IBM Tivoli NetView for z/OS offers an extensive set of tools for managing and maintaining complex, multivendor, multiplatform networks and systems from a single point of control. The NetView for z/OS curriculum consists of four courses. You can tailor their training by taking one or more of the following courses:NetView for z/OS 6.1 Fundamentals (TZ203), where you learn the key concepts, components, and user interfaces associated with NetView for z/OS 6.1NetView for z/OS 6.1 Automation (TZ213), which covers the automation facilities of IBM Tivoli NetView for z/OSNetView for z/OS 6.1 REXX (TZ223), where you learn how to write REXX EXECs using NetView for z/OSNetView for z/OS 6.1 PIPEs (TZ233), where you learn how to code NetView PIPEs within REXX EXECs to simplify operations and perform automation by using NetView for z/OSThis course combines the content from all four of these courses, thus providing comprehensive training for Tivoli NetView for z/OS version 6.1. It covers basic concepts, components, user interfaces, automation facilities, REXX, and PIPEs. Instructor-led discussions are reinforced with practical, hands-on lab exercises.
You must be familiar with: networking concepts and practices and the techniques for monitoring a complex environment. Familiarity with previous versions of NetView is helpful, but not required.
This intermediate-level course is for Administrators who are new to NetView for z/OS Administrators who are moving to version 6.1 from a previous version.
Describe the NetView key components and tasks Describe key functions Navigate these user interfaces: 3270 and TEP Use NetView commands Explain these user interfaces: NMC and web application Customize by using CNMSTYLE, style sheets, and reporting Explain basic IP management functions and System z networking Identify the data that is integrated from OMEGAMON XE products Identify event types that can be processed and the way that they arrive in NetView for z/OS Identify what actions are possible and where they can be routed Describe the functions provided by the message processing facility (MPF), the message revision table (MRT), and the command revision table (CRT) Implement Automation Table statements to automate messages Structure the Automation Table Manage the Automation Table Describe how to improve the efficiency of an Automation Table Use NetView timers to proactively monitor resources Describe the basics of REXX EXECs in NetView Write NetView REXX EXECS Issue commands Trap and parse messages Set and retrieve global variables Perform automation Describe the basics of NetView for z/OS PIPEs Write code for NetView PIPEs with REXX EXECSCloud & Data PlatformIntegrationCloud Platform MarketCloud Platform PortfolioNetwork Management