Participants should be ready for lots of concepts and lots of terms.
This course provides a combination of lecture, discussion and hands-on lab sessions covering the various zSeries Hardware components and the various z/OS Software components. The major capabilities of Database Management systems and Transaction Processing systems are presented as 2 major application components of z/OS for providing end-use services. Several Application Programming languages are reviewed to reveal their capabilities such as COBOL.
Hands on demonstrations are provides for TSO/ISPF, JCL, SDSF, DB2 and COBOL.
This course is designed for individuals who need a �semi in-depth� overview of IBM�s z/OS operation system capabilities and the wide array of z/OS terminology.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Describe the Major Hardware components of the IBM’s zSeries
- Describe channel usage and assignments on the zSeries
- Describe a Logical Partition (LPAR)
- List the capabilities of the Work Load Manager (WLM)
- Describe the function of TSO/ISPF
- List the major capabilities of the System Display and Search Facility (SDSF)
- Describe the functions of a Database Management system
- Describe the functions of a Transaction Processing Systems
- Describe the use of Job Control Language (JCL)
- Describe the capabilities of major Application Programming languages
- Describe the Major Software components of the IBM’s z/OS Operating System
z/OS Software Components
Database Systems – IMS, DB2
Transaction Processing Systems – CICS, IMS/TP
Job Control Language
Major Programming languages
Capabilities of 24, 31, 64 bit Addressing Schemes