Pega Platform supports using IBM messaging queues (MQ) in your Pega applications running in Pega Cloud services environments.
To configure enterprise messaging for a Pega Platform environment, you must ensure the following conditions:
- IBM MQ servers must be available and accessible from your Pega Platform environment, and you must identify the topics and queues to use. If these servers are not available, you can create mock environments to facilitate integration with your application.
- The IBM MQ servers must be secure and you must configure the required authentication information for using the servers.
- You must install the appropriate Java client libraries installed onto the
Pega Platform environment. Verify that you import the
correct JAR files and that you have all of the requisite licenses. You may need
to restart your system for the libraries to load correctly. For more information
about the Java client libraries to install, see the IBM MQ documentation.
Note: The client assumes all responsibility for files imported into Pega Cloud. Pegasystems Inc. is not responsible for clients importing files that may contain malicious code. The client can refer to the Pega Products and Services Acceptable Use Policy to understand the client responsibilities model.
Pega Platform supports asynchronous messaging integration configurations using IBM WebSphere MQ (IBM MQ). IBM MQ asynchronous messaging configurations are useful for Pega Cloud applications when REST or SOAP connectivity is not suitable for your application environment.
For asynchronous messaging integration configurations on your systems, Pega Cloud clients are solely responsible for any applications or software that you import into your Pega Cloud services environment, including libraries and requisite licenses: if you import incorrect files or unauthorized software and negatively affect your Pega Cloud services environment, this can result in system downtime and require you to work with Pegasystems Global Customer Support to restore your environment.
Pega Platform has proven interoperability with IBM MQ Version 9 or later.Configuring messaging with IBM MQ
Configure message security in your IBM MQ server by enforcing encryption, identification, and authorization. For more information, see Connect MQ rules.