This course provides technical professionals with the skills that are needed to configure, customize, and administer the IBM Content Navigator web client for IBM FileNet Content Manager.
The course begins with an introduction to IBM Content Navigator. You learn how to view, add, modify, and search for content in the web client. You learn how to connect to repositories, create new desktops, define cross-repository searches, create teamspace, configure IBM Content Navigator Sync services and Edit services client, define role-based redactions, and build entry templates. You also configure external share to securely share documents with users outside of your organization. You learn how to customize the desktop appearance, modify menus, icons, and labels, create a viewer map, and register a plug-in.
IBM Content Navigator can be used to manage content from different types of repositories such as IBM FileNet Content Manager, IBM Content Manager, IBM Content Manager OnDemand, CMIS, and Box. This course focuses on IBM FileNet Content Manager.
Through instructor-led presentations and hands-on lab exercises, you learn about the core features of IBM Content Navigator.
The lab environment for this course uses Windows Server 2016 Standard Edition.
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IBM Tivoli NetView for z/OS helps you maintain the highest degree of availability of your System z networks. It offers an extensive set of tools for managing and maintaining complex, multivendor, multiplatform networks and systems from a single point of control. The full IBM Tivoli NetView for z/OS 6.1 Workshop ILT consists of four courses:
IBM Tivoli NetView for z/OS 6.1 Fundamentals (TZ203GB), which covers the key concepts, components, and user interfaces associated with NetView for z/OS 6.1. Lectures are supplemented with hands-on exercises.
IBM Tivoli NetView for z/OS 6.1 Automation (TZ213GB), where you learn about the automation facilities of IBM Tivoli NetView for z/OS. You learn the architecture of NetView as a message processor and explore the message flows in an IBM Tivoli for z/OS environment. Also, you learn how NetView can manage screen commands that are issued by operators from z/OS Multisystem Console Support (MCS) consoles. You use the information presented in class in a practical environment during hands-on lab exercises.
This course, NetView for z/OS 6.1 REXX, where you learn how to write REXX EXECs using NetView for z/OS. Restructured Extended Executor (REXX) EXECs can be written to simplify tasks that an operator might need to perform and to provide automation, both proactive and reactive. Topics include the NetView facilities that are provided to support the REXX language: NetView REXX functions, global variables, and WAIT processing. Lectures are reinforced with hands-on lab exercises.
IBM Tivoli NetView for z/OS 6.1 PIPEs (TZ233GB), where you learn how to code NetView PIPEs within REXX EXECs to simplify operations and perform automation by using NetView for z/OS. Topics include an overview of PIPEs, PIPE stages supplied by NetView, issuing commands (NetView, MVS, and VTAM) in a PIPE and processing their output, and some complex PIPE stages. Lectures are reinforced with hands-on lab exercises.
All four courses are also taught as a single, five-day offering. See course IBM Tivoli NetView for z/OS 6.1 Fundamentals, Automation, REXX, PIPEs (TZ243GB) for further details.
Learn how to deploy, configure, maintain, operate, and troubleshoot Red Hat® Ceph Storage and integrate it with Red Hat Enterprise Linux® OpenStack Platform.
Red Hat® Ceph Storage Architecture and Administration (CEPH125) is part of the Emerging Technology series of courses from Red Hat Training. This five-day course is designed for storage administrators or cloud operators who want to deploy Red Hat Ceph Storage in their production environment as well as their OpenStack® environment.
Red Hat Ceph Storage Architecture and Administration (CEPH125) is structured around 3 segments. The first segment is an in-depth view of the Red Hat Ceph Storage architecture and provides instructions for deploying Red Hat Ceph Storage, including the Ceph Storage Cluster, the Ceph Object Gateway, and the Ceph Block Device. The second segment focuses on day-to-day operations of a Ceph Storage cluster together with some common troubleshooting and tuning techniques that storage administrators can use to provide 24x7 availability of the storage infrastructure. The third segment covers the integration of the Ceph Storage Cluster with Glance and Cinder in. Red Hat Enterprise Linux Open Stack Platform. This segment also covers configuring Red Hat Ceph Storage as a replacement for Swift and integrating it with Keystone.
Comprendre le fonctionnement d'un ordinateur, reconnaître ses composants, réparer et diagnostiquer ses périphériques sont les fondements même d'une bonne gestion d'un parc informatique. Les participants à cette formation acquerront les connaissances permettant d'optimiser les délais d'intervention et de réparation et de diminuer les coûts de maintenance.
Les équipements à partir desquels les utilisateurs accèdent aux applications et aux données de l’entreprise sont toujours plus nombreux et plus diversifiés : PC, téléphone, tablettes,... Souvent d’ailleurs, un même utilisateur dispose de plusieurs types d’appareils. Avec l’intégration de Intune à l’environnement de System Center Configuration Manager, il est désormais possible de concentrer la gestion de tous ces équipements sur une seule console, tout en disposant des fonctionnalités traditionnelles de SCCM : inventaires logiciel et matériel, télédistribution d’applications, gestion de configuration. Les participants à cette formation apprendront à tirer parti de SCCM pour gérer les équipements et les applications.