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Page 1: Training Catalogue - Automic Software Training Catalogue... · AWA Certification Path 1 AWA Web-Based Training (WBT) ONE Automation Foundations 2 AWA Admin Foundations 3 AWA Script

Training Catalogue

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AWA Certification Path 1

AWA Web-Based Training (WBT)ONE Automation Foundations 2

AWA Admin Foundations 3

AWA Script Foundations 4

AWA Operations Foundations 5

AWA Instructor-Led Training (ILT)AWA Design I 6

AWA Design II 7

AWA Script I 8

AWA Script II 9

AWA SAP 10

AWA Environment Administrator 11

AWA Engine Administrator 12

AWA Zero Downtime Upgrade 13

AWA Advanced Administrator 14

AWA Design Refresher w/Expert Exam 15

AWA Administrator w/Expert Exam 16

Supplemental: Provided by Philipp ElmerDB Knowledge Workshop 17

New Features Power Workshop 18

ARA Certification Path 19

ARA Web-Based Training (WBT)ARA Getting Started 20

ARA Instructor-Led Training (ILT)ARA Basics 21

ARA Administrator 22

ARA Advanced 23

Additional Information 24

Table of Contents

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CA Automic Workload Automation (AWA)Certification Path

www.automic.com/certification

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ONE Automation FoundationsWeb-Based Training

Overview:This self-paced, 2-hour Web-Based Training course all about orienting your team for the future of your Automation environment; simple instruction that will enable you to log in and get directions for the later complexities of Workload Automation. Save your brain-power and exploration skills for the complexities of dynamic variables, PromptSets, Conditions and multiple dependencies.

Target Group:All new users of the CA Automic Web Interface (AWI) for AWA, ARA or ASO.

Prerequisites:

• None! Start here!

Outline:

• Introduction to the basic concepts and terminology of AWA

• Introduction to the technical fundamentals of AWA

• Presentation of the interface: Logging in, messages, filters

• Presentation of core objects: Job, File Transfer, Workflow, Schedule, Calendar, Notification

• Other capabilities: Dependencies, preconditions

• Fundamentals of Operations Management: Statuses, actions

• Miscellaneous concepts: Perspectives, Analytics

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Overview:This self-paced, 6-hour Web-Based Training course is focused upon helping administrators begin to understand the basic architecture of the Automation Engine. A specific walk-through installing all of the major components on Windows and Unix are demonstrated. Students are given a good understanding of the role of the specific .ini files and their configurations as well as the various executables and permissions needed to successfully start up an AWA environment. A Course Completion Exam is included in order to prove successful understanding of the information covered in the class.

Target Group:AWA Administrators

Prerequisites:

• ONE Automation Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• Next recommended classes:

• AWA Environment Administrator

• AWA Engine Administrator

AWA Admin FoundationsWeb-Based Training

Outline:

• Presentation of broad concepts regarding

the installation of the Automation Engine

• Overview of the components and the

relationships that exist between them

• Presentation of the Administration

Perspective

• Running a test Job to ensure the

installation is valid

• Windows & Unix – Comprehensive

demonstrations: Installing and Configuring:

» The SQL-Server and Oracle databases

» The Utilities

» The Engine

» The ServiceManager

» The CA Automic Web Interface (AWI)

» An Agent

» Additional configuration and verifications

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AWA Script FoundationsWeb-Based Training

Overview:Did you know that CA Automic has its own programming language allowing users to interact and write scripts inside the Automation Engine? This is a short Web-Based Training course that prepares students to take the more advanced classes that will utilize this script language. Learn the formatting and basic contextual clues that will help you get the most out of your objects.

Target Group:CA Automic users and designers who would like to learn how to interact programmatically from inside the Automation Engine. Administrators can also utilize this language to retrieve system information.

Prerequisites:

• ONE Automation Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Design 1

Outline:

• Definition and Purpose of CA Automic’s Scripting Language

• Overview of Scripting Syntax

• Statements & Commands

• Variables: Basic Rules and Functions

• GUI Applications: Process, Pre & Post Tabs, Script Objects, PSET Command, Variables &

Prompts Tab

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Overview:This self-paced, 6-hour Web-Based Training course is all about the long-forgotten team member: the Operator. Oftentimes, this integral role is overlooked—they are not prioritized as training targets (no time!) but are essential to running successful workflows. What is the difference between cancel and cancel recursive? What are the implications of an abended job and blocked workflows? How can I tell what an Event object is doing? All of these questions and more are answered to give your team a first handle on how to actually keep your environment running smoothly. It includes practical examples of use.

