IBM WebSphere MQ V7 Advanced System Administration for z/OSIBM
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- An 7 Standorten
Häufig gestellte Fragen
Before taking this course, students should:
- Have a working knowledge of WebSphere MQ V7 administration processes and procedures
- Complete course IBM WebSphere MQ V7 System Administration for z/OS (WM300) or (VM300), or have the skills necessary to perform basic WebSphere MQ V7 administration tasks in a z/OS environment
Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?
This 3.5 day instructor-led course teaches students some of the advanced skills required by system programmers and administrators of IBM WebSphere MQ for z/OS V7.
Through instructor-led lectures and hands-on lab exercises, students expand on the basic skills developed in course IBM WebSphere MQ V7 System Administration for z/OS (WM300) and (VM300), by learning how to configure and administer a network of WebSphere MQ systems on different platforms. This course focuses on advanced issues in WebSphere MQ communication when WebSphere MQ is running in a z/OS sysplex, such as the administration of the Queue Sharing Group function and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) support for TCP/IP channels. Additional topics include channel exit programming and the statistic and accounting facilities provided with IBM WebSphere MQ for z/OS V7.
The hands-on labs provided throughout the course enable students to gain practical experience working with advanced administration skills for WebSphere MQ V7 for z/OS. Topics covered include configuring security, defining Queue Sharing Groups, publish/subscribe administration, and gathering and analyzing statistics and accounting data for performance tuning.
Training Paths that reference this course are:
- System Administrator skills roadmap for WebSphere MQ V7
- Describe and use the Eclipse-based WebSphere MQ Configuration Tools (also known as MQ Explorer) to configure and administer queue managers on z/OS
- Design the use of SSL for securing TCP/IP channels, and set up the appropriate security definitions as well as the WebSphere MQ objects to which they refer
- Set up a queue sharing group (QSG) of queue managers in a z/OS sysplex environment and administer the QSG related resources, such as queues and channels
- Use the statistics and accounting facilities provided with WebSphere MQ for z/OS to optimize the use of system resources
- Describe what happens when channels are started and stopped and utilize the different options that are available for this purpose
- Describe how channels synchronize and commit their units of work
- Enable messages to flow between any two queue managers in a WebSphere MQ network through dedicated paths, as needed by network conditions or application requirements