Power System for AIX II- Implementation And Administration - AN12 Course Overview

Power System for AIX II- Implementation And Administration - AN12 Course Overview

The Power Systems for AIX II - Implementation and Administration - AN12 course is designed for system administrators and IT professionals, to deepen their understanding of the AIX operating system, which runs on IBM Power Systems. The course covers essential topics such as system startup and shutdown, AIX installation, software maintenance, system configuration, Logical Volume Manager (LVM), paging space, backup and restore, security, user administration, scheduling, TCP/IP networking, and Workload Partitions. Through a balance of lectures and hands-on exercises, participants will learn to install, configure, and maintain AIX systems efficiently and securely, gaining skills that are crucial for managing complex, multi-user environments. By the end of the course, learners will have a solid foundation in AIX system administration, enabling them to improve system reliability and performance in their organizations.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure that participants are able to fully benefit from the "Power System for AIX II: Implementation and Administration - AN12" course, the following prerequisites are required:


  • Basic understanding of AIX, including familiarity with the purpose and basic functions of the operating system.
  • Ability to use basic AIX commands, including those related to file and directory management.
  • Knowledge of AIX navigation and the ability to manage files and directories.
  • Previous experience with AIX system administration or completion of the "Power Systems for AIX I: LPAR Configuration and Planning" course (AN11) or equivalent knowledge.
  • General understanding of TCP/IP networking concepts for AIX.
  • Basic understanding of logical volume concepts, such as physical volumes, logical volumes, and volume groups.
  • Familiarity with hardware concepts pertinent to IBM Power Systems.

These prerequisites are designed to establish a foundational skill set that will enable participants to maximize their learning experience in this course. Individuals with these skills should be well-prepared to engage with the course material and perform the practical exercises included in the curriculum.


Target Audience for Power System for AIX II- Implementation And Administration - AN12

  1. This advanced course covers AIX system administration, targeting IT professionals familiar with IBM Power Systems and AIX.


    • System Administrators specializing in IBM AIX and Power Systems
  • Technical Support Personnel working with AIX and IBM Power Systems


  • IT Professionals seeking to upgrade their AIX administration skills


  • Experienced UNIX/Linux Administrators transitioning to AIX on IBM Power Systems


  • Systems Engineers and Architects designing AIX solutions for enterprise environments


  • AIX Certified Users aiming for higher certifications and expertise


  • Data Center Managers overseeing AIX operating environments


  • IT Consultants providing services for IBM AIX systems administration


  • Infrastructure Developers involved with IBM Power Systems and AIX environments




Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Power System for AIX II- Implementation And Administration - AN12?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes

The Power System for AIX II: Implementation and Administration - AN12 course is designed to equip students with the skills to manage and administer AIX operating systems on IBM Power Systems effectively.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Gain an understanding of IBM Power Systems and the AIX operating system, focusing on system administration tasks.
  • Learn to utilize AIX system management tools for effective system monitoring and control.
  • Master the procedures for proper system startup and shutdown to ensure system integrity.
  • Acquire skills in AIX installation, including planning and troubleshooting installations.
  • Become proficient in AIX software installation and maintenance, managing system updates and patches.
  • Understand system configuration, device management, and troubleshooting in an AIX environment.
  • Obtain a comprehensive overview of system storage and Logical Volume Manager (LVM), including volume group management and file system allocation.
  • Learn how to administer file systems, including creation, maintenance, and data integrity assurance.
  • Manage paging space to optimize system performance and understand the concepts of backup and restore for data protection.
  • Study security and user administration to manage user access, enforce security policies, and configure system auditing.
  • Grasp the fundamentals of scheduling and time management in AIX to automate tasks and processes.
  • Develop an understanding of TCP/IP networking on AIX, including configuration and troubleshooting network issues.
  • Get introduced to Workload Partitions (WPARs) for resource isolation and utilization in virtualized environments.