WebSphere MQ Queue Sharing Group in a Parallel Sysplex environment

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WebSphere MQ Queue Sharing Group in a Parallel Sysplex environment

Table of contents

A short introduction to WebSphere MQ
A stand-alone queue manager
Queue managers in a queue-sharing group
Coupling Facility list structures
Channel Initiators in a queue-sharing group
Intra-group queuing
Benefits of configuring queue managers in a QSG
Issues to consider before proceeding to exploit QSGs and shared queues
How applications can exploit WebSphere MQ shared queues
Migration Considerations


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