IBM WebSphere Message Broker Hypervisor Edition for Red Hat Enterprise Linu

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  • Software Subscription and Support Renewal (1 year)
  • 1 PVU
  • Passport Advantage Express
  • Linux
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IBM WebSphere Message Broker Hypervisor Edition for Red Hat Enterprise Linu
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  • Software Subscription and Support Renewal (1 year)
  • 1 PVU
  • Passport Advantage Express
  • Linux
The WebSphere Message Broker Hypervisor Edition is a combination of WebSphere Message Broker, WebSphere MQ, and the operating system compatible with the supported hypervisor, optimized to run in server virtualization environments.

Designed to reduce installation and configuration time, IBM WebSphere Message Broker Hypervisor Edition helps you rapidly deploy WebSphere Message Broker based connectivity and integration solutions.

WebSphere Message Broker Hypervisor Edition supports WebSphere Message Broker V7.0.0.1, and WebSphere MQ V7.0.1 for use with WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance for deploying Red Hat Enterprise Linux in x86 environments.

WebSphere Message Broker is the solution for clients seeking an enterprise service bus (ESB) that provides connectivity and transformation spanning heterogeneous IT environments. Using WebSphere Message Broker Hypervisor Edition enables better utilization of hardware and faster response to demands for newly deployed systems. This can help to reduce the costs of both hardware and software operation and maintenance costs. By deploying virtual images, businesses can also ensure that systems are built with a known, stable, and tested configuration, reducing the potential for errors and ensuring rapid deployment of a working system, whether for development, test, or production.

For dynamic operational management, WebSphere Message Broker has enhanced security processing with a PEP node for authentication, authorization, and identity mapping. The PEP node can be placed anywhere in the message flow, increasing the flexibility of message flow design. Other enhancements include support for Tivoli Access Manager as a Security Policy Decision Point (PDP), as well as support for other WS_Trust PDPs.