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Popular courses:
AIX Basics
AIX SAN Management
DB2 10 for LUW: Basic Administration for AIX
AIX
TCP/IP for AIX Administrators
AIX Jumpstart for UNIX Professionals


UNIX / AIX User Essentials

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA IBM Training Centers
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States

Introduction to AIX
## Using the System
## AIX Documentation
## Files and Directories
## Using Files
## File Permissions
## The vi Editor
## Shell Basics
## Using Shell Variables
## Customizing the User Environment

TCP/IP for AIX Administrators

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA IBM Training Centers
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

Learn to begin implementing, using, and troubleshooting TCP/IP, generic remote commands, DSH, SSH, VLANs, Dynamic DNS, DHCP, static and dynamic routing, network availability, and NFS (V3 and V4).

This course provides essential core fundamental skills which are required as a prerequisite when taking further Power system/AIX education in advanced AIX, virtualization, high availability, and clustering. It is designed specifically for AIX version 7 but is also applicable to previous versions.

Day 1
## Welcome
## Unit 1: Network concepts
## Exercise 1: TCP/IP concepts
## Unit 2: Configuring TCP/IP
## Exercise 2: Configuring TCP/IP
## Unit 3: inetd remote command services
## Exercise 3: The inetd daemon and remote command inetd services

Day 2
## Unit 4: OpenSSH
## Exercise 4: OpenSSH
## Unit 5: VLAN theory
## Exercise 5: Configuring VLANs
## Unit 6: Routing
## Exercise 6: Routing
## Unit 7: Network availability

Day 3
## Exercise 7: Network availability (optional)
## Unit 8: DNS and BIND
## Exercise 8: Configuring a DNS domain
## Unit 9: DHCP
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POWER8 Systems and AIX Enhancements

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA IBM Training Centers
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

This course is designed to provide continuing education for system administrators who have extensive experience with previous levels of POWER hardware, PowerVM, and AIX. It covers various enhancements to POWER hardware and firmware and to the AIX operating system. It starts with an overview of POWER8 architecture and equipment. It then proceeds with discussions on various software and firmware enhancements (including PowerVM 2.2.3 and AIX 7.1 TL3). These enhancements include eight thread SMT, simplified SEA configuration, SR-IOV support, and other enhancements.

Course Content
## Unit 1 - What’s new in POWER hardware Unit 2 - PowerVM and HMC enhancements
## Unit 2 - PowerVM and HMC enhancements (continued)
## Unit 3 - SMT enhancements
## Unit 4 - Miscellaneous AIX enhancements

Power Systems and AIX Differences Workshop

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA IBM Training Centers
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

course covers various enhancements to Power hardware and firmware and to the AIX operating system. It starts with an overview of POWER7 architecture and equipment. It then proceeds with discussions and hands-on exercises on various software and firmware enhancements (ranging from AIX 6.1 TL2 and PowerVM 2.1.0 through AIX 7.1 TL0 and PowerVM 2.2.1). These enhancements include Virtual Fibre Channel, Active Memory Sharing, Active Memory Expansion, 4 thread SMT, and other enhancements to the areas of AIX security, performance, and workload partitions.

Course Objectives
Discuss the POWER7 architectural design basics
Discuss POWER7 systems product details
Describe and implement SMT4.
Describe and implement Active Memory Expansion (AME)
Migrate an AIX5.2 LPARs to AIX7.1 versioned WPARs
Describe and implement the AIX Runtime Expert enhancements
Describe and implement Domain RBAC
Describe changes to SUMA
Describe AIX RAS enhancements
Discuss and implement enhancements to AIX security, including Domain RBAC.
Describe AIX networking and storage enhancements
Describe and implement AIX Workload Partiti... [Read More]

AIX SAN Management

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA IBM Training Centers
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

Unit 1: AIX in a SAN Environment
## Describe IBM SAN product offerings
## Discuss basic aspects of SAN interaction with Power systems
## Describe course lab environment
## Use AIX commands to identify system resources

Unit 2: AIX Device Management
## Discuss VIO server architecture as it relates to Fibre Channel
## Describe how to configure virtual Fibre Channel adapters
## Utilize VIO server commands to identify Fibre Channel resources
## Differentiate between physical and virtual Fibre Channel resources

