Webinar at 2pm BST on Thursday 13th of September

Interest in Blockchain continues to grow and the technology is here to stay, with many projects going beyond proof of concepts. IBM has invested heavily in developing Blockchain solutions and in particular integration with the widely used IBM MQ middleware. This integration helps to overcome the hurdle of legacy data access and high interaction latency when accessing the Blockchain.

If you are an IBM MQ user wondering how your organisation can reap the benefits of Blockchain, you need to make sure you’re running on the latest version of IBM MQ. However, migrating to newer MQ versions is often perceived as risky and expensive. This doesn’t have to be the case. With the right DevOps processes and tools you can significantly reduce cost and risk at the same time as you increase quality and speed of your migration project.

Join the webinar with Tech Data, Arqino and IBM on 13th of September 2018 to learn about the latest in IBM MQ v9.1 how to ensure quality and speed of your migration. Also learn about the latest updates on the IBM MQ Bridge for Blockchain and how it can benefit your business.

The hour-long session will cover the following:

  • Introduction
  • IBM MQ and the Blockchain Bridge (Laurence Bonney IBM)
  • Make your IBM MQ environment Blockchain ready (Pundarik Ranchhod, Arqino)
  • Demo – Make your MQ environment Blockchain ready (Ajay Amrite, Arqino)
  • Q&A

Register below below to make your MQ environment Blockchain ready:

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