After completing this course, delegates will be able to:
Start and stop the system.
View the SYSLOG and MCS consoles and understand the general format of displayed messages.
Use SDSF and the standard console services to enter commands and interpret the associated responses.
Monitor and control:
Devices under control of z/OS.
Jobs within the system.
The status of the z/OS system and associated subsystems.
This course is suitable for new operators, operations support staff and systems programmers who are responsible for monitoring and controlling the z/OS operating system and subsystems within their installation.
Delegates should have an understanding of the z/OS operating system, as taught in our z/OS for Beginners course, and be familiar with TSO/ISPF, as taught in our TSO/ISPF Workshop.
Introduction to Operating z/OS
The role of the operator within the installation.
An overview of operator communications.
Operating concepts within LPARs and within a SYSPLEX.
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