Unit 3: SAN Boot
## Interpret AIX boot strategies using SAN
## Identify resources required to complete a SAN boot
## Configure a SAN attached hdisk as a boot device

Unit 4: Storage Server Design Concepts
## Define storage server architecture models
## Active/Passive
## Active/Active
## Discuss common terminology used with storage servers
## Identify storage manager functions

Unit 5: SAN Fabric Concepts and Operations
## Summarize SAN fabric design elements
## Describe SAN addressing
## Discuss virtual FC resources

Unit 6: F... [Read More]

AIX Jumpstart for UNIX Professionals

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA IBM Training Centers
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

Learn to install, customize and administer the AIX operating system in a multi-user POWER (System p) partitioned environment. The course is based on AIX 7 running on a Power system managed by Hardware Management Console Version 7 and provides practical discussions that are appropriate to earlier AIX releases.

Day 1
## (00:30) Welcome
## (00:50) Unit 1: Introduction to AIX and IBM Power systems
## (00:30) Exercise 1
## (00:30) Unit 2: AIX system management tools
## (00:30) Exercise 2
## (01:20) Unit 3: AIX software installation and maintenance
## (00:20) Exercise 3
## (01:00) Unit 4: System configuration and devices
## (00:30) Exercise 4

Day 2
## (00:25 Unit 5: TCP/IP networking
## (00:15) Exercise 5
## (00:40) Unit 6: System startup and shutdown
## (00:30) Exercise 6
## (00:30) Unit 7: Basics of configuring logical partitions
## (01:00) Exercise 7
## (01:00) Unit 8: AIX installation
## (01:00) Exercise 8
## (00:45) Unit 9: Working with the Logical Volume Manager

Day 3
## (01:10) Exercise 9
## (00:50) Unit 10: File systems administration
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AIX Basics

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA IBM Training Centers
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

This course enables you to perform everyday tasks using the AIX operating system. Learn how to manage AIX files and directories, use the vi editor and AIX utilities, and customize the working environment.

Day 1
## Unit 1 - Introduction to AIX
## Unit 2 - Using the System
## Exercise 1 - Using the System
## Unit 3 - AIX Documentation
## Exercise 2 - AIX Documentation
## Unit 4 - Files and Directories
## Exercise 3 - Files and Directories
## Unit 5 - Using Files
## Exercise 4 - Using Files

Day 2
## Unit 6 - File Permissions
## Exercise 5 - File Permissions
## Unit 7 - The vi Editor
## Exercise 6 - The vi Editor
## Unit 8 - Shell Basics
## Exercise 7 - Shell Basics
## Unit 9 - Using Shell Variables
## Exercise 8 - Using Shell Variables

Day 3
## Unit 10 - Processes
## Unit 11 - Controlling Processes
## Exercise 9 - Controlling Processes
## Unit 12 - Customizing the User Environment
## Exercise 10 - Customizing the User Environment
## Unit 13 - AIX Utilities, Part I
## Exercise 11 - AIX Utilities (1)
## Unit 13 - AIX Util... [Read More]

DB2 10 for LUW: Basic Administration for AIX

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA IBM Training Centers
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

This course teaches you to perform, basic database administrative tasks using DB2 10.1 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows. These tasks include creating and populating databases and implementing a logical design to support recovery requirements. The access strategies selected by the DB2 Optimizer will be examined using the DB2 Explain tools.

Day 1
## (00:30) Welcome
## (00:45) Unit 1: Overview of DB2 on Linux, UNIX and Windows
## (00:45) Unit 2: Command Line Processor (CLP) and GUI usage
## (00:45) Unit 3: The DB2 Database Manager Instance
## (00:40) Exercise 1: Create a New DB2 Instance
## (02:00) Unit 4: Creating databases and data placement
## (00:45) Exercise 2: Creating databases and data placement

Day 2
## (01:30) Unit 5: Creating database objects
## (00:45) Exercise 3: Create objects
## (02:00) Unit 6: Moving data
## (01:00) Exercise 4: Moving data

