IBM MQ administration for Linux, UNIX & Windows
On completing this course, attendees will be able to:
- plan a WebSphere MQ configuration;
- install WebSphere MQ as a server, client, or both;
- customize and administer a WebSphere MQ queue manager;
- use WebSphere MQ tools for monitoring queue usage;
- set up messaging channels and debug common channel problems;
- define MQ client connection;
- define criteria for deciding logging methods, file location and sizing;
- recover from media failures;
- set up and perform remote administration;
- explain the benefits of queue manager clusters, and create them.
Those who will administer WebSphere MQ queue managers on WebSphere MQ for Windows NT/2000, AIX/6000, Oracle Solaris, Linux and other distributed platforms, or those who already do so and wish to update their skills.
A conceptual knowledge of WebSphere MQ, such as might be gained from the course IBM MQ fundamentals course, plus six months' practical experience familiarity with MQSeries.
- WebSphere MQ overview (in UK only: complete introduction to WebSphere MQ)
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)
- WebSphere MQ installation and configuration
Pre-reqs and installable services; product installation; creating queue managers; creating queues; defining channels and client connections; setting triggers
- Using WebSphere MQ administration tools
MQSeries Explorer; Services Snap-in; clients and client channels; Windows Services and Event Logging
- Distributed queuing with WebSphere MQ
Remote queues and transmission queues; setting up, operating and testing MQ channels; debugging common channel problems
- Logging and recovery
Circular logs v linear logs; recovery operations
- WebSphere MQ clusters:
Benefits of clustering; Setup
- Remote administration
MQSeries command processor; web administration
Koen De Backer, RSM Technology.
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