The use of Shared Queues on zOS provides which of the following high

The use of shared queues on zos provides which of the

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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
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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?
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