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Session #3456: Expanding your
options with the IBM MQ Appliance
Leif Davidsen – Senior Offering Manager, IBM Messaging
Ant...
Overview
• The scalability and security of IBM MQ V8 in a physical appliance form factor
• Rapid, reliable, simple, secure exchange...
IBM MQ Appliance offers:
Optimized solutions to meet the needs of these use cases
Differentiation compared to MQ software ...
Challenges
Mixture of platforms
and versions
Complex dependencies
Migrations difficult –
lack of standardization
Applicati...
Challenges
Avoiding single
points of failure
Outside assistance
needed – lack of
local skills and
resources
Deploy to a re...
Challenges
Partner may not have
MQ or MQ skills today
Time to build and
deploy
Configuration needs to
meet our standards
D...
© 2015 IBM Corporation
 High-end solution for enterprise consolidation use case
 Capable of handling large MQ workloads ...
 Prebuilt for Hub pattern – no Apps on device
 No additional software installation
 No user Exits in MQ
 Monitoring ag...
QM1 QM2 QM3
QM1 QM2 QM3
Fully synchronous
replication (HA) or asynchronous (DR)
• No persistent data loss
on failure (HA m...
IBM MQ Appliance M2000
• Optimized messaging, right out of the box
• Secure your business with High Availability built-in
...
MQ Appliance key
capabilities
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Lets really simplify it…
An MQ Appliance is a box where you create and
run queue managers…
Queue manager 1 Queue manager 2...
Physical configuration
2x Management 1GB Ethernet
(also IPMI)
Display
(includes
capacity and
version
information)
Serial /...
M2000(mqcli)# crtmqm test
Please wait while 64 GB file system is initialized for queue manager 'test'.
IBM MQ Appliance qu...
Much more detail in…
3458A
The IBM MQ
Appliance:
Administration
Simplified
Mandalay Bay
NORTH - South
Pacific Ballroom I
T...
M2000(mqcli)# crtmqm test
Please wait while 64 GB file system is initialized for queue manager 'test'.
IBM MQ Appliance qu...
Traditional MQ
(software)
Queue
Manager
Application
Application
M2000(mqcli)# crtmqm test
Please wait while 64 GB file sys...
Secure updates
Mq-appliance-
8.0.0.3.scrypt3
Visit fix central to
download appliance
updates to a local
server ready to de...
Log database
or file
 The MQ Appliance can be the Queue
Manager to provide both regular MQ
Queue Manager capabilities
 N...
• The IBM MQ Appliance supports a number of protocols for message transmission
• Today:
– MQ client protocol – for connect...
QM1 QM2 QM3
QM1 QM2 QM3
Fully synchronous
replication
Key design points:
- No (persistent) message loss
- No external depe...
QM1 QM2 QM3
QM1 QM2 QM3
HA – When things go wrong
22
DR Replication
Asynchronous
(10 Gb Ethernet)
• New function in 8.0.0.4 update
• Provides for longer distance
recovery than...
Disaster Recovery – Flexible topologies
Production appliance
Off-site DR appliance
Asynchronous
replication
Flexible Confi...
Much more detail in…
3465A
Deploying a Highly
Available
Messaging Hub
Using the IBM MQ
Appliance
Mandalay Bay
NORTH - Sout...
Monitoring MQ on the appliance
Typically, third party (or other IBM
product) tooling will already support
MQ appliance que...
• To create, click hotspot
 Configure the widget
 Display appliance resource use
 Platform-wide or queue manager
 CPU,...
Monitoring applications
Classic use cases for dedicated/specialised exit code is
addressed by enhanced application ‘activi...
Find out more
29
 The IBM MQ Appliance is available in two models, to suit a range of performance and
capacity requirements
– They’re not ...
Dedicated appliance KnowledgeCenter – particularly covers differences from
software MQ installations
http://www-01.ibm.com...
Monday
10:30-11:30 3592 New MQ features
3452 Managing applications
12:00-13:00 2835 MQ on z/OS and Distributed
15:00-16:00...
Notices and Disclaimers
33
Copyright © 2016 by International Business Machines Corporation (IBM). No part of this document...
