Technical Introduction to IBM MQ

PT0940
Summary
This course is designed to provide technical information for information managers, developers and architects. This class explains what middleware is and the characteristics of MQ. It shows the role MQ plays on the world of electronic business, SOA and ESB. The relationship of IBM MQ to application servers and multi-tiers applications and processes is highlighted. The major components of IBM MQ will be described. The main application interface MQI will be discussed in the details. Other application interfaces particularly JMS will be discussed. The IBM MQ interfaces to other system components are shown major ones are system management, databases, security and transactional co-ordinations. Three common platforms will be covered so students will know their concepts and structure. Much emphasis is given to the connection of multiple queue managers and the control of recovery of channels. This course covers materials that are required for taking IBM’s certification.
Prerequisites
Students must have experience in one of the three operating systems, one of OS/390, UNIX (Linux, AIX, HP or SUN Solaris), or Windows (2000, 2003 or XP). Knowledge of databases or transaction management is desirable.
Duration
1 Day/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for MQSeries System Managers, Architects, Application Designers and System Programmers who interact with IBM MQ.
Topics
  • IBM MQSeries Concepts
  • IBM’s MQSeries Structure
  • Installation and Customization
  • Distributed Platforms – Installation, Create QMGR, Logs, Directories
  • Operation and Administration
  • PCF Commands
  • Naming Convention
  • MQI structure
  • Intersystem Communication
  • Recovery and Restart
  • Clustering
  • Monitoring and Performance
  • Security
  • Problem Determination

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