|Dates||Course Title||CPE Credit||Duration||Location|
|October 24th - 28th||RACF Administration I||15||5 Half-Day Sessions||Online|
|October 31st - November 4th||RACF Administration II||15||5 Half-Day Sessions||Online|
|November 14th - 15th||RACF for DB2||6||2 Half-Day Sessions||Online|
|November 14th - 16th||RACF for CICS||9||3 Half-Day Sessions||Online|
|December 5th - 9th||RACF Administration I||15||5 Half-Day Sessions||Online|
|December 19th - 21st||Implementing Security for z/OS UNIX||9||3 Half-Day Sessions||Online|
The course is designed for individuals who are new to administering RACF, or those who are interested in sharpening their RACF administration skills through the use of RACF commands, RACF panels, or the Vanguard Administrator product. The class covers the theory of z/OS security and also provides three hours of hands-on lab exercises to practice what the student covers in class.
Upon completion of this course, the student will have a strong understanding of RACF and the Vanguard Administrator product, enabling them to apply their new skills as an effective RACF security administrator in a z/OS environment.
This course is designed to enhance existing RACF skills by becoming more familiar with the structure of the RACF database, understanding system settings, RACF utilities, RACF tables, and digital certificates; as well as discussing security for JES, storage, and programs.
Upon completion of this course, the student will have a strong understanding of RACF, enabling them to apply their new skills as an effective RACF security administrator in a z/OS environment.
This course is designed for individuals that need knowledge of RACF reporting tools. The course focuses on the logging and reporting capabilities of RACF. The course not only provides theory; it also provides a realistic set of lab exercises so that students can apply knowledge learned during the discussion sessions. Course material discusses the use of RACF Utilities — IRRUT100, IRRUT200, IRRUT400, IRRRID00, and IRRDBU00, as well the use of the RACF and SMF reporting tool, ICETOOL. The course will also address the reporting capabilities of the Vanguard products — Administrator, Advisor, Analyzer, and Configuration Manager.
Upon completion of this course the student will be able to use the RACF utilities and the Vanguard products to perform RACF data base reporting functions. They will also be able to use the Vanguard Analyzer and Vanguard Administrator to perform RACF analysis, write RACF and SMF reports using ICETOOL, and use the Vanguard Advisor for SMF reports. These skills will help the student determine how effectively RACF has been implemented in their z/OS environment and be prepared to identify security exposures.
This course is designed to enhance existing system and RACF skills by becoming more familiar with the structure of networking in a z/OS environment. The course explores HTTP setup, usage of LDAP, security in z/OS UNIX, the use of Digital Certificates, as well as a discussion on VPN, SSH, SSL/TLS, and AT-TLS and the differences between them.
Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:
This course is designed for individuals responsible for implementing, administering, and supporting RACF.
Three hours of hands-on lab time to practice what you have learned on our z/OS system. Upon completion of this course, the student will become proficient in using RACF to secure CICS transactions, resources, and commands.
This course is designed for individuals implementing and administering RACF who wish to become proficient in understanding and securing DB2 objects using RACF.
Upon completion of this course, the student will have learned advanced techniques & best practices for performing RACF Administration.
This course is designed to enhance existing RACF skills by understanding the security functions provided by RACF for z/OS UNIX.
Upon completion of this course, the student will have a strong understanding of RACF security for z/OS UNIX, enabling them to apply their new skills as an effective RACF security administrator.
Self-paced training sessions provide subscribers with everything they need to securely administrate mainframe systems.
Addressing the most common questions related to our training program. If your question isn’t answered, there is a form to submit your questions to our training team.
Top-tier education from some of the most skilled and experienced RACF professionals in the field!
RACF-specific topics and training meet-ups, specific to local geographic regions.