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PLI202 - Introduction to Tandem for Programmers
DESCRIPTION
This course is for all Development and Programming personnel who will have hands-on access to Tandem system(s). This is an intensive 2-day, hands-on introduction to Tandem fundamentals. The student will be introduced to the concepts of fault tolerance, parallelism, and scalable architecture. They will have heavy hands-on labs using the more common utilities and be introduced to the impact this architecture has on design and coding methodologies.

Course Duration: 2 days (on-site)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Those who will design applications, code programs, or design databases on Tandem system(s).

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

  • Concept of fault-tolerant, scalable systems
  • The impact of parallelism
  • Impact on application and program design
  • Impact on database design and implementation

NOTE: - All modules involve hands-on practice during lecture.

PREREQUISITES

  • None

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COURSE DETAILS
  • Module 1 The Basics Defined:
    • Tandem History
    • Fault Tolerance
    • Data Integrity
    • High Performance
    • Scalability
    • Continuous Availability
    • Parallelism
    • Interprocess Communication
    • ServerNet
  • Module 2 - Basic Utilities
    • Using TACL
    • Help Key
    • Productivity Tools
    • RUN Commands
    • FUP
    • PERUSE
    • EDIT and TEDIT
    • DSAP
    • LAB
  • