IBM MQ V9.1 System Administration

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Course codeZM156GSkill levelAdvanced
Duration5 daysDelivery typeClassroom
(Hands-on labs)
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This self-paced course with hands-on exercises is also available as classroom course IBM MQ V9.1 System Administration (WM156G).   This course teaches you how to customize, operate, administer, and monitor IBM MQ on-premises on distributed operating systems. The course covers configuration, day-to-day administration, problem recovery, security management, and performance monitoring. In addition to the recorded lectures, the hands-on exercises provide practical experience with distributed queuing, working with MQ clients, and implementing clusters, publish/subscribe messaging. You also learn how to implement authorization, authentication, and encryption, and you learn how to monitor performance. 


This course is designed for technical professionals who require the skills to administer IBM MQ.


Basic knowledge of IBM MQ concepts and features Some knowledge of TCP/IP configuration Basic experience with Windows 2016 system administration


After completing this course, you should be able to: Describe the IBM MQ deployment options Create and manage queue managers, queues, and channels Use the IBM MQ sample programs and utilities to test the IBM MQ network Configure distributed queuing Configure MQ client connections to a queue manager Define and administer a queue manager cluster Administer Java Message Service (JMS) in MQ Implement basic queue manager restart and recovery procedures Use IBM MQ troubleshooting tools to identify the cause of a problem in the IBM MQ network Manage IBM MQ security Monitor the activities and performance of an IBM MQ system

Key topics

Exercise 1: Getting started with IBM MQ Exercise 2: Working with IBM MQ administration tools Exercise 3: Implementing distributed queuing Exercise 4: Connecting an IBM MQ client Exercise 5: Implementing a basic cluster Exercise 6: Configuring publish/subscribe message queuing Exercise 7: Controlling access to IBM MQ Exercise 8: Securing channels with TLS Exercise 9: Implementing connection Exercise 10: Running an IBM MQ trace Exercise 11: Using a media image to restore a queue Exercise 12: Backing up and restoring IBM MQ object definitions Exercise 13: Monitoring IBM MQ for performance Exercise 14: Monitoring resources with the IBM MQ Console