name :
ES10G
title :
Fundamental System Skills in z/OS
category :
Systems
vendor :
IBM
classroomDeliveryMethod :
Classroom IBM
descriptions :
description :
OverviewThis course is designed to teach you the fundamental practical skills to navigate and work in a z/OS environment. This includes the use of ISPF/PDF dialogs, TSO/E commands, JCL, UNIX System Services shell, and BookManager.AudienceThis basic course is for IT personnel with a theoretical background of z/OS (for example, as taught in An Introduction to the z/OS Environment (ES05G)  and some general practical IT experience.PrerequisitesYou should complete:
  • An Introduction to the z/OS Environment (ES050) or equivalent on-the-job training
Objective
  • Review the main concepts of z/OS
  • Log on to TSO and start ISPF/PDF
  • Navigate through ISPF/PDF dialogs and use the basic ISPF/PDF functions and the ISPF Editor
  • Use ISPF/PDF to allocate data sets and edit data sets (including hierarchical file system (HFS) files) using the ISPF Editor primary and line commands
  • Use ISPF to create and manipulate (copy, rename, delete, list, sort, and merge) data sets
  • Identify security considerations for Multiple Virtual Storage (MVS) data sets and HFS files
  • Describe and use TSO/E commands
  • Perform simple modifications to existing ISPF/PDF panels
  • Invoke a REXX exec and TSO CLIST
  • Tailor existing JCL and submit batch jobs
  • Review job status and job output using SDSF
  • Invoke UNIX processes
  • Manipulate HFS directories and file systems using the UNIX System
  • Services ISHELL
Course OutlineUnit 1: Introduction to the IBM Z Systems environment Topic 1: Architecture in the z Systems environment Topic 2: Operating systems Topic 3: IBM z Systems  Unit 2: z/OS security Topic 1: System security Topic 2: RACF Topic 3: RACF profiles  Unit 3: TSO ISPF panel Topic 1: TSO familiarization Exercise 1: System familiarization Topic 2: Introduction to z/OS data set Topic 3: Allocating data sets  Exercise 2: Allocate new data sets Topic 4: Creating data sets and members Topic 5: Edit data sets  Topic 6: Line commands Topic 7: Copy, move, rename, and delete data sets and members Exercise 3: ISPF editor primary commands Exercise 4: ISPF editor Line commands Exercise 5: Copy, move, rename, and delete data sets and members Topic 8: Data set lists Exercise 6: Data set lists  Unit 4: TSO commands Topic 1: TSO ISPF commands Topic 2: Edit data sets using line commands  Exercise 7: Using TSO/E commands  Unit 5: JES and JCL Topic 1: Introduction to JES and JCL Topic 2: Coding JCL Topic 3: Submitting jobs using JCL Topic 4: JCL utilities Topic 5: Managing data sets using JCL)  Exercise 8: Submit a job Exercise 9: JCL exercises  Exercise 10: Procedures  Unit 6: UNIX Topic 1: UNIX system services Topic 2: File systems  Topic 3: UNIX program support and security  Topic 4: Application services Topic 5: Security Exercise 11: ISHELL and hierarchical file system
overview :
[This course is designed to teach you the fundamental practical skills to navigate and work in a z/OS environment., This includes the use of ISPF/PDF dialogs, TSO/E commands, JCL, UNIX System Services shell, and BookManager.]
abstract :
This course is designed to teach you the fundamental practical skills to navigate and work in a z/OS environment. This includes the use of ISPF/PDF dialogs, TSO/E commands, JCL, UNIX System Services shell, and BookManager.
prerequisits :
objective :
Overview This course is designed to teach you the fundamental practical skills to navigate and work in a z/OS environment. This includes the use of ISPF/PDF dialogs, TSO/E commands, JCL, UNIX System Services shell, and BookManager. Audience This basic course is for IT personnel with a theoretical background of z/OS (for example, as taught in An Introduction to the z/OS Environment (ES05G)  and some general practical IT experience. Prerequisites You should complete:
  • An Introduction to the z/OS Environment (ES050) or equivalent on-the-job training
Objective
  • Review the main concepts of z/OS
  • Log on to TSO and start ISPF/PDF
  • Navigate through ISPF/PDF dialogs and use the basic ISPF/PDF functions and the ISPF Editor
  • Use ISPF/PDF to allocate data sets and edit data sets (including hierarchical file system (HFS) files) using the ISPF Editor primary and line commands
  • Use ISPF to create and manipulate (copy, rename, delete, list, sort, and merge) data sets
  • Identify security considerations for Multiple Virtual Storage (MVS) data sets and HFS files
  • Describe and use TSO/E commands
  • Perform simple modifications to existing ISPF/PDF panels
  • Invoke a REXX exec and TSO CLIST
  • Tailor existing JCL and submit batch jobs
  • Review job status and job output using SDSF
  • Invoke UNIX processes
  • Manipulate HFS directories and file systems using the UNIX System
  • Services ISHELL
topic :
Course OutlineUnit 1: Introduction to the IBM Z Systems environment Topic 1: Architecture in the z Systems environment Topic 2: Operating systems Topic 3: IBM z Systems  Unit 2: z/OS security Topic 1: System security Topic 2: RACF Topic 3: RACF profiles  Unit 3: TSO ISPF panel Topic 1: TSO familiarization Exercise 1: System familiarization Topic 2: Introduction to z/OS data set Topic 3: Allocating data sets  Exercise 2: Allocate new data sets Topic 4: Creating data sets and members Topic 5: Edit data sets  Topic 6: Line commands Topic 7: Copy, move, rename, and delete data sets and members Exercise 3: ISPF editor primary commands Exercise 4: ISPF editor Line commands Exercise 5: Copy, move, rename, and delete data sets and members Topic 8: Data set lists Exercise 6: Data set lists  Unit 4: TSO commands Topic 1: TSO ISPF commands Topic 2: Edit data sets using line commands  Exercise 7: Using TSO/E commands  Unit 5: JES and JCL Topic 1: Introduction to JES and JCL Topic 2: Coding JCL Topic 3: Submitting jobs using JCL Topic 4: JCL utilities Topic 5: Managing data sets using JCL)  Exercise 8: Submit a job Exercise 9: JCL exercises  Exercise 10: Procedures  Unit 6: UNIX Topic 1: UNIX system services Topic 2: File systems  Topic 3: UNIX program support and security  Topic 4: Application services Topic 5: Security Exercise 11: ISHELL and hierarchical file system
startDate :
2019-03-20T19:12:52Z
endDate :
2020-01-30T00:00:00Z
lastModified :
2019-03-20T08:00:31Z
created :
2014-05-03T19:09:53Z
duration :
5
durationUnit :
DAYS
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