The Work Management for System Administrators series describes how to perform many of the work management tasks required for an IBM i system. The series describes how to create and manage subsystems, job descriptions, classes, and output queues. It also shows how to change system values and enable the job accounting capabilities of your IBM i system. You will learn techniques for streamlining IBM i operations, including scheduling jobs automatically, having the system automatically respond to selected messages, having commands entered automatically at IPL, and creating simplified versions of IBM i commands. The series also describes how to monitor and tune the performance of your system.
Approximate Study Time for the Entire Series: 11-15 hours
This series contains the following courses:
This series is intended for anyone responsible for managing the system activity of an IBM i system. System administrators, system programmers, and system operators would be personnel operating in this job capacity.
All courses in this series assume that you have a basic knowledge of IBM i facilities. You can satisfy this prerequisite by successfully completing the courses in the Introduction to the IBM i Environment series.
You may also have obtained these skills by taking other courses or through relevant work experience.