Course Code: ASA2
This IBM AIX System Administration training course is for System Administrators and Support Staff, who wish to perform advanced administration tasks, perform basic troubleshooting and improve security. Course Objectives are to be achieved by a mixture of command line syntax and use of the System Management Interface Tool (SMIT).
Although the course is based on AIX Version 7.1, it is also appropriate for prior releases of AIX.
The delegate will learn and acquire skills as follows:
The AIX System Administration - Part II course is designed for AIX System Administrators and Programmers and other Technical IT staff who require a greater understanding of the AIX system to enable them to perform basic troubleshooting, make use of advanced security features and highlight current/potential performance issues.
The course assumes knowledge of the IBM AIX Operating System to the level covered in the AIX System Administration - Part I course.
On completion of the course the delegate will have practical experience of how to troubleshoot system startup problems, perform more advanced LVM tasks, implement system security and understand the ODM files in device configuration.
This AIX System Administration - Part II course, together with the AIX Fundamentals and AIX System Administration - Part I courses, cover the major topics for the C9010-022: IBM AIX Administration V1 exam.
Attending this course will help gain some of the skills and product knowledge outlined in the exam objectives. Studying this course and its associated reference materials can form part of the preparation to achieve certification. Experience, practice, self-study and aptitude are also key requirements for exam success.
Before taking any exam, ensure you have the recommended experience. The IBM website lists all exam requirements and these are updated regularly.
Exams are not included as part of the course.
Attendance on the AIX Basics and AIX System Administration - Part I courses or similar knowledge is required. Shell Programming knowledge is beneficial but not essential. This skill can be gained by attending the AIX Shell Programming course.
NOTE: Course technical content is subject to change without notice.
This course has certainly helped to increase my knowledge.
Daniel - Junior Unix Technician - February 2017
The instructor made the course as interesting as possible when learning about AIX. Topics even not on the course were discussed to make sure that I understood how it all works. I wish all instructors had the same enthusiasm.
Paul - Unix Administrator - Finance
High quality training and course material.
Jordan - Director - IT
Mark is an excellent tutor who has knowledge and understanding in this area. The course is run at a good pace with the students objectives in mind - questions are answered and explanations are clear. I had a very good time on the course have learnt many new skills and look forward to more training with Mark and Stayahead.
Waqar - Technical Analyst and Backup Admnistrato
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Extremely happy with the course. The material are all well presented and tutor is just great, very knowledgeable and no questions left unanswered.Zak - System Administrator - Professional Services - November 2017