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BMC Control-M 9.x: Fundamentals for Schedulers (ASP)

The BMC Control-M 9.x: Fundamentals for Schedulers course provides IT professionals with the concepts and hands-on experience of using distributed Control-M products to monitor and manage their production environments, including the creation of job definitions.

This course explores features and functionality found in the Control-M interface, a monitoring and management tool for the enterprise batch scheduling environment.

Participants will learn to manage job processing across all platforms supported by Control-M/Servers and Control-M/Agents, including the creation, scheduling, and deployment of job processing definitions using the Planning domain. Hands-on labs allow participants to apply the procedures and concepts presented in the class.

IMPORTANT: Included in this course is the examination for BMC Accredited Scheduler: BMC Control-M Workload Automation 9.0. Taking the exam and pursuing accreditation is optional, however all students enrolled in the BMC Control-M 9.x: Fundamentals for Schedulers (ASP) course are automatically enrolled in the exam. You will have two attempts to pass the exam. No retakes will be offered. Those who pass will receive the title of BMC Accredited Scheduler: BMC Control-M Workload Automation 9.0.

Major release:

Control-M 9.x

Recommended Prerequisites:

Good for:

Administrators, Operators, Schedulers

Course Delivery:

Assisted Self-Paced | 43 hours

Course Modules

  • Using Resources
    • Introduction to Resources
    • Introduction to Control Resources
    • Introduction to Quantitative Resources
    • Introduction to Workload Policies
  • Working with Variables
    • Introduction to Variables
    • Using Variables in Job Definitions
    • Introduction to Global Variables
    • Use of a Named Pool for Variables
    • Job Output and Variables
    • Introduction to Include Variables
    • Control-M Utilities to Manage Variables
  • Creating Reports
    • Introduction to the Control-M Reporting Facility
    • Generating Reports
    • Mass Using the Report Wizard to Create Report Templates
    • Batch Processing of Reports
  • Managing Viewpoints
    • Introduction to Viewpoints
    • Creating Viewpoints
    • Creating Customizable Filters
    • Accessing Archived Viewpoints
  • Control-M Add-Ons
    • Introduction to Control-M/Forecast
    • Introduction to BMC Batch Impact Manager (BIM)
    • Defining Periodic Statistics
    • Introduction to Control-M Self Service
    • Introduction to Control-M Workload Change Manage