Training offering

Amstar Technologies Pvt Ltd

z/OS JES2 Operator Training

Information

Length: 20.0 Hours
Course code: ES28G
Delivery method:

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Classroom

Instructor Led Online

Price: 78000 INR

Session dates

Date Location  
Bangalore
78000 INR before tax
language: en
Bangalore
78000 INR before tax
language: en
Bangalore
78000 INR before tax
language: en
Bangalore
78000 INR before tax
language: en
Bangalore
78000 INR before tax
language: en
Bangalore
78000 INR before tax
language: en
Virtual IST
78000 INR before tax
language: en
Virtual IST
78000 INR before tax
language: en
Virtual IST
78000 INR before tax
language: en
Virtual IST
78000 INR before tax
language: en
Virtual IST
78000 INR before tax
language: en
Virtual IST
78000 INR before tax
language: en

Overview

This course is designed to give the z/OS Operator personnel as well as entry systems programmers an overview about JES2. The students should be able to use JES2 commands at the z/OS Console and use SDSF.

Public

This intermediate course is for z/OS Operators (console and periphery), help desk, and support personnel.

Prerequisits

You should have completed:

  • z/OS Basic System Skill (ES10)
  • z/OS System Operations (ES27)

Objective

  • Understand the z/OS environment and JES2 role
  • Start JES2 with focus on options and shutdown
  • Control JES2 with commands and SDSF
  • Control JES2 job flow, selection, and processing
  • Control output processing and printers
  • Understand z/OS influence on JES2 processing

Topics

Day 1

  • Welcome
  • Unit 1 - z/OS and JES2 overview
  • Unit 1 - SDSF demo
  • Unit 2 - Manage a JES2 subsystem
  • Exercise 1 - Start a z/OS system

Day 2

  • Review day 1
  • Exercise 1 - Start a z/OS system (continued)
  • Exercise 2 - Log on to TSO
  • Unit 3 - Control JES2
  • Exercise 3 - JES2 commands
  • Unit 4 - Checkpoint, Spool offload, printer server, NJE, RJE, and MAS

Day 3

  • Review day 2
  • Unit 4 - Checkpoint, Spool offload, printer server, NJE, RJE, and MAS (continued)
  • Exercise 4 - Spool and checkpoint management
  • Exercise 5 - System display and search facility
  • Exercise 6 - Automatic Command Facility (optional)