AIX is IBM's variant of UNIX. AIX is an open, standards-based operating system. AIX provides fully integrated support for 32 and 64 bit applications. With its origins firmly in the UNIX camp, AIX offers the benefits of an open system with the backing of IBM.
Public Scheduled and On-Site Courses (delivered on customer site)
Training courses specifically aimed at AIX users, AIX Developers and AIX System Administrators are mandatory for the successful use of AIX systems.
GBdirect offers a range of courses from our AIX schedule covering the specifics of AIX,including AIX system specific administration training courses.
On the GBdirect AIX Fundamentals course each delegate has a dedicated workstation with access to an AIX server. Delegates attending the AIX System Administration - Part I training course or the AIX System Administration - Part II training course will have use of an AIX server for the duration of the training course.
With a wealth of AIX experience, GBdirect's AIX training team has the skills and experience to modify or tailor any of our AIX training courses for delivery on your premises. If required, GBdirect can provide the necessary AIX hardware and software for AIX training courses taking place on your premises.
GBdirect have developed their own unique AIX course training notes to accompany each training course. The AIX course notes have been developed to help support the training process throughout the course and to act as a helpful AIX reference guide to the delegate after the training course.
The courses include a 3 day AIX Basics course, a 2 day AIX Shell Programming course, a 3 day AIX Advanced Shell Programming Tools course, a 5 day AIX System Administration - Part I course and a 5 day AIX System Administration - Part II course.
GBdirect's AIX foundation courses cover topics that include the AIX file structure, Unix commands and the AIX vi editor. The AIX Shell Programming (AIX scripting) course covers the AIX Korn Shell scripting. The AIX Advanced Shell Programming course, covers the usage of additional AIX tools including awk, SED and make. The AIX System Administration courses cover, the AIX Filesystems, AIX commands for backup & restore, setting up users on AIX and configuring printers under AIX. The AIX SMIT system is also covered on the AIX System Administration courses.
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