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H052RO
Duration
2 days
Price
600 €*
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DescriptionWhat we offer

This course teaches IBM Platform Symphony 6.1.
The course is designed to give IT system administration and application support teams the required knowledge to deploy, use, and maintain the Symphony clusters in their working environment. The attendees will gain a strong understanding of Symphony architecture and resource and workload management concepts, and learn basic cluster configuration and administration skills.

ObjectivesWhat you learn

  • DescribesitedefinedresourcesandELIMmechanism
  • ManageEGOservicesusingCLIandPMC
  • Explainpackagedependency
  • Defineanddescribetheroleofmultisiterepositoryserver
  • Deploygeneralfilepackage
  • ExplainKerberosauthenticationbetweenmasterandcomputehosts
  • Deployapackagewithshortconsumername
  • ExplainSymphonyauditing
  • Explainapplicationleveltuning
  • Describeselectivereclaim
  • Describeschedulingpolicies
  • Explainpreemption
  • Describehowserviceaffinitygroupswork
  • Deployexecutableapplications
  • DescribeLSFinstallationonEGOgrid
  • ManageLSFworkload:jobsubmission,monitoringandcontrol
  • AdministerLSF:createreports,loggingconfiguration,logretrieval

 

TopicsThe best for you

  • EGO API
  • Platform Symphony application deployment and management
  • Platform Symphony scheduling
  • Platform Symphony resilience
  • Platform Symphony tuning; Platform Symphony auditing
  • Executable support
  • Platform Symphony additional topics
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PrerequisitesWhat should you know

You should be familiar with Linux operating system and have taken IBM Platform Symphony Administration Basic or have equivalent working experience with Symphony.

AudienceWho should attend

This course is designed for system administration, grid and application support personnel who will be responsible for managing and utilizing Symphony grid. Application developers and end users can also benefit from this course.