IBMi (iSeries, AS/400)

IBMi (iSeries, AS/400) Training

The Application System/400 (also referred to as AS/400), now System i (also referred to as iSeries), maybe a sort of minicomputer produced by IBM. it had been first produced in 1988. it had been then renamed to the eServer iSeries in 2000 as a part of IBM's e-Server branding initiative.

Our iSeries Training helps you to find out its user and managing skill. In AS/400, AS stands for Application System, it's based on layered machine architecture. It enables the user to move to a new hardware technology at any time, without disrupting their application programs. IBM Announced a powerful new line of AS/400 servers with faster processors which is additionally called as IBM i series with increased performance & greater flexibility to handle the multiple application workloads on one server. It provides contiguous memory between main storage, disk storage and also provides authority to feature any disc space.

Why Maintec?

Maintec Online Training covers a 100% Real-Time, Practical, and Job Oriented IBM AS/400 Administration Online Training. Our IBM AS/400 online course focuses on advanced level training from basic level training. The training focuses on understanding the system capabilities, program development tools, info ideas, and system management from a programming perspective.

IBM AS/400 online training by Maintec is primarily responsible for learning the maintenance and administration of IBM iSeries (servers, multiple partitions), including message handling, command-line utilities, work management, device management, system configuration, system security, and backup.

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1. Introduction to IBM i (AS/400)

  • Overview of Application System/400
  • IBM i (AS/400) Version & Release
  • High Level Machine - Technology Independence
  • IBM i (AS/400) Connectivity
  • Single Level Storage
  • Virtual Storage
  • Licensed Products & Programming Languages
  • IBM i (AS/400) Object
  • Describe Library/Object concepts
  • Library List
  • Describe the IBM i (AS/400) command structure and naming

2. Control Language Programming

3. Objects and Libraries

  • Working with PDM
  • The job library list

4. IBM i (AS/400) Work Management

  • Subsystems and Subsystem Descriptions
  • Job Queues
  • Output Queues
  • Controlling Jobs
  • Working with Batch Jobs and Signed-on Users
  • Displaying Detailed Job Information Changing how a Job Is Run
  • Working with Job Logs

5. Controlling Jobs

  • Working with Batch Jobs and Signed-On Users
  • Displaying Detailed Job Information Changing how a Job Is Run
  • Working with Job Logs

6. Working with Printer Output

  • Working with Printer Output
  • Managing Printer Output
  • Working with Printers
  • Working with Spooled Files, Output Queues, and Printers

7. Handling Messages

  • Displaying Messages
  • Working with Message Queues
  • The QSYSOPR Message Queue Handling Error Messages
  • Sending Messages

8. Backup and Recovery

  • Full backup
  • Incremental backup
  • Cumulative backup
  • Different backup plan
  • Backing up and restoring object

9. Working with Devices and Communications

  • Displaying and Changing Device Status
  • Displaying a Device Description
  • Activating Communications Lines and Controllers
  • Device parity Protection
  • Mirrored Protection
  • Disk Configuration and recovery

10. System Monitoring Tasks

  • Checking Up on Your System
  • Checking Disk Space
  • Storage Cleaning Up Your System

11. System Level Security

  • Security System Values
  • Security Levels
  • Password Levels
  • Protecting SST and DST services

12. User Profiles

  • Working with User Profiles
  • Special Authorities
  • Limit Capabilities
  • User Classes
  • Group Profiles
  • Object Ownership
  • Adopted Authority

13. Auditing Capabilities

  • Job Logs and QHST
  • The Security Audit Journal
  • Auditing Sensitive Objects
  • Auditing Powerful Users

14. Journal Management

  • JWhat is Journal?
  • Why Journal?
  • Journal Objects
  • Objects that can be journaled
  • Creating and Starting the Journal
  • Display the Journal Entries
  • Forward Data Recovery
  • Backward Data Recovery Remote JournalWhy Journal?
  • Journal Objects
  • Objects that can be journaled
  • Creating and Starting the Journal
  • Display the Journal Entries
  • Forward Data Recovery
  • Backward Data Recovery Remote Journal

15. Commitment Control

  • What is commitment control?
  • Why commitment control?
  • Functions of commitment control
  • Start commitment control
  • Notify Object
  • commitment control Implementation
  • Two phase commit

16. Disk Management

  • Auxiliary storage pool
  • Type of Disk pools
  • ASP BenifitsM
  • User ASPs
  • Benefits of Independent Disk Pools

17. Problem Determination.

  • Problem Determination
  • Problem Solving Tools
  • Active Jobs
  • Job Properties
  • Active Pools - Performance Statistics
  • System Operator Messages
  • History Log
  • Why use Power Switch?
  • Cleaning up the System
  • Tailoring Automatic cleanup
  • Reclaim Storage
  • Reclaim spool storage

18. PTF and FIX Management.

  • What is PTF?
  • Type of Fixes
  • PTF Process
  • Working with PTFs
  • Installing Individual PTFs
  • Installing PTF package
  • Licensed Internal Code PTFs
  • Display PTF status
  • Install Fixes permanenly

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