Day 3
## (02:00) Unit 7: Backup and recovery
## (01:00) Exercise 5: Backup and recovery
## (02:00) Unit 8: Database Maintenance, Monitoring and Problem Determination
## (01:00) Exercise 6: Using DB2 Tools for Performance<... [Read More]

UNIX / AIX User Essentials

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Canada IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Mississauga, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Canada

Introduction to AIX
## Using the System
## AIX Documentation
## Files and Directories
## Using Files
## File Permissions
## The vi Editor
## Shell Basics
## Using Shell Variables
## Customizing the User Environment

TCP/IP for AIX Administrators

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Canada IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Mississauga, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Canada
  V

Learn to begin implementing, using, and troubleshooting TCP/IP, generic remote commands, DSH, SSH, VLANs, Dynamic DNS, DHCP, static and dynamic routing, network availability, and NFS (V3 and V4).

This course provides essential core fundamental skills which are required as a prerequisite when taking further Power system/AIX education in advanced AIX, virtualization, high availability, and clustering. It is designed specifically for AIX version 7 but is also applicable to previous versions.

Day 1
## Welcome
## Unit 1: Network concepts
## Exercise 1: TCP/IP concepts
## Unit 2: Configuring TCP/IP
## Exercise 2: Configuring TCP/IP
## Unit 3: inetd remote command services
## Exercise 3: The inetd daemon and remote command inetd services

Day 2
## Unit 4: OpenSSH
## Exercise 4: OpenSSH
## Unit 5: VLAN theory
## Exercise 5: Configuring VLANs
## Unit 6: Routing
## Exercise 6: Routing
## Unit 7: Network availability

Day 3
## Exercise 7: Network availability (optional)
## Unit 8: DNS and BIND
## Exercise 8: Configuring a DNS domain
## Unit 9: DHCP
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POWER8 Systems and AIX Enhancements

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Canada IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Mississauga, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Canada
  V

This course is designed to provide continuing education for system administrators who have extensive experience with previous levels of POWER hardware, PowerVM, and AIX. It covers various enhancements to POWER hardware and firmware and to the AIX operating system. It starts with an overview of POWER8 architecture and equipment. It then proceeds with discussions on various software and firmware enhancements (including PowerVM 2.2.3 and AIX 7.1 TL3). These enhancements include eight thread SMT, simplified SEA configuration, SR-IOV support, and other enhancements.

Course Content
## Unit 1 - What’s new in POWER hardware Unit 2 - PowerVM and HMC enhancements
## Unit 2 - PowerVM and HMC enhancements (continued)
## Unit 3 - SMT enhancements
## Unit 4 - Miscellaneous AIX enhancements

Power Systems and AIX Differences Workshop

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Canada IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Mississauga, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Canada
  V

course covers various enhancements to Power hardware and firmware and to the AIX operating system. It starts with an overview of POWER7 architecture and equipment. It then proceeds with discussions and hands-on exercises on various software and firmware enhancements (ranging from AIX 6.1 TL2 and PowerVM 2.1.0 through AIX 7.1 TL0 and PowerVM 2.2.1). These enhancements include Virtual Fibre Channel, Active Memory Sharing, Active Memory Expansion, 4 thread SMT, and other enhancements to the areas of AIX security, performance, and workload partitions.

Course Objectives
Discuss the POWER7 architectural design basics
Discuss POWER7 systems product details
Describe and implement SMT4.
Describe and implement Active Memory Expansion (AME)
Migrate an AIX5.2 LPARs to AIX7.1 versioned WPARs
Describe and implement the AIX Runtime Expert enhancements
Describe and implement Domain RBAC
Describe changes to SUMA
Describe AIX RAS enhancements
Discuss and implement enhancements to AIX security, including Domain RBAC.
Describe AIX networking and storage enhancements
Describe and implement AIX Workload Partiti... [Read More]

AIX SAN Management

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Canada IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Mississauga, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Canada
  V

Unit 1: AIX in a SAN Environment
## Describe IBM SAN product offerings
## Discuss basic aspects of SAN interaction with Power systems
## Describe course lab environment
## Use AIX commands to identify system resources