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Expanding your options with the MQ Appliance

  1. 1. Session #3456: Expanding your options with the IBM MQ Appliance Leif Davidsen – Senior Offering Manager, IBM Messaging Anthony Beardsmore – IBM MQ Appliance Architect
  2. 2. Overview
  3. 3. • The scalability and security of IBM MQ V8 in a physical appliance form factor • Rapid, reliable, simple, secure exchange of data across applications, systems and services • Convenience, fast time-to-value, and low total cost of ownership of an appliance • Use as a messaging hub to extend connectivity within your enterprise, in branch offices, factories or stores What’s new in IBM MQ Appliance M2000  Integrates seamlessly into MQ networks and clusters  Simple out of the box High-Availability and Disaster Recovery with paired connectivity to other appliances  Simpler maintenance with fixpacks delivered as certified firmware updates onto a locked down appliance  Appliance delivered pre-optimized for maximum performance out-of-the-box  New MQ Console to provide a browser-based user interface offering personalized monitoring and configuration General Availability: March 13th 2015 IBM MQ Appliance M2000 2
  4. 4. IBM MQ Appliance offers: Optimized solutions to meet the needs of these use cases Differentiation compared to MQ software deployment approaches 2 price points to meet different deployment-based business needs What do you want to do? Consolidate my MQ infrastructure into an “MQ Hub” for lower TCO Deploy to remote premises, e.g. Branch, Factory, Warehouse Deploy to business partner, e.g. Dealer, Broker 3 3
  5. 5. Challenges Mixture of platforms and versions Complex dependencies Migrations difficult – lack of standardization Application downtime impacts other applications Consolidate my MQ infrastructure into a “MQ Hub” for lower TCO Objectives Reduce TCO Reduce footprint Standardise deployments Build 'hub' - concentrate expertise 4 Benefits Easy to deploy Simplified maintenance Familiar administration Separates applications from Infrastructure Supports existing MQ definitions, concepts and security model HA avoiding external dependencies
  6. 6. Challenges Avoiding single points of failure Outside assistance needed – lack of local skills and resources Deploy to a remote premises Objectives Resilient connectivity to remote location Robust and secure Flexibility, minimal time to value at new sites Benefits Standardization makes ‘pre-canned’ rollout simpler Remote configuration and management High availability requires no additional systems or skills 5
  7. 7. Challenges Partner may not have MQ or MQ skills today Time to build and deploy Configuration needs to meet our standards Downtime directly effects business relationship Deploying to business partner: Appliances as ‘Gateways’ Objectives Extend connectivity to external business partner Rapid onboarding Control and limit access QOS expectations from both parties Benefits Easy to deploy Simplified maintenance Ability to preconfigure a very standard system both helps ensure standards applied and speed deployment HA avoiding external dependencies 6
  8. 8. © 2015 IBM Corporation  High-end solution for enterprise consolidation use case  Capable of handling large MQ workloads for persistent and non-persistent messaging  Host multiple Queue Managers to act as a messaging hub  A replacement for multiple separate MQ servers  Built-in High Availability when paired to a 2nd appliance and off-site disaster recovery to another Appliance  Supports MQ AMS, and can be used to move MQ MFT files between MFT endpoints  Lower-end solution for branch office or factory deployment  Same software and hardware as the Enterprise appliance, but processor usage limited  Designed to meet lower messaging throughput requirements  Supports all features of M2000A, including High Availability, Disaster Recovery and MQ AMS  Trade-up part available from M2000B capacity to M2000A capacity IBM MQ Appliance M2000A (for Enterprise) IBM MQ Appliance M2000B (Branch etc.) Easily deploy and maintain MQ messaging in minutes! Which MQ Appliance is right for you? 7
  9. 9.  Prebuilt for Hub pattern – no Apps on device  No additional software installation  No user Exits in MQ  Monitoring agents must be remote  High Availability out-of-the-box  Single Firmware update for whole appliance  Firmware update inc. appliance and MQ Fixpack  Can be rolled back as an single unit  Controlled administration environment  Web, MQ Explorer and MQSC/cmd-line admin of MQ IBM MQ Appliance IBM MQ V8 on Custom Server Key Differences with Appliance Form-factor Apps Tuning MQ / Middleware OS Hardware  DIY Hub or Generic server – Apps + Middleware  Install any software  Build & maintain your own custom extensions  Add local monitoring agents  Needs HA Cluster SW or Network Storage for HA  Custom tuning for each layer (OS/Middleware)  Discrete maintenance for each layer  MQ Fixpacks;OS maintenance, security patches etc.  Generic OS shell for local administration  MQ Explorer and MQSC/cmd-line administration of MQ 8
