Course description:  Tivoli Workload Scheduler 8.3 Scheduling and Operations
 
Interested in bringing a class to you?  On-site Training
 
 
Course Code UNTX3 Skill Level Intermediate
Duration 3 Days Delivery Type Classroom (Hands-on Lab)
Course Type Public or Private on-site    
Public Price USD $1,275
 
Special Note
 
Learn  Tivoli Workload Scheduler Suite (TWS) Version 8.3 features, environment, and new terminology. Learn how to plan, implement, monitor and efficiently manage a TWS Production Day Plan. Study the new features of TWS 8.3 and the Job Scheduling Console 8.3. Learn the details of building a plan by defining and documenting the plan objects and their properties. Design job and job stream instances using recovery options, external dependencies, prompts, and other plan objects. Develop skills to confidently integrate desired changes appropriate to the plan, jobs, or job streams. Develop valuable skills to optimize plans and methods of troubleshooting plan problems.

This training is done in a classroom environment with interspersed, hands-on laboratory opportunities to practice concepts by performing student exercises using real-world scenarios.
 

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Audience
 
This is an introductory course for:
  • New TWS users seeking proficiency in the TWS 8.3 environment on UNIX and Windows platforms
  • Existing schedulers, operators, and their supervisors/managers at sites converting from previous versions of TWS (Maestro) to TWS Suite 8.3
  • Individuals who need detailed guidance on how to create plans, monitor workload status, adjust workload parameters, or submit job streams or jobs to execute under the control of TWS Suite 8.3
  • Anyone needing a refresher course and introduction to the job scheduling console
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Skills Taught
 
  • Demonstrate how the TWS Engine has be altered to handle the new plan
  • Demonstrate the new capabilities of the redesigned modeling and planning layer
  • Demonstrate the plan generator component
  • Use the plan to display, select, and modify current production day lob stream and job instance information
  • Execute plan control commands (submit, reply, rerun, cancel, and kill)
  • Demonstrate how to respond to prompts and job confirmations
  • Explain the difference between hold;/release, release all, and release, when used with prompt states
  • Define TWS job stream objects: parameters, jobs, users, prompts, resources, and calendars
  • Configure the TWS job automated recovery options
  • Describe the affect of the production day and time zones on TWS job streams
  • List the steps necessary to plan a job and draw a processing flow diagram and general job stream processing plan
  • Create a job stream from database objects and configure job and job stream properties
  • Add dependencies among jobs and job streams
  • Describe the difference between creating a copy and create another object
  • Demonstrate how to modify an object's name
  • Discover and solve basic job stream execution problems and TWS plan problems
  • Change TWS workstation properties
  • Stop and start TWS processing, link and unlink workstations, and explain the implications
  • Interact with TWS through global parameters and utility commands (parms, release, switchmgr, and shutdown)
  • View and print job stream documentation, job instance output, and TWS standard reports
  • Demonstrate how to submit job streams and jobs in to the current plan
  • Describe how to use the Command Line Interface (CLI) to backup databases
  • Identify which user made changes to the database
  • Define and demonstrate conman and composer commands
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Course outline
 
  • Overview
  • Plan monitoring and management
  • Scheduling objects
  • Job stream planning
  • Creating job streams
  • Plan problem-solving approaches
  • Submitting additional work
  • Command-line and other utilities
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Prerequisites
 
The following skills and areas of knowledge are required:
  • General computer literacy in a Graphical User Interface (GUI) environment
  • Basic understanding of production management and batch processing scheduling
  • Knowledge of current production job processing flow in the local environment where TWS will be implemented
  • Knowledge of file navigation, file editing, and command prompt actions for the operating system to be used (UNIX or Windows)

What's Next

If you need to acquire TWS 8.3 administrative skills you should complete:

  •  Tivoli Workload Scheduler 8.3 Administration
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