Message Queue is an IBM Websphere product, Its task is to transport the data from one point to other. MQ administration consists of a different types of tools to perform different tasks. Performing a task depends on the whether you’re in the production or development environment. It’s platform independent, it supports more than 35 plus OS and for each OS there is different MQ software. Its enable an application to application communication facility irrespective of the place it resides. It transforms data in an efficient manner, but it doesn’t have any information regarding the content of the message. It consists of a standardized application interface that supports various programming languages.
|Course Name||MQ Admin Online Training|
|Contents||Fundamentals and Role of MQ Admin|
|Duration||30 Hours with Flexible timings|
|Delivery||Instructor Led-Live Online Training|
|Ideal For||Aspiring job seekers in the field of Administration/ Networking|
|Next Batch||Please visit the schedule section|
- Understand the complete view about the components of Websphere MQ.
- To understand the overall ideology of Websphere MQ.
- To understand the network deployment scenario.
- Know the key elements of Websphere MQ administration upon Z/OS.
- Installation and configuration of Websphere MQ.
- To explore messaging options in Websphere MQ.
- Working with embedded messaging scenarios.
- Also to find out the Websphere MQ and SSL product scenarios.
Prerequisites: Basic Knowledge of Websphere MQ Administration Tasks in a Distributed Environment, Basic Knowledge of TCP/IP Networking
MODULE 1: WEBSPHERE MESSAGE QUEUE 7.5 INTRODUCTION
TOPICS: What is Message Queue?, Types of Messages, What is a Message and Queue, Synchronous Vs Asynchronous, Message Access, Character Sets, Heterogeneous Systems, Messaging Models, Scalability, Transactions, High Availability
MODULE 2: INSTALLATION
TOPICS: Installation Overview, Product Directory Structure, Creating Users and Groups, Installing Server, Disk Space Requirements, Uninstalling Server, Supports Pacs
MODULE 3: QUEUE MANAGER
TOPICS: Creating Queue Manager, Stopping Queue Manager, Starting Queue Manager, Displaying Queue Manager Status, Deleting Queue Manager, Automatic Startup, Queue Manager Properties, Communicating Between Queue Manager
MODULE 4: QUEUE
TOPICS: Local Queue, Remote Queue, Transmission Queue, Model Queue, Queue Default Options, Alias Queue
MODULE 5: CHANNELS, LISTENERS & BINDINGS
TOPICS: Types of Channels, Listeners, Channel Triggering, Channel Pairing
MODULE 6: CLUSTERING
TOPICS: Advantages of Clustering, Clustering Best Practices, Cluster Repository, Remove Cluster Queue Manager from Cluster, Sending Message to a Cluster Queue, Cluster Work Load Balancing, High Availability Cluster
MODULE 7: PUBLISH SUBSCRIBE
TOPICS: Publication, Subscription Types, Local Publish Subscribe, Publish Subscribe Features, Distributed Publish Subscribe
MODULE 8: SECURITY
TOPICS: Security Objectives, General Security Principals, Achieving Security Objectives Thru WMQ, Channel Security With SSL, Channel Security With Channel Exits, Channel Authority Records
MODULE 9: CLIENT
TOPICS: Why MQ Client, MQ Channel Definition Table, MQ Client Configurations
MODULE 10: RESTORE, BACKUP, LOGGING AND TROUBLESHOOTING
TOPICS: Logging Configuration, Log Sizing, Types of Logging, Troubleshooting Steps, Log Archiving, Checkpoint Recovery, Backing Up MQ Configuration and Data
Fill Form and Open PDF
Fill Form and Open Video
TestimonialsWrite a Review
No review posted.