07 Sep 2021

IBM Spectrum Protect Plus 10.1.4 – Implementation and Administration – TSP11G CR

Short Summary


In this two-day course, you learn how to install, configure and administer IBM Spectrum Protect Plus v10.1.4.

 

Details


Course Code: TSP11G

Brand: Storage Software Technical Enablement

Category: Systems

Skill Level: Basic

Duration: 16.00H

Modality: CR

 

Audience


Anyone who would like to protect virtual, physical, application and cloud data.

 

Prerequisites


• Experience with protecting applications and virtual machines

• A basic understanding of IBM Spectrum Protect

• Familiarity with Windows and Linux operating systems

 

Overview


In this two-day course, you learn how to install, configure and administer IBM Spectrum Protect Plus v10.1.4. You begin with a review of the software capabilities, requirements, and architecture. Then, through lecture and hands-on labs, you learn how to perform the various tasks required to configure the environment on an installed virtual appliance. You customize SLA policy, and make use of available options to protect virtual machines and applications, as well as the IBM Spectrum Protect Plus catalog. You monitor and manage jobs, plan and prepare for disaster recovery, generate and view log files, and create custom reports.

 

Topic


• Class Opening – Course introduction

• Unit 1: IBM Spectrum Protect Plus introduction
> Exercises: Overview and Architecture

• Unit 2: Installation and configuration
> Exercises: Installation and configuration

• Unit 3: Data protection for virtual machines
> Exercises: Protecting virtual machines

• Unit 4: Data protection for applications
> Exercises: Protecting applications

• Unit 5: Replication and disaster recovery
> Exercises: Disaster Recovery

• Unit 6: Daily operations, reporting, and maintenance
> Exercises: Operations and troubleshooting

• Class closing & evaluations

 

Objectives


• Describe features and functions, and use the sizer tool
• Install and configure the server, vSnap, VADP proxy, and configure SLA Policy
• Protect and recover virtual machines and applications
• Configure replication for protecting data in vSnap storage
• Offload data for disaster recovery and long-term retention
• Maintain the environment, work with logs, and create custom reports

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07 Sep 2021

IBM Spectrum Protect Plus 10.1.6 – Implementation and Administration – TSP12G CR

Short Summary


In this three-day course, you learn how to install, configure and administer IBM Spectrum Protect Plus v10.1.6

 

Details


Course Code: TSP12G

Brand: Storage Software Technical Enablement

Category: Systems

Skill Level: Basic

Duration: 24.00H

Modality: CR

 

Audience


Implementers and administrators who are protecting virtual environments and applications

 

Prerequisites


  • Windows and Linux system administration
  • Storage concepts

 

Overview


In this three-day course, you learn how to install, configure and administer IBM Spectrum Protect Plus v10.1.6. You begin with a review of the software capabilities, requirements, and architecture. Then, through lecture and hands-on labs, you learn how to perform the various tasks required to configure the environment on an installed virtual appliance. You customize SLA policies and make use of available options to protect virtual machines and applications, as well as the IBM Spectrum Protect Plus catalog. You monitor and manage jobs, plan and prepare for disaster recovery, view log files, and create custom reports.

 

Topic


  • Unit 1: IBM Spectrum Protect Plus introduction
  • Unit 2: Installation and configuration
  • Unit 3: Data protection for virtual machines
  • Unit 4: Application protection
  • Unit 5: Container protection and EC2 snapshots
  • Unit 6: Disaster recovery and long-term retention
  • Unit 7: Operations and troubleshooting

 

Objectives


  • Describe features and functions, and use the sizer tool
  • Install and configure the server, vSnap, VADP proxy, and configure SLA Policies
  • Protect hypervisors and their virtual machines
  • Protect applications and databases
  • Protect data in containers and on physical systems
  • Copy data for long-term retention and disaster recovery
  • Manage daily operations and troubleshooting
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07 Sep 2021

IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.2 Implementation and Administration – TS616G CR, ILO

Short Summary


IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.2 is a data backup and recovery solution designed to help you manage your data.

