IBM Integration Bus V10 Administrator’s Training

IBM Integration Bus V10

The aim of this training is to enable learners to be able to complete administration tasks, configure the product and troubleshoot problems.

40 Hrs


Through step-by-step instructions, this course teaches you about designing for high availability, balancing workload, tuning performance, governing policies, configuring security and getting the maximum value by harnessing key capabilities of the product.


Administrators and developers tasked with administering IBM Integration Bus will benefit from this course.

Course Prerequisites

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  • Hands-on working knowledge of Windows 7 or higher operating system is required. Knowledge of security protocols, data formats and integrating message-oriented middleware will help. Familiarity with IBM Integration Bus components will be helpful, though not essential.


After completing this course, you should be able to

  • manage and maintain an integration node
  • manage topics and subscriptions in publish/subscribe networks
  • identify and resolve deployment, development and runtime errors
  • administer IBM Integration Bus applications and components by using the command console or by using the web user interface
  • configure connections to IBM MQ for IBM Integration Bus to get receive messages from and transmit messages to local or remote message queues
  • specify workload management policies, adjust the speed at which IBM Integration Bus processes messages and define actions to be taken if preconfigured maximum message processing time is exceeded
  • establish client-server connectivity between an integration node and a database using Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) or Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) application programming interface (API)

Course Topics

Day 1
  • Course overview
  • What is covered
  • What is not covered
  • Planning installation
  • Planning high-level infrastructure
  • Addressing security issues
  • Post installation tasks
  • Installing fix packs and updates
  • Configuring brokers
  • Exercise: Integration node setup and customization
  • Configuring IBM MQ client connections
  • Exercise: Connecting to IBM MQ client
Day 2
  • Creation, control, deletion and maintenance of runtime objects
  • Exercise: Administering the IBM Integration Bus runtime objects
  • Planning for security
  • User Authentication
  • Database security
  • IBM MQ security
  • Exercise: Administering file-based authorization of users to an integration node
  • Exercise: Configuring queue-based security of users to an integration node
Day 3
  • Configuring a message flow security profile
  • Implementing web services security using user name tokens with policy sets
  • Exercise: Implementing web services and web services security
  • Troubleshooting and problem determination
  • Exercise: Using problem diagnosis tools
  • Exercise: Identifying runtime problems
Day 4
  • Analyzing and tuning message flow performance
  • Publish/subscribe concepts
  • Broker topology
  • Topics and subscription
  • Exercise: Viewing runtime statistics
  • Configuring instances for high availability
  • Configuring workload management policies by using a command console or the web user interface or IBM Integration API
  • Exercise: Administering workload management policies
Day 5
  • Recording, viewing and replaying event points in a message flow
  • Exercise: Recording and replaying message flow event points
  • Extending IBM Integration Bus capabilities in a distributed environment
  • Useful Links
  • How to get help
  • Key learnings and planning how participants can use the learnings