The foundational knowledge for the position of an IBM z/OS System Programmer and System Administrator begins with this third and final course in the three course professional certificate track. This course provides hands-on labs to everyday z/OS tasks with JCL, JES, ISHELL and HFS, and z/OSMF. Topics covered include VSAM, z/OS System Libraries, the Language Environment, Generation Data Groups, RAIM, DB2, UNIX System Services, and USS File System.
This course is part of the IBM z/OS Mainframe Practitioner Professional Certificate
About this Course
What you will learn
Explain how to submit and view JCL output
Describe the use of applications such as CICS, IMS, and DB2 on z/OS
Summarize the application services provided in UNIX
Describe the purpose, benefits, and functions provided by z/OSMF
Skills you will gain
- System Programming
- System Administration
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Introduction to JES and JCL
System Programming Components
z/OSMF and UNIX System Services
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TOP REVIEWS FROM BASIC SYSTEM PROGRAMMING ON IBM Z
Very well presented and a good selection of areas to start with. And fun!
Interesting and fun set of courses. A good refresher for someone who used to work in mainframes earlier operating systems, such as MVS.
It was good except i totally lost in several exercise. I would recommend you to have few more videos with process.
Easy to follow/read material.
All material is relevant when working the technical side of mainframe.
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