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Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot
Nov 9, 2022
Hi, We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information. Please share what you can so you can help your peers.
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ShoaibKhan - PeerSpot reviewer
Technical Specialist at APIZone
Mar 30, 2022
We are using the open-source version, so we have not looked at any pricing.
Lead Architect at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Sep 16, 2022
There are no fees because it is open-source. There are no fees to begin using it.
Senior Software Test Analyst at CoCre8 Technology Solutions
Jan 19, 2022
Hi, I'm the Senior Software Test Analyst at a Tech Services company.  Currently, I'm struggling to get the correct pricing for the IBM MQ series for 1 license and 2 cores. I've researched and found out only this one the Internet: 1. Is it the correct information? Is it possible to purchase just 1 license (for 2 cores)? 2. Can anyone point me out to the right place to request/purchase thi...
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Director of Community at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Nov 29, 2021
Hi @Viktor Dolyna, @Walter Kuhn, @George Thomas, @Jitendra Jethwa, @Paulo Toscano ​and @Sunil Sahoo, Can you please assist and share some information with your peer - @Irfaan Rahim?
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Principal Product Manager - IBM MQ at IBM
Jan 19, 2022
Hi - the best thing to do is open a chat at www.ibm.com/products/MQ or send a message to askmessaging@uk.ibm.com who will help you.  I don't think those prices are right - it is correct that IBM MQ is licensed by capacity and you can work out how many licenses you need for your hardware by looking at the PVU tables here: https://www.ibm.com/software/p... (or use the calculator on that same page).  It is possible to purchase MQ licenses for single or multiple cores on large machines (this is called "sub-capacity licensing") so you only pay for what you're using so you can make it quite cost-effective.
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