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PostPosted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 12:48 am Post subject: Reply with quote

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Michael Dag wrote:

you are forgetting v1 MQIntegrator


cough-cough, the less said about that the better don't you think?
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 12:52 am Post subject: Reply with quote

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PeterPotkay wrote:
So much for the streak of not changing the product's name constantly....sigh.

Speaking personally (the name wasn't my decision!) I think the new name is way better. MB's done more than messaging for years now (think files, DB, streams, events, etc.), so "integration" gives it a much more any-to-any feel.
Also "bus" suggests a flexible enough architectural style, and also helps to distinguish it from an edge gateway.
By the way, we've been pretty careful to ensure existing MB V8 and earlier commands, scripts etc. continue to work as-is, so any resistance to the new name will be purely non-technical
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FWIW I agree that the name change is positive and will hopefully lead to more IIB sales and work for us all
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PeterPotkay
PostPosted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 8:05 am Post subject: Reply with quote

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Guess we need the description of this forum to be updated as well.

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Any plans for a "Developer Edition" ?
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adubya wrote:
Any plans for a "Developer Edition" ?

Yes, we're planning this for shortly after GA. Freely downloadable single package containing everything you need. We're also hopeful to allow it to be used in production too, albeit limited (e.g. 1TPS).
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Excellent.
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For those of you who like moving pictures, there's this nice video showing off the new Integration Bus... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFJ_Z5wqQf4
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 7:47 am Post subject: Reply with quote

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mqmatt wrote:
adubya wrote:
Any plans for a "Developer Edition" ?

Yes, we're planning this for shortly after GA. Freely downloadable single package containing everything you need. We're also hopeful to allow it to be used in production too, albeit limited (e.g. 1TPS).


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Shame that we've JUST moved to 8...waste of time and money
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I don't really understand how this IBM branding really put on paper.... especially WMB...

When message broker was stand alone(not on WAS) its called WebSphere Message Broker,now when it is on top of WebSphere Application server it is called Integration Bus..interesting!!!
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now when it is on top of WebSphere Application server it is called Integration Bus


I'm not sure where you got that idea. Integration Bus is not built on top of WAS - it has a standalone runtime. Migration from WMB 6.1, 7 or 8 to IIB 9 is just as easy as it was from WMB 6.1 or 7 to WMB 8.

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mgk wrote:
Migration from WMB 6.1, 7 or 8 to IIB 9 is just as easy as it was from WMB 6.1 or 7 to WMB 8

Interesting - so you're supporting migrations from three levels behind now?
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mb01mqbrkrs wrote:
mgk wrote:
Migration from WMB 6.1, 7 or 8 to IIB 9 is just as easy as it was from WMB 6.1 or 7 to WMB 8

Interesting - so you're supporting migrations from three levels behind now?


Well, pragmatics really... V9 is planned for June, yet V6.1 goes out of support in September. It makes sense they have an option of going straight to the latest and greatest.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2013 6:33 am Post subject: Reply with quote

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mqmatt wrote:
It makes sense they have an option of going straight to the latest and greatest.


I am intrigued by your use of the word 'they'.
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