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01000 Courses held by ICSS Ltd.
01001
01002 Fundamental System Skills in OS/390 and z/OS
01003 Review z/Architecture and z/OS
01004 An introduction to ISPF and ISPF/PDF
01005 Working with ISPF/PDF
01006 Working with TSO/E
01007 Working with JCL
01008 UNIX System Services
01009
01010 Parallel Sysplex Implementation
01011 Sysplex overview and definitions
01012 Configuration and systems management in a sysplex
01013 HCD and sysplex connectivity
01014 HMC overview and navigation
01015 Base sysplex migration to Parallel Sysplex
01016 Start the CFRM policy with the IXC structures and verify their use for XCF signaling
01017 CF architecture
01018 CF features and exploiters
01019 Global Resource Serialization (GRS) Star
01020 Job Entry Subsystem 2 (JES2)
01021 System logger
01022 Security Server Resource Access Control Facility (RACF)
01023 Workload Manager (WLM)
01024 Parallel Sysplex recovery
01025
01026 OS/390 REXX Programming
01027 Introduction
01028 REXX language basics
01029 Professional programming techniques
01030 Advanced REXX
01031 Other REXX interfaces
01032 REXX and Operating System Services
01033
01034 OS/390 JCL and Utilities
01035 Introduction to JCL
01036 JOB, EXEC and DD statements
01037 DD parameters a second look
01038 Introduction to utilities and conditional execution
01039 Data management, organization, and format
01040 Procedures
01041 More about utilities
01042 More on procedures
01043 Selected JCL topics
01044 Sort/merge
01045 Multivolume and tape allocation
01046 ABENDs
01047
01048 z/OS Operations
01049 Review of zSeries and z/OS
01050 Overview of JES and TSO
01051 Facility/Program Development Facility (ISPF/PDF) panels
01052 z/OS data sets
01053 z/OS IPL flow
01054 z/OS consoles operation
01055 z/OS commands
01056 Controlling z/OS networking, transaction processing, and database applications
01057
01058 OS/390 JES2 Facilities and Implementation
01059 JES2 facilities
01060 JES2 initialization
01061 SDSF and security issues
01062 Controlling JES2 processes
01063 Spool volume configuration
01064 Checkpoint configurations
01065 Network Job Entry (NJE), Remote Job Entry (RJE), and Systems Network Architecture (SNA) concepts and terminology
01066 JES2 exits and problem determination
01067
01068 OS/390 Facilities
01069 z/OS Overview
01070 Explain the differences between z/OS base elements and optional features
01071 Describe the types of services that z/OS provides
01072 Name the server solutions included in z/OS
01073 Identify some of the benefits of having server solutions integrated in z/OS
01074 Storage management
01075 Explain the virtual storage concept
01076 Describe the different storage areas in an address space
01077 Translate a virtual address to a real address
01078 Describe the differences between address spaces, data spaces, and hiperspaces
01079 Define the differences between paging and swapping
01080 Define the three types of coupling facility structures
01081 Describe the purpose of a coupling facility
01082 Explain the purpose of Cross-system Extended Services (XES)
01083
01084 Managing work
01085 Tasks
01086 I/O processing
01087 z/OS operating system
01088 Data management
01089 Job management
01090 Initial program load (IPL) and system initialization
01091 Termination and recovery analysis
01092 Installing and configuring
01093 Communicating
01094 Security in z/OS
01095 OS/390 Specialist
01096 JES2
01097
01098 S/390 Hardware Management Console Operations
01099 zSeries 800, zSeries 900 and S/390 9672 and 9674 hardware overview
01100 HMC familiarization, setup, operation, and error recovery
01101 Power up, Power-On Reset (POR), and Initial Program Load (IPL)
01102 Building groups, profiles, and using the various tasks
01103 Handling exceptions, hardware messages, and operating system messages
01104
01105 VSAM and Access Method Services
01106 Introduction to VSAM data sets
01107 ICF catalogs
01108 IDCAMS commands, part
01109 Buffering
01110 VSAM integrity and security
01111 Tuning
01112 Alternate indexes
01113 Advanced functions and extended format data sets
01114 Data set reorganization, backup, and recovery
01115 Management and problem analysis aids
