Web Sphere Application Server, MQ & Broker Training with Material (3 Weeks)

MQ -: 1 Week

Web Sphere MQ, which is often referred to simply as “MQ” by users, is IBM’s Message Oriented Middleware offering. It allows independent and potentially non-concurrent applications on a distributed system to communicate with each other.

  • What is MQ?
  • Purpose/Use of MQ
  • MQ Installation
  • MQ QMGR’s
  • MQ Explorer
  • MQ Clients
  • MQ Objects
    • Listeners
    • Queues
    • Channels
  • MQ Cluster
  • MQ Cluster Name List
  • Put/Get Messages to MQ
  • Topic/Subscription
  • MQ Backup
  • MQ QMGR Restore
  • Transferring Messages within MQ
  • Creating JMS connection factories to connect to MQ
  • MQ Tuning Parameters
  • Opening a ticket with IBM
  • MQ Troubleshooting

Message Broker -: 1 Week

Web Sphere Message Broker (WMB) is IBM’s integration broker from the Web Sphere product family that allows business information to flow between disparate applications across multiple hardware and software platforms. Rules can be applied to the data flowing through the message broker to route and transform the information. The product is an Enterprise Service Bus providing connectivity between applications and services in a Service Oriented Architecture.

  • What is Message Broker?
  • Purpose/Use of Message Broker
  • Message Broker Installation
  • Creating & Maintaining Brokers
  • Creating & Maintaining Configuration Managers
  • Broker Deployments
  • MQSI commands
  • Message Broker Explorer
  • Message Broker Toolkit

Web Sphere Application Server -: 1 Week

IBM Web Sphere Application Server offers options for a faster, more flexible Java application server runtime environment with enhanced reliability and resiliency. It supports single server environments and medium-sized configurations, as well as dynamic web applications requiring web tier clustering over multiple application server instances.

  • What is Web Sphere Application server?
  • Installing your application serving environment
  • Setting up the application serving environment
  • Setting up intermediary services
  • Administering applications and their environment
  • Scripting the application serving environment (wsadmin)
  • Establishing high availability
  • Securing applications and their environment
  • Developing and deploying applications
  • Monitoring
  • Tuning performance
  • Troubleshooting and support