Target Group:Users who monitor and report on running jobs, events and workflows.

Prerequisites:

• ONE Automation Foundations

Outline:

• Comprehensive presentation of principles of operations management: (1) Observe

(2) Analyze (3) act

• Presentation of the Process Monitoring Perspective and Widget

• Defining core concepts and actions: Task, status, object type, cancellation, deactivation,

executions

• Identifying the components of a Task: Object type, execution type, status

• Managing basic object Tasks

• Managing Schedule objects

• Managing recurring executions

• Managing other objects like Sync and Events

• Understanding actions and how they are used

• Full description and use in context of 27 actions

AWA Operations FoundationsWeb-Based Training

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Overview:Objects are the building-blocks of all CA Automic products. Jobs, Logins, Workflows, Events, Schedules, and many more are just the beginning of how to make complex dependencies to interact with your environment. This course teaches the student how to handle rudimentary objects and begin using them to leverage for your automation needs. Not all features of all objects are discussed, but enough to get your feet wet and launch you in the right direction.

Target Group:CA Automic developers/designers—those whose jobs include creating the Workflows to automate your applications, databases and operating systems. This course is also useful for administrators and operators who may need to troubleshoot certain job problems.

Prerequisites:

• ONE Automation Foundations

AWA Design IInstructor-Led Training

Outline: • AE and its Objects

» Object Orientation • Folder Creation

» Object Creation • Authorization for Object Execution

» The Login Object • Basic Executables I

» Basic Objects for OS and APP Executions: The JOBS Object

• Basic Executables II » Complex Objects for OS and APP Executions: The JOBP Object

• Add-ons for Basic Executables » Notifications and Requests: The CALL Object

» Parameter Settings at Execution Time: the PRPT Object

• Planning and Automation of Tasks: » Calendars and Keywords: The CALE Object

» Automation of Tasks: The JSCH Object

• Activation of Tasks: » One Time Execution » Periodic Execution » The PERIOD Object

• Additional Executables: » Agent-to-Agent File Transfer operations: The JOBF Object

» Different kinds of Events: The EVNT Object

• Objects for Dynamic Execution: » Agent Groups: The HOSTG Object » Static Variables: The VARA Object

• Documentation for Tasks and More: » The Documentation tab in Objects » The DOCU Object

• Exchange and Transportation of object definitions: » The Export/Import Functions

• AE Internal Information: » Basics about the Database Schema

• Put it All together: » A Final Workshop Session

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AWA Design IIInstructor-Led Training

Overview:Learn how to take your objects (Workflows, Jobs, Variables, etc) to the next level. Learn about how to make complex dependencies and utilize the expanded features of the Automation Engine. Create dynamic variables and utilize those in user-defined prompts for one-off executions. Pre-define conditions to handle actions for preventative behaviors or additional reporting. Begin to use the CA Automic scripting language to programmatically handle certain activities and loops.

Target Group:Advanced CA Automic developers/designers—those whose jobs include creating the Workflows to automate your applications, databases and operating systems. This course is also useful for administrators and operators who may need to troubleshoot certain job problems.

Prerequisites:

• ONE Automation Foundations

• AWA Design 1

• AWA Script Foundations

Outline: • All you need to know about Queues • Authorization for Specific Objects:

» The CONN Object » Usage of CONN Objects (RA Jobs, SQL Jobs)

• Jobs: More than simple Execution: » Enhanced JOBS Topics

• Analysis of Job Output: » The FILTER Object » The Output Scan Tab

• Workflows: not just simple dependencies: » Additional Functions, Parameters and Task Properties

• Promptsets in Detail: » Creation and Handling of PRPT Objects » Usage in Jobs and Workflows » Dynamic Promptsets

• Automated Rollback Functionality: » Definition » Usage

• Logical Resources » The SYNC Object: Creation and Usage

• Grouping of single Tasks » The JOBG Object: Creation and Usage of Job Groups

• Execution of Automation Script » The SCRI Object

• Dynamic variables: » Usage of Variable Objects

• Support for mixed Environments » Generic Jobs: Creation and Usage

• Flexible Usage of additional Resources » The Storage Object

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AWA Script IInstructor-Led Training

Overview:Now that you know the basic building-blocks of CA Automic Workload Automation, you can begin to utilize scripting inside your objects for advanced capabilities. Learn about Script Functions and Script Statements and how you can use basic programmatic skills to create loops, search reports and activate objects based upon returned values.

