Mission:Messaging, Migration, failover, and scaling in a WebSphere MQ cluster

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T.Rob Wyatt

Date archived: May 15, 2019 | First published: November 12, 2008

Certain aspects of service orientation are best served using an IBM® WebSphere® MQ cluster. The cluster provides the location independence, run time resolution of names, and concurrency required by SOA applications. For these reasons, adoption of SOA is driving migrations from point-to-point messaging networks to clustered environments. This article looks at how migration, failover, and the scaling of queue managers are affected in an SOA context. This content is part of the IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal.

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ArticleTitle=Mission:Messaging: Migration, failover, and scaling in a WebSphere MQ cluster