- 5 hours
The IBM i Fundamentals course explains the origins of the IBM i system and describes the configuration of hardware and software needed to support it. It discusses the types of devices that can be used to access the IBM i system and the interfaces most commonly used. Examples are also provided of several products commonly used to perform IBM i administration tasks.
IT professionals who have no previous experience with IBM i.
No prerequisites are required for this course.
After completing this course, the student will be able to:
- Identify IBM i Hardware and Software Requirements
- Access an IBM i System
- Display IBM i System Activity Using Different System Interfaces
- Describe how Data is Stored in an IBM i System
Introduction to IBM i
IBM i Origins
Power 7 Hardware
IBM i Software
Accessing the IBM i System
Products and Methods used to Connect to IBM i
Signing-on to the IBM i System
Understanding User Profiles
Creating New Users
Displaying Active Jobs
System i Navigator
What are Objects?
Displaying and Accessing Objects
Libraries and Library Lists
Integrated File System