Unit 2: AIX Device Management
## Discuss VIO server architecture as it relates to Fibre Channel
## Describe how to configure virtual Fibre Channel adapters
## Utilize VIO server commands to identify Fibre Channel resources
## Differentiate between physical and virtual Fibre Channel resources

Unit 3: SAN Boot
## Interpret AIX boot strategies using SAN
## Identify resources required to complete a SAN boot
## Configure a SAN attached hdisk as a boot device

Unit 4: Storage Server Design Concepts
## Define storage server architecture models
## Active/Passive
## Active/Active
## Discuss common terminology used with storage servers
## Identify storage manager functions

Unit 5: SAN Fabric Concepts and Operations
## Summarize SAN fabric design elements
## Describe SAN addressing
## Discuss virtual FC resources

Unit 6: F... [Read More]

AIX Jumpstart for UNIX Professionals

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Canada IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Mississauga, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Canada
  V

Learn to install, customize and administer the AIX operating system in a multi-user POWER (System p) partitioned environment. The course is based on AIX 7 running on a Power system managed by Hardware Management Console Version 7 and provides practical discussions that are appropriate to earlier AIX releases.

Day 1
## (00:30) Welcome
## (00:50) Unit 1: Introduction to AIX and IBM Power systems
## (00:30) Exercise 1
## (00:30) Unit 2: AIX system management tools
## (00:30) Exercise 2
## (01:20) Unit 3: AIX software installation and maintenance
## (00:20) Exercise 3
## (01:00) Unit 4: System configuration and devices
## (00:30) Exercise 4

Day 2
## (00:25 Unit 5: TCP/IP networking
## (00:15) Exercise 5
## (00:40) Unit 6: System startup and shutdown
## (00:30) Exercise 6
## (00:30) Unit 7: Basics of configuring logical partitions
## (01:00) Exercise 7
## (01:00) Unit 8: AIX installation
## (01:00) Exercise 8
## (00:45) Unit 9: Working with the Logical Volume Manager

Day 3
## (01:10) Exercise 9
## (00:50) Unit 10: File systems administration
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AIX Basics

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Canada IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Mississauga, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Canada
  V

This course enables you to perform everyday tasks using the AIX operating system. Learn how to manage AIX files and directories, use the vi editor and AIX utilities, and customize the working environment.

Day 1
## Unit 1 - Introduction to AIX
## Unit 2 - Using the System
## Exercise 1 - Using the System
## Unit 3 - AIX Documentation
## Exercise 2 - AIX Documentation
## Unit 4 - Files and Directories
## Exercise 3 - Files and Directories
## Unit 5 - Using Files
## Exercise 4 - Using Files

Day 2
## Unit 6 - File Permissions
## Exercise 5 - File Permissions
## Unit 7 - The vi Editor
## Exercise 6 - The vi Editor
## Unit 8 - Shell Basics
## Exercise 7 - Shell Basics
## Unit 9 - Using Shell Variables
## Exercise 8 - Using Shell Variables

Day 3
## Unit 10 - Processes
## Unit 11 - Controlling Processes
## Exercise 9 - Controlling Processes
## Unit 12 - Customizing the User Environment
## Exercise 10 - Customizing the User Environment
## Unit 13 - AIX Utilities, Part I
## Exercise 11 - AIX Utilities (1)
## Unit 13 - AIX Util... [Read More]

DB2 10 for LUW: Basic Administration for AIX

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Canada IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Mississauga, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Canada
  V

This course teaches you to perform, basic database administrative tasks using DB2 10.1 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows. These tasks include creating and populating databases and implementing a logical design to support recovery requirements. The access strategies selected by the DB2 Optimizer will be examined using the DB2 Explain tools.

