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Control-M 21.x: Fundamentals Scheduling

The Control-M 21.x: Fundamentals Scheduling course provides IT professionals with the concepts and hands-on experience of using distributed Control-M products to monitor and manage their production environments. This includes creating job definitions; monitoring and intervening in the production jobs; reviewing, tracking, and analyzing problems; and using tools to analyze areas that can be improved.

This course explores features and functionality found in both Control-M GUI and Control-M Web interfaces for the enterprise batch scheduling environment.

Participants will learn to create, schedule, and manage job processing using the Planning domain. Hands-on labs allow participants to apply the procedures and concepts presented in the class.

Major release:

Control-M 21.x

Good for:

Operators, Schedulers

Course Delivery:

Instructor-Led Training (ILT) | 32 Stunden

Course Modules

  • Control-M Solution Overview
    • Introduction to Control-M Solution
    • Roles and Responsibilities of a Control-M Scheduler
    • Control-M Interfaces
    • Control-M Concepts
    • Control-M New Features and Enhancements
  • Working with Control-M Jobs
    • Creating Jobs
    • Creating Job Dependencies
    • Managing Workspace, Folder, and Job Definition
    • Working with Jobs in Control-M Web
  • Job Execution Properties
    • Introduction to Cyclic Jobs
    • Using Keep Active and Manual Confirmation
    • Managing Job Execution Properties in Control-M Web
  • Managing Viewpoints
    • Introduction to Viewpoints
    • Creating Viewpoints
    • Creating Customizable Filters
    • Managing Viewpoints in Control-M Web
  • Control-M Variables
    • Introduction to Variables
    • Using Variables
    • Shared Variables
    • Variables and Job Output
    • Using Include Variables
    • Control-M Web Variables
  • Working with Resources
    • Introduction to Resources
    • Introduction to Control Resources
    • Introduction to Quantitative Resources
    • Introduction to Workload Policies
    • Working with Resources in Control-M Web
  • Client Tools for Job Management
    • Introduction to Control-M Job Types
    • Introduction to Job Templates
    • Using Functions in a Job Template
    • Using Job Template to Mass Create Jobs
    • Using Find and Update
    • Managing Job Versions