What’s In the New IBM MQ Appliance
Now, IBM has announced the new MQ Appliance, called M2003, with general availability on August 2, 2022.
In terms of what’s new, IBM says that it “brings together next-generation hardware and IBM MQ firmware, packed with the latest updates and designed to provide a more powerful appliance than its predecessor,” so presumably that means it has the MQ 9.3 functionality.
Like the previous releases, the IBM MQ Appliance M2003 is designed for the following:
- Simple setup
- Maximized performance
- Business resiliency
- Cost efficiency
- Data insights
- Help protects against threats
We will be joining their Webcast on August 11, 2022, to learn more: Data Availability and Integrity with the new IBM MQ Appliance, M2003.
Nastel products support this new version of the MQ Appliance. For further information on Nastel’s dedicated support for the MQ Appliance click here.
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