6 edition of Distributed computing with IBM MQseries found in the catalog.
|Statement||Len Gilman, Richard Schreiber.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.9.D5 G515 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 283 p. :|
|Number of Pages||283|
|LC Control Number||96022389|
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Distributed Computing with IBM MQSeries is the first book to approach MQSeries implementation from a business/management perspective.
Throughout, the emphasis is on using MQSeries messaging and queuing software to solve current and future business problems. Len Gilman and Richard Schreiber introduce you to MQSeries architecture, features Cited by: Distributed computing with IBM MQseries. New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Leonard Gilman; Richard Schreiber.
Distributed Computing with IBM MQSeries. Abstract. From the Publisher: This book describes how to use the MQSeries to successfully develop and manage distributed business applications. After outlining the architecture, features, and functions of MQSeries, authors Scheiver and Gilman show how to get started with MQ, how to manage an MQ.
Distributed Computing with IBM MQSeries is the first book to approach MQSeries implementation from a business/management perspective. Throughout, the emphasis is on using MQSeries messaging and queuing software to solve current and future business problems. From the Publisher: This book describes how to use the MQSeries Distributed computing with IBM MQseries book successfully develop and manage distributed business applications.
After outlining the architecture, features, and functions of MQSeries, authors Scheiver and Gilman show how to get started with MQ, how to manage an MQ-based system, and how to use MQ to solve business by: IBM MQ provides a universal messaging backbone with robust connectivity for flexible and reliable messaging for applications and the integration of existing IT assets using a service-oriented architecture (SOA).
IBM MQ sends and receives data between your applications, and over networks.; Message delivery is assured and decoupled from the application. Assured, because IBM MQ exchanges. This IBM Redbooks publication will help you get started with MQSeries for VSE V2R It explores why and how to use MQSeries with the VSE operating system and shows why MQSeries is more than just another queuing system.
This book is meant for those who know VSE but have only a slight understanding of MQSeries and how to use it. IBM MQ enhances connectivity, simplifies resilience, and is perfectly suited for distributed and diverse computational architectures. Unlike most messaging solutions, IBM MQ can be used to ensure once (and once only) delivery.
Others offer at most once or at least once only, introducing the potential for message loss or duplication. This IBM® Redbooks® publication describes IBM TXSeries® for Multiplatforms, which is the premier IBM distributed transaction processing software for business-critical applications.
Before describing distributed transaction processing in general, we introduce the most recent version of TXSeries for Multiplatforms.
An IBM specialist spends a week, or longer, working with the customer's technical and programming staff to increase productivity and accelerate implementation of IBM MQSeries licensed software in the customer business environment.
IBM SmoothStart service is available for all IBM MQSeries platforms and provides the following. Q:Routing tables in IBM MQSeries, and in many other message-queuing systems, are configured manually. Describe a simple way to do this automati- cally.
A:The simplest implementation is to have a centralized component in which the topology of the queuing network is maintained.
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