01116 Local and global shared resources
01117 CICS VSAM recovery
01118 Application coding considerations
01119
01120 Basics of OS/390 RACF Administration
01121 Review of z/Architecture and z/OS
01122 An introduction to ISPF and ISPF/PDF
01123 An introduction to data sets
01124 Batch processing
01125 Security and RACF overview
01126 Administering groups and users
01127 Protecting z/OS data sets
01128 Introduction to general resources
01129 RACF options
01130 Other administrative facilities and features
01131
01132 Effective RACF Administration
01133 Security and z/OS Security Server RACF overview
01134 Administering groups and users
01135 Protecting z/OS data sets
01136 Introduction to general resources
01137 RACF database, tables and performance options
01138 Cryptography and the digital certificate
01139 RACF utilities and exits
01140 RACF options
01141 Auditing the RACF environment
01142 Storage management and RACF
01143 Security for Job Entry Subsystem (JES) facilities
01144 Security classification
01145
01146 z/OS Security Server RACF, Implementation and Customization
01147
01148 Exploiting the Advanced Features of RACF
01149
01150 z/OS Security Server RACF and Integrated Security Services - Update
01151
01152 Implementing and Using LDAP on z/OS
01153
01154 Introducing z/OS UNIX System Services
01155
01156 z/OS UNIX System Services Implementation
01157
01158 CICS Introduction
01159 CICS overview
01160 The components of CICS
01161 Components of CICS Application Design
01162 CICS Application Programming
01163 Screen Presentation Facilities
01164 Resource definition
01165 CEMT transaction
01166 Recovery/restart
01167 File and database management
01168 Queuing facilities of CICS
01169 CICS intersystem communication
01170 Client/Server
01171
01172 CICS TS for OS/390 V1. Basic Tailoring
01173 Tailor a basic CICS TS system to support an application description
01174 Define the major functions and definitions
01175 Identify operating system requirements
01176 Describe steps to install and incorporate CICS into an OS/390 system
01177 Identify procedures to install the first application
01178 Identify the functions of the basic system control commands
01179 Identify CICS statistics major categories
01180 State requirements to collect monitor data
01181 Identify information sources for basic problem determination
01182 List functions of intercommunication facilities
01183 Describe how DBCTL interfaces with CICS
01184
01185 CICS TS Family Fundamentals
01186 CICS introduction
01187 CICS supplied transactions
01188 Application design (presentation logic, business logic, data logic)
01189 Application programming
01190 Resource definition
01191 Recovery/restart
01192 File and database facilities
01193 Data queuing facilities
01194 CICS intercommunication
01195 CICS and the client/server environment
01196 CICS platforms
01197
01198 CICS Application Programming
01199 CICS application programming environments
01200 Designing CICS applications
01201 Presentation logic alternatives
01202 Basic CICS commands
01203 LINK/DPL/ECI/EXCI commands for program to program control
01204 Map definition and usage
01205 CEDF/CEDX/CMAC/CECI/CEBR
01206 Reading and updating VSAM files and DB2 tables
01207 Creating and using TD and TS queues
01208 User-tailored sign-on and sign-off procedures
01209 Program and storage management
01210 Menu navigation and methods of passing data
01211 Providing field level help pop-ups and screens
01212 Starting and synchronizing tasks and using timer services
01213 Using CICS recovery facilities
01214 Advanced user interface techniques
01215 Online printing
01216 Using CICS data tables
01217 Resource definition for programmers
01218 Programming for maximum performance
01219
01220 CICS Transaction Debugging
01221 CICS overview
01222 Information sources
01223 CICS on-line Debugging
01224 Traces
01225 Dump Overview
01226 Using Dumps
01227 Methodologies
01228 CICS Debugging Cookbook
01229
01230 CICS/ESA Problem Analysis
01231 Introduction to problem analysis
01232 CICS TS architecture and structure
01233 Supplied tools and utilities
01234 The trace table
01235 The system dump
01236 System abends
