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12622: Are You Running Too Many Queue Managers or Brokers? [z/OS & Distributed]

Friday, February 8, 2013: 8:00 AM-9:00 AM
Golden Gate 2, Lobby Level (San Francisco Hilton)
Speakers: Ralph Bateman(IBM Corporation) and Dave Gorman(IBM Corporation)
  • Are you running too many QMGRs and Brokers (966.5 kB)
  • WebSphere MQ queue managers and brokers are designed to be shared resources, utilised by multiple different applications. It is not uncommon for us to see users providing a brand new queue manager or broker for every new application. This session intends to answer that question once and for all, and also strives to answer the question, when DO I need a new queue manager/broker? As well as the high level question of when you need a complete new queue manager/broker it will also look into when you need the resources contained within such as queues, channels, logs and execution groups.

    Tracks: Linux Systems Management, Middleware, Software Architecture and z/OS Systems Programming
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