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What will I learn from this course?
This course is designed to teach administrators of PowerOn how to set up and maintain the PowerOn application. As a basis, it provides a review of the PowerOn architecture and covers all the key server processes, which administrators are expected to maintain and monitor. The course is designed to provide instruction for source code structure, image management, and fundamental core Smallworld administration tasks specific to PowerOn. In addition, the course provides instruction on patch management and upgrades. Finally, the course provides suggestions for tuning and maintaining the PowerOn oracle database.
Who Should Attend?
The course is designed for system administrators, who are familiar with managing software and databases.
There are no mandatory prerequisites for this course. Participants are expected to have a background in database administration. Working knowledge of PowerOn, Smallworld and Oracle is preferred but not required.
The objective of this course is to make the participant proficient in managing the 24x7 PowerOn outage management system. At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Administer all server processes
Understand the network model update and how to investigate build issues
Perform basic oracle tuning for the database
Know process to get help when problems arise
Know how to manage patch releases and version upgrades
PowerOn Architecture Overview
PowerOn System/Server Processes
Source Code Structure and Patch Management
Core Smallworld Administration Tasks for PowerOn
Managing the Replication Process
PowerOn Backup/Failover Options
Oracle database tuning
Managing core Smallworld and PowerOn TSB releases