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Road Map of IBM MQ

Road Map of IBM MQ IBM MQ 9.2 LTS Automatic balancing of a pool of connected applications across a set available Queue managers Uniform clusters: Uniform clusters are a specific pattern of an IBM MQ cluster that provides applications with a highly available and horizontally scaled collection of queue managers. When an application interacts with…

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IBM MQ clustering

IBM MQ clustering Clustering is a way to logically group WebSphere MQ queue managers. Benefits: 1. Increased availability and workload balancing. 2. Reduced system administration due to fewer channel, remote queue, and transmission queue definitions. Components Involved: Software: IBM MQ V 7.0 and above Cluster repository: A repository is a collection of information about the queue managers…

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IBM Message Queue: Gateway

IBM Message Queue: Gateway Gateway queue managers between clusters is used to monitor the multiple Clusters and to send the messages for multiple Clusters through the Gateway so that it Avoids the build of Point to Point Channels. By creating the gateway the data will be copied to the Queue Managers of different cluster in…

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IBM MQ: Publish/Subscribe Messaging

IBM MQ: Publish/Subscribe Messaging Public Subscription in clustering is used to distribute the messages automatically to the Subscribers of different clusters when a message is initiated in Topic. Create the Queue Managers and Local Queues on each cluster and function of all the clusters should take care of Full Repository ‘s and define the topic…

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IBM MQ distributed queueing

IBM MQ distributed queueing Distributed queue management (DQM) is used to define and control communication between queue managers. Benefits of Distributed queue management : • Enables you to define and control communication channels between queue managers • Provides you with a message channel service to move messages from a type of local queue, known as…

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MQ multi instance queueing

MQ multi instance queueing Multi-instance queue managers are instances of the same queue manager configured on different servers. Benefits of Multi-instance Queueing: 1. 1. One instance of the queue manager is defined as the active instance and another instance is defined as the standby instance. 2. 2. If the active instance fails, the multi-instance queue…