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Easy to understand, the structure is excellent. Liked that we did not flip the manual page one by one. I understood pretty much everything even thought I have not done this before. Great thanks!
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1. Title

  • Introduction to WebSphere MQ (INWMQ, 4 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Previous Java Development Experience

3. Target Audience

  • Java Developers who want to learn how to build messaging solutions for WebSphere MQ

4. Dates and Pricing

Sep 26 to Sep 29, 2017$3,900.00/person
Dec 5 to Dec 8, 2017$3,900.00/person

5. Outline

Module 1: The foundations of Messaging

Topic 1: The Need for Message Oriented Middleware

Topic 2: Asynchronous Messaging

Topic 3: Point to Point Messaging

Topic 4: Publish-Subscribe Messaging

Topic 5: Messaging in a Service Oriented Architecture

Module 2: Event Mechanisms

Topic 1: The Event Object

Topic 2: Event Listener Interface

Topic 3: The Event Source Object

Topic 4: The Event Receivers

Module 3: Introduction to WebSphere MQ

Topic 1: Overview of Messaging with WebSphere MQ

Topic 2: Asynchronous Messaging

Topic 3: WebSphere MQ Clients

Module 4: WebSphere MQ Topologies

Topic 1: Overview of Distributed Message Topologies

Topic 2: Hub and Spoke

Topic 3: Clustering

Module 5: Messages

Topic 1: The Message Descriptor

Topic 2: Message Properties

Topic 3: Message Data

Module 6: WebSphere MQ Objects

Topic 1: Queue Manager

Topic 2: Queues

Topic 3: Topic Objects

Topic 4: Channels

Module 7: Types of Queues

Topic 1: Local

Topic 2: Alias

Topic 3: Model

Topic 4: Remote

Topic 5: Repository

Module 8: The Programming Interfaces

Topic 1: The MQI

Topic 2: Working with JMS

Module 9: Configuration

Topic 1: Working with the Queue Manager

Topic 2: Managing Objects

Topic 3: Configuring Client/Server Connections

Topic 4: Configuring Connections between Queue Managers

Module 10: Performance

Topic 1: Reliability

Topic 2: Integrity

Topic 3: Availability

Topic 4: Security

Module 11: Management and Monitoring

Topic 1: Script Commands

Topic 2: Programmable Command Format

Topic 3: WebSphere MQ Explorer

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