Learning material for messaging in general. Get a good understanding of messaging in order to build application logic with messaging solutions
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IBM MQ v9.0 certification
Resources to prepare yourself for the IBM Certified Administrator – IBM MQ v9.0 certification exam.
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In a point-to-point paradigm data is being transferred from one application to another. The logical link is performed by the message-oriented middleware between two applications only, as presented in the image below: the sender and the receiver Point to point transmissions with IBM MQ imply the necessity of the following logical objects: At source A Read more about Point to point transmissions with IBM MQ[…]
Queue-based transmissions also known as messaging, middleware messaging or asynchronous messaging, can be understood as an architecture of a distributed system where it represents the middle layer. They are being employed as a complete and secure solution for transferring data in a fast and smooth manner between different components of a system, that will further Read more about IBM MQ fundamentals – Part I[…]
Messaging is all about the transmission of data. Period. Asynchronous messaging is a data transmission method where the system places a message onto a message queue and does not require an immediate response. This term is also known as message-oriented middleware and it is generally known as messaging, since other types of data transfer are referred to Read more about Asynchronous messaging[…]
Message-oriented middleware is a software or hardware infrastructure that uses message exchange instead of shared memory. It is, without any doubt, the most reliable and useful concept in terms of data exchange in high performance and sensitive systems. Message-oriented middleware, M.O.M. or just messaging, can be understood as an architecture of a distributed system, where Read more about Message-oriented middleware and messaging: a brief introduction[…]
IBM MQ is a family of network software products that IBM launched for the first time as an IBM product in December 1993. It was originally called MQSeries, and was renamed WebSphere MQ in 2002 to join the suite of WebSphere products. In April 2014, it was renamed IBM MQ. The products that are included Read more about IBM MQ[…]