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BMC Control-M/Enterprise Manager

The BMC Control-M/Enterprise Manager - Essentials training course is designed to teach basic concepts of distributed Control-M, and to familiarize delegates with the functionality of Control-M/Enterprise Manager and the companion scheduling product, Control-M/Desktop. This course teaches Control-M Schedulers and Batch Operators how to navigate in a production environment using the Control-M/Enterprise Manager user interface. The first two modules teach the basic flow and functions of Control-M/Enterprise Manager and Control-M data centers (Control-M servers and their associated agents). The next three modules provide additional details about the advanced features of the distributed Control-M environment. The last module covers the various aspects of defining and scheduling jobs.

The BMC Control-M/Enterprise Manager - Administration training course provides instruction and hands-on practice in the setup, administration, and customization options of BMC Control-M/Enterprise Manager (Control-M/EM), Control-M/Server, Control-M/Agent, Control-M Control Modules, Control-M/Forecast, and BMC Batch Impact Manager.

The BMC Control-M/Enterprise Manager - Scheduling training course is designed for IT professionals who are responsible for using Control-M products to monitor and manage a production environment, whose responsibilities include creating job definitions. The course covers product usage of Control-M/EM and Control-M/Desktop.

BMC Control-M/Enterprise Manager - Administration

  • Knowledge of BMC Control-M/Enterprise Manager

  • Control-M Schedulers
  • Batch Operators

COURSE AGENDA

BMC Control-M/Enterprise Manager - Essentials
(Duration : 1 Day)

1
Describe Control-M architecture, concepts, and the purpose and functionality of Control-M/Enterprise Manager
2
Navigate and perform common functions in Control-M/Enterprise Manager ViewPoint windows
3
Perform various actions on jobs, including actions that control job flow, and actions that can be used to analyze job flow
4
Order and force jobs from Control-M/Enterprise Manager
5
Describe the purpose of job conditions, and manage job conditions in the active environment
6
Monitor and analyze the execution of Smart Tables
7
Describe the purpose of Quantitative Resources and Control Resources
8
Manage Quantitative Resources and Control Resources in the active environment
9
Create basic job definitions and save them locally
10
Define basic job schedules
11
Define and use job calendars
12
Upload and order jobs
13
Define cyclic jobs
14
Define job table parameters
BMC Control-M/Enterprise Manager - Administration
(Duration : 5 Days)

1
Establish a firm foundation in the distributed Control-M environment, the functioning of components, and the capabilities of various add-on products
2
Install Control-M/Server and associated fix packs, and establish communication with Control-M/EM using the Control-M Configuration Manager user interface
3
Install, configure, and administer agent platforms, including Control Modules (emphasis on AFT Control Module), and installing multiple agents on one machine
4
Implement agentless platforms for job execution
5
Configure options related to shouts, email, and STMP
6
Manage and troubleshoot new day processing
7
Learn how to implement the Business Service Management (BSM) features of the Control-M solution, including the functionality of BMC Batch Impact Manager
8
Implement and configure Control-M/Forecast and BMC Batch Impact Manager
9
Use various Control-M/EM utilities and Control-M/ Server utilities to administer the products
BMC Control-M/Enterprise Manager - Scheduling
(Duration : 1 Day)

1
Use and manage multiplatform Control-M, through use of Control-M/EM and Control-M/Desktop
2
Explain the capabilities of the complete Control-M solution, and apply associated terminology and concepts
3
Implement basic Control-M/EM security by providing users with permissions
4
Navigate and set GUI options in Control-M/EM and Control-M/Desktop
5
Describe and use options for scheduling the ordering of jobs, such as weekdays, month days, months, specific dates, confirmation calendars, etc.
6
Create, manage, and use regular and periodic calendars
7
Use scheduling symbols when defining execution schedules
8
Utilize all job fields on the Job Editing Form, and describe their purpose
9
Implement job version control and revert to earlier job versions when indicated
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