Take a complimentary test drive of our courses and draw your own conclusions.
With all the buzz surrounding IBM Systems, take this opportunity to try a no-charge test drive of education delivered through our instructor-led online (ILO) training format and build your IBM Systems knowledge from the comfort of your home or office environment.
These introductory courses are a great way to see IBM Systems training - for no charge. Now available on YouTube.
AT78 - IBM Systems Director 6.2 for Power Systems
Learn about the IBM Systems Director 6.2 system management Environment. This course focuses mainly on POWER based systems.
SKT5 - IBM XIV overview
This course is designed to present an overview of the IBM XIV Storage System, including its hardware components, and the cabling concept.
EZT04 - Introduction to IBM Enterprise Environment
This course is designed for anyone that is required to have a broad understanding of the IBM mainframe environment. Attending this session gives you the opportunity to access mainframe elearning content from Interskill Learning; a leader in the provision of technology-based, mainframe education solutions.
AT83 - Configuring a power PowerHA SystemMirror V7.1 for AIX Cluster
This course covers using the SMIT interface to create a cluster. It also discusses new features, prerequisites, and sources of further information.
AT84 - An overview of BRMS on System i
This course introduces you to the features and functions supported by the *BASE portion of the Backup and Recovery Media Services software.
SKT4 - An introduction to the IBM Storwize V7000
This course will explain how to leverage SAN storage connectivity by integrating a layer of intelligence - the IBM Storwize V7000 - to facilitate storage application data access independence from storage management functions and requirements.
XTVU1 - IBM System Director 6.2 Introduction
This course introduces the features, functions, and benefits of IBM Systems Director 6.2 and selected common tasks.
AT85 - Overview of Cloud Computing Architecture
This course is designed to explain the basic concepts and terminology of cloud computing.
AT87 - Systems Management using Systems Director Navigator for IBM i
This course will introduce you to the installation, operation, and management of the System Director Navigator for IBM i.
XTVU2 - Cloud Architecture Overview & Workshop
This course will establish the definition of cloud computing, and will then describe the various delivery models of a cloud computing architecture.
AT88: AIX CPU Performance Management
This course will increase your AIX system administrator skills focusing on CPU performance management.
EZT05 - IBM zEnterprise System Introduction
This course is designed to provide a technical introduction to the new IBM zEnterprise System (zEnterprise).The zEnterprise now makes it possible to deploy an integrated hardware platform that brings mainframe and distributed technologies together.
AT89 - An Overview of Performance and Capacity Planning
This course will help you to better understand the techniques of performance and capacity planning on systems and partitions running IBM i, and to develop an appreciation of how IBM i operates and interfaces with applications.
AT90 - Virtualization: Advanced PowerVM and Performance
This course will introduce you to the features that relate to the performance of the POWER6 processor, AIX 6.1, and the special monitoring, configuring, and tuning needs of logical partitions (LPARs).
AT59 - An overview of SDMC on Power i
Would you like to learn how the Systems Director Management Console (SDMC) is used to manage System p servers? This course will introduce you to the major functions of the SDMC, to the applications and tasks, to customizing views/data and to running SDMC commands.
What can you expect from a test drive?
Test drive classes do not replace a fee-based class, which is typically 3–5 days in length, provides extensive technical depth and includes hands-on labs. Instead, test drives give you a snapshot of key technical fundamentals using the very popular ILO format.
How instructor-led online training works
Instructor-led online courses (ILO) are taught by a live instructor on a specific day and time. Most courses are exactly the same as their classroom equivalent, including the course duration, content and student materials. Here is what you need to know:
Why is IBM Training the best choice to build your expertise?
- Get leading-edge research, customer experiences and integration with IBM Business Partner solutions
- Top-rated course content is chosen by product developers and architects
- Education is offered to fit every need through classroom, hands-on labs, ILO, self-study preparation, boot camps and more
- Training events offer hundreds of sessions that you can pick and choose to form your very own customized agenda, including business topics, hands-on labs and on-site certification testing.