Course Duration 3 Days Hands on
Course Fee Available upon request (Write to us at info@tlcpak.com)
Operating System AIX Version 7.1 & 7.2
Course Location Customer Onsite
Course Code TN100
Group Discount Discounts are available for a classs of 5 and 8 students
Deliverables Comprehensive Student Guide and Course Certificate

PURPOSE:
This course enables students to perform everyday tasks using IBM AIX Version 7.1 and 7.2 operating system.This course introduces the participants to the main concepts of the AIX Operating System. The most commonly used commands are described in detail with command line, wildcard and redirection facilities. The mechanisms by which a user acquires a login environment are discussed and the main features of both the Bourne and Korn Shells are introduced. This course also includes a number of new AIX 7.1 commands.

AUDIENCE:
This course is suitable for anyone who requires basic AIX user skills.  This course is also a prerequisite for students who plan to attend the AIX System Administration courses.

PREREQUISITES:
Participants attending this course should be familiar with basic Information Technology (IT) concepts and the role of an operating system. This is a prerequisites of all next AIX courses.

OBJECTIVES: Skills Gained
On successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
 
Introduction to IBM AIX
Log in to an AIX system and set a user password
Manage AIX files and directories
Describe the purpose of the shell
AIX File Permissions
Use the vi editor
Execute common AIX commands and manage AIX processes 
Customizing the Users Environment 
Creating, copying, renaming, moving and deleting files and directories 
Using the shell's redirection and pipe facilities 
Setting up AIX file permissions
Editing text files using the vi editor 
Setting and changing access permissions on files 
Monitoring and controlling their own processes 
Using the basic file and text searching utilities 
Customizing their own login environment 
COURSE OUTLINE 
Introduction to the AIX Operating System 
The AIX File System 
Basic Commands Part I 
Additional Commands (New Commmands) Part II         
Redirection and Pipes 
The vi Editor 
Customizing the user environment 
Shell Basics
Shell Variables
File Access Control
Setting up file permissions
Processes 
More Basic Commands 
The User Environment 
AIX Command Review 
Additional Features and Facilities 

 

List of IBM AIX Operating System 
Standard Courses

AIX 7 Basics

Power Systems for AIX II - AIX Implementation and Administration

Power Systems for AIX III - Advanced Administration and Problem Determination

Introduction to AIX Korn Shell Scripting - AIX 7,1, AIX 6.1, AIX 5.3 and Linux

AIX 7 Jumpstart for UNIX Professionals

Security for Power Systems AIX

IBM POWER Virtualization Technologies

AIX Disk Storage Management and Recovery Procedures

AIX Performance Monitoring and Management

Introduction to IT Infrastructure Technologies

Understanding the Role of Storage Technologies and Big Data

Linux Basics for Users
 

List of IBM AIX Operating System 
Short-Term Courses

AIX System Configuration Devices & AIX System Storage Overview

AIX Disk Storage Management & Recovery Procedures

AIX Performance Monitoring & Management

Understanding & Managing AIX ODM (Object Data Manager)

Security for Power Systems AIX

AIX Software Installation Maintenance and Backup & Restotore

Working with Logical Volume Manager & File System Administration

AIX Error Monitoring & System Dump Facility & AIX Scheduling

AIX Security and User Administration