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Introduction to System Programming on IBM Z

This course provides hands-on labs to everyday z/OS tasks with JCL, JES, ISHELL and HFS, and z/OSMF. Topics covered include VSAM, z/OS System Libraries, the Language Environment, Generation Data Groups, RAIM, DB2, UNIX System Services, and USS File System.

Introduction to System Programming on IBM Z

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Starts Jul 28
Estimated 3 weeks
10–12 hours per week
Self-paced
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Free
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This course provides hands-on labs to everyday z/OS tasks with JCL, JES, ISHELL and HFS, and z/OSMF. Topics covered include VSAM, z/OS System Libraries, the Language Environment, Generation Data Groups, RAIM, DB2, UNIX System Services, and USS File System.

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Introduction to System Programming on IBM Z

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The foundational knowledge for the position of an IBM z/OS System Programmer and System Administrator begins with this third and final course in the three course track. Take the first two courses here to complete the learning journey:

Introduction to IBM z/OS Mainframe (Course 1)
Introduction to z/OS Commands and Panels on IBM Z (Course 2 )

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