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PROKODA GmbH | 16.01.2019

IBM ES19G - Basics of z/OS RACF Administration

Seminare, Workshops
26.02.2018 - 01.03.2018
DE-80331 München


Review of z/Architecture and z/OS:
describe z/Architecture provide an overview of z/OS and its components explain the concept of virtual storage and its exploitation in z/OS list the different kinds of data sets and discuss their management in z/OS name the main end-user interfaces of z/OS

An introduction to ISPF and ISPF/PDF:

name and describe the components of ISPF log on to the lab system of this class log off from the lab system of this class start ISPF/PDF provide an overview of the structure of ISPF/PDF panels alter the ISPF/PDF settings use ISPF/PDF to view a data set

An introduction to data sets:

describe data management concepts explain the data set allocation process describe the catalog structure explain how data sets are defined and used allocate a new data set edit a data set using ISPF/PDF delete a data set use ISPF/PDF data set list

Batch processing:

name and explain the Job Entry Subsystem 2 (JES2) job processing phases describe the general layout of a job list and describe the components of a Job Control Language (JCL) statement submit a batch job to z/OS use ISPF 3.8 and SDSF to handle the job output

Security and RACF overview:

explain the role RACF plays in data security list the four major functions of RACF explain how RACF allows or denies a user access to a resource, given a diagram of RACF’s resource authorization checking process define the terms Universal Access Authority (UACC), access list, user profile, and resource profile describe the role of the security administrator and the auditor explain the features of RRSF

Administering groups and users:

describe the group structure in RACF create a group structure by defining appropriate RACF group profiles define new users to RACF implement a centralized or decentralized administrative structure

Protecting z/OS data sets:

state the differences between generic and discrete data set profiles explain the process RACF uses to grant or deny user access to a data set use the RACF commands or panels to define data set profiles

Introduction to general resources:

describe the concepts of general resources add a Time Sharing Option (TSO) user to RACF add a UNIX System Service user to RACF set up a user help desk function

RACF options:

understand the impact that RACF options have on an installation identify those options that require special planning before activation identify a basic set of options appropriate for an installation

Other administrative facilities and features:

describe the use of the global access table describe the purpose of the started procedure table define a protected user explain the use of the restricted user attribute use the RACF database unload utility to document your RACF system describe how to map a digital certificate to a RACF userid

Voraussetzung: Some familiarity with z/OS system facilities is beneficial. Background material needed to proceed is presented the first day.

Preis: 3290,- € (zzgl. MwSt.) pro Teilnehmer.

Uhrzeit: Von 09:00 bis 16:00

Teilnehmergruppe: 3 bis 8

Dauer in Std: 32

Frühbucher: Preis: 3224.2 € bis zum 26.01.2018 reservieren.

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