IBM Navigator for i, also known as the web console, is a browser-based interface to the IBM i operating system. If you have used System i Navigator, you will see that the web console provides similar capabilities. The major difference is that System i Navigator requires special software to be installed on the user's PC, while the web console uses a standard browser. IBM has announced that IBM Navigator for i is its strategic graphical interface, meaning that future enhancements will be made to Navigator for i rather than to System i Navigator.
Currently, System i Navigator courses exist throughout the Manta curriculum. These will eventually be replaced by Navigator for i courses. The System i Navigator courses will remain available for customers who are still using the older IBM product.
Approximate Study Time for the Entire Series: 8-10 hours
This series contains the following courses:
This course is intended for anyone who will use the web console to access an IBM i system. This audience includes system administrators, operators, programmers, and other personnel.
This series assumes that you understand IBM i concepts and can perform basic tasks using IBM Navigator for i. You can satisfy these prerequisites by successfully completing the Introduction to the IBM i Environment series. If you feel you already have the necessary skills, you can verify your belief by successfully completing the Competency Exam for that series.