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This article was developed with the intention to help IBM MQ Administrators gain a better understanding of Dead Letter Queues (DLQ) and DLQ Handlers for RTP administration. It provides basic scenarios and explanations within IBM MQ. Becoming a Real Time Payments (RTP) “participant” has numerous challenges. For many financial entities, this is their first exposure […]
Great news MQ Users! IBM has just released the new IBM MQ v9.2 and it’s ready for download. The new version has many features that continue to make IBM MQ the industry leader for messaging middleware software. MQ v9.2 is the follow-on long-term support release (LTSR) to MQ v9.1. With the LTSR release, fix packs […]
Becoming a Real-Time Payments (RTP) “participant” has numerous challenges. For many financial entities, this is their first exposure to IBM MQ as a messaging system, which is a requirement to join the network. The Clearing House’s RTP represents the next evolution of payments innovation for instant transfer of funds and confirmation. Financial institutions, big and […]
I spend a lot of time talking to IT professionals in banks across the US and Canada. Some large and global, others regional. As the CEO of a technology consultancy that works with financial institutions of all sizes, having varied conversations with our clients is a big part of my job. And I can tell […]
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TxMQ/TxMQ Canada took part as a gold sponsor for the MQ Technical Conference, also known as MQTC, last week, September 24th through September 27th, at the Kalahari Resorts in Sandusky, Ohio. This annual event has become a mainstay for our team; we’re proud to be an original and ongoing Gold Sponsor of the conference since […]
One of the Best Events of the year is just around the corner! IBM’s 2020 Integration Technical Conference is scheduled to be held on March 16th through the 19th this year, at the Renaissance Hotel in Dallas, TX. What is the Integration Technical Conference? The Integration Technical Conference was started in 2019 as a replacement […]
More than 40 years ago, TxMQ was founded by veterans of IBM who believed in supporting mainframe customers through new solutions built for IBM products. We’ve come a long way since 1979: we’ve moved our headquarters from Toronto to the U.S., our leadership team has grown, and we continue to enhance our roster of services. […]
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