IBM WebSphere MQ Certification Training

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Duration :  30 Days

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The fundamental elements of IBM WebSphere MQ and the route messages take as they are transferred between apps. You also discover how managing topic-based publish/subscribe messaging, controlled file transfer, and cloud installations can be included in the administrative duties associated with IBM WebSphere MQ. An overview of IBM MQ’s support for security, publish/subscribe, high availability, administration, logging, auditing, controlled file transfer, MQTT, and cloud alternatives are among the topics covered.

IBM WebSphere MQ Training Course Syllabus

WebSphere Message Queue Introduction

✔ What is Message Queue
✔ What is a Message and Queue
✔ Types of Messages
✔ Synchronous Vs Asynchronous


✔ Installation Overview
✔ Creating Users and Groups
✔ Product Directory Structure
✔ Disk Space requirements
✔ Installing Server
✔ Supports Pacs
✔ Uninstalling Server
✔ Migration and Upgradation

Queue Manager

✔ Creating Queue Manager
✔ Starting Queue Manager
✔ Stopping Queue Manager
✔ Deleting Queue Manager
✔ Displaying Queue Manager Status
✔ Queue Manager Properties
✔ Automatic Startup
✔ Communicating between Queue Managers


✔ Introduction
✔ Local Queue
✔ Transmission Queue
✔ Remote Queue
✔ Alias Queue
✔ Model Queue
✔ Queue Default Options

Channels, Listeners & Bindings

✔ Introduction
✔ Listeners
✔ Types of Channels
✔ Channel Pairing
✔ Channel Triggering


✔ Introduction
✔ Channel Triggering
✔ Initiation Queues
✔ Trigger Event and Trigger Condition
✔ Application Triggering
✔ Trigger Monitor
✔ Process


✔ Introduction
✔ Advantages of Clustering
✔ Cluster Repository
✔ Clustering Best Practices
✔ Cluster Work Load Balancing
✔ Sending Message to a Cluster Queue
✔ Remove Cluster Queue Manager from Cluster
✔ High Availability Cluster


✔ Security Objectives
✔ Achieving Security Objectives thru WMQ
✔ General Security Principals
✔ Channel Security with SSL
✔ Channel Authority Records


✔ Why MQ Client
✔ MQ Client Configurations
✔ MQ Channel Definition Table

Logging, Troubleshooting, Backup and restore

✔ Introduction
✔ Types of Logging
✔ Logging Configuration
✔ Log sizing
✔ Log Archiving
✔ Troubleshooting Steps
✔ Backing up MQ Configuration and Data
✔ Checkpoint Recovery

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IBM WebSphere MQ Training FAQ'S

What is QueueManager in IBM WebSphere MQ? What does Queue Manager do?

A key element of WebSphere MQ or WMQ is QueueManager. The QueueManager is in charge of keeping track of messages, directing them to other Queue Managers within MQ, and communicating with external parties like Java programmes or other MQ clients.

What is Channel in IBM WebSphere MQ?

To communicate with other queue managers in WebSphere MQ or WMQ, queue managers use channels. In the MQ Series, channels are unidirectional and carry just one direction of traffic. In MQ, you can either have a transmitting channel or a receiving channel.

What is dead letter queue in IBM MQ Series?

In WebSphere MQ, a dead letter queue is a queue that QueueManager uses to archive messages for a nonexistent queue. Examples include QueueManager QMGR, which receives messages for queue ABC and routes them to the dead letter queue if queue ABC didn’t exist on that queue manager.

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What is SSLPEER in IBM Websphere MQ?

An additional intriguing and common WebSphere MQ interview question. If you linked MQ through SSL, you could easily respond to this MQ query. Typically used as the DN (Distinguished Name) of the MQ Client while securely connecting to QueueManager via QueueManager, SSLPEER is a String. This system is how WMQ recognizes its customers. SSLPEER is the DN of the client certificate saved in the keyStore and sent to the server during the SSL handshake in the case of Java or JMS clients.

What is difference between binding connection and client Connection?

Although not typical or usually asked in MQ Interviews, this question is useful to know. When MQ clients are placed on the same physical server as QueueManager, binding connections can be made more quickly than client connections, which are often made by MQ clients located on the same network but not the same host. The majority of applications connect to QueueMangaer using MQ client connections, which are quick and adaptable.


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