Day 1
## (00:30) Welcome
## (00:45) Unit 1: Overview of DB2 on Linux, UNIX and Windows
## (00:45) Unit 2: Command Line Processor (CLP) and GUI usage
## (00:45) Unit 3: The DB2 Database Manager Instance
## (00:40) Exercise 1: Create a New DB2 Instance
## (02:00) Unit 4: Creating databases and data placement
## (00:45) Exercise 2: Creating databases and data placement

Day 2
## (01:30) Unit 5: Creating database objects
## (00:45) Exercise 3: Create objects
## (02:00) Unit 6: Moving data
## (01:00) Exercise 4: Moving data

Day 3
## (02:00) Unit 7: Backup and recovery
## (01:00) Exercise 5: Backup and recovery
## (02:00) Unit 8: Database Maintenance, Monitoring and Problem Determination
## (01:00) Exercise 6: Using DB2 Tools for Performance<... [Read More]

UNIX / AIX User Essentials

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge UK IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Aberdeen, Bath, Bristol, Leeds, London, Wokingham, United Kingdom

Introduction to AIX
## Using the System
## AIX Documentation
## Files and Directories
## Using Files
## File Permissions
## The vi Editor
## Shell Basics
## Using Shell Variables
## Customizing the User Environment

TCP/IP for AIX Administrators

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge UK IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Aberdeen, Bath, Bristol, Leeds, London, Wokingham, United Kingdom
  V

Learn to begin implementing, using, and troubleshooting TCP/IP, generic remote commands, DSH, SSH, VLANs, Dynamic DNS, DHCP, static and dynamic routing, network availability, and NFS (V3 and V4).

This course provides essential core fundamental skills which are required as a prerequisite when taking further Power system/AIX education in advanced AIX, virtualization, high availability, and clustering. It is designed specifically for AIX version 7 but is also applicable to previous versions.

Day 1
## Welcome
## Unit 1: Network concepts
## Exercise 1: TCP/IP concepts
## Unit 2: Configuring TCP/IP
## Exercise 2: Configuring TCP/IP
## Unit 3: inetd remote command services
## Exercise 3: The inetd daemon and remote command inetd services

Day 2
## Unit 4: OpenSSH
## Exercise 4: OpenSSH
## Unit 5: VLAN theory
## Exercise 5: Configuring VLANs
## Unit 6: Routing
## Exercise 6: Routing
## Unit 7: Network availability

Day 3
## Exercise 7: Network availability (optional)
## Unit 8: DNS and BIND
## Exercise 8: Configuring a DNS domain
## Unit 9: DHCP
Read More]

POWER8 Systems and AIX Enhancements

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge UK IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Aberdeen, Bath, Bristol, Leeds, London, Wokingham, United Kingdom
  V

This course is designed to provide continuing education for system administrators who have extensive experience with previous levels of POWER hardware, PowerVM, and AIX. It covers various enhancements to POWER hardware and firmware and to the AIX operating system. It starts with an overview of POWER8 architecture and equipment. It then proceeds with discussions on various software and firmware enhancements (including PowerVM 2.2.3 and AIX 7.1 TL3). These enhancements include eight thread SMT, simplified SEA configuration, SR-IOV support, and other enhancements.

Course Content
## Unit 1 - What’s new in POWER hardware Unit 2 - PowerVM and HMC enhancements
## Unit 2 - PowerVM and HMC enhancements (continued)
## Unit 3 - SMT enhancements
## Unit 4 - Miscellaneous AIX enhancements

Power Systems and AIX Differences Workshop

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge UK IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Aberdeen, Bath, Bristol, Leeds, London, Wokingham, United Kingdom
  V

course covers various enhancements to Power hardware and firmware and to the AIX operating system. It starts with an overview of POWER7 architecture and equipment. It then proceeds with discussions and hands-on exercises on various software and firmware enhancements (ranging from AIX 6.1 TL2 and PowerVM 2.1.0 through AIX 7.1 TL0 and PowerVM 2.2.1). These enhancements include Virtual Fibre Channel, Active Memory Sharing, Active Memory Expansion, 4 thread SMT, and other enhancements to the areas of AIX security, performance, and workload partitions.

Course Objectives
Discuss the POWER7 architectural design basics
Discuss POWER7 systems product details
Describe and implement SMT4.
Describe and implement Active Memory Expansion (AME)
Migrate an AIX5.2 LPARs to AIX7.1 versioned WPARs
Describe and implement the AIX Runtime Expert enhancements
Describe and implement Domain RBAC
Describe changes to SUMA
Describe AIX RAS enhancements
Discuss and implement enhancements to AIX security, including Domain RBAC.
Describe AIX networking and storage enhancements
Describe and implement AIX Workload Partiti... [Read More]

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