  10. 10. QM1 QM2 QM3 QM1 QM2 QM3 Fully synchronous replication (HA) or asynchronous (DR) • No persistent data loss on failure (HA mode) • No external storage • No additional skills required • Manual control of failover for migration/maintenance • Queue manager level active/passive (i.e. both appliances can run workload) Designed to be configured in seconds with no external dependencies Availability options in the MQ Appliance 9
  11. 11. IBM MQ Appliance M2000 • Optimized messaging, right out of the box • Secure your business with High Availability built-in • Lower your TCO with simpler maintenance, and lower data storage space and power requirements • Deploy to partners and remote premises, without requiring local MQ expertise IBM Integration Bus V10 • Increased flexibility with separate deployment for MQ • Install in minutes • New patterns to rapidly create mobile integrations • Flexible cloud deployment options The Complete Messaging and Integration Solution 10
  12. 12. MQ Appliance key capabilities 11
  13. 13. Lets really simplify it… An MQ Appliance is a box where you create and run queue managers… Queue manager 1 Queue manager 2 Queue manager 3 Application Application Application Application Application Queue manager 4 12
  14. 14. Physical configuration 2x Management 1GB Ethernet (also IPMI) Display (includes capacity and version information) Serial / KVM connection N.B. REQUIRED for initial setup General purpose 1GB Ethernet (MQ Application traffic) General purpose 10GB Ethernet (SPF+) (MQ Application traffic) 2x 1GB Ethernet: HA or general purpose 10 GB Ethernet (SPF+): HA or general purpose HBA (unused) 13
  15. 15. M2000(mqcli)# crtmqm test Please wait while 64 GB file system is initialized for queue manager 'test'. IBM MQ Appliance queue manager created. The queue manager is associated with installation 'MQAppliance'. Creating or replacing default objects for queue manager 'test'. Default objects statistics : 83 created. 0 replaced. 0 failed. Completing setup. Setup completed. M2000(mqcli)# strmqm test IBM MQ Appliance queue manager 'test' starting. The queue manager is associated with installation 'MQAppliance'. 5 log records accessed on queue manager 'test' during the log replay phase. Log replay for queue manager 'test' complete. Transaction manager state recovered for queue manager 'test'. IBM MQ Appliance queue manager 'test' started using V8.0.0.4. M2000(mqcli)# runmqsc test 5724-H72 (C) Copyright IBM Corp. 1994, 2014. Starting MQSC for queue manager test. Serial/SSH HTTP M2000(mqcli)# crtmqm test Please wait while 64 GB file system is initialized for queue manager 'test'. IBM MQ Appliance queue manager created. The queue manager is associated with installation 'MQAppliance'. Creating or replacing default objects for queue manager 'test'. Default objects statistics : 83 created. 0 replaced. 0 failed. Completing setup. Setup completed. M2000(mqcli)# strmqm test IBM MQ Appliance queue manager 'test' starting. The queue manager is associated with installation 'MQAppliance'. 5 log records accessed on queue manager 'test' during the log replay phase. Log replay for queue manager 'test' complete. Transaction manager state recovered for queue manager 'test'. IBM MQ Appliance queue manager 'test' started using V8.0.0.4. M2000(mqcli)# runmqsc test 5724-H72 (C) Copyright IBM Corp. 1994, 2014. Starting MQSC for queue manager test. MQ Channel (PCF) New for Version 8! New for Appliance Administration 14
  16. 16. Much more detail in… 3458A The IBM MQ Appliance: Administration Simplified Mandalay Bay NORTH - South Pacific Ballroom I Tue, 23-Feb 01:15 PM - 02:15 PM Aka… the session right after this! 15
  17. 17. M2000(mqcli)# crtmqm test Please wait while 64 GB file system is initialized for queue manager 'test'. IBM MQ Appliance queue manager created. The queue manager is associated with installation 'MQAppliance'. Creating or replacing default objects for queue manager 'test'. Default objects statistics : 83 created. 0 replaced. 0 failed. Completing setup. Setup completed. M2000(mqcli)# strmqm test IBM MQ Appliance queue manager 'test' starting. The queue manager is associated with installation 'MQAppliance'. 5 log records accessed on queue manager 'test' during the log replay phase. Log replay for queue manager 'test' complete. Transaction manager state recovered for queue manager 'test'. IBM MQ Appliance queue manager 'test' started using V8.0.0.4. M2000(mqcli)# runmqsc test 5724-H72 (C) Copyright IBM Corp. 1994, 2014. Starting MQSC for queue manager test. M2000(mqcli)# crtmqm test Please wait while 64 GB file system is initialized for queue manager 'test'. IBM MQ Appliance queue manager created. The queue manager is associated with installation 'MQAppliance'. Creating or replacing default objects for queue manager 'test'. Default objects statistics : 83 created. 0 replaced. 