Target Group:CA Automic users and designers who are would like to learn how to interact programmatically from inside the Automation Engine. Administrators can also utilize this language to retrieve system information.

Prerequisites:

• ONE Automation Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Design 1

• AWA Script Foundations (Web-Based Training)

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AWA Script IIInstructor-Led Training

Overview:CA Automic’s qualified instructors provide in-depth classroom training at our training centers. The programs range from one to five days and consist of concept reviews, product demonstrations, and hands-on labs that use real life scenarios to prepare students to effectively implement CA Automic solutions.

Target Group:Data Processing Professionals and Process Engineers who have completed AWA Script 1 and are looking for more in depth AWA Scripting experience.

Prerequisites:

• ONE Automation Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Design 1

• AWA Script Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Script 1

Outline:

• Build experience with solving complex challenges by practicing prepared examples

• Exchange of experience

• Bring your own practical problems/tasks to the workshop and discuss them with the trainer

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Overview:Special 3 Day training course for using the AutomationEngine in combination with SAP. During this training, participants will use the AE scripting language along with SAP JCL to automate various functions in SAP/R3 and other SAP applications.

Target Group:SAP users of Data Processing organizations, process engineering and EDP centers

Prerequisites:

• ONE Automation Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Admin Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Environment Administrator

• AWA Engine Administrator

• AWA Script Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• An elective for AWA Administrator

Outline:

• CA Automic scripting language SAP/JCL

• Processing Reports, Jobs, Batch input sessions

• Modification of variants

• Reading the SAP/R3 monitor

• Call interface

AWA SAPInstructor-Led Training

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Overview:The administration topics of CA Automic Workload Automation are divided into two parts: working on the physical machines and administering inside the software itself. This course is based upon the former—taking a look at the machines where the installation resides. You will learn about the connections between machines, the configuration files, and permissions needed to allow smooth running of your system.

Target Group:CA Automic administrators, OS-specific administrators, Application-specific administrators, Database administrators. Anyone who wants to know how the Automation Engine will sit and interact with their zone of responsibility should attend this class.

Prerequisites:

• ONE Automation Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Admin Foundations (Web-Based Training)

Outline:

• Environment Basics: Define the AE, Architecture, Firewall/Port Configuration

• AWA Security: Encryption & Authentication Methods and Settings

• Database: AE Tables & Areas, Database Maintenance, ILM

• Additional Functional Agents: RA Agent Setup & Database Agents (for Variables, Jobs & Events)

• Agent Maintenance: Single Agent Maintenance & Centralized Agent Upgrade

• Zero Downtime Upgrade: Prerequisites & Running ZDU

AWA Environment AdministratorInstructor-Led Training

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Overview:The administration topics of CA Automic Workload Automation are divided into two parts: working on the physical machines and administering inside the software itself. This course is based upon the latter—working with all of the settings and features you will need to set up an efficient environment for your users to work in. We focus on system variables and settings along with permissions and access control.

Target Group:CA Automic administrators—those users who will be creating user accounts, setting up templates, clients and other best practice procedures.

Prerequisites:

• ONE Automation Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Admin Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Environment Administrator

Outline:

• Technical Administration: Architecture, Administration Perspective, Clients

• AWA Security Administration: User Management, Authorizations, Privileges, User Groups

• AWA Functional Administration: System Configuration Objects, Object Templates,

Administration Variables, Import/Export

• AWA Troubleshooting

AWA Engine AdministratorInstructor-Led Training

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Overview:What if you could update your entire Automation Engine system with no downtime at all? Learn how to prepare for, install, and implement the CA Automic Zero Downtime Upgrade in your environment with this day-long workshop.

Target Group:Administrators planning their automation roadmap who would rather not take a production outage during an upgrade.

Prerequisites:

• ONE Automation Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Environment Administrator

Outline:

• Installation - Split, Distributed

• Configuration Variations - Hardware

• Running the ZDU via Java client and AWI

• Rollback

• Plug-Ins, Agents, and Proxys

AWA Zero Downtime UpgradeInstructor-Led Training

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Overview:The AWA Advanced Administrator course is a 3 day instructor-led opportunity that provides AE Administrators and technical staff with advanced information of the internal workings of the AE system. Understanding the basic architecture helps your team to identify potential software and database issues. This class is considered an elective.

