This course is designed to give the student a basic knowledge of Control-M Workload Automation, automated scheduling for Windows, UNIX/Linux, and z/OS mainframe platforms. The student will learn how the system is designed and managed, how to define job schedules, monitor job activity, and how to use the powerful facilities provided by the MS-Windows user interface.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
4 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for anyone involved in implementing, maintaining or using Control-M Workload Automation.
- The Control-M Workload Automation System Architecture, Components, and Terminology
- Comparing Enterprise Manager v.7 and Workload Automation
- Using the Control-M Workload Automation User Interface (UI)
- Screen Characteristics, and components of the UI
- Domains: Planning, Monitoring, History, Forecast, and Tools
- Using Workspaces, The Active Jobs Database, and Folders
- Creating Job and Scheduling definitions
- Using Control-M Variables in Job definitions, Scripts, and Notifications
- Using Rule-based, and Regular Calendars to define job execution schedules
- Understanding and using Conditions and Resources
- Notification, and ON/DO post-processing actions
- Job Ordering and Monitoring
- Managing alerts
- Handling abnormal Job completion
- Creating Reports