IBM Mainframe Developer

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Duration: 10 hours
Lectures: 98
Video: 9 hours
Level: Advanced

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Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
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A mainframe developer is essentially a software developer but one who works within the mainframe system. As such, they have similar responsibilities as a software developer. Mainframe experts are a diminishing group of developers. This has created an increasing demand for mainframe experts on a global scale

Mainframe skills are always in high demand:

  • Mainframe OS installation.
  • Job control language program execution.
  • Dataset allocation: ISPF/PDF.
  • COBOL DB2 program coding.
  • Processing VSAM datasets.
  • Application development using CICS.

In a mainframe IT organization, the system programmer (or systems programmer) plays a central role. The system programmer installs, customizes, and maintains the operating system, and also installs or upgrades products that run on the system

Mainframe Engineers are highly sought after by the top investment banks, making it a massive area of opportunity for graduates who are starting their careers. … Mainframes are especially important for the banking industry, which needs extensive data crunching and security

Mainframe developers are going to continue to become a hot commodity. The mega companies in finance, banking, retail, transportation, etc that keep our planet running are all on mainframes and have a major worry of their mainframe developers retiring out and leaving a gap

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Mainframe Module –

  1. JCL
  2. COBOL
  3. VSAM
  4. DB2
  5. CICS

Modules:  Training modules are designed as per the IT industry requirement with complete hands-on practical knowledge as every theory example will be followed by its practical.

Benefits: 
• Hands on Practical Lab Sessions
• Practical Experience
• Placement Assistance 100%

What is the target audience?

What is the target audience?

BE, B.Tech, BCA, BCS, MCA, MCS -Fresher, Software Developers, IT Professionals, Test Engineers.

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A server is a computer that runs one or more applications and provides services to other computers on a network. A mainframe, on the other hand, is a computer designed for high-volume computing that uses central processing units (CPUs) for data processing and main memory for storage.

Introduction

1
z/OS overview
2
Storage management
3
Managing work
4
I/O processing
5
Job management and flow
6
Security in z/OS

TSO/ISPF

1
z/OS TSO: concepts and ISPF
2
TSO ISPF start-up
3
Browsing a dataset
4
Editing a dataset
5
TSO commands
6
Command procedures and dialogs

JCL

1
Introduction to JCL
2
JOB , EXEC ,DD
3
Running a simple job
4
Using existing datasets
5
Creating datasets
6
Non-sequential datasets
7
Running complex jobs
8
Procedures

JCL Utilities

1
IEBGENER
2
IEBCOPY
3
IEBUPDTE
4
IEBDG
5
IEBPTPCH
6
IEHLIST
7
IEHPROGM
8
SORT
9
IDCAMS

COBOL Programming

1
Writing a program that prepares a report
2
Design, code, and test a structured program
3
Features for structured coding
4
How to define, move, and initialize fields
5
Intrinsic functions and arithmetic statements
6
Working with dates
7
Tables
8
Copy members and subprograms
9
Concepts and terms for working with disk files
10
Flow of control – PERFORM
11
Table processing
12
Indexes and subscripts
13
Loading tables
14
Coding and using a sequential search
15
Coding and using a binary search
16
Memory manipulation with the REDEFINES
17
Report processing
18
Basic debugging techniques
19
Sequential files
20
Indexed files – VSAM KSDS
21
Relative files – VSAM RRDS
22
Sort/merge feature
23
How to become an effective maintenance programmer
24
Object oriented COBOL
25
Multiple dimension table
26
Processing multi-level tables
27
Nested processing
28
Invoking procedures and passing data
29
Run-time options and parameters
30
Variable length tables
31
Sequential file updating

VSAM for Programmers

1
Access Method Services
2
COBOL for key-sequenced datasets
3
VSAM datasets
4
VSAM performance
5
Application programming
6
Access method services
7
Using sequential and direct access
8
Alternate indexes and paths
9
VSAM security and data security
10
Using Access Method Services
11
Program using AIX sequentially

DB2: Application Programming

1
DB2 fundamentals
2
DB2 programming in COBOL
3
DB2 objects
4
SQL: Structured Query Language
5
Retrieval operations
6
Retrieval operations: built-in functions
7
Other retrieval operations
8
Update operations
9
QMF: Query Management Facility
10
Locking and performance
11
Coding considerations
12
Embedded SQL
13
Program design

CICS TS: Command Level Programming

1
CICS concepts and terms
2
CICS feature set
3
Designing a CICS program
4
Creating a BMS map set
5
BMS map set and symbolic map
6
Coding a CICS program
7
Testing a CICS program
8
Temporary storage control
9
CICS commands and programming techniques
10
Program design
11
Systems overview
12
Menu program
13
Maintenance program
14
Processing files sequentially
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