Target Group:CA Automic administrators who have worked inside of AWA for at least 2 years maintaining Test, Dev and Production environments who want to expand their expertise into troubleshooting, the maintenance of the AE database and system security.

Prerequisites:

• ONE Automation Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Admin Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Environment Administrator

• AWA Engine Administrator

Outline:

• AE System concept, Start procedure of AE processes

• Enabling and analysis of traces covering the Database, Server, AWI, Agents, and RFC Server

• Description of the database tables and the information within, Maintenance of the database

• Internal procedures during the execution of objects

• Advanced Security, Administration and Configuration

AWA Advanced AdministratorInstructor-Led Training

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Overview:Now that you have proven your basic knowledge of the Automation Engine through the prerequisite courses and spend a couple of years working inside the software creating and maintaining Jobs, Workflows and Variables, you are ready to take the next step and become a verified Expert. We highly recommend spending the time in this course refreshing your knowledge of all aspects of Design in AWA before taking the 4-hour practical exam. You will be tasked with solving practical problems that show true mastery of the Design subjects.

Target Group:CA Automic users and designers who have worked inside of AWA for at least 2 years creating and maintaining complex Workflows.

Prerequisites:

• ONE Automation Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Design 1

• AWA Design 2

• AWA Script Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Script 1

Outline:

• Preparation for the AWA Designer Exam

• Review of AWA Design 1 & 2 concepts

• Review of AWA Script concepts

• Content will cater to participants needs

AWA Design Refresher w/Expert ExamInstructor-Led Training

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Overview:Now that you have proven your basic knowledge of the Automation Engine through the prerequisite courses and spent a couple of years working inside the software administering a Production environment, you are ready to take the next step and become a verified Expert. We highly recommend spending the time in this course refreshing your knowledge of all aspects of Administration in AWA before taking the 4-hour practical exam. You will be tasked with solving practical problems that show true mastery of the Administration subjects.

Target Group:CA Automic administrators who have worked inside of AWA for at least 2 years maintaining Test, Dev and Production environments.

Prerequisites:

• ONE Automation Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Admin Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• AWA Environment Administrator

• AWA Engine Administrator

• AWA Script Foundations (Web-Based Training)

• An elective for AWA Administrator

Outline:

• Architecture, Administration Perspective, Clients

• User Management, Authorizations, Privileges, User Groups

• System Configuration Objects, Object. Templates, Administration Variables, Import/Export

AWA Administrator Refresher w/Expert ExamInstructor-Led Training

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Overview:This elective workshop explains the database scheme for AutomationEngine, showing techniques and Best Practices for AutomationEngine database queries. You will learn how to retrieve data from the AutomationEngine database using a SQL client and directly via the AWI.

Target Group:Experienced users of the AutomationEngine who have access to and need to run jobs against the AutomationEngine database.

Prerequisites:

• Experience with using the AutomationEngine

• Access to the AutomationEngine Database

• Basic SQL knowledge - particularly SELECT statements

Outline:

• Database schema

• Overview of common methods of data retrieval within the AWI

• Practice executing example queries that address common challenges and needs

DB Knowledge Workshop: Provided by Philipp Elmer

For additional information: www.philippelmer.com

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Upgrade Your CA Automic KnowledgeIn 2017 many companies will upgrade their V10 CA Automic software, as this version will only be maintained until October of this year. Upgrading from V10 to V12 is a challenging process for all users of the software. Functionality and handling of the software have changed a lot – especially as with V12 the CA Automic Web Interface hast replaced the Java User Interface.

The workshop CA Automic Refresher: V10 to V12 helps you to know what is coming and how to be prepared. Over the course of four days, you will learn how to find your way around with the AWI, you will get to know all the new features and changes in the system, and you will learn how to make your Jobs and Objects ready for the upgrade.

Smooth Operation after the UpgradeThis workshop is designed for all users of CA Automic who have to keep their jobs and workflows running after the upgrade is complete. When CA Automic is being upgraded, jobs, workflows, and objects have to be checked: Will they work after the upgrade? What changes are necessary to make them work?

The four days of the workshop will prepare you for this process and help you to identify all the critical points in your system. And it will give you the tools to prepare them for the new version.

Learn the necessary steps, measures, and risks to bring your working environment up to date.

