- The UI does not provide the ability to export or backup definitions for all destinations within a specific environment, which would be useful for emergency restore situations.
- Promoting all destinations from one environment to another is not supported, making the regeneration of queues and exchanges through the Web UI both time-consuming and error-prone.
- Exporting or backing up all messages along with their corresponding properties from a specific destination for future replay or testing purposes is not possible.
- The UI does not allow for the movement of messages (cut and paste) between destinations, which would be useful for replaying messages from the DLQ.
- Tracking changes to MQ destinations and environments is not straightforward, which can be problematic if a queue is accidentally deleted.
- Monitoring queue consumption rates or queue depth is not easily achievable, making it difficult to identify issues with message accumulation or slow processing by consuming applications.
- Accessing statistics across destinations or beyond a 7-day period is not easily accomplished through the UI.
In summary, the Anypoint MQ UI has several limitations, such as the inability to export or backup definitions, promote destinations between environments, manage messages effectively, and monitor MQ performance easily. The Qflex-AMQ product is designed to address these limitations by providing enhanced functionality, improved management capabilities, and more robust monitoring options. By utilizing Qflex-AMQ, users can overcome the shortcomings of the Anypoint MQ UI and streamline their messaging infrastructure management.