WebSphere MQ Series

IBM WebSphere MQ Series Training in chennai

 - The WebSphere Application Server drives business agility by providing millions of developers and IT Architects with an innovative, performance-based foundation to build, reuse, run, integrate and manage Service Oriented Architecture (SOAs) applications and services. From business critical and key enterprise-wide applications to the smallest departmental level applications, WebSphere Application Server offers the highest levels of reliability, availability, security and scalability.

Course Content:

Unit 1.A review of WebSphere MQ

Unit 2.Installation and configuration of WebSphere MQ on windows and UNIX

  • 2.1 Plan a WebSphere MQ implementation
  • 2.2 Installation procedures
  • 2.3 Creating,starting,stoping a queue manager
  • 2.4 Sample

Unit 3. Using MQSC commands to administer WebSphere MQ

Unit 4. Using the WebSphere MQ Explorer

  • 4.1.Introduction to WebSphere MQ Explorer
  • 4.2 Queue display features
  • 4.3 Eclipse features
  • 4.4 Queue manager administration
  • 4.5 New facilities in WebSphere MQ V7

Unit 5. Introduction to the Message Queue Interface(MQI)

Unit 6. Triggering concepts

Unit 7.WebSphere MQ internals

  • 7.1. Components and structures
  • 7.2. Directory structures
  • 7.3. Configuration files
  • 7.4. Stopping and removing a QMGR manually

Unit 8. Message integrity

  • 8.1.Linear and circular logging
  • 8.2.object recovery
  • 8.3.Syncpoint processing

Unit 9. Distributed queuing

  • 9.1.Distributed queuing
  • 9.2.Channel definition
  • 9.3.Channel management
  • 9.4.Remote queues
  • 9.5.Data conversion considerations

Unit 10.Dead letter queues

Unit 11.Queue manager clustering

  • 11.1. Cluster overview
  • 11.2.Cluster setup
  • 11.3.Cluster administration
  • 11.4.Worklaod management

Unit 12.WebSphere MQ security with OAM

  • 12.1.Security overview
  • 12.2.OAM utilities
  • 12.3.Message context
  • 12.4. WebSphere MQ SSL support
  • 12.5.Public/subscribe security

Unit 13. WebSphere MQ clients

  • 13.1.Client overview and installation
  • 13.2.Client definition methodologies
  • 13.3.Application development implications
  • 13.4.WebSphere MQ client security considerations

Unit 14. SupportPacs,interfaces,and bridges

  • 14.1.SupportPacs
  • 14.2.interfaces and bridges to other software products

Unit 15.WebSphere MQ high availablity

  • 15.1.High availability overview
  • 15.2.WebSphere MQ HA strategies topic objectives
  • 15.3.Platform technologies

Unit 16.Backup and restore of WebSphere MQ object definitions

  • 16.1.File system backup and restore
  • 16.2.Object definition backup and restore
  • 16.3.Security definition backup and restore

Unit 17.Message tracking

  • 17.1.Lost messages
  • 17.2.Activity tracing

Unit 18.Using traces,error logs and failure data capture files

Unit 19.Introduction to WebSphere MQ publish/subscribe

Unit 20.JMS administration

  • 20.1.JMS overview
  • 20.2.JMS administration facilities

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