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Which Cloud Computing course is right for me?
Learn about IBM’s current Could Computing training offerings and find out what offering is right for you based on your goals and knowledge.
Is RPG IV still in high demand? Is the debate still raging?
Is RPG IV on the IBM i platform still relevant as a language for business application development? This Coffee Time chat will explore answers to that question as we take a look at some of the current features of the language and their impact on the pertinence of RPG IV as a language aimed at developers of business logic programs.
SAN Volume Controller (SVC) Storage Provisioning Introduction
The IBM System Storage Virtualization family is a series of solutions combining hardware, software, and optional services. The foundational offering in the IBM Virtualization family is the SAN Volume Controller (SVC) - a modular solution designed to enhance existing SAN infrastructures with pairs of virtualization servers that combine into scalable high-availability clusters to reduce storage management complexity and centralized storage provisioning. This topic gives you a brief introduction to the SAN Volume Controller (SVC) and how it does storage provisioning. Beyond this coffee chat, learn more about the SVC product you should take course SNV10 IBM SAN Volume Controller V6 Implementation Workshop.
IBM PureSystem Family of Offerings an Introduction
Explore the new IBM PureSystems family of offerings: IBM PureFlex System and the IBM PureApplication Systems. The IBM PureFlex System is a new category of computing that integrates multiple server architectures, networking, chassis, storage, and system management capability into a single system that is easy to deploy and manage. We will also discuss the IBM Flex System Enterprise Chassis along with the x86 and Power compute nodes, systems management, networking, and the external storage device - IBM Storwize V7000.
Using the System z Hardware Management Console Tree UI: Hints and Tips
This Coffee Time chat will address the differences between two interfaces and provide some hints and tips in the usage of the tree style UI. If you use the classic style UI, you should start to become more familiar the tree style. The tree UI provides additional capability as compared to the classic UI and will be the direction for the future.
What and How in 15 minutes – IBM Certifications
Ever say to yourself" who thinks up these evil test questions?!"? Find out what it takes to make an IBM certification.
System x Architecture Overview
The business productivity suite of IBM x86 servers continues to grow to address your specific needs. Join us for a discussion of the current generation of the IBM System x family and discover what advancements have been made since prior versions.
XIV Gen 3 Update
Find out what is new with the latest version of the IBM XIV Storage System. Learn how the IBM XIV Gen3 builds on the proven XIV architecture to boost throughput and increase performance.
The zEnterprise System is described as a System of systems that can consist of heterogeneous platforms such as, System z, System P and System x. This hybrid computing model uses the System z Unified Resource Manager to define, provision, and manage a highly virtualized environment. This environment then takes on the attributes and QoS of System z. We will briefly overview this environment, discuss some of the challenges it poses from an IT skill perspective and potential education solutions.
The latest on IBM's PowerHA training
With the recent major changes in IBM's PowerHA SystemMirror, things have been changing in our training offerings as well. The curriculum has been restructured while preserving the offerings for the previous releases of PowerHA. The lab configurations are being updated to include more nodes in the clusters and features like the Smart Assist and the System Director Plug-in for PowerHA.
SDMC and IBM i
The SDMC is a management console for managing IBM Power Systems™ servers and IBM BladeCenter® Power blade servers. The SDMC is an alternative for the current HMC with enhanced virtualization and hardware management capabilities. The SDMC manages IBM AIX®, IBM i, or Linux operating systems on IBM Power Systems servers and IBM BladeCenter Power blade servers. Please join our chat session to hear how you can leverage this new management tool.