Messaging Solutions in a Linux Environment

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on 11 August 2005

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ISBN-10: 0738493570
ISBN-13: 9780738493572
IBM Form #: SG24-6336-00


Authors: Geert Van de Putte, Geetha Adinarayan, Robert Haddon, Brian McCarty, Mira Peltomaki and Oliver Quixchan

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    Abstract

    Recently, the adoption of Linux as a platform for business-critical applications has increased significantly. This evolution has also introduced requirements and technologies that were previously not seen in a Linux environment. Messaging and integration products, such as WebSphere MQ and WebSphere BI Message Broker, can now be used on Linux to solve integration problems that include Linux platforms.

    This IBM Redbooks publication starts with an introduction of messaging and integration technologies to Linux users. It also introduces the world of Linux to people that are familiar with messaging and integration technologies on other platforms.

    This book ends with a discussion of a few monitoring techniques that can be implemented in a Linux environment, so that a messaging solution can be monitored.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Introduction to Linux and messaging

    Chapter 2. Linux systems and advanced technologies

    Chapter 3. Implementing HA queue managers: Part 1

    Chapter 4. Implementing HA queue managers: Part 2

    Chapter 5. Implementing HA queue managers: Part 3

    Chapter 6. Using WebSphere MQ clustering

    Chapter 7. Implementing highly available brokers

    Chapter 8. Managing a distributed Linux messaging infrastructure

    Appendix A. Hardware and software configuration

    Appendix B. Using external SCSI storage enclosure with Linux

    Appendix C. Configuring a FAStT200 disk system for Linux

    Appendix D. Additional material

     

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