01237 System loops
01238 System waits
01239 Storage violations
01240 Connection architecture
01241 MVS CICS logger
01242
01243 CICS DB2 Interface for System Programmers
01244 Introduction to DB2
01245 CICS DB2 attachment
01246 Attachment installation considerations
01247 Attachment operations
01248 Recovery and restart
01249 Security
01250 Application considerations
01251 Performance issues
01252 Problem determination
01253 Summary
01254 CICS TS for OS/390 attachment update
01255
01256 CICS Plex System Manager/ESA introduction
01257 CPSM concepts: CICSPlex, system groups, data repository, maintenance point
01258 CPSM Functions: operations, single point of control and definition, SSI, WLM, RTA, MON, BAS, API, and security
01259 CPSM components and interfaces: terminology and external interfaces
01260 CPSM infrastructure: CAS, CMAS, ESSS, MAS, and MAS agents
01261
01262 CICS Plex System Manager/ESA Administration
01263 Installation
01264 Topology
01265 WLM
01266 RTA
01267 MON
01268 BAS
01269 Application Program Interface (API)
01270 Security
01271
01272 ISPF/PDF for OS/390
01273 Using TSO
01274 ISPF Browse, View, Edit
01275 ISPF Utilities
01276 ISPF Processing Flow
01277 Batch Job Processing
01278 ISPF Version 4 Facilities
01279
01280 ISPF Dialog Management
01281 Introduction
01282 Starting ISPF
01283 Basic Panel Design
01284 Invoking Services from a Procedure
01285 Processing via the Panel
01286 Screen Sizes and Messages
01287 Selection Panels
01288 Tutorial/Help Panels
01289 Dialog Variables
01290 Table Creation and Definition
01291 Table Display Facilities and Row Services
01292 Further ISPF Table Services
01293 Searching Tables
01294 File Tailoring Services
01295 CUA Access and Advanced Panel Design
01296 Introduction to Dialog Tag Language
01297
01298 SMP/E for OS/390
01299 SMP/E SYSMOD structure
01300 Consolidated Software Inventory (CSI) structure, zones, and entries
01301 SMP/E execution requirements
01302 SMP/E commands, RECEIVE, APPLY, ACCEPT, RESTORE, and BUILDMCS
01303
01304 IBM TotalStorage Enterprise Storage Server Implementation
01305 Describe the hardware components of the ESS
01306 Describe the architectural benefits of the ESS
01307 Use the ESS Specialist to view the ESS Logical Configuration
01308 Use the ESS Specialist to modify the ESS Logical Configuration
01309 Describe the recommended data placement for performance and tuning
01310 Describe the use of PPRC for synchronous remote copy
01311 Describe the use of FlashCopy for data duplication
01312 Describe the StorWatch Expert reports on capacity data for the ESS
01313 Describe the StorWatch Expert performance reports for the ESS
01314 IBM TotalStorage DS8000 Implementation Workshop
01315 Learn details on the DS8000 storage subsystem
01316 Describe the virtualization concepts of the IBM TotalStorage DS8000.
01317 Learn how to use the DSCLI commands to configure the DS8000 subsystem
01318 Use the DS Storage Management GUI to configure the DS8000 subsystem
01319 Learn how to configure the DS8000 for performance
01320 Attach Open Systems Hosts to the DS8000
01321 Understand Multi-path operations and the use of SDD
01322 Understand the DS8000 Copy Services functions
01323 FlashCopy
01324 Remote Mirror
01325 Understand how to use the DSCLI for Copy Services commands
01326 Learn about the iSeries attachment considerations
01327
01328 Introduction to storage networking
01329
01330 Planning and Implementing a Storage Area Network
01331
01332 IBM Totalstorage Virtual Tape Server Concepts
01333
01334 Totalstorage SAN Volume Controller
01335
01336 DFSMS Implementation
01337 DFSMS overview
01338 Activating SMS
01339 Writing ACS routines
01340 Managing temporary data sets
01341 Exploiting DFSMS
01342 Managing permanent data sets
01343 Using Naviquest
01344 Device preparation and data movement
01345 Controlling DFSMS
01346 Additional considerations
01347
01348 DFSMSHSM Implementation
01349 Functional environment
01350 Creating the DFSMShsm environment
01351 Space management
01352 Availability management - backup
01353 Availability management - dump
01354 Recovery
01355
01356 Analyzing and Managing DFSMS Tape Data
