IBM MQ Valuable Features

Sr. Solution Architect or Program Manager at a financial services firm
* Can process large amount of messages in a small amount of time. * Integrates between distributed systems: For example, it can help integrate processing between mainframe, client-server, web-based applications by integrating the messages, supporting Service Oriented Architecture. * It helps avoid rework by using already developed and working features of the application. View full review »
Principal Solution Specialist at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I will say that, okay, we are coming from a long history as an IT company, and we have almost done queuing systems with other solutions. Moving from that implementation to something that is out-of-the-box, and the rave reviews, it was a great asset already. We didn’t have to worry about all the specific configuration, or installation of our own queue, and queuing system, and the brokers, and so on. It was some things a little bit out-of-the-box, that's why we like it. View full review »
IT Unit Head at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
One of the most important features is data persistence. Anytime there is a failure or an unexpected outage, the data is still there. That is one of the biggest benefits of MQ on WebSphere. View full review »
Gurvijay Bhatti
Senior Solutions Architect at a government with 10,001+ employees
Reliability of message transmissions and ability to replay messages in case message ends up in backout queues. View full review »
Alfredo Gan
Principal Middleware Engineer / Automation Specialist at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Reliability is the most valuable feature. MQ is used to support critical business applications. View full review »
Pavel Shcherbukha
Team leader of the development team at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Reliable integration between MQ servers. IT helps us create flexible integration solutions. View full review »
Soumya Thomas
VP - Accelya Kale Solutions Ltd with 1,001-5,000 employees
* Data integrity, reliability and security are very important to our business. * No messages are lost, and recovery is good in case of any serious failures. * No dependency on the end party service's run status. View full review »
Alexander Fildish
Consulting BPM Architect with 10,001+ employees
It runs everywhere, from the mainframe in the US to the PCs in the Gobi desert attached to an analog modem. View full review »
Ruud Van Zundert
MQ Engineer DevOp with 10,001+ employees
To be able to programmatically send information stored in 'messages' and send them securely, as well as the ability to check their contents and statistics when things go wrong. View full review »
Balanna N
Architect at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
The most valuable features are queue managers and CCDT, which is the common purpose of most client applications. View full review »
Asynchronous messaging processing between the front-end and our legacy system using an enterprise service bus (ESB). View full review »

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