IBMAS54G - IBM PowerHA for I, Clustering, and IASP Implementation

The purpose of the class is to teach students how to create and use IASPs in a variety of application environments. Also, once the IASPs have been created and used in a stand-alone environment, the student will learn how to use IBM i clusters, geographic mirroring, and Copy Services to make the IASP highly available.

Objectives:

• Name the types of objects that can be placed in an IASP
• Describe the methods used to access information in an IASP
• Create an IASP
• Use an IASP to support a variety of application functions
• Manage a system with IASPs
• Describe the different availability options using clusters and IASPs
• Create a cluster
• Make an IASP highly available with geographic mirroring
• Practice switchover and failover operations
• Explain the management considerations for systems in a cluster
• Describe the use of Advanced Copy Services service offering with PowerHA

Day 1

• Welcome and orientation
• Unit 1: Introduction to IASPs
• Unit 2: Creating an IASP and making it available
• Lab 1: Create and vary on IASPs
• Unit 3: Migrating to an IASP
• Lab 2: Create a library in, and restore a library to, an IASP
• Lab 3: Create an IFS directory in, and move an IFS file to, an IASP
• Unit 4: Connecting jobs to IASPs - Part 1
• Lab 4: Connecting jobs to IASPs: Setting namespace
• Lab 5: Commands that work outside the job namespace
• Unit 5: Connecting jobs to IASPs - Part 2

Day 2

• Lab 6: Connecting batch jobs and scheduled jobs to an IASP
• Unit 6: IASP database and remote access
• Lab 7: Accessing IASPs: Setting DB connectivity
• Unit 7: Spooled output in an IASP
• Lab 8: Spool files in IASPs
• Unit 8: IASP operational considerations
• Lab 9: Print the output from the last IASP vary on
• Lab 10: Restrict access to the IASP
• Unit 9: Save and restore an IASP
• Unit 10: Multiple IASP considerations

Day 3

• Unit 11: Introduction to clusters
• Unit 12: Cluster control
• Lab 11: Create and manage a cluster
• Unit 13: Cluster device domains
• Lab 12: Add cluster nodes to a cluster device domain
• Unit 14: Configure geographic mirroring with PowerHA
• Lab 13: Create a geographic mirror and switch
• Unit 15: Manage geographic mirroring with PowerHA
• Lab 14: Geographic mirror detach/reattach

Day 4

• Lab 15: Geographic mirror failover message queue and failovers
• Unit 16: Copy Services with PowerHA
• Lab 16: Configure and perform a FlashCopy
• Unit 16: Copy Services with PowerHA (continued)
• Lab 17: Configure and perform a Metro Mirror switch
• Unit 16: Copy Services with PowerHA (continued)
• Unit 17: Administrative domains
• Lab 18: Create and manage an administrative domain
• Unit 18: Cluster partitions
• Unit 19: Managing clusters
• Unit 20: Advanced Copy Services for PowerHA

Prezzo di listino

2.200,00 EUR + IVA

Durata

  • 28 ore
  • 4 giorni

Prerequisiti

You should have an understanding of the IBM i concepts in areas such as system security, application implementation, system operations, work management, and communication.

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