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|IBM course code: LX024G||Category: Linux / PowerVM|
|Delivery: Online & on-site**||Course length in days: 2|
The audiences for this training include anyone who needs to create and manage partitions on IBM Power System servers, such as Linux or AIX technical support and consultants, IBM technical sales individuals, Linux or AIX system administrators, or system architects and engineers.
Students would benefit from general knowledge of IBM Power Systems servers and partitions; however no specific prerequisite skills are needed
The great majority of the IBM courses we offer are taught directly by our engineers. This is the only way we can guarantee the highest quality. We complement all the training with our own materials and laboratories, based on our experience during the deployments, migrations and courses that we have carried out during all these years.
Our courses are deeply role oriented. To give an example, the needs for technology mastery are different for developer teams and for the people in charge of deploying and managing the underlying infrastructure. The level of previous experience is also important and we take it very seriously. That is why beyond (boring) commands and tasks, we focus on solving the problems that arise in the day to day of each team. Providing them with the knowledge, competencies and skills required for each project. In addition, our documentation is based on the latest version of each product.
Agenda and course syllabus
Unit 1 – Introduction to PowerVM and logical partitioning
Exercise 1 – Introduction to PowerVM and logical partitioning
Unit 2 – Using the HMC to manage servers and partitions
Exercise 2 – Using the HMC to manage servers and partitions
Unit 3 – Planning and configuring logical partitions
Exercise 3 – Planning and configuring logical partitions
Unit 4 – Configuring I/O resources
Exercise 4 – Configuring I/O resources
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