This one-day course is the ideal introduction to IBM's RACF, and is suitable for all technicians, administrators, support personnel and managers who will come across RACF in their daily work. It is also an ideal introduction to RACF for Systems Programmers and those training to be RACF Administrators. The course clearly explains the concepts and terminology of RACF and introduces all the major RACF commands.
Attendees should have a clear understanding of z/OS at a conceptual level
This course provides a detailed insight into the technical architecture of RACF & z/OS. The class describes and explains how RACF is implemented and how it can be customized using standard RACF facilities
This course is designed to provide a detailed insight into how to audit a z/OS environment with RACF enabled. The course describes and explains how RACF is implemented within a z/OS environment and the required security controls. The course also outlines areas z/OS where security exposures may be encountered
Attendees should have a clear understanding of z/OS at a conceptual level, TSO, JCl & RACF, which can be gained by attending the following courses
This four-day, hands-on class is the definitive RACF course for technicians and administrators. The course, designed and written by RACF specialists, is regularly revised and updated to reflect new functionality and features in the RACF and z/OS environments.
It introduces and explains the concepts, terminology, commands, and procedures involved in administering and auditing RACF. All significant aspects of day-to-day RACF administration and auditing are fully covered. To ensure full understanding, a number of realistic practical exercises are performed during this course.
Attendees should have a clear understanding of z/OS and a working knowledge of TSO/ISPF and JCL is also required
This three-day, hands-on course is the natural follow-on to the definitive 'RACF Administration & Auditing' course for all RACF Administrators. It enables attendees to build on the knowledge and skills they have gained previously with further advanced skills and techniques. In this course experienced RACF Administrators will learn how to handle the more technically challenging aspects of using RACF in today's z/OS environments.
Attendees should have a clear understanding of RACF at both the conceptual and practical level. All should have attended the RACF Administration & Auditing [MRFA] course