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Must be the following: a student; faculty member from a higher education institution; or IBM Customer, Business Partner or IBM employee. All badge earners must be either attending or are involved in the IBM Skills Academy Program.
Received the "IBM Mainframe Foundations - Mastery Award" badge.
Teaching of Module I - IBM mainframe overview: Purpose of mainframes and their unique characteristics; Brief history of mainframes; Who uses mainframes and the value they provide; Operating systems and middleware that can run on mainframes; Six videos included in this course provide the student with a high level; overview of the mainframe environment, including the architecture, hardware and...
Teaching of Module II - Fundamental system Skills in z/OS: Introduction to the z Systems environment; z/OS security; TSO ISPF panels; TSO commands; JES and JCL; UNIX.
Teaching of Module III -IBM Mainframe Foundations: Why IBM Z?; IBM Z H/W & S/W; H/W Mgmt Console & Support Element basics; Application infrastructure; IOCDS; TSO/E review; System familiarization; Allocate new data sets; ISPF editor primary commands; ISPF editor line commands; Copy, move, rename & delete data sets & members; Data set lists; Using TSO/E commands; Use JCL & submit job; JCL exercises;...
Teaching the course under the supervision of a qualified instructor, and receiving teaching approval from the supervising instructor.
Delivering the training to at least 15 university students, faculty members, and/or professionals, and having 60% of the audience pass the final exam.