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Author Redbooks, IBM
Title Highly Available WebSphere Business Integration Solutions
Imprint Durham : I B M, 2004
©2004
Descript 1 online resource (252 pages)
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Note Front cover -- Contents -- Notices -- Trademarks -- Preface -- The team that wrote this redbook -- Become a published author -- Comments welcome -- Chapter 1. Introduction to this IBM Redbook -- 1.1 Objective of this redbook -- 1.2 Structure of this redbook -- 1.3 Overview of the sample implementation -- Part 1 High availability and WebSphere Business Integration Architecture -- Chapter 2. Overview of high availability concepts -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Availability levels -- 2.3 Causes of downtime -- 2.4 The focus of this redbook -- 2.5 Clustering for high availability -- 2.6 Advantages of HA clustering technologies -- Chapter 3. Design considerations -- 3.1 IBM WebSphere Business Integration solution architecture -- 3.2 WebSphere Business Integration component dependencies -- 3.3 WebSphere MQ availability -- 3.3.1 Message availability -- 3.3.2 WebSphere MQ queue manager clustering -- 3.4 InterChange Server availability -- 3.5 Message Broker availability -- 3.6 HA cluster design -- 3.6.1 Highly available WebSphere MQ -- 3.6.2 Highly available Message Broker -- 3.6.3 Highly available InterChange Server -- 3.6.4 A few possible HA configurations -- 3.6.5 Setup1 -- 3.6.6 Setup2 -- 3.7 Capacity planning -- 3.8 Maintenance planning -- 3.8.1 Administration tasks -- 3.8.2 Adding and replacing hardware -- 3.8.3 Applying software upgrades and fixes -- 3.8.4 Deploying new interfaces -- 3.9 Performance -- 3.9.1 Minimize unmonitored downtime -- 3.9.2 Minimize failover time -- 3.9.3 General performance under HA -- Part 2 Developing and implementing a solution -- Chapter 4. Business scenario -- 4.1 Business challenge -- 4.2 Sample scenario -- 4.2.1 Scenario design -- 4.2.2 Description of the solution -- 4.2.3 Data store -- 4.2.4 WebSphere MQ connectivity -- Chapter 5. Implementing the solution -- 5.1 Cluster layout -- 5.2 Solution architecture
5.3 Preparing components for HA -- 5.3.1 Initial environment -- 5.3.2 Configuring WebSphere MQ -- 5.3.3 Configuring remote adapters -- 5.3.4 Configuring Active/Passive Message Broker -- 5.3.5 Configuring Active/Active Message Broker -- 5.3.6 Configure system manager to connect to remote InterChange Server -- 5.3.7 Configuring InterChange Server and WebSphere BI Adapters -- 5.3.8 Configuring the ORB -- 5.3.9 Shared disk layouts -- 5.4 HA monitoring, start, stop scripts -- 5.4.1 WebSphere MQ -- 5.4.2 Message Broker -- 5.4.3 Remote WebSphere Business Integration Adapters -- 5.4.4 InterChange Server and WebSphere BI Adapters -- 5.4.5 InterChange Server remote adapter resource group -- 5.5 System setup -- 5.5.1 Hardware -- 5.5.2 Software -- 5.6 Adding applications to HACMP control -- Chapter 6. Representative test plan -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Verify basic machine failover -- 6.3 Test WebSphere MQ and Message Broker failover -- 6.4 Test Message Broker adapter failover -- 6.5 Test InterChange Server and InterChange Server adapter failover -- Chapter 7. Testing and validation -- 7.1 WebSphere Business Integration HA sanity tests -- 7.1.1 Manual system start up tests -- 7.1.2 Verify WebSphere Business Integration HA configuration -- 7.2 WebSphere Business Integration Components under HACMP control -- 7.2.1 Automatic system startup/restart under HACMP control -- 7.2.2 Restart attempts setting -- 7.2.3 Failover -- 7.2.4 Fallback -- 7.3 Impact of component availability on flow integrity -- 7.3.1 InterChange Server resource group with local adapters -- 7.3.2 InterChange Server resource group with remote adapter -- 7.3.3 Remote agent configuration under HA -- 7.3.4 Message Broker resource group -- 7.3.5 Message Broker adapter resource group -- 7.3.6 Message Broker Active/Active setup -- Chapter 8. A few helpful tips -- 8.1 Introduction
8.2 General recommendations -- 8.3 InterChange Server -- 8.4 WebSphere Business Integration Adapters -- Part 3 Appendixes -- Appendix A. HA scripts -- WebSphere MQ scripts -- hacrtmqm -- hadltmqm -- halinkmqm -- hamqm_qm_directory -- hamqm_running -- hamqm_start -- hamqm_start_su -- hamqm_status -- hamqm_stop -- hamqm_stop_su -- WBI Message Broker -- hamqsicreatebroker -- hamqsiaddbrokerstandby -- hamqsideletebroker -- hamqsiremotebrokerstandy -- hamqsi_qm_datapath -- hamqsi_start_broker -- hamqsi_start_broker_as -- hamqsi_stop_broker -- hamqsi_stop_broker_as -- hamqm_lsnr_start -- hamqm_lsnr_start_su -- hamqm_lsnr_stop -- hamqm_lsnr_stop_su -- hamqsi_start_broker_as.MBBRK -- hamqsi_stop_broker_as.MBBRK -- hamqsi_start_broker_as.MB2BRK -- hamqsi_stop_broker_as.MBBRK -- hamqsi_monitor_broker_as -- hamqsi_applmon.MBBRK -- hamqsi_applmon.MB2BRK -- Message Broker adapter scripts -- remote_adapter_ha_monitor -- remote_adapter_ha_start -- remote_adapter_ha_stop -- remote_adapter_restart -- set_remote_adapter_variables -- InterChange Server scripts -- wics_ha_start -- wics_ha_stop -- wics_ha_monitor -- wics_orb_start -- wics_orb_stop -- wics_orb_test -- wics_orb_restart -- wics_mq_restart -- ics_restart -- wics_adapter_restart -- InterChange Server remote adapter scripts -- rmt_adap_ha_start -- rmt_adap_ha_stop -- rmt_adap_ha_monitor -- rmt_adap_restart -- rmt_mq_restart -- Appendix B. Additional material -- Locating the Web material -- Using the Web material -- System requirements for downloading the Web material -- How to use the Web material -- Abbreviations and acronyms -- Related publications -- IBM Redbooks -- Other publications -- Online resources -- How to get IBM Redbooks -- Help from IBM -- Index -- Back cover
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Redbooks, IBM Highly Available WebSphere Business Integration Solutions Durham : I B M,c2004 9780738491301
Subject Embedded computer systems.;Cryptography.;Computer security
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