IBM AIX Certification Training Course


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IBM AIX Certification (Advanced Interactive executive) is an open operating system from IBM that is based on a version of UNIX. AIX/ESA was designed for IBM’s System/390 or large server hardware platform. AIX/6000 is an operating system that runs on IBM’s workstation platform, the RISC System/6000. Now AIX is the Operating System of IBM POWER systems. The latest version of IBM AIX Courses is V 7.2 and latest version of IBM POWER system is IBM POWER8.

IBM AIX Online Training push hard linux on power. And same hardware for linux is significantly cheaper then for aix. But you don’t have dimamically movement of cpu/mem on linux on power ( which is handy if you have shortage of those in production, and you can’t shutdown/activate ), and several other things.

Benefits of Attending IBM AIX Training

AIX stands for Advanced Interactive eXecutive, and thisabbreviation comes from a company name: Interactive Systems CorporationAIX, proprietary OS of IBM, is one of the most stable Operating System. It is user friendly and easy to runs on reliable, robust and scalable IBM Power Hardware.

AIX (Advanced Interactive eXecutive) is UNIX operating system developed by IBM.AIX allows the system administrator to divide memory, CPU, and disk access between various jobs.It is mainly used for servers in large businesses where IT geeks get to work with it. It is a very robust OS and flexible.It also runs most Linux applications (after recompiling them) and has full support for Java 2.

AIX (Advanced Interactive eXecutive) has the following key features:

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  • File system of UNIX
  • Architecture of UNIX
  • Creating, removing, copying, moving files & directories
  • Using files and directories
  • Wildcard characters
  • Input/Output-Redirections
  • File/Directory permissions
  • Vi-Editor
  • Usage of filter commands
  •  Architecture
  • File System
  • Logging in
  • Background processes
  • killing a process
  • Using new and overwrite method
  • Preservation method
  • migration method
  • Object Data Manager(ODM)
  • Device Terminology
  • Device states
  • Configuring the devices
  • Self configuring devices
  • Solving Real time issues related to devices
  • Solving device related questionnaire
  • Change of media speed on Ethernet adapter
  •  User initialization process
  •  List all users, Add / change / Show / Remove user from AIX
  •  Password management – Regaining root’s password
  •  List all groups, Add / Change / Show / Remove group from AIX
  •  System security files
  •  Device Terminology
  •  Supported Devices
  •  Device States, Self Configuring, Device States
  •  Listing Devices, Documenting Hardware configuration
  • User accounts
  • Groups
  • Security logs
  • Security files
  • Changing ownerships
  • Login sequence
  • Regaining root’s password
  • DAS ( Direct Attach Storage )
  • NAS ( Network Attach Storage )
  • SAN ( Storage Attach Storage )
  • Benefits of LVM
  • Logical Volume Manager Components
  • Physical storage
  • Logical storage
  • RAID levels
  • MWC (Active, Passive)
  • Read & Write policies
  • Volume groups
  • Uses of logical volumes
  • LVM questionnaire include real time issues related to LVM
  • File permission and owner ship
  •  Access Control List (ACL)
  •  Trojan Horse, security logs, SUID, SGID, Sticky bit, umask, motd , security files
  •  Corn, at and Batch
  •  Types of backup
  •  Strategy, Devices, Backup & Restore rootvg, mksysb, backup and restore other VGs
  •  Other UNIX backup commands – tar, cpio, dd
  • NFS services, Planning, installation, and configuration of NFS
  •  Exporting NFS directories, Unexporting an NFS directory
  •  Mounting an NFS directory
  •  Administration of NFS servers and clients, NFS files
  •  Commands and daemons reference
  • Introduction to IBM POWER p systems, AIX and System Administration
  • AIX System Management Tools
  • System startup and shutdown
  • AIX installation
  • AIX Software installation and maintenance
  • System configuration and devices
  • System storage overview
  • Working with the Logical Volume Manager
  • Managing file systems
  • Paging space
  • Backup and restore
  • Security and user administration
  • Scheduling
  • TCP/IP Networking Overview



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