0 failed. Completing setup. Setup completed. M2000(mqcli)# strmqm test IBM MQ Appliance queue manager 'test' starting. The queue manager is associated with installation 'MQAppliance'. 5 log records accessed on queue manager 'test' during the log replay phase. Log replay for queue manager 'test' complete. Transaction manager state recovered for queue manager 'test'. IBM MQ Appliance queue manager 'test' started using V8.0.0.4. M2000(mqcli)# runmqsc test 5724-H72 (C) Copyright IBM Corp. 1994, 2014. Starting MQSC for queue manager test. M2000(mqcli)# crtmqm test Please wait while 64 GB file system is initialized for queue manager 'test'. IBM MQ Appliance queue manager created. The queue manager is associated with installation 'MQAppliance'. Creating or replacing default objects for queue manager 'test'. Default objects statistics : 83 created. 0 replaced. 0 failed. Completing setup. Setup completed. M2000(mqcli)# strmqm test IBM MQ Appliance queue manager 'test' starting. The queue manager is associated with installation 'MQAppliance'. 5 log records accessed on queue manager 'test' during the log replay phase. Log replay for queue manager 'test' complete. Transaction manager state recovered for queue manager 'test'. IBM MQ Appliance queue manager 'test' started using V8.0.0.4. M2000(mqcli)# runmqsc test 5724-H72 (C) Copyright IBM Corp. 1994, 2014. Starting MQSC for queue manager test. Administrative user repository Messaging user repository Administrators are always defined locally on the appliance and can connect via SSH or WebUI to administer all aspects of the system Messaging Users may be defined locally or in LDAP repository (choice per QM), and remote applications always connect with these credentials. Secure administration 16
  18. 18. Traditional MQ (software) Queue Manager Application Application M2000(mqcli)# crtmqm test Please wait while 64 GB file system is initialized for queue manager 'test'. IBM MQ Appliance queue manager created. The queue manager is associated with installation 'MQAppliance'. Creating or replacing default objects for queue manager 'test'. Default objects statistics : 83 created. 0 replaced. 0 failed. Completing setup. Setup completed. M2000(mqcli)# strmqm test IBM MQ Appliance queue manager 'test' starting. The queue manager is associated with installation 'MQAppliance'. 5 log records accessed on queue manager 'test' during the log replay phase. Log replay for queue manager 'test' complete. Transaction manager state recovered for queue manager 'test'. IBM MQ Appliance queue manager 'test' started using V8.0.0.4. M2000(mqcli)# runmqsc test 5724-H72 (C) Copyright IBM Corp. 1994, 2014. Starting MQSC for queue manager test. New certificate management commands TLS (SSL) on channels End to end and at-rest encryption using AMS built in and included as standard Secure messaging 17
  19. 19. Secure updates Mq-appliance- 8.0.0.3.scrypt3 Visit fix central to download appliance updates to a local server ready to deploy Updates are supplied as a simple single file download, signed and secure, and are the only thing which can be installed on the appliance hardware. Copy to appliance – update, and reboot. All driver, system and MQ updates are applied as a single operation 18
  20. 20. Log database or file  The MQ Appliance can be the Queue Manager to provide both regular MQ Queue Manager capabilities  No other MQ server deployment needed  Also Coordination Queue Manager capabilities  No files are stored on the appliance  No MQ MFT Agent needed on the appliance to support this  Highly available and robust  Secure with MQ AMS entitlement built in – Content encrypted based on policies Applications exchanging file data Agent Agent Agent “Coordination” Queue Manager Commands Using MQ MFT and the MQ Appliance 19
  21. 21. • The IBM MQ Appliance supports a number of protocols for message transmission • Today: – MQ client protocol – for connectivity from applications •Client libraries available in the usual places, not shipped with the appliance – MQ server protocol – for connectivity with other queue managers •This will support sender-receiver channels and server-requester channels, including cluster flows • Subject to customer interest we may add further protocols such as – MQTT – for internet of things and mobile/web messaging – AMQP – for MQ Light API client connectivity Connectivity 20
  22. 22. QM1 QM2 QM3 QM1 QM2 QM3 Fully synchronous replication Key design points: - No (persistent) message loss - No external dependencies - Transparent to application HA Overview 21
  23. 23. QM1 QM2 QM3 QM1 QM2 QM3 HA – When things go wrong 22
  24. 24. DR Replication Asynchronous (10 Gb Ethernet) • New function in 8.0.0.4 update • Provides for longer distance recovery than HA • e.g. Out Of Region standby site • Still ultimately requires high bandwidth connectivity as all persistent data fully mirrored • But - asynchronous so better choice than HA for higher latency, ‘bursty’ or ‘lossy’ networks) • Also means most recent messages are potentially lost on failover, and application logic must consider • Manual interaction required to trigger failover/fail back. Disaster Recovery 23
