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

This course provides instruction and hands-on practice in the setup, administration, and customization options of the distributed systems Control-M solution. Control-M is a monitoring and management tool for the enterprise batch-scheduling environment. It allows users to manage job processing across all distributed systems platforms supported by instances of Control-M/Server and Control-M/Agent.

You will receive additional training in the creation of job processing definitions, as required to support administrative functions.

IMPORTANT: Included in this course is the following examination:

BMC Certified Professional: Control-M 9.x Online Proctored Exam.

Taking the exam and pursuing certification is optional, however all students enrolled in the Control-M 9.x: Fundamentals for Administrators (ASP) course are automatically enrolled for the exam. To qualify for this exam, candidates must have a valid BMC Certified Associate: Control-M 9.x Online Exam designation.

The course fee includes one attempt to pass the exam. Retakes according to the BMC Certification Policy are available for an additional fee. Those who pass will receive the title of BMC Certified Professional: Control-M 9.x.

Major release:

Control-M 9.x

Good for:

Administrators, Schedulers

Course Delivery:

Assisted Self-Paced | 42.5 hours

Course Modules

  • Connecting Components and Setup
    • Installing and Configuring Control-M/Servers
    • Installing and Configuring Control-M/Agents
    • Introduction to Defining Users
    • Verifying the Environment
  • Automated Workflow
    • New Day Processing
    • Time Zone and Daylight Saving Time Configuration
    • Additional Setup
    • Creating Jobs
    • Defining Viewpoints (Optional)
  • Managing and Monitoring the Environment
    • Starting and Stopping Control-M Components
    • Configuring Control-M/EM System Parameters
    • Configuring Exception and Usage Alerts
    • Managing Control-M Components
    • Monitoring Control-M Components
  • Control-M Add-On Modules
    • Control-M/Forecast
    • BMC Batch Impact Manager
    • BMC Control-M Self Service
    • Control-M Workload Archiving
    • Control-M Workload Change Manager
  • Security and Auditing
    • Control-M/EM Auditing and Annotation Introduction
    • Control-M/EM Security
    • LDAP and Active Directory Support
    • Control-M/Server Security
    • Control-M/Agent Security
    • Control-M/EM Administrator Passwords
  • Feature Management
    • Connectivity Management
    • Job Definitions Version Management
    • Database Maintenance and Database Utilities
    • Database Backup Utilities
    • Control-M High Availability