Series: z/OS UNIX System Services 2.4

z/OS UNIX – z/OS UNIX System Services Basics

Duration: 3hrs

This introductory course looks at the evolution of UNIX on the mainframe and describes how it interacts with today’s z/OS system products. It provides an overview of the z/OS UNIX System Services major components and shows typical workload processing in this environment. Details of the various file systems that are supported under z/OS UNIX are explained along with scenarios on when they would be used.

z/OS UNIX – Interacting with the z/OS UNIX System

Duration: 4hrs

This course discusses commonly used interfaces to z/OS UNIX and then concentrates on common tasks and how they are performed within those interfaces. Interfaces covered include: OMVS Shell, ISPF Shell, ISPF’s z/OS UNIX Directory List Utility, and batch processing.

z/OS UNIX – Working with z/OS UNIX

Duration: 4hrs

This course discusses commonly used interfaces to z/OS UNIX and then concentrates on common tasks and how they are performed within those interfaces. Interfaces covered include: OMVS Shell, ISPF Shell, ISPF’s z/OS UNIX Directory List Utility, and batch processing. You will also see how shell scripts are created, and will be introduced to code that is used to perform common z/OS UNIX tasks. Finally, you will discover how file security is structured and managed within z/OS UNIX, and look at some of the methods used to perform backup and recovery of z/OS UNIX files.