01357 Use the Volume Mount Analyzer to identify tape data that may be redirected to system-managed DASD
01358 (Tape Mount Management) or to an IBM Magstar Virtual Tape Server (VTS)
01359 Use the DFSMSdfp Starter Set in implementing Tape Mount Management
01360 Implement system-managed tape using an IBM 3494 or 3495 Tape Library Dataserver
01361
01362 Installing and Tailoring Your VM/ESA System
01363 VM/ESA Overview
01364 Installing VM/ESA
01365 VM/ESA User Directory
01366 VMSES/E Overview
01367 Tailoring CMS
01368 Tailoring CP
01369 Defining devices in VM/ESA
01370 VM/ESA Saved Segments
01371
01372 z/VM RACF and DIRMAINT Implementation
01373 DirMaint and RACF overview
01374 DirMaint implementation
01375 DirMaint operations and commands
01376 DirMaint additional commands
01377 RACF overview
01378 RACF implementation
01379 RACF commands
01380 RACF processes
01381 RACF DSMON, Report Writer, and backups
01382 RACF and ISPF dual registration
01383
01384 VM/ESA Operating
01385 Introduction
01386 Something More than VM Basics
01387 System Startup
01388 Basics of VM Operation
01389 VM Operation
01390 Guest Systems running under VM
01391 Networking in VM
01392 Additional Important Features
01393 Automatic Operations
01394
01395 VM/ESA Tuning
01396 Capacity Planning
01397 Configuring processor storage
01398 N-way, CMOS, and master processor performance considerations
01399 Minidisk cache information
01400 Connectivity options
01401 Common performance problems and solutions
01402 Hardware Related Tips
01403 Performance and Monitor Data Collection
01404 VM/ESA performance products
01405 spool file initialization performance
01406 Understanding poor performance due to paging increases
01407 VM Scheduler
01408 VM/ESA data in memory techniques
01409
01410 Introduction to CMS
01411 An Introduction to VM systems
01412 Controlling your virtual machine
01413 Fullscreen CMS
01414 Using the System Product Editor (XEDIT)
01415 Adapting CMS to your tastes
01416 More Advanced XEDIT
01417 Communication between virtual machines
01418
01419 VSPASCAL
01420 VSPASCAL command
01421 PASCRUN command
01422 Statements
01423
01424 TCP/IP networking
01425 TCP/IP Structure
01426 Architecture and standards
01427 The Logical Network
01428 Protocols
01429 Applications
01430
01431 VTAM/APPN Concepts and Implementation
01432 APPN Connection Management
01433 Topology Database and Exchange
01434 APPN Directory Services
01435 Session Establishment
01436 APPN High Performance Routing
01437
01438 Data Communications Environment
01439 Network Overview
01440 Workstation and Terminal Standards
01441 Local Area Networks and Protocols
01442 Wide Area Networks and Protocols
01443 LAN Interconnection
01444 Line Adapters
01445 SNA
01446 TCP/IP
01447 Network Operating Systems
01448 Network Management
01449
01450 VTAM and NCP SNA Implementation
01451 SNA review
01452 VTAM Basic Concepts
01453 NCP Basic Concepts
01454 Subarea routing
01455 Cross-domain Communication
01456
01457 Linux Implementation for System z
01458
01459 Installing, Configuring, and Servicing z/VM
01460
01461 z/VM Introduction and Concepts
01462
01463 Hardware Configuration and Definition (HCD) for z/OS
01464
01465 Advanced HCD Coding for OS/390 and z/OS
01466
01467 z/OS Installation Using ServerPac
01468
01469 zFS - The USS Filesystem Implementation and Migration from HFS
01470
01471 DB2 SQL workshop
01472 Introduction
01473 Simple SQL queries
01474 Retrieving data from multiple tables
01475 Scalar functions and arithmetic
01476 Column functions and grouping
01477 Union
01478 Using subqueries
01479 Maintaining data
01480 DB2 administration
01481 Basic architecture and fundamental mechanisms
01482 Distributed overview
01483 Installation and Migration Procedures
01484 Internal Resource Lock Manager (IRLM)
01485 System security
01486 DB2 program flow for all environments
01487 DB2 authorization
01488 DB2 audit facility
01489 Logging
01490 Application recovery
01491 Transaction flow in Information Management System (IMS) and CICS
01492 CICS - DB2 environment
01493 Operations (monitoring and controlling DB2)
01494 System recovery/restart
01495 IMS environments
01496 WebSphere - DB2 environment
01497 An introduction to DB2 performance
01498 Buffer pool tuning
