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IBM z/OS Mainframe Practitioner

  • Number of Courses4 courses
  • Duration5 hours

The learner will develop foundational skills in IBM Z hardware and software, especially around z/OS and System Administration. Through hands-on labs working on a live IBM Z server, the will gain real world experience and will be equipped to pursue a career as a mainframe application developer, system programmer, system administrator, or a DBA Practitioner. This learning path is intended to provide the foundational skills required to launch a career in the enterprise platform that powers over 68% of worldwide transactions. Companies around the world are searching for these skills to run their critical system workloads. In this series of courses, the learner will be introduced to various operating systems, mainframe applications, and get real-time hands-on experience on an IBM Z server. There are three courses in this learning path, please be sure to complete all three in order to maximize your time and effort. The technology information included will be Linux, Mainframe, SysOp, Security, z/OS. These courses were released in August 2020.

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