IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry features deliver connectivity for a smarter planetIBM Europe, Middle East, and Africa Software Announcement ZP10-0255
July 6, 2010
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IBM® delivers key technology to deploy smarter messaging with the new WebSphere® MQ Telemetry features. These WebSphere MQ Telemetry features extend the universal messaging backbone provided by WebSphere MQ to a wide range of remote sensors, actuators and telemetry devices. It extends WebSphere MQ so that it can now interconnect intelligent enterprise applications, services, and decision makers with networks of instrumented devices.
The WebSphere MQ Telemetry features provide the foundation for an enterprise nervous system that enables the organization to sense-and-respond to events in the world around it, supporting faster, better decision making that enables a smarter working environment.
By using the WebSphere MQ Telemetry features, businesses can embrace, take advantage of, and change by creating a more agile, collaborative and connected business environment. A smarter working environment can make businesses more profitable and productive and make the world a better place to live and work.
WebSphere MQ is extended with new features for connecting enterprises to smart sensors and telemetry devices. These new features provide optional messaging capabilities that are separately orderable, and require additional licenses for connecting telemetry devices to WebSphere MQ networks.
- Delivers a messaging transport designed for resource-constrained telemetry devices like smart sensors and actuators
- Provides a gateway that can enable WebSphere MQ messaging networks to connect enterprise applications and services with remote sensors and devices
- Offers a client software development kit that delivers a range of device-side messaging capabilities in different programming languages - from basic telemetry connectivity to advanced capabilities for concentrators and smart devices
- Delivers remote graphical administration via Eclipse-based WebSphere MQ Explorer tooling
- Encourages device manufacturers to enable their sensors to be ready to connect into IBM connectivity solutions
- Includes the capability that delivers interconnectivity that can underpin smarter working solutions, enabling enterprises to sense-and-respond to remote events with an enterprise nervous system that reaches out far beyond corporate headquarters
The WebSphere MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT) protocol provided by these new features is an established open messaging protocol that was previously provided by WebSphere Message Broker products. These new optional features reduce the prerequisites required for connecting enterprise systems to sensor devices. WebSphere Message Broker customers can continue to take advantage of the MQTT protocol by leveraging this new feature of WebSphere MQ.
For details about WebSphere MQ V7.0, refer to Software Announcement ZP09-0282, dated August 25, 2009.
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|Planned availability date|
- August 27, 2010, (electronic software delivery)
- September 3, 2010, (media and documentation)
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Program number VRM Program name 5724-H72 7.0.0 WebSphere MQ
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Licensed function title Product group Product category IBM WebSphere MQ IBM MQSeries® MQSeries IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry IBM MQSeries MQSeries IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry IBM MQSeries MQSeries Advanced
Program name PID Charge unit number description IBM WebSphere MQ 5724-H72 Per Processor Value Unit for Linux® on System z IBM WebSphere MQ 5724-H72 Per Processor Value Unit IBM WebSphere MQ 5724-H72 PROCESSOR-Day IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry 5724-H72 Per 100 Client Devices IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry Advanced 5724-H72 Per 100 Client Devices Advanced
Charge metrics definitions
The WebSphere MQ Telemetry features provide optional messaging capabilities that are separately orderable and require additional licenses in order to connect telemetry devices into WebSphere MQ networks.
Client Device is a unit of measure by which the program can be licensed.
A Client Device is a single user computing device or special purpose sensor or telemetry device that requests the execution of or receives for execution a set of commands, procedures, or applications from or provides data to another computer system that is typically referred to as a server or is otherwise managed by the server. Multiple Client Devices may share access to a common server. A Client Device may have some processing capability or be programmable to allow a user to do work.
Examples include, but are not limited to actuators, appliances, automated teller machines, automatic meter readers, cash registers, disk drives, desktop computers, kiosks, notebook computers, personal digital assistant, point-of-sale terminals, sensors, smart meters, tape drives, and technical workstations.
