|Workshop code||DB2iSAPAdm||Skill level||Intermediate|
|Duration||4 days||Delivery type||Classroom|
|Workshop type||Public or Private on-site||Start date||1 April 2014|
|Public price||USD $2,800 plus tax||Location||Rochester, MN|
Get a technical introduction into the installation, operation and management of SAP Solutions on System i platforms. This workshop targets an audience of pre-skilled technical staff with knowledge of either System i architecture or SAP basis architecture. Discuss many aspects from basic SAP-System i concepts to installation, operation, Database (DB) management, backup and restore, performance management, and tips for basic trouble shooting. This workshop offers a combination of lectures and hands-on sessions.
This workshop is part of SAPs education curriculum and also part of the certification path for basis consultants.
This is an intermediate workshop for IBM i database designers, performance analysts, and application developers who are concerned about SQL performance and scalability. It is highly recommended for individuals interested in SQL performance when accessing and using the DB2 for i database server via interfaces such as CLI, ODBC, JDBC or DRDA.
This workshop is also designed for database administrators, database engineers, database consultants and performance analysts working in and around iSeries, System i or Power Systems running IBM i.
You should complete:
You should have working knowledge of at least one operating system. You should also have an understanding of System i operating concept and a basic knowledge of relational databases.
SAPTEC is available at: http://www50.sap.com/useducation/curriculum/course.asp?cid=60186827
Concepts of IBM System i and i5/OS
SAP architecture for System i
Back up and recovery
Maintenance and installation
Problem and performance analysis