01499
01500 DB2 for OS/390 Application Data Recovery
01501 Supporting Data Recovery
01502 Data and index recovery
01503 Application Recovery
01504
01505 QMF on S/390
01506 Execute SQL queries from QMF
01507 Save QMF objects (queries, forms and procs)
01508 Have QMF create table descriptions
01509 Write queries using the Prompted Query Language
01510 Use QMF forms to tailor reports
01511 Use QMF commands and writw QMF command procedures
01512
01513 Fundamentals of mainframe systems
01514 A course at Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Informatics
01515 With more then 100 student from 2004
01516 History of the mainframes
01517 Architecture changes through the years: S/360, S/370, S/370XA, S/390ESA, zSeries
01518 Operating system fundamentals: OS/MFT to z/OS, DOS to VSE, VM to z/VM
01519 Important algorithms (statistical paging, scheduling)
01520 SAN fundamentals
01521 Security fundamentals (RACF, VM privclass, dirmaint)
01522 High availability and disaster tolerance fundamentals
01523 Practical training of using VM/CMS
01524 Login, logout, disconnect
01525 Using dirmaint
01526 Prefix and line commands of XEDIT
01527 Write PROFILE XEDIT
01528 SFS and SFS security
01529 CP commands
01530 Write PROFILE EXEC
01531
01532 zSeries Operating Systems I.
01533 A course at Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Informatics
01534 Introduction to z/OS
01535 ISPF
01536 Menu structure
01537 PDF
01538 Dataset panel
01539 Editor
01540 Find, prefix commands in 3.4
01541 TSO
01542 JCL
01543 SDSF
01544 JOB
01545 EXEC
01546 DD
01547 IF, THEN, ELSE, ENDIF
01548 JOBLIB, STEPLIB, JCLLIB
01549
01550 zSeries Operating Systems II.
01551 A course at Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Informatics
01552 Introduction to Linux
01553 Gentoo distribution
01554 Debian distribution
01555 Installing Linux on zSeries
01556 Configuring Linux on zSeries
01557
01558 zSeries data processing
01559 A course at Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Informatics
01560 Storage management in z/OS
01561 DFSMSdfp
01562 Dataclass
01563 Storageclass
01564 Managementclass
01565 Storagegroup
01566 ACS routines
01567 HSM installation
01568 HSM commands
01569 HSM parameters
01570 Fundamentals of RMM
01571
01572 COBOL
01573 A course at Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Informatics
01574 Divisions in a program: IDENTIFICATION, ENVIRONMENT, PROCEDURE
01575 Sections: CONFIGURATION, WORKING-STORAGE, LINKAGE
01576 Statements: PERFORM, MOVE, DISPLAY, CALL, IF, END-IF
01577 Record structure
01578
01579 zSeries software
01580 A course at Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Informatics
01581 Programming under z/VM
01582 REXX
01583 Basic commands: say, if, then, else, endif, do, while, until, ...
01584 Scientific use: numeric digits
01585 Association memory constructs
01586 Exception handling
01587 Writing XEDIT scripts
01588 Writing client-server programs
01589 PIPE
01590 Device driver stages: literal, >, append, preface, ...
01591 Filter stages: locate, tolabel, take, ...
01592 Record processing: split, specs, ...
01593 Writing own stage commands: readto, output, peekto, callpipe, ...
01594 Multistream pipes: faninany, fanout, merge, ....
01595
01596 zSeries architecture and the Assembler programming language I
01597 A course at Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Informatics
01598 Architecture of S/360, S/370, S/370XA, S/390ESA, zSeries systems
01599 Memory addressing with 24, 31, 64 bit
01600 Using a typeless language
01601 Using HLASM
01602 using trace
01603 Assembler statements:
01604 L, LH, LR, LA ,ST
01605 CVD, CVB, UNPK, PACK
01606 OI, NI, A, AR, SH, XI
01607 C CR, B, BR, BNH, BZ, BNE, BCT
01608 AP, SP, DP, ZAP, MVO
01609 MVC, MVN, MVI, IC
01610 TM, TR, TRT, EX
01611 DS, DC
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01613 zSeries architecture and the Assembler programming language II
01614 A course at Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Informatics
01615 Deep knowledge of the machine code
01616 Interrupt handling
01617 Creating own (simulated) machine statement
01618 Channel programming
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