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IBM Workload Scheduler 9.4 Administration

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Objectifs

  • Describe the workstations
  • Describe the components and their interactions
  • Plan a Workload Scheduler network for your organization
  • Install and configure the components
  • Upgrade a workstation to the latest version
  • Customize how jobs run
  • Manage how users are authenticated and authorized to use Workload Scheduler
  • Demonstrate the daily planning functions
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot problems with Workload Scheduler

Programme

Introducing IBM Workload Scheduler 9.2 Administration

  • Using dynamic batch computing
  • IBM Workload Automation configurations
  • Workload Scheduler architecture
  • Workload Scheduler agents and workstations
  • Using the Dynamic Workload Console
  • Getting started with the command-line interfaces

Planning the Workload Scheduler implementation

  • Planning the Workload Scheduler architecture
  • Creating workstation and domain definitions
  • Workload Scheduler networks
  • Preparing a database
  • Checking hardware and software prerequisites
  • IBM Workload Automation users

Installing and configuring Workload Scheduler

  • Preparing for the installation
  • Choosing an installation method
  • Configuring Workload Scheduler

Upgrading Workload Scheduler

  • Planning and preparing the upgrade
  • Performing an upgrade
  • Performing ongoing maintenance

Managing the production cycle

  • Production and preproduction plans

Running agent processes

  • Workload Scheduler agent processes
  • Using the console manager
  • Configuring the job environment

Securing Workload Scheduler

  • Providing specific access
  • Configuring authentication
  • Configuring Dynamic Workload Console roles
  • Configuring user authorization

Finding and repairing problems

  • Built-in troubleshooting features
  • Checking workstation status
  • Finding log files

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