Presents concepts and functions of the z/OS operating system. Topics include virtual storage, Job Control Language, data management, data set organization, compilers, and linkage editor. Introduces basic structures and concepts of JCL from describing a job, running programs, describing data, working with input data and output data to coding a complete job.
Any programmers, computer operators, system analysts, system programmers and others requiring a basic understanding of z/OS as an operating system. It also provides a useful introduction for delegates requiring more in depth training in other areas of the IBM Mainframe including TSO, JCL, COBOL, PL/I, Assembler, REXX etc.
There are no prerequisites for this course other than a basic understanding of IT.
To introduce delegates to the z/OS operating system and the IBM mainframes on which is runs. It introduces z/OS terminology and explains the main concepts employed by z/OS in performing its functions.
Key Topics:z/OS Introduction
The z/OS Operating System
Looking after Data in z/OS
Running Work in z/OS
The Operators View of z/OS
Looking after z/OS
Last modified: 30-Dec-2008