80 training courses found
Audience This course is intended for all those who may be concerned with planning for, implementing, or managing tape data using DFSMSrmm (a component of z/OS DFSMS). As such it is suitable for System Programmers, Storage Administrators and all those who share with them the management of the installation's data.
Audience This course will be of interest to anyone involved with analysing and resolving problems with IBM (or third party) products in the z/OS, CICS, IMS, Network or related areas. Course Objectives This class provides students with comprehensive practical knowledge in using the Interactive Problem Control System to gather rapidly pertinent problem analysis data.
Audience Delegates who needs to access and work with a MySQL Database. Course Objectives This course covers the basics of SQL as used in MySQL.
Audience Auditors and Chief Audit Executives seeking to understand the key risks and opportunities related to cloud computing should plan to attend. IT Auditors and IT Managers are welcome to attend; however, this is a course on the contractual and management issues associated with cloud computing.
Audience TSO/ISPF is the standard means for IT professionals to interact with z/OS. This course is therefore a vital course in the basic training of all staff working with z/OS.
Audience This course is for Project Managers, Project Schedulers, Managers, Supervisors, Team Leads, Consultants and other people responsible for managing projects. These individuals are involved in or responsible for scheduling, estimating, coordinating, controlling, budgeting and staffing of projects and supporting other users of Microsoft Project Server 2013.
Audience This course is intended for developers who are responsible for developing BizTalk Server 2010 and 2013 e-business solutions. Please confirm which version of BizTalk Server you are using when making your booking.
Audience This course is ideal for delegates who needs to administer, monitor and support MySQL databases and services. Course Objectives This course is designed to give administrators the knowledge and skills needed to maintain successful and efficient operations of MySQL databases and services.
Audience This course will be of interest to anyone needing an understanding of the design, implementation, support and maintenance of DB2 databases up to DB210. Course Objectives The materials in the course reflect DB210, but can cover earlier releases on request.
Audience Developers wishing to learn how to build custom SharePoint solutions using Microsoft's SharePoint 2013. Objectives This course explores the development opportunities with Microsoft's SharePoint Server 2013 product.
Audience This course is designed for administrators who install, configure, and manage web-based applications on WebSphere Application Server. Web administrators, lead application developers, and application architects can also benefit from this course.
Audience Business analysts new to working in an agile environment, product owners and managers of analysts working with an agile team. Course Objectives Business analysis is central to the success of development projects.
Course Objectives This course is a basic introduction to DB2, IBM's Relational Database Management System. It will present to the student a comprehensive overview of the DB2 Product.
Audience This course is for all IT staff, particularly managers, support and programming staff who need an introduction to WebSphere Application Server and the WebSphere family of products. Course Objectives Delegates will gain an understanding of the WebSphere Application Server family, functionality, architecture and the Enterprise Java standard.
Audience Business analysts new to working in an agile environment and analysts experienced in agile practices who wish to gain skills in analysis techniques pertinent to agile development. Course Objectives Much like other approaches, business analysis is central to the success of agile projects.
Programmers, support staff and power users who wish to gain a comprehensive understanding of how the Oracle Structured Query Language is used. Course Objectives The course introduces delegates to the concepts of relational databases and provides an in-depth look at SQL in order to retrieve and manipulate data from an Oracle database.
Audience General audience including business and technology team leadership Objectives Many organizations are overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information they have to process in order to stay competitive. Traditional database systems may become either prohibitively expensive to handle the exponential growth of data volumes or found unsuitable for the job.
Audience This course is for computer auditors and security specialists with little knowledge of SQL Server who wish to see how to close weaknesses on a SQL Server, and how to check this has been done. Audit planners and managers may also wish to attend.
Audience This course is for enterprise application developers wishing to build a mobile front-end. It is also applicable to games developers wishing to develop for mobile phones as well as programmers wishing to extend their platform capabilities.
Audience This course is designed for business and systems analysts, developers, business users, team leaders and project managers. Course Objectives Business Analysis is about identifying and understanding business requirements so that information systems will meet business needs.