IBM System Automation for z OS 4.1 Architecture SM917G

Duration: 
2 days
Codes: 
SM917G
Versions: 
4.1

Overview

This course introduces and explains the System Automation for z/OS (SA z/OS) components, architecture, and concepts. Focus is on the System Operations component with Processor Operations as an optional topic. It is a prerequisite for attending the operations or admin classes.

This course does not include labs.

For information about other related courses, see the IBM Security Systemseducation training paths website: ibm.com/training/

Audience

This course is designed for users of IBM System Automation for z/OS, especially operators, administrators, and system programmers. It is the required prerequisite course of all other IBM System Automation for z/OS courses and should be attended first.

Skills Gained

  • The learning objectives are to get the required knowledge to attend the System Automation for z/OS operations or admin classes:
  • Purpose and features
  • Major components
  • Architecture and design of the System Operations component
  • Policy-based automation and concepts
  • Goal-driven automation

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  • Describe the IBM System Automation for z/OS 4.1 Architecture
  • Describe the components of the product
  • Describe the product’s automation capabilities
  • Describe policy-based and goal-driven automation
  • Describe the automation agent role and operation
  • Describe the automation manager role and operation
  • Explain the key automation concepts
  • Describe goal-driven automation
  • Explain the automation statuses and their effect on automation
  • Describe automation policy for applications
  • Describe resource dependencies and relationships
  • Provide an overview of application groups
  • Explain automation flags, threshold processing, and notify operators
  • Explain threshold processing for major and minor resources
  • List transient resource automation
  • List MVS automation
  • Describe resource relationships details
  • Explain the request process
  • List and describe factors that can influence goal-driven automation
  • List types and natures of application groups
  • Explain behavior or attributes of application groups
  • Describe architecture including implementation options
  • Explain usage and operator interface
  • Describe automation policy

Prerequisites

Before taking this course, you should have basic skills in z/OS and NetView. You should also complete these courses:

  • IBM Tivoli NetView for z/OS 6.1 Fundamentals (TZ203G)
  • IBM Tivoli NetView for z/OS 6.1 Automation (TZ213)

Course Outline

  • The learning objectives are to get the required knowledge to attend the System Automation for z/OS operations or admin classes:
  • Purpose and features
  • Major components
  • Architecture and design of the System Operations component
  • Policy-based automation and concepts
  • Goal-driven automation

xxxxxxxxxxxxx

  • Describe the IBM System Automation for z/OS 4.1 Architecture
  • Describe the components of the product
  • Describe the product’s automation capabilities
  • Describe policy-based and goal-driven automation
  • Describe the automation agent role and operation
  • Describe the automation manager role and operation
  • Explain the key automation concepts
  • Describe goal-driven automation
  • Explain the automation statuses and their effect on automation
  • Describe automation policy for applications
  • Describe resource dependencies and relationships
  • Provide an overview of application groups
  • Explain automation flags, threshold processing, and notify operators
  • Explain threshold processing for major and minor resources
  • List transient resource automation
  • List MVS automation
  • Describe resource relationships details
  • Explain the request process
  • List and describe factors that can influence goal-driven automation
  • List types and natures of application groups
  • Explain behavior or attributes of application groups
  • Describe architecture including implementation options
  • Explain usage and operator interface
  • Describe automation policy

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