IBM i System Administration - OL19G

PT21071
Summary
Learn how to plan for, implement, and manage the ongoing operations of an IBM i. Emphasis is on security, system availability, backup and recovery, system software management, and problem determination. Also, get an introduction to the architecture and terminology of the IBM i.
Prerequisites
You should: complete System Operator Workshop for IBM i (AS24G) have responsibility for implementing the security features available for IBM i have responsibility for the implementation of a backup and recovery plan and system availability for your Power Systems with IBM i
Duration
5 Days
Audience
This is an intermediate course intended for IBM i system administrators, data processing managers and other individuals who implement and manage security, backup and recovery, system software and problem determination. This course is not recommended for system operators.
Topics
Describe and implement the components of IBM i security, such as user profile, group profile, authorization list, adopted authority and object / resource securityDevelop a security plan for your Power Systems with IBM iDescribe the options to implement security auditingDevelop a plan to audit security on your Power Systems with IBM iDescribe the IBM i availability products and features and choose the option(s) that best fit your company requirementsDescribe how to backup and recover user, IBM and full system data on your Power Systems with IBM iDevelop a backup and recovery plan for your Power Systems with IBM iDescribe the system diagnostics and problem determination procedures available on your Power Systems with IBM iSystems w/TPSCognitive SystemsAIX / IBM i MarketAIX / IBM iSoftware - IBM i System (not HPC, nor VA Linux)

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