You have been given the task of supporting and maintaining IBM MQ on your z/OS or distributed systems but have no formal training in IBM MQ. Then this is the course for you. In five days, we will cover what you need to understand about IBM MQ for z/OS and distributed platforms plus the knowledge and techniques to administer the MQ environment. In the class, we will go from creating a queue manager, to defining MQ resources, to interconnecting our queue managers, plus cover some supporting processes along the way. We will utilize both z/OS and Windows platforms for the hands-on workshops.
A good working knowledge of TSO/ISPF, z/OS JCL, good working knowledge of Linux, UNIX, or Windows environments, plus at least one year working in the z/OS and distributed environments in either a support / administration role or as a developer with application support exposure.
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
System programmers, systems administrators, and technical support personnel responsible for maintenance and support of IBM MQ for z/OS and distributed platforms on a daily basis.
- Terminology, Component and Environment Overview
- Base Installation and Queue Manager Creation on z/OS
- Base Installation and Queue Manager Creation on Distributed Platforms
- Queue Creation and Administration Tool Overview
- Message Queuing Interface Overview Plus Application Triggering Process
- Distributed Queuing Plus Related Topics
- System and Application Integrity on z/OS
- System and Application Integrity on Distributed Platforms
- MQ Resource Security on z/OS
- MQ Resource security on Distributed Platforms