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BMC Control-M Workload Automation

The BMC Control-M Workload Automation training course is designed to teach basic concepts of distributed Control-M. It familiarizes participants with the functionality of BMC Control-M Workload Automation. The course covers information on how to use the BMC Control-M Workload Automation interface to monitor and manage an environment, including details on how to use Viewpoints to review job status details and Workspaces to create and schedule the job definitions for an environment.

The BMC Control-M Workload Automation - Administration training course provides instruction and hands-on practice in the setup, administration, and customization options of the distributed systems BMC Control-M Workload Automation solution. Delegates also learn the creation of job processing definitions, as required to support administrative functions.

The BMC Control-M Workload Automation - Scheduling training course provides IT professionals with the concepts and hands-on experience of using distributed Control-M products to monitor and manage their production environments, including the creation of job definitions. This course explores features and functionality found in the Control-M Workload Automation interface, a monitoring and management tool for the enterprise batch scheduling environment. Participants will learn to manage job processing across all platforms supported by Control-M/Servers and Control-M/Agents, including the creation, scheduling, and deployment of job processing definitions using the Planning domain. Hands-on labs allow participants to apply the procedures and concepts presented in the class.

For BMC Control-M Workload Automation - Administration

  • Knowldge of BMC Control-M Workload Automation
  • Understanding of basic batch scheduling concepts

For BMC Control-M Workload Automation - Scheduling

  • Knowldge of BMC Control-M Workload Automation
  • Understanding of basic batch scheduling concepts

BMC Control-M Workload Automation

  • BMC Control-M Schedulers
  • Batch Operators

BMC Control-M Workload Automation - Scheduling

  • Control-M Schedulers
  • Control-M Operators
  • Administrators who want additional scheduling skills

COURSE AGENDA

BMC Control-M Workload Automation - Essentials
(Duration : 1 Day)

1
Navigate and perform common functions in the BMC Control-M Workload Automation interface
2
Perform various actions on jobs, including actions that can be used to control and analyze job flow
3
Order jobs from BMC Control-M Workload Automation
4
Describe the purpose of job conditions and resources, and manage conditions and resources in the active environment
5
Use Workspaces to organize job definitions
6
Create basic job definitions
7
Define basic job scheduling criteria
8
Understand how to use and define cyclic jobs
9
Check in Workspaces and job definitions
10
Create and use job calendars
11
Define job folder parameters
BMC Control-M Workload Automation - Administration
(Duration : 3 Days)

1
Establish a firm foundation in the distributed Control-M environment, functioning of components, and 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 Application Plug-ins (emphasis on AFT Plug-in), and install multiple agents on one Machine
4
Implement agentless platforms for job execution
5
Configure options related to alerts, email, and STMP
6
Manage and troubleshoot new day processing
7
Implement Business Service Management features of the Control-M solution, including Control-M/ Forecast, BMC Batch Impact Manager, and Control-M Self Service
8
Use various Control-M/EM utilities and Control-M/ Server utilities to administer the products
9
Implement security options by defining users and groups, and by selecting configuration options
BMC Control-M Workload Automation - Scheduling
(Duration : 5 Days)

1
Examine Control-M terminology, architecture, key components, and their relationships
2
Examine the capabilities of the Control-M solution through the use of the distributed Control-M Workload Automation interface
3
Use the interface to control job execution, including the creation and scheduling of job definitions for a Control-M environment
4
Review the use of the Control-M post-processing facilities to perform actions based on the completion of jobs and messages generated by the operating system
5
Examine the options for the scheduling of job definitions, including the use of different types of calendars
6
Describe and use all types of Control-M variables, including job-specific user-defined variables, global variables, and system variables

Encarta Labs Advantage

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  • Get jumpstarted from newbie to production ready in a matter of few days
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  • All our trainings are conducted in workshop mode with more focus on hands On

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