Types of Telemetry Feature Client Device
The program offers the following types of Client Device. Each type of Client Device has corresponding licenses that entitle up to 100 of these devices to connect into WebSphere MQ networks.
- MQ Telemetry client - These clients are found in the MQ Install Directory\MQXR\SDK\clients directory structure. This client provides basic Telemetry connectivity. See the programdocumentation for more details.
- MQ Telemetry Advanced client - These clients are found in the MQ Install Directory\MQXR\SDK\advanced directory structure. This client provides more advanced Telemetry connectivity capabilities. See the programdocumentation for more details.
Processor (Value Unit)
A processor core is a functional unit within a computing device that interprets and executes instructions. A processor core consists of at least an instruction control unit and one or more arithmetic or logic unit. With multicore technology, each core is considered a processor. Not all processor cores require the same number of Processor Value Unit entitlements. To calculate the number of Processor Value Unit entitlements required, refer to the Processor Value Unit table on the following Web site
With full capacity licensing, a PoE must be acquired for the appropriate number of Processor Value Units based on all activated processor cores available for use on the server.
Passport Advantage program licenses
Part description Part number IBM WebSphere MQ WebSphere MQ Per Processor Value Unit (PVU) Annual SW E0256LL S&S Rnwl WebSphere MQ Per Processor Value Unit (PVU) Lic + SW D55V1LL S&S 12 Mo WebSphere MQ Per Processor Value Unit (PVU) SW S&S D55V2LL Reinstate 12 Mo
IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry WebSphere MQ Telemetry 100 Client Devices Annual SW S&S E08V4LL Rnwl WebSphere MQ Telemetry 100 Client Devices Lic + SW S&S D0D6JLL 12 Mo WebSphere MQ Telemetry 100 Client Devices SW S&S D0D6KLL Reinstate 12 Mo
IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry Advanced WebSphere MQ Telemetry Advanced 100 Client Devices E08V3LL Annual SW S&S Rnwl WebSphere MQ Telemetry Advanced 100 Client Devices Lic D0D6HLL + SW S&S 12 Mo WebSphere MQ Telemetry Advanced 100 Client Devices SW D0D6ILL S&S Reinstate 12 Mo
Passport Advantage supply
WebSphere MQ V7.0.0 WebSphere MQ for Multiplatforms V7.0 Multilingual Media BA0NWML Pack
Passport Advantage customer: Media pack entitlement details
Customers with active maintenance or subscription for the products listed are entitled to receive the corresponding media pack.
WebSphere MQ V7.0.0
Entitled maintenance Media packs description Part offerings description number WebSphere MQ Linux zSeries® WebSphere MQ for BA0NWML Value Unit Multiplatforms V7.0 Multilingual Media Pack WebSphere MQ Value Unit WebSphere MQ for BA0NWML Multiplatforms V7.0 Multilingual Media Pack
Cross-platform product for use on System z Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL) engines
Order the part numbers that follow when the product is intended to run on the Linux operating system on System z® Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL) engines. If the product is not intended to run on the Linux operating system on System z IFL engines, order from the other set of part numbers in this announcement. This set of part numbers provides the identical supply and authorization as the other set in this announcement.
Part description Part number IBM WebSphere MQ WebSphere MQ Per Proc VU for Lin Sys z Annual SW S&S E0257LL Rnwl WebSphere MQ Per Proc VU for Lin Sys z Lic + SW S&S 12 D55V4LL Mo WebSphere MQ Per Proc VU for Lin Sys z SW S&S Reinstate D55V5LL 12 Mo
IBM WebSphere MQ
WebSphere MQ PROCESSOR-Day(s) Per Use-Day OOCoD ASQ24LL
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|Terms and conditions|
The terms and conditions for WebSphere MQ as previously announced in Software Announcement ZP09-0282, dated August 25, 2009, remain unchanged.
To be eligible for On/Off CoD pricing, customers must be enabled for temporary capacity on the corresponding hardware, and the required contract, Amendment for iSeries® and pSeries® Temporary Capacity On Demand - Software (Z125-6907), must be signed prior to use.
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