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Mainframe Systems Programmer – Hardware and Software Foundations 2.4

Mainframe Systems Programmer – Hardware and Software Foundations 2.4

This credential earner can describe how mainframe computing has evolved and can identify current mainframe hardware models, how they are connected, and their key hardware components. They can explain how mainframe data is stored and processed and describe the types of processors and their purpose. This person can identify core software used on the mainframe, and how a z/OS system can be configured.

Earning Criteria

  • Interskill eLearning Course: Introduction to the IBM Z Systems 2.4
  • Interskill eLearning Course: IBM Z Hardware Models 2.4
  • Interskill eLearning Course: IBM (z/OS) – Introduction to the IBM Enterprise Environment 2.4
  • Interskill Certificate Video: IBM Mainframe Systems Programmer Level I Certificate – Introducing Systems Programming
  • Interskill eLearning Course: IBM (z/OS) – z/OS Systems Programming Fundamentals 2.4
  • Interskill eLearning Course: Parallel Sysplex – Fundamentals 2.4
  • Interskill eLearning Course: Introduction to Cloud Computing
  • Interskill eLearning Course: z/OS – System Shutdown and IPL Simulations 2.4
  • Interskill Certificate Exam: IBM Mainframe Systems Programmer Level I Certificate – Midterm I Exam 2.4

Total estimated hours: 23:30

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