SA z/OS - Automation Definitions Introduction and Workshop
The SA z/OS - Automation Definitions Introduction and Workshop course, begins by describing the key Entry Types that can be defined in an SA z/OS policy database, and their purpose. Following this, a workshop-style module provides you with hands-on exercises used to create an application, application group and related automation definitions.
This course is suitable for IBM Z System Automation administrators who are required to define system and application automation.
Successful completion of the Interskill SA z/OS - IBM Z System Automation course, or equivalent knowledge.
After completing this course the student will be able to:
- Identify Key Entry Type Definitions
- Explain When and Where Key Entry Types Are Required
- Explain How Entry Types Are Linked to Other Entries
- Describe How to Define a PDB
- Explain the Steps Needed to Develop and Add Applications to a PDB
- Create Entries in a PDB
- Describe How to Distribute Configuration Files
IBM System Automation for z/OS - Introduction to Automation Definitions
Basic Policy Database Entries
Defining the Enterprise
Linking Systems to a Sysplex
Events and Linked Triggers
Monitor Resource Entries
IBM System Automation for z/OS - Defining Automation Entry Types
Identifying Application Requirements
Creating a Policy Database
Adding System Entries to a Group
Defining Applications and Application Groups
Linking Applications to Application Groups
Setting Resource Preferences
Creating Service Periods
Building and Distributing Configuration Files
SA z/OS - Automation Definitions Introduction and Workshop Mastery Test
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