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WebSphere Message Broker

Highlights

Platform-independent based enterprise service bus

Enhance service-oriented architecture (SOA) support with advanced Web services

Integration without bounds with connectivity and transformation capabilities

Improved consumability, productivity and systems management

Extend your infrastructure with broader platform support and performance

Enhanced developer productivity

Library

Websphere Message Broker 6.0 Info Center

Websphere MQ Family SupportPac 

 Redbooks

WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker Basics

Migration to WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker V5

Using Web Services for Business Integration

Intra-Enterprise Business Process Management

WebSphere Product Family Overview and Architecture

WebSphere Business Integration Pub/Sub Solutions

WebSphere MQ Integrator Deployment and Migration

Patterns: Implementing an SOA using an Enterprise Service Bus

Business Integration Solutions with MQSeries Integrator

WebSphere MQ Integrator for z/OS V2.1 Implementation Guide

Developing Solutions in WebSphere MQ Integrator

Business-to-Business Integration Using MQSeries and MQSI, Patterns for e-business Series 

Message Broker References/Articles

WebSphere Message Broker deployment scripting using Ant

Testing and troubleshooting message flows with WebSphere Message Broker Test Client

File processing options with WebSphere Message Broker File Extender

Dynamically update a Web service interface using Message Broker V6

Generic message retry and requeue with WebSphere Message BrokerV6

Verifying WebSphere Message Broker V6 without using the toolkit

Determining How Many Copies of a Message Flow Should Run Within WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker V5

Parsing complex COBOL structures using WebSphere Message Broker V6

Integrating WebSphere DataPower XML Security Gateway XS40 with WebSphere Message Broker

Monitoring message flow performance with the WebSphere Message Broker Explorer Accounting and Statistics facility

Secrets of the Configuration Manager in WebSphere Message Broker V6

HTTP transport nodes in WebSphere Message Broker V6

Using WebSphere Business Integration Brokers Toolkit V5.02

Extending WebSphere MQ Integrator Broker V2.1 and WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker V5

Performance analysis of a message flow using WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker for z/OS

Using Automatic Restart Management on z/OS with WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker

Simplifying performance and stress testing with MQJavaRoundTrip

Improve the performance of your WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker V5 message flow

WebSphere Business Integration for Financial Networks: Delivering a product on top of WebSphere MQ Integrator Broker

Deploying a complex flow to WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker

Integrating applications using WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker V5 -- Part 1: Integration scenario for creating a Web order processing application

Integrating applications using WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker V5: Part 2: Message set development

WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker and high availability environments

Optimizing DB2 Universal Database for Linux, UNIX, and Windows for Use with WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker V5

WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker HTTP Technology for Web Services

Determining How Many Copies of a Message Flow Should Run Within WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker V5

Architecture Patterns for Solution Integration for WebSphere Business Integration V4.1

Robust Error Handling in WebSphere MQ Integrator Broker 2.1

Implementing and Deploying the IBM WebSphere MQ Integrator XML Transformation Node

Failure Handling with WebSphere MQ Integrator Broker Version 2.1 -- Part 1: Message Flow Failure

Failure Handling with WebSphere MQ Integrator Broker Version 2.1 -- Part 2: Exploring Components that Facilitate Error Processing

Tuning a WebSphere MQ Integrator Broker

WebSphere Business Integrator Use Cases for Banking

DB2 and WebSphere MQ Integration (Part 1)

How to Estimate Message Throughput for an IBM WebSphere MQ Integrator Version 2.1 Message Flow

Developing Web Services and Messaging DB2 Applications

DB2 MQ Functions: Using MQSeries and XML Extender from DB2 Applications

Library links for WBI products


Certification 

WBI Roadmaps

Websphere certifications

Roadmap for Application Connectivity (MOM)

Roadmap for Process Integration 

Test 994 - IBM Websphere MQ 6.0, System Administration

Test 998 - Websphere Message Broker V6.0, System Administration