Question: 91 The use of Shared Queues on z/OS provides which of the following high availability benefits that are not available on distributed platforms? A. A platform-based failover capability to provide access to queue data for processing. B. The ability to have another queue manager process messages in the event a primary queue manager fails. C. Workload balancing to allow for multiple MQ Enabled applications to process messages in a dual production lane configuration. D. In the event of a queue manager failure, the ability of one of its peers to provide uninterrupted service to the queues that the failed queue manager had been processing. Answer: D Question: 92 A solution designer is looking to implement a highly available WebSphere MQ solution. In the 25event of a queue manager failure, there is a requirement for several backup queue managers to get and process the messages from the primary input queue that was being processed by the
failed queue manager. Considering the advances in high availability options (e.g. HACMP, WebSphere MQ clustering), which of the following deployment options is most valid? Question: 93 Which of the following contains the best mix of items to utilize in a queue name?