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IBM WebSphere Education

http://www.ibm.com/websphere/education


Contact us at: websphere_skills@us.ibm.com







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Course
d
escription

This

3
-
day instructor
-
led

c
ourse

teach
es
administrator
s

and
z
Series

systems programmers
the skills they need to administer
IBM WebSphere Message Broker V6
on
the
z
Series

platform
.

Students create, configure
,

and deploy message flows utilizing
the Eclipse based broker toolkit. Student teams also install and test plug
-
in enhancements
that

extend the capabilities of the
IBM W
ebSphere Message Broker product.


General
i
nformation

D
elivery method:

Classroom



Audience:


This course is designed for

administrators

and
system programmers

who work with WebSphere




Message Broker

V6
.


Learning objectives
:

After completing this cour
se, students should be able to:



Describe the architecture of IBM WebSphere Message Broker

V6



Provide a detailed description of the major functions of a
z
Series

broker



Provide an overview of UNIX System Services (USS) and explain its role in the
M
essage
B
ro
ker for
z
Series

environment



Explain the steps necessary to plan the installation of

IBM
WebSphere Message Broker

V6

on
z
Series
, including the necessary hard
ware and software prerequisites



Describe
the steps
necessary to set up IBM WebSphere Message Broker

V6

on
z
Series



Explain in detail the customization and tailoring required to configure a broker, a configuration
manager
,

and optionally a user name server on
z
Series



Use the
necessary
tools to successfully operate a message broker, including utilities

and
problem determination aids



Define basic

backup and recovery procedures



Use the message broker workbench
to perform administrative tasks


Prerequisites:


Th
is
course assumes
knowledge

of
IBM
WebSphere MQ

on
z
Series
.
Students
should also be

reasonably
famil
iar

with

the operating system environment
and
should
be able to invoke simple

function
s

within
that
environment
during

the
hands
-
on
exercises. A basic
knowledge of
Interactive

System Productivity Facility (
ISPF
)
,
Time Sharing Option (
TSO
)
,

System Displa
y and Search

Facility (
SDSF
)
, and UNIX

System Services (USS)

is
advantageous.








Duration:


3

days



Notes


Course
a
genda


Module 1.

Welcome

Learning
o
bjectives:

After completing this module, students should be able to:



Describe the
course objectives and agen
da



IBM WebSphere Education

http://www.ibm.com/websphere/education


Contact us at: websphere_skills@us.ibm.com



Describe the course prerequisites



Explain what is not taught in the course

Exercises:

None



Module 2.

Introduction

Learning
o
bjectives:

After completing this module, students should be able to:



Describe the major functions of IBM WebSphere Message Broker



Pro
vide an overview of the message broker architecture



Explain
what
UNIX System Services

are

and

describe

th
eir use within WebSphere
Message Broker for
z
Series

Exercises:

None


Module 3.

Installation


Learning
o
bjectives:

After completing this module, students shou
ld be able to:



List the prerequisites
needed
on Windows and the
z
Series

platform in order to
successfully install WebSphere Message Broker V6.0



Describe the need

for

a naming standard for W
ebSphere
M
essage
B
roker

V 6.0 on
z
Series



Formulate a naming standar
d for WebSphere Message Broker V 6.0 on
z
Series



Describe the Automatic Restart Manager (ARM) facility and how use it with
W
ebSphere
M
essage
B
roker

V6.0

Exercises:



Planning check



Setting up the IBM WebSphere Message Broker V6
.0

product



Module 4.

Component customi
zation


Learning
o
bjectives:

After completing this module, students should be able to:



Describe the
roles of
the various component
-
specific file systems

during

customization
and run

time



Install and configure W
ebSphere
M
essage
B
roker

components



Explain th
e concept of component authorities

Exercises:



Customizing a broker on
z
Series



Module 5.

Introduction to the
W
orkbench


Learning
o
bjectives:

After completing this module, students should be able to:



Describe the major components of the Workbench



Explain

how the
Workbench is integrated with the broker and Configuration Manager



Describe how to perform main functions, such as perspective navigation

Exercises:

None



Module 6.

Administration


Learning
o
bjectives:

After completing this module, students should be able to:



Des
cribe the W
ebSphere
M
essage
B
roker

V6
.0

administration model



Describe various methods of adminis
tering WebSphere Message Broker



IBM WebSphere Education

http://www.ibm.com/websphere/education


Contact us at: websphere_skills@us.ibm.com



Explain

the function of the various administration commands

Exercises:



A simple message flow



Administration on
z
Series



Module 7.

Backu
p and recovery

Learning
o
bjectives:

After completing this module, students should be able to:



Describe critical components on
both
Windows
and
z
Series
platform
s that should be
backed up




Identify and back up critical resources



Plan recovery scenarios and

procedures

Exercises:

None



Module 8.

Problem determination

Learning
o
bjectives:

After completing this module, students should be able to:



Resolve

simple
installation and runtime
problems with the help of the W
ebSphere
M
essage
B
roker

Problem Determination Guid
e



Obtain a dump with the help of the Problem Determination Guide and
z
Series

manuals



Gather the appropriate documentation for IBM support, if necessary

Exercises:



Setting up and running user traces



Module 9.

Plug
-
ins

Learning
o
bjectives:

After completing this
module, students should be able to:



Define user
-
defined extensions (UDEs)



Explain
the need for user
-
defined extensions



Describe the process for installing IBM WebSphere Message Broker V6
.0

extensions

Exercises:



Adding a plug
-
in node



Delet
ing

a broker (opt
ional)