What do you like most about IBM MQ?
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The most valuable feature is the stability. It's perfect in this way.
What is quite useful is the asynchronous function which means we don't lose everything in the bank. Although we use a lot of things synchronously, asynch is the best thing so that no banking information is ever lost, even when the network goes down and comes up.
It also has a backup queue concept and topics, features that I have not seen anywhere else. I like these features very much.
Secure, safe, and very fast.
IBM MQ deals mainly with the queuing mechanism. It passes the data and it publishes it. These two abilities are the most valuable features.
I like the architecture it provides seamlessly for assured delivery.
This solution has improved and influenced the communication between different applications, then standardized that communication.
The first things are its simplicity and its robustness. Compared to any other product, it's the most robust I've worked with. And it's extremely easy to manage.
The clusterization which results in persistence is the most valuable feature.
The most valuable feature is the interaction within the system.
The reliability of the queuing is the most valuable feature.
It offers better reliability and monitoring compared to other tools.
RabbitMQ and Kafka require more steps for setup than IBM MQ. Installation of the IBM product is very simple.
I haven't seen any severe issues related to it. Most of the time it's running. That is the advantage of IBM MQ.
The high availability and session recovery are the most valuable features because we need the solution live all day.
Combined with IBM MQ, this product is our primary data store.
The MQ protocol is widely used across multiple applications and it's so simple for connectivity.
IBM MQ is the right choice because of the stability and the performance. And from the support perspective, it's enough to have a really small team.
It is stable, reliable, and scalable.
Clustering is one of its most valuable features.
It's highly scalable. It provides various ways to establish high availability and workloads. E.g., you can spread workloads inside of your clusters.
Whenever payments are happening, such as incoming payments to the bank, we need to notify the customer. With MQ we can actually do that asynchronously. We don't want to notify the customer for each and every payment but, rather, more like once a day. That kind of thing can be enabled with the help of MQ.
The most valuable feature is the Queue Manager, which lies in the middle between our application and our core banking server.
The most valuable features are the point to point messaging and the MQ API.
It improves reliability and guarantees that messages are not lost.
Reliable integration between MQ servers is the most valuable feature.
Data integrity, reliability and security are valuable features that IBM MQ possesses.
It runs everywhere, from the mainframe in the US to the PCs in the Gobi desert attached to an analog modem.
We use queue managers/concentrators for message flow going upstream and downstream on applications with enterprise licenses.