Better MQ z/OS Performance Through Understanding the Internals [z/OS]
Project and Program: Application Architecture Development and Integration
, MQ (Messaging and Queuing along with Integration Bus)
, SHARE Phoenix 2019
What goes on in that ‘black box’ known as the queue manager? In this session, the speaker will give you an insight into each of the major components of an IBM MQ for z/OS queue manager and channel initiator, the resources they use, and how MQ API requests are processed. Learn about transactions and other related concepts, including why they are so important and how they are managed. Get information on what the buffer manager is really doing with the messages, what the message manager is really counting, how the log manager works, and more.
Understanding the queue manager architecture provides useful insights for writing effective applications and administration when performance is of the upmost priority.-Lyn Elkins-IBM Corporation
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