- 6 hours
The Monitoring and Managing the IBM Z Workload Scheduler Environment course describes how IBM Z Workload Scheduler (formerly Tivoli Workload Scheduler for z/OS, or TWSz) is used to monitor and manage batch processing flows. Details relating to job restart and recovery using this product, are also provided.
Data Center operators or schedulers seeking an introduction to IBM Z Workload Scheduler and daily operational knowledge of the product.
Successful completion of the ZWS - Understanding How IBM Z Workload Scheduler Processes Work course, or equivalent knowledge. General knowledge of the z/OS environment is also required as well as an understanding of the batch processing environment.
After completing this course the student should be able to:
- Monitor daily batch processing using IBM Z Workload Scheduler dialogs
- Modify the status and attributes of workstations
- Add applications to the current plan
- Perform job restart and recovery
Starting and Stopping IBM Z Workload Scheduler
Manipulating Default Settings
Navigating Through the ISPF Dialogs
Using Filter, Sort and Locate Commands
Accessing the Ready List
Identifying Error and Status Codes
Querying the Status of Work in the Current Plan
Displaying and Modifying Workstation Availability
Adding Applications to the Current Plan
Adding, Deleting, and Modifying Dependencies
Identifying Job Failure and Restart Requirements
Performing an Operation or Step Restart
Rerunning an Occurrence
Modifying the Status of an Operation