Get to know the new FeaturesV11 and V12 have brought lots of new objects and features in general. Some of the most important ones are:

• CA Automic Web Interface: The AWI replaced the Java UI and knowing how to control it is crucial for operating CA Automic V12.

• Objects: Several new object types were introduced and some were changed. The workshop will teach you how to best apply them.

• Scripting: There were several changes to AE Scripting and you have to know them to effectively handle the new version.

• CA Automic Analytics: The one V12 feature everyone keeps talking about. Learn how to get the most out of the new Analytics fun.

And a lot more: The workshop will teach you about ZDU, SLM, CAU, VARA.XML and many more features, that will make your daily use of CA Automic easier and more effective.

New Features Power Workshop:Provided by Philipp Elmer

For additional information: www.philippelmer.com

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CA Automic Release Automation (ARA)Certification Path

www.automic.com/certification

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ARA Getting StartedWeb-Based Training

OverviewARA training targets to ensure that students have knowledge to understand and run ARA. It will train students on how to setup, manage and automatically deploy releases as well as administer ARA.

Prerequisites

• AWA Designer - Recommended

• Understanding of Deployment Concepts

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ARA BasicsInstructor-Led Training

Overview:Application Release Automation is a complicated topic that can be overwhelming to users new to DevOps. Beyond navigating, ARA Basics is a detailed look at the building blocks of a release and includes Entities, Approvals, Dynamic Properties, Rollback and Deployment Calendars.

Target Group:Anyone who is interested in DevOps and how automating releases can serve your cooperative environment. Designers and Administrators will both need to know the basic functionality and terminology taught in this course

Prerequisites:

• ARA Web-Based Training – Getting Started

• AWA Designer - Recommended

Outline:

• ARA Introduction and components

• ARA Navigation

• Working with ARA Entities

» Applications

» Components

» Environments

» Deployment Targets

» Packages

» Deployment Profiles

» Workflows

» Queues

• Working with Dynamic Properties

• Use Deployment Calendar

• Basics of Rollback

• Learn about Approvals

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ARA AdministratorInstructor-Led Training

Overview:This course explains administration of ARA. It allows students to obtain skills required to administer ARA such as ARA User Management and Logging. This course will teach students how to install, upgrade and uninstall Action Packs.

Target Group:ARA Administrators

Prerequisites:

• ARA Web-Based Training - Getting Started

• ARA Basics

• ARA Advanced - Recommended

• AWA Designer – Recommended

Outline:

• Working with Activity Templates

• Create and Manage Login Objects

• User Management

• ARA Action Packs

» Import new action packs

» Upgrade to new version

» Remove packs

• Import Export CLI and Clean-up Utility

• Logging

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ARA AdvancedInstructor-Led Training

Overview:This course explains advance topics in depth. It allows students to obtain advance ARA skills such as Release Management, Environment Snapshots and Custom Types. In this course students will learn how to customize ARA to specific enterprise requirements.

Target Group:Advanced Users of ARA

Prerequisites:

• ARA Web-Based Training – Getting Started

• ARA Basics

• AWA Designer - Recommended

Outline:

• Working with Custom Types

• Create and use Package States

• Working with Environment Snapshots and Comparison

• Release Management

» Define and Create Release

» Stageflow and Milestones

» Release Calendar and Baselines

• Learn more about Rollback

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Additional Information

With the aim of creating solutions perfectly tailored to clients’ needs, CA Automic has been sharing its insights, best practices and expertise through its training center, CA Automic University, for over 30 years. Training and certification courses combine theory with real-world case studies. They cover:

• The full range of CA Automic’s software solutions: the Automation Engine, ONE Automation, Application Manager, Dollar Universe, Sysload, Streamcore, and many more

• All IT best practices and reference material: ITIL®, PRINCE2®, COBIT®, CMMI, DevOps, Lean IT and Cloud – using a variety of innovative teaching tools, such as the CA Automic edition of the well-known board game Trivial Pursuit™ (there are six editions, each dedicated to a different information system).

Our training combines education with operational experience, as it is given by experienced consultants from CA Automic’s Professional Services department as well as from consultancy firm CA Automic Consulting.

www.automic.com/certification

Questions? [email protected]

To see a list and sign up for currently available virtual live or in-person classes in your area: www.automic.com/upcoming-courses

To sign up for Web-Based Training: www.automic.com/elearning

Did you know that there is a group of users and employees who can provide answers to your questions? Sign up for community.automic.com today and leverage others around the world for ideas and innovation using CA Automic products.