WebSphere MQ, JMS, & IIB for Architects & Programmers

PT10636
Summary
This course is designed to provide technical knowledge for application architects and developers so that they will be able to design applications and integration middleware using IBM's WMQ, IIB (IBM Integration Bus formerly WMB) and Java Message Services (JMS). The material contains all the features at the latest level. Application design will be emphasized to build robust messaging applications with good performance. JMS concepts and components and its relationship with WMQ will be discussed. Functions to incorporate WMQ with SOA, Web Services, ESB, Mobil and the Cloud will be covered. There are test questions after each Module. These are similar to IBM's certification questions and prepare students for the test. Hands-on lab exercises are provided for students to do coding and debugging MQ programs
Prerequisites
Prior to taking this course, students must have experience with designing and developing applications. Basic Knowledge of databases, transaction management, networking and security is desirable.
Duration
2 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for architects and applications designers with experience in multi-platform applications.
Topics
  • Messaging Architecture
  • WMQ Structure and Components
  • WMQ and SOA (Service Oriented Architecture)
  • Messaging in ESB (Enterprise Service Bus)
  • WQI (Application Interface)
  • Designing MQ Programs
  • Request and Reply Model
  • Using Dynamic Queue
  • Triggered Programs
  • Multi-Point Messaging
  • Publish and Subscribe
  • Transactional Message Processing
  • Context Processing
  • JMS
  • Publish and Subscribe
  • Message Manipulation
  • ESQL Concepts
  • Data Format Description Language (Message Format Services)
  • IBM supplied processing Nodes
  • Mapping
  • JAVA Nodes
  • Interface to JMS and Web Services
  • Publish and Subscribe
  • Mobil
  • Cloud
  • Security
  • High Availability

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