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IBM MQ z/OS system administration

This workshop course covers the installation, operation, administration and support of WebSphere MQ systems and applications relating to those systems in a z/OS environment.

At the end of the course students will be able to:

Schedule

datedur.lang.  location  price
05 Sep3EHigh Wycombe  (GB)1450 GBP  (excl. VAT) 
17 Oct3EHigh Wycombe  (GB)1450 GBP  (excl. VAT) 
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Intended for

Those who will administer WebSphere MQ for z/OS.

Background

This is a platform dependent course and the candidate must be familiar with the functions of the target operating system. Having followed IBM MQ fundamentals course would also be a useful pre-requisite, but a WebSphere MQ overview section is included in this course. Some knowledge of SNA and/or TCP/IP networking is useful.

Main topics

The messaging model: queues and queue managers; clients and client channels; distributed queuing and messaging channels; clusters; shared queues; application programming interfaces (MQI and AMI).

Libraries, modules and parameter files; MQ stubs and adapters; batch/TSO, CICS, IMS; queues, buffer pools, page sets logs and archive logs.

CSQ6SYSP, CSQ6LOGP, CSQ6ARVP, CSQUTIL, CSQJU003, CSQJU004 and CSQOREXX.

Remote queues and transmission queues; setting up, operating and testing MQ channels; debugging common channel problems; listener; dead letter queues.

When to use shared queues; how to define shared queues; how to exploit shared queues.

Units of recovery; logging and checkpointing; deferred writes; bootstrap datasets; restart recovery: forward recovery, backward recovery, rebuild; utilities; queue-sharing considerations.

Monitoring queue manager and performance events.

Training method

This hands-on workshop class has a considerable number of practical sessions throughout.

Duration

3 days.

Course leader

Koen De Backer, RSM Technology.

Reviews

     
goede cursus (, )
     
er werd teveel basis gegeven en te weinig z/OS informatie. Was van te voren vermeld dat de meesten al een tijd met Mq werkten (, )
     
Prima presentatie (, )
     
Goed, ik was blanco maar heb wel het idee dat ik het nu redelijk goed begrijp (, )
     
Goede cursus (, )
     
zeer informatief, helder en duidelijk gepresenteerd (, )
     
goede basis voor het werken met mq (, )
     
Veel te veel basis MQ. Had liever gezien dat er meer op Z/OS in gegaan was. (, )
     
Waardevol (, )

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