  25. 25. Disaster Recovery – Flexible topologies Production appliance Off-site DR appliance Asynchronous replication Flexible Config •As with HA, configuration is per queue manager – though with DR there is no concept of a ‘group’. •Each QM independently configures replication to a particular appliance. •E.g. could configure single ‘DR’ site covering live appliances at multiple sites Mixed Test/DR appliance Production appliance 24
  26. 26. Much more detail in… 3465A Deploying a Highly Available Messaging Hub Using the IBM MQ Appliance Mandalay Bay NORTH - South Pacific Ballroom I Thu, 25-Feb 10:30 AM - 11:20 AM 25
  27. 27. Monitoring MQ on the appliance Typically, third party (or other IBM product) tooling will already support MQ appliance queue managers without changes. This image shows Tivoli Remote Agent displaying queue and channel information from an appliance queue manager. Various third party vendors have already explicitly confirmed support (check with vendor for specific product information). But there are also appliance specific features… 26
  28. 28. • To create, click hotspot  Configure the widget  Display appliance resource use  Platform-wide or queue manager  CPU, Disk, memory, etc  Select:  Resource class/type/element  Queue manager(s) to monitor  Choose Resource class  CPU  Data stores  API Usage stats Monitoring System Resources Chart ‘widgets’ and new API 27
  29. 29. Monitoring applications Classic use cases for dedicated/specialised exit code is addressed by enhanced application ‘activity trace’ – dynamic publish subscribe API for inspection of application MQ activity. Which applications make use of which resources (e.g. queues) What is coming in off this set of channels right now? How can I keep an audit log of all messages put by a particular application? 28
  30. 30. Find out more 29
  31. 31.  The IBM MQ Appliance is available in two models, to suit a range of performance and capacity requirements – They’re not sold on a PVU basis – but approximately 420 & 1400 PVU • Appliance is dedicated to running messaging server workload – No other workload (applications or middleware) – Performance should be predictable – Capacity planning should be easier • Firmware comes pre-tuned for maximum messaging performance – Placement of workload, resource utilisation, etc. • Performance report MPA1 now available – Based on firmware level 8.0.0.3, – Includes scenario driven examples and M2000A/B comparisons. • Performance report MPA2 now available – HA and DR, including over increased latency connections Performance and capacity reports 30
  32. 32. Dedicated appliance KnowledgeCenter – particularly covers differences from software MQ installations http://www-01.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SS5K6E/welcome GitHub community with example remote configuration scripts https://github.com/ibm-messaging/mq-appliance RedBook (draft at time of writing), particularly useful for first time setup and hardware configuration http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/Redbooks.nsf/RedpieceAbstr acts/sg248283.html Online 31
  33. 33. Monday 10:30-11:30 3592 New MQ features 3452 Managing applications 12:00-13:00 2835 MQ on z/OS and Distributed 15:00-16:00 3470 Latest MQ z/OS features 2833 Where is my message? 3544 MQ Light in an MQ infrastructure 16:30-17:30 3573 Hybrid cloud messaging 2941 MQ Advanced Tuesday 08:30-09:30 3540 The MQ Light API 12:00-13:00 3456 The IBM MQ Appliance 13:15-14:15 3499 Introducing Message Hub 3458 MQ Appliance administration 14:30-15:30 6432 MQ updates and futures (InnerCircle) 2849 Messaging feedback roundtable 16:00-17:00 3544 MQ Light in an MQ infrastructure 3513 MQ hands on lab Wednesday 08:30-09:30 3602 Managing your MQ environment 12:00-13:00 3613 Designing MQ self service 6408 Hybrid messaging roadmap (InnerCircle) 13:15-14:00 3416 HA and DR with MQ 3433 Why secure your messaging? 15:45-16:30 3429 Securing MQ 2847 Meet the messaging experts 16:00-17:00 3508 MQ Light hands on lab 16:45-17:30 2275 Migrating to the IBM MQ Appliance Thursday 08:30-09:15 3420 MQ Clustering 2931 Business agility with self service MQ 09:30-10:15 3479 MQ z/OS clusters and shared queue 3450 Optimising MQ applications 2849 Messaging feedback roundtable 10:30-11:15 3465 MQ Appliance high availability 3481 MQ z/OS messaging connectivity 11:30-12:15 3474 Active-active messaging 3537 Monitoring and managing MQ 3425 MQ publish/subscribe Find us at the EXPO: Hybrid Integration peds 65-68 Check out the Hybrid Messaging sub topic under the Hybrid Integration topic for further customer and business partner sessions Hybrid Messaging from the IBM experts at InterConnect 2016 Sunday 14:30-15:30 6408 Hybrid messaging roadmap (InnerCircle)
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