29 May, 2015
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Audience

This course is for personnel who already have MQ experience, and who have to manage, maintain or install clustering in any environment.

Prerequisites

Before taking this course, students should have a good knowledge of MQ application concepts. Attending our MQ Programming course and one of our MQ administration courses, for z/OS or for LUW, is recommended.

Duration

1 day. Hands on.

This course is available on site only. Please call for details.

Course Objectives

This course provides a general overview of the clustering concepts, distributed queuing, cluster definition, balancing and maintenance necessary when using MQ clustering using either on the z/OS or LUW platform. It is delivered at V7 with previous release levels available on request.

Course Content

Introduction.
Clustering concepts.
Terms and terminology.
Repositories (Full and partial).
Channels.
Queue definition.
Joining, Leaving and Migrating.
Cluster problems including amqrfdm utility.
Workload balancing.
Overlapping.
Cluster design.
Security.

 

NOTE: IBM MQ was formally known as WebSphereMQ and is still sometimes referred to by this name.

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