Do you want to be a z/OS or OS/390 professional? Are you new to working with the z/OS and OS/390 operating systems? Then this is the course for you! It will touch on the components of MVS, how JES2 works, Batch Jobs, Virtual Storage, Data Management, and OS/390 commands.
Course is designed for operators who are new to the OS/390-z/OS operating system. This course is also useful to analysts, managers, and programmers who may be unfamiliar with this operating system.
Basic understanding of operating systems is helpful but not required.
Course Objectives:Describe the OS/390 and z/OS operating systems and the IBM mainframes on which they run
Describe the MVS/JES2 syntax rules and how to use them in a MVS environment
Use MVS/JES2 commands within the scope of a Sysplex
Describe how batch jobs may be entered into the system
Describe the basic operations of TSO/ISPF
Develop existing skills and build up levels of expertise which increase the operators ability to resolve problems
Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:
Key Topics:The main functions of an operating system
The Hardware environment
Processors, Storage and I/O
The components of MVS
The Job Entry System (JES)
Data Management in MVS
Last modified: 08-Jan-2005