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    IBM MQ Course Curriculum

    • Course Duration : 30 Hours
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    • Basic MQ Concepts
    • MQ Overview
    • Message Overview
    • MQ Installation
    • Migration
    • File System
    • MQ Objects
    • MQ Commands
    • MQI Calls
    • Run MQ SC Modes
    • Script Files Distributed Queue Management
    • Message Channels
    • Channel Life Cycle
    • Multi-hopping
    • Triggering Overview
    • Application Triggering
    • Trigger Monitors
    • Trigger Message
    • Initiation Queue
    • Logs, Logging and Trouble Shooting
    • Checkpoint
    • Media and Restart Recovery
    • Configuration Files Overview
    • Security and SSL Configuration
    • Clustering
    • Configuration Backup and Messages Backup
    • Dead Letter Handler Usage
    • UNIX Basic Commands
    • RPM Toll Usage
    • Basic FTP Commands
    • UNIX Server Connection Tools and Utilities
    • Monitoring Tools
    • Ticketing Tools

    Course Info

    Learn IBM MQ

    WebSphere MQ includes a alternative of APIs and supports the Java™ Message Service (JMS) API. WebSphere MQ is that the market-leading messaging integration middleware product. Originally introduced in 1993 (under the IBM MQSeries® name), WebSphere MQ provides associate degree an, reliable, scalable, secure, and superior transport mechanism to handle businesses property necessities.

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    • IBM WebSphere MQ has the following credentials and business recognition:
    • It is the most generally deployed messaging backbone, with over 10,000 customers exploitation the IBM messaging Backbone:
    • Over 90 % of Fortune 50 firms and of Fortune 10 corporations use the IBM electronic communication Backbone.
    • Over 80 % of world 25 corporations and 70 % of world ten companies use the IBM electronic communication Backbone.
    • It is entrusted with tens of billions of messages every day:
    • A government consumer sends 675 million messages per day.
    • A banking client handles over 213 million messages per day on IBM z/OS® alone.