z/VM – Introduction and Concepts z/VM 7.3
The z/VM - Introduction and Concepts course describes how virtualization, and in particular z/VM, has become more popular in Data Centers. It explains the benefits of virtualization and some of its challenges, and describes how virtualization is used in the cloud. Content then focuses on z/VM describing how this operating system supports virtualization.
z/VM – System Initialization and Shutdown z/VM 7.3
The z/VM - System Initialization and Shutdown course examines the processes used for z/VM start-up and shutdown.
z/VM – Monitoring and Controlling z/VM Operations z/VM 7.3
The z/VM - Monitoring and Controlling z/VM Operations course describes the tasks associated with displaying z/VM system status and activity, and management of z/VM resources.
z/VM – Managing Guest Operating Systems z/VM 7.3
The z/VM - Managing Guest Operating Systems course describes the types of guests that can be installed under z/VM. This includes the Conversational Monitor System (CMS), which is the default guest operating system that comes with z/VM. You will also look at the commands used to IPL, pause, restart, and shut down a guest operating system, and how to IPL the system automatically and manually.
z/VM – Managing CMS Files z/VM 7.3
The z/VM - Managing CMS Files course describes how to create lists of CMS files from which you can delete and rename files, and copy and compare their contents. You will also see how CMS files can be sent to other users, and how they are saved on the user's disk after transmission. You will also see how the XEDIT utility can be used to add data to a CMS file.
z/VM – Identifying and Resolving z/VM Problems z/VM 7.3
The z/VM - Identifying and Resolving z/VM Problems course looks at the tools and methods used to gather information that assists with problem resolution, and discusses how performance issues and general problems are resolved. The processes and utilities used for backup and recovery are also discussed.