z/VM and Linux Connectivity and Management (ZV10G)
Who should attend
This course is intended for IT professionals who will be responsible for the support of Linux guest running in the z/VM environment. It assumes that these persons will have some experience in the VM/ESA or z/VM environment.
Basic Linux or UNIX skills and zSeries and z/VM basics.
This course will introduce the students to advanced topics in z/VM 4.4.0, in two major areas, Connectivity and System Management.
Implementation of Advanced functions in TCP/IP will be discussed in the classroom lecture Environment with accompanying labs.
Topics would include: Obey file, HiperSockets, Guest LANs, Routing (Static versus Dynamic), MPROUTE Server, QIDO and OSD connectivity options.
In the area of system management students would be introduced to automation functions, collecting performance data, and using performance analysis tools for z/VM and Linux.
Topics would include: Programmable Operator, Observer and CP Send, XAUTOLOG/FORCE, RMF PMS, and Performance Toolkit.