post will be the first in a multi-part series talking about configuring various key stores and trust stores IBM MQ and IBM Integration Bus and populating them with certificates. General Information Key stores and trust stores are files in a proprietary format. Key stores hold certificates that an application sends across during the SSL […]

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WORKING WITH BUILT-IN MQ TELEMETRY TRANSPORTS (MQTT) IN IIB

Overview MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT) is a lightweight protocol which publish/subscribe messages. IIB has its built-in MQTT server/broker and input/output nodes for processing MQTT messages. You can create sample message flows to receive an MQTT message by using the MQTTSubscribe node to subscribe/consume one or more topics on an MQTT server/broker. You can publish an […]

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Using MuleSoft for File Transfer from Message Queue to Target Directories on Local/Remote Machines

This is a high-level technical walk-through on how we can leverage the out-of-box connectors to write a logic for file transfer using Java messaging Service. Assumption: -Developer knows basic coding techniques in MuleSoft workspace – Developer knows about JMS and the queues/ topics messaging model 1. Pre-Config Requirements: a. Make sure to have java version […]

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Improved Customer Experience – Where the Rubber Meets the Road

One of the nation’s largest marketer of tires for auto replacements, required a secure, scalable and flexible user friendly point-of-sale application. Perficient partnered with them to implement a new system for sales associates, which provides a faster way to access enterprise data and ultimately provide better customer service. In order to accommodate increasing workloads, the SOA-based solution […]

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4 steps to fix “MQRC 2393- SSL Initialization Error” on DataPower

This issue mainly occurs when DataPower MQ client tries to establish a SSL(2-way) connection with MQ server. Here is the solution to fix this issue. Step – 1 :  Ensure that correct certs have been configured in keystore of MQ queue manager object on MQ server. Step – 2 :  Ensure that correct certs have […]

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What You Need to Know about IoT and MQTT

Internet of things (IoT) is the latest buzzword that has been dominating tech news. IoT in short is a collection of sensors or devices connected to a network. These sensors are embedded in everyday consumer objects or industrial equipment and send important information that can be used for data mining or service improvements. While IoT […]

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How To: Message Selectors in WMB & WMQ as JMS Publish Subscriber

WebSphere MQ, when used as a JMS provider, can be leveraged to implement one of the widely used architecture patterns, the Pub-Sub model. In this use case, we have a message flow as the service provider that connects to WMQ publisher and another consumer message flow that uses WMQ topics as a subscriber within WebSphere […]

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“Messaging in a Box” – Sounds Like Something Magical

This offering from IBM lets customers focus on what is best for them (solution, which solves their real-world problems) and tasks they are best at (developing solutions) while taking everything else away (managing operating systems, fine tuning, managing storage, upgrades, etc.) and putting it “in a box.” Wait a minute, to a extent, it is […]

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Performance Testing Framework for Websphere Message Broker

With this post, I will cover performance testing framework for Websphere Message Broker. Tools Used: Tools used to do the performance testing of ESB interfaces: Jmeter SupportPac IS03 The following section will brief the tools that are used in the ESB Performance test plans. Jmeter: Jmeter is an open source Apache Software used for load […]

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Perficient Goes Platinum at IBM InterConnect

Three extraordinary IBM conferences—Pulse, Impact, and Innovate—have joined together to deliver one of the most comprehensive software events ever as IBM InterConnect 2015 on February 22 – 26 in Las Vegas, and Perficient is proud to be a Platinum Sponsor. My feet already hurt thinking about navigating through this monumental event, but the flip flops […]

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JMeter Testing for a Datapower ESB Implementation – Part 1

Introduction When considering testing a Datapower implementation the first tool that is generally mentioned SoapUI. While this is a good tool for a particular aspect of testing, you may need to expand your testing capabilities to include a broader set of concerns. In this blog I’d like to consider an architectural scenario in which I […]

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Sequence Diagram in WMB

Using the WMB toolkit we can produce a sequence diagram with the following steps. Open Modeling Perspective 2. Within this Perspective Click on File->New->Other   3. Select Sequence Diagram within Modeling profile 4. Click Next and Select the location where the File needs to be created and Click Finish. A work area with the palette […]

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Simplify Development = Embrace Patterns

I’m a BIG believer in two things: a) work smarter, not harder; 2) keep things simple — avoid complexity. Complex leads to complicated, complicated leads to misunderstanding, misunderstanding leads to chaos. Nonetheless, my guidelines seem easy enough, right? Well, good news then, they are simple and easy to apply in just about anything we face day […]

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eXtreme Scale

Just for curiosity’s sake and this blog, I looked up the definition of ‘cache’ [as used in computer science]. Most sources define it as “…a component that transparently stores data so that future requests for that data can be served faster “.  The part about served faster reminded me of an old adage. It goes like this. […]

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IIBv9 – Introduction

Peers, it is time to embrace IBM’s Integration Bus v9 aka IIBv9. Many of us are comfortable developing solutions using WebSphere Message Broker [WMB] version 6, 7 and 8. To date, all the projects I’ve worked on at Perficient, clients still used WMB 6/7. However, IBM recently re-branded WMB as Integration Bus. Much of the […]

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Perficient & IBM – Making an Impact in 2013

Perficient is Showcasing Our Award-Winning IBM SOA, BPM, and Mobile Solutions & Services at IBM’s Impact 2013 Conference Perficient is a gold sponsor of Impact 2013, and our experts are available in Booth G9 to discuss how customers can implement impactful technology solutions including BPM, service-oriented architecture (SOA), cloud, mobile and WebSphere solutions for major […]

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Using Pub/Sub for EAI

If anyone has been around MB as long as I have we can remember the Event Broker which was the pub/sub engine. I’ve been hard-pressed to ever use it for EAI – there have been some specific use-cases but they usually involved large number of clients who were able to self-register. I guess that’s what […]

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MQ vs. HTTP

I was going through my old files and came across my notes on MQ and thought I’d share some reasons to use MQ vs. HTTP: If your consumer processes at a fixed rate (i.e. can’t handle floods to the HTTP server [bursts]) then using MQ provides the flexibility for the service to buffer the other […]

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Mobility at Verizon Wireless

You’ve all probably heard of Verizon.  Supporting 94 million customers presents quite a challenge. They are at IBM’s Impact conference talking about what they’ve done.  They had quite the crew ranging from the architects to the developers. Verizon wireless manages their own development, their own network, and their own systems.  That gives Verizon unique access […]

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