U4147S Concepts and Facilities for HP NonStop Systems

PT8380
Summary
This course is an extensive introduction to HP NonStop servers and to the system software that makes them reliable, scalable, open, and fast. It also covers NonStop server application, database, networking, security, and operations environment topics and is the foundation and prerequisite for most other NonStop courses. The course is 60 percent lecture and 40 percent hands-on labs using HP servers.
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic computer and IT concepts
Duration
4 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
Application designers and developersSystem managers and network managersData communications programmersTechnical support personnel
Topics
  • An Introduction to HP NonStop Systems
  • NonStop Technical Library (NTL)
  • NonStop Operating System (OS)
  • Guardian Environment
  • The Open System Services (OSS) Environment
  • Requesters and Servers
  • Pathway Application Environment
  • Application Services
  • Application Development Environment
  • Database Management
  • NonStop Transaction Management Facility (TMF) and Remote Database Facility (RDF)
  • NonStop Server Hardware Architectures
  • NonStop Server System Management
  • Security
  • Networking and Data Communications
  • Information Sources and Education Planning

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