 

Details


Course Code: TS616G

Brand: Storage Software Technical Enablement

Category: Systems

Skill Level: Intermediate

Duration: 40.00H

Modality: CR,ILO

 

Audience


This lecture and exercise based course is for implementers and administrators who are new to IBM Spectrum Protect data management.

 

Prerequisites


Can you answer yes to these two statements?

  1. Experience navigating Windows 2012
  2. A basic understanding of concepts regarding client/server relationships

You may wish to take Introduction to Storage prior to this class.

o Introduction to Storage (SS01G) or

o Foundations of Storage (SS00DG) – (Web)

More information is available at www.ibm.com/training

 

Overview


IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.2 is a data backup and recovery solution designed to help you manage your data retention, reduce the cost of storage, and provide appropriate recovery point objectives
to meet any service level agreement. IBM Spectrum Protect offers improved efficiency and flexibility using object – based data management and policy driven retention.

This five day course will focus on implementation and basic administration of a IBM Spectrum Protect environment. The hands – on lab exercises are performed on a Windows 2012
environment. The course materials include examples of AIX and Linux commands, when different from Windows.

Topic


o Day 1

Unit 1: Components and concepts lecture
Unit 1: Components and concepts exercise
Unit 2: Installation and configuration lecture
Unit 2: Installation and configuration exercise

o Day 2

Unit 3: Interfaces and monitoring lecture
Unit 3: Interfaces and monitoring exercise
Unit 4: Storage pools and devices lecture
Unit 4: Storage pools and devices exercise
Unit 5: Policy management, data movement, and exploration lecture

o Day 3

Unit 5: Policy management, data movement, and exploration exercise
Unit 6: Server database and storage pool management lecture
Unit 6: Server database and storage pool management exercise
Unit 7: Client configuration lecture

o Day 4

Unit 7: Client configuration exercise
Unit 8: Client data protection lecture
Unit 8: Client data protection exercise
Unit 9: Daily operations and maintenance lecture

o Day 5

Unit 9: Daily operations and maintenance exercise
Unit 10: Schedules and reports lecture
Unit 10: Schedules and reports exercise

 

Objectives


After completing this course, you should be able to:fter completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Describe the purpose of IBM Spectrum Protect
  • Install and configure the IBM Spectrum Protect components
  • Use the administrative and client interfaces
  • Discuss storage methodology options and create storage pool
  • Customize data movement and retention policies to meet business requirements
  • Configure the IBM Spectrum Protect database and storage pools for protection
  • Optimize client configuration
  • Perform backup, restore, archive and retrieve operations
  • Organize daily tasks required to protect the IBM Spectrum Protect environment
  • Automate and monitor client and administrative tasks and events
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07 Sep 2021

IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.11 Advanced Administration, Tuning, and Troubleshooting – TS628G CR,ILO

Short Summary


IBM Spectrum Protect is a data backup and recovery solution designed to help you manage your data retention, reduce the cost of storage, and provide appropriate recovery point objectives.

 

Details


Course Code: TS628G

Brand: Storage Software Technical Enablement

Category: Systems

Skill Level: Advanced

Duration: 40.00H

Modality: CR,ILO

 

Audience


Implementers and administrators who have experience with IBM Spectrum Protect.

 

Prerequisites


You should be able to perform the following skills managing an IBM Spectrum Protect environment before taking this course:

  • Experience navigating Windows Server 2016 Standard.
  • IBM Spectrum Protect (or IBM Tivoli Storage Manager) hands-on experience
  • IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.9, Implementation and Administration course (course code: TS618G) or equivalent skills
  • Explain the features of IBM Spectrum Protect.
  • Describe the concept of cloud storage.
  • Install IBM Spectrum Protect server, backup-archive client, and Operations Center.
  • Navigate the administrative interfaces.
  • Manage the IBM Spectrum Protect database and recovery log.
  • Create and manage storage pools and storage pool volumes.
  • Explain the concepts of attaching and preparing a media library.
  • Define a management policy to meet business requirements.
  • Configure and manage client options.
  • Backup, restore, archive, and retrieve client data.
  • Protect the IBM Spectrum Protect database and storage pools.
  • Schedule administrative tasks.
  • Monitor server and client messages and events.

 

Overview


IBM Spectrum Protect, formerly known as IBM Tivoli Storage Manager, is a data backup and recovery solution designed to help you manage your data retention, reduce the cost of storage, and provide appropriate recovery point objectives to meet any service level agreement. IBM Spectrum Protect offers improved efficiency and flexibility using object-based data management, policy-driven retention, and an easy to use interface, the Operations Center.

In this advanced-level course, you streamline your daily operations with the latest features, such as using Retention Sets for data retention, and using the Web Client 2.0 to restore data. You use the Operations Center and administrative command line to manage multiple IBM Spectrum Protect servers and nodes. This course also includes scripting, performance tuning, restoring the database and storage, and an overview of integration with IBM Spectrum Protect Plus 10.1.6. The hands-on exercises are performed on two Windows 2016 R2 virtual machines.

This course is the second in a two-course series. It is for storage administrators familiar with the daily management of IBM Spectrum Protect, and focuses on the latest features, such as container pool storage. Basic concepts and installation are not covered in this course. TS618G, the first course in the series, IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.9 Implementation and Administration, covers basic administration and installation.

 

Topic


Unit 1 The IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.11 environment

Unit 2 Storage pool management overview

Unit 3 Multi- server management

Unit 4 Recovery and long-term retention

Unit 5 Client functions and management

Unit 6 Daily maintenance and monitoring

Unit 7 Automation and scripting

Unit 8 Tuning the server and client for optimization

Unit 9 Troubleshooting and recovery

Unit 10 IBM Spectrum Protect additional products

 

Objectives


After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Describe a multi-server IBM Spectrum Protect storage environment.
  • Manage storage containers and traditional storage pools.
  • Configure a multi-server environment.
  • Improve data protection and recovery with replication.
  • Enable advanced client functions.
  • Protect and monitor the IBM Spectrum Protect environment.
  • Use scripting to automate daily processing.
  • Optimize the IBM Spectrum Protect server and client.
  • Troubleshoot common problems.
  • Describe the other IBM Spectrum Protect family products.
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07 Sep 2021

IBM Tivoli NetView for zOS 6.1 Fundamentals, Automation, REXX, PIPEs – TZ243G CR

Short Summary


This course provides comprehensive training for Tivoli NetView for z/OS version 6.1. It covers basic concepts, components, user interfaces, automation facilities, REXX, and PIPEs.

Details


Course Code: TZ243G

Brand: IBM Z – Mainframe

Category: Systems

Skill Level: Intermediate

Duration: 40.00H

Modality: CR

 

Audience


This intermediate-level course is for Administrators who are new to NetView for z/OS Administrators who are moving to version 6.1 from a previous version.

 

Prerequisites


You must be familiar with:

  • networking concepts and practices and the techniques for monitoring a complex environment.

Familiarity with previous versions of NetView is helpful, but not required.

 

Overview


IBM Tivoli NetView for z/OS offers an extensive set of tools for managing and maintaining complex, multivendor, multiplatform networks and systems from a single point of control. The NetView for z/OS curriculum consists of four courses. You can tailor their training by taking one or more of the following courses:

  • NetView for z/OS 6.1 Fundamentals (TZ203), where you learn the key concepts, components, and user interfaces associated with NetView for z/OS 6.1
  • NetView for z/OS 6.1 Automation (TZ213), which covers the automation facilities of IBM Tivoli NetView for z/OS
  • NetView for z/OS 6.1 REXX (TZ223), where you learn how to write REXX EXECs using NetView for z/OS
  • NetView for z/OS 6.1 PIPEs (TZ233), where you learn how to code NetView PIPEs within REXX EXECs to simplify operations and perform automation by using NetView for z/OS

This course combines the content from all four of these courses, thus providing comprehensive training for Tivoli NetView for z/OS version 6.1. It covers basic concepts, components, user interfaces, automation facilities, REXX, and PIPEs. Instructor-led discussions are reinforced with practical, hands-on lab exercises.

 

Topic


NetView for z/OS Fundamentals

  • NetView for z/OS overview
  • NetView packaging and installation
  • NetView structure and components
  • The 3270 interface
  • Customizing NetView using CNMSTYLE
  • NetView administration
  • IP management
  • NetView Web Services Gateway
  • NetView Management Console (NMC) interface
  • NetView Enterprise Management Agent
  • Tivoli Enterprise Portal
  • NetView product integration with IBM Tivoli OMEGAMON XE products
  • Tivoli Enterprise Portal security

NetView automation

  • Message Automation topics
  • NetView commands to facilitate automation
  • Managing the NetView Automation Table
  • NetView Automation Table coding

REXX

  • Introduction to REXX
  • Miscellaneous topics
  • Variables
  • Process Message in REXX
  • Problem analysis
  • Additional topics

PIPEs

  • Overview of NetView pipelines
  • PIPE stages
  • Access files With PIPEs
  • Pipelines and variables
  • Manipulate text in a pipeline
  • Process pipeline data
  • Advanced topics

 

Objectives


  • Describe the NetView key components and tasks
  • Describe key functions
  • Navigate these user interfaces: 3270 and TEP
  • Use NetView commands
  • Explain these user interfaces: NMC and web application
  • Customize by using CNMSTYLE, style sheets, and reporting
  • Explain basic IP management functions and System z networking
  • Identify the data that is integrated from OMEGAMON XE products
  • Identify event types that can be processed and the way that they arrive in NetView for z/OS
  • Identify what actions are possible and where they can be routed
  • Describe the functions provided by the message processing facility (MPF), the message revision table (MRT), and the command revision table (CRT)
  • Implement Automation Table statements to automate messages
  • Structure the Automation Table
  • Manage the Automation Table
  • Describe how to improve the efficiency of an Automation Table
  • Use NetView timers to proactively monitor resources
  • Describe the basics of REXX EXECs in NetView
  • Write NetView REXX EXECS
  • Issue commands
  • Trap and parse messages
  • Set and retrieve global variables
  • Perform automation
  • Describe the basics of NetView for z/OS PIPEs
  • Write code for NetView PIPEs with REXX EXECS
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07 Sep 2021

CICS V5.3 Systems Tailoring and Administration – WM816G CR,ILO

Short Summary


This course teaches CICS system programmers how to install, tailor, and administer CICS Transaction Server (TS) for z/OS.

 

Details


Course Code: WM816G

Brand: IBM Z – CICS

Category: Systems

Skill Level: Intermediate

Duration: 40.00H

Modality: CR,ILO

 

Audience


This course is designed for administrators of CICS Transaction Server for z/OS.

 

Prerequisites


  • Be familiar with CICS architecture and facilities, either through experience or by successfully completing course CICS V5.3 Fundamentals (WM806G)
  • Have a working knowledge of z/OS, JCL, and TSO/ISPF
  • Have a basic knowledge of z/OS Communications Server concepts
  • Have a basic knowledge of VSAM concepts and Access Method services

 

Overview


This course teaches CICS system programmers how to install, tailor, and administer CICS Transaction Server (TS) for z/OS. You learn to construct, run, and administer a CICS system. You tailor the system by configuring CICS to run applications, defining transactions, programs, files, web services, and other resources that CICS applications need. You administer CICS by using CICS transactions and the CICS Explorer.

The course also provides a thorough introduction to security and recovery concepts that are needed to administer new or existing installations of CICS TS. Topics include resource management, storage management, system control, task management, measurement and problem determination tools, intercommunication services, CICSPlex SM, Cloud, Liberty, DevOps, IBM UrbanCode Deploy, DB2, IBM MQ, DBCTL, and more. You practice your new skills on a z/OS system that is configured specifically for this lab-intensive course.

For information about other related courses, see the IBM Training website:

ibm.com/training

 

Topic


Course introduction
CICS Transaction Server for z/OS overview
Installation and verification
Exercise: Getting acquainted with CICS TS for z/OS
Resource definition
Exercise: Preparing and starting a CICS region
Supporting terminal access
Exercise: Administering terminals
Defining transactions, programs, and map sets
Exercise: Defining transactions, programs, and map sets
File control functions and file definition
Exercise: Defining files and LSR pools
CICS queuing facilities
Exercise: Defining transient data queues
CICS intercommunication services
Exercise: Connecting systems
Administering application resources
Storage management and storage protection
System control
Exercise: Administering with CICS Explorer
Startup, recovery, and restart
Exercise: Defining recoverable resources and journal models
Accessing external resource manager data
Basic problem determination
Exercise: JSON web services, DB2 resources, and OTE
Measurement and evaluation
Security and the external security manager
Exercise: Statistics, dumps, and security
Sysplex support functions
Course summary

 

Objectives


After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Define and set up CICS regions
  • Analyze application descriptions, define resources, and customize
  • Define the major functions and parameters that are used to control CICS
  • Identify CICS procedures
  • Identify system control functions
  • Administer CICS resources with CICS transactions and the CICS Explorer
  • Define the functions of intercommunication services
  • Identify sources of information that is necessary to aid problem determination
  • Measure and evaluate information that is used to measure and tune the environment
  • Describe how the other MVS resource managers that IBM offers interface with CICS Transaction Server
  • Describe the choices for starting CICS programs and accessing CICS data from outside CICS
  • Describe how CICS uses z/OS Sysplex
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07 Sep 2021

CICS V5.3 CICSPlex System Manager Administration – WM856G CR,ILO

Short Summary


This advanced-level course is designed to teach the skills that are needed to install, configure, and use CICS TS System Manager components and functions.

 

Details


Course Code: WM856G

Brand: IBM Z – CICS

Category: Systems

Skill Level: Advanced

Duration: 40.00H

Modality: CR,ILO

 

Audience


This course is designed for CICS system programmers, system designers, and operations staff members who are responsible for planning, installing, operating, or managing a CICSplex by using CICSPlex SM.

 

Prerequisites


  • Be familiar with CICS architecture and facilities, either through experience or by successfully completing CICS V5.3 Fundamentals (WM806) and CICS V5.3 Systems Tailoring and Administration (WM816)
  • Have a working knowledge of CICS TS Intercommunication facilities

 

Overview


This advanced-level course is designed to teach the skills that are needed to install, configure, and use CICS TS System Manager components and functions.

The course begins with an overview of the CICSPlex System Manager (CICSPlex SM) environment, and then covers the installation process for CICSPlex SM. It explains how to configure and start a CICSPlex Managing Address Space (CMAS) and the web user interface (WUI) server, and how to use the CICS Explorer CICS management client interface (CMCI) in addition to the WUI.

Throughout the course, you learn about the interfaces that the product supplies, such as the WUI, application programming interface (API), batch repository utility (BATCHREP), CICS Explorer, and service delivery platform cloud computing. You learn how to configure and control each of the functional components of CICSPlex SM, including topology (TOP), Workload Manager (WLM), real-time analysis (RTA), monitor (MON), and Business Application Services (BAS). The course explains how to define CICS Manager Address Spaces and describes the CICSPlex SM security environment, including the external security manager RACF definitions. You also learn how to use CICSPlex SM resources to configure and deploy a CICS platform application to a cloud infrastructure.

You gain experience with your newly acquired CICS administration skills in hands-on exercises throughout the course. You implement and populate a CICSplex, and create and customize the WUI server and CICSplex. You perform various tasks by using the WUI, batch utilities, and CICS Explorer, such as creating and managing a CICSPlex, defining and managing monitor and RTA definitions, and defining and installing CICS resources. You also use WLM to implement workload management, and use the CICS Explorer to create, deploy, and manage platforms and applications to the cloud.

For information about other related courses, see the IBM Training website:

http://www.ibm.com/training

 

Topic


Course introduction
CICSPlex System Manager introduction
Exercise: Getting started with CICSPlex SM
CICSPlex System Manager installation
Exercise: CICSPlex SM installation procedure
CICSPlex SM configuration, WUI implementation, and CICS Explorer
Exercise: CICSPlex SM configuration, WUI implementation, and CICS Explorer
CICSPlex System Manager topology and operations services
Exercise: CICSPlex SM topology and operations
CICSPlex SM WUI customization
Exercise: CICSPlex SM WUI customization
CICSPlex System Manager Workload Manager
Exercise: CICSPlex SM WLM definitions
CICSPlex System Manager RTA and monitoring
Exercise: CICSPlex SM RTA and monitoring definitions
CICSPlex SM Business Application Services (BAS)
Exercise: CICSPlex SM BAS definitions
CICSPlex SM and cloud enablement
Exercise: CICSPlex SM cloud enablement
CICSPlex SM miscellaneous topics
Course summary

 

Objectives


  • Describe CICSPlex System Manager and its functions and components
  • Install CICSPlex System Manager
  • Describe and use the web user interface (WUI) that is provided by CICSPlex System Manager
  • Configure and define CICSplexes and associated CMAS environments by using the WUI
  • Define and use the CICS Explorer to configure the CMCI to connect to a CICSplex
  • Define CICS systems to CICSPlex System Manager by using the WUI and CMCI
  • Manage the operations of a CICSplex of CICS systems by using the WUI and CMCI
  • Create definition records that CICSPlex System Manager applications can use as directives, such as Workload Manager, real-time analysis, and Monitor Services
  • Use CICSPlex System Manager (CPSM) commands to view and dynamically manage the data that CICSPlex System Manager applications use
  • Use the BAS to create and manage CICS resources through application scopes
  • Use the WUI editor facilities to define WUI views, menus, users, and user groups, and to edit favorites
  • Describe the CPSM API and use BATCHREP
  • Describe and use the CICS Explorer to deploy a CICS platform and application to the cloud
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25 Aug 2021

z/VM and Linux on IBM Z and LinuxONE Bootcamp – ZL00G CR

This course is intended for IT professionals who will be responsible for the support of guests and other virtual machines running in the z/VM & LinuxONE environment

 

Details


Course Code: ZL00G

Brand: IBM Z – Mainframe

Category: Systems

Skill Level: Intermediate

Duration: 40.00H

Modality: CR

 

Audience


This course is intended for IT professionals who will be responsible for the support of guests and other virtual machines that run in the z/VM environment. It assumes that these persons have little or no experience in the z/VM environment. Also, this course is intended for anyone responsible for installing, customizing, and maintaining Linux on IBM Z and on LinuxONE.

 

Prerequisites


Basic computer skills and knowledge.

 

Overview


This course introduces the system programmer to the tasks required to support a z/VM operating system. It gives an overview of the processes that are required to install z/VM, and to do the required tailoring steps to support guest operating system virtual machines and CMS users. The students will leave the course with the knowledge to do the steps for adding guest systems and other virtual machines to the z/VM system, to apply service to the z/VM system, and to define a minimal TCP/IP configuration. Also, this course is designed to teach the implementation of SUSE, RedHat, and Ubuntu distributions of Linux on IBM Z and on LinuxONE.

 

Topic


Day 1

  • Welcome
  • Unit 1: z/VM and zLinux overview
  • Unit 2: Installation
  • Exercise 1: z/VM logon overview
  • Exercise 2: z/VM installation

Day 2

  • Unit 3: Directory
  • Exercise 3: z/VM directory maintenance
  • Unit 4: CP system configuration
  • Exercise 4: CP system configuration

Day 3

  • Unit 5: z/VM networking
  • Exercise 5: z/VM networking
  • Unit 6: VMSES/E
  • Exercise 6: Servicing z/VM (VMSES/E)
  • Unit 7: Installing SUSE Linux on System z

Day 4

  • Exercise 7: SUSE Linux lab overview
  • Exercise 8: SUSE Linux installation on System z
  • Unit 8: Installing additional packages
  • Exercise 9: SUSE Linux basics
  • Exercise 10: SUSE installing additional packages

Day 5

  • Unit 9: Network connectivity
  • Exercise 11: SUSE Linux networking
  • Unit 10: System management
  • Exercise 12: SUSE Linux system management
  • Unit 11: Backup and recovery
  • Exercise 13: SUSE Linux TSM client
  • Unit 12: z/VM Performance Toolkit configuration
  • Exercise 14: z/VM Performance Toolkit configuration

 

Objectives


After completing this course, you should be able to:
• Describe the process of running guests under z/VM
• Describe the z/VM installation process on IBM Z and LinuxONE
• Define virtual machines to z/VM and reload the directory
• Customize the CP component of the z/VM system
• Customize the TCP/IP files on z/VM
• Describe the Linux installation process on z/VM for SUSE, RedHat, and Ubuntu
• Apply service to the z/VM system
• Describe the system management process for Linux on IBM Z and LinuxONE
• Describe backup and recovery procedures for Linux on IBM Z and LinuxONE
• Manage and update network connectivity issues for Linux on IBM Z and LinuxONE
• Implement the z/VM Performance Toolkit

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25 Aug 2021

Installing, Configuring, and Managing KVM for IBM z System – ZV45G CR,ILO

Designed to provide students that are responsible for the administration of the KVM for IBM z System product with the knowledge to install, manage, and configure the product.

 

Details


Course Code: ZV45G

Brand: IBM Z – Mainframe

Category: Systems

Skill Level: Intermediate

Duration: 24.00H

Modality: CR,ILO

 

Audience


This course is intended for IT professionals who will be responsible for the installation and configuration of the KVM for IBM z System product.

 

Prerequisites


Basic computer skills and knowledge. The students will also need to have knowledge of an editor that is available on Linux (vi).

 

Overview


The ZV45 course is designed to provide students that are responsible for the administration of the KVM for IBM z System product with the knowledge to install, manage, and configure the product.  You will leave the course with the knowledge to implement KVM for IBM z System, apply a service pack, add new disk storage to the KVM server, deploy Linux guests, and migrate deployed guests to other KVM server.

 

Topic


Day 1

Unit 1 – KVM for IBM z System Overview

Unit 2 – KVM for IBM z System Installation

Exercise 1 – ZK45G Exercise Overview

Exercise 2 – KVM for IBM z System Installation

Unit 3- KVM for IBM z System Post-Installation Task

Day 2

Exercise 3 – KVM for IBM z System Post-Installation Task

Unit 4 – KVM for IBM z System Storage

Exercise 4- KVM for IBM z System Storage

Unit 5- Network Management with KVM for IBM z System

Exercise 5- Network Management with KVM for IBM z System

Day 3

Unit 6- Deploying Guests with KVM for IBM z System

Exercise 6- Deploying Guests with KVM for IBM z System

Unit 7- Additional Tasks for KVM for IBM z System

Exercise 7- Additional Tasks KVM for IBM z System

 

Objectives


• Install KVM for IBM z System

• Apply a fixpack for KVM for IBM z System

• Initial storage devices that are used by KVM for IBM z System

• Manage network devices and create an OpenSystem vSwitch

• Deploy SLES12 guest with KVM for IBM z System

• Convert deployed guests from a qcow2 image to a raw image

• Resize the deployed guest

• Migrate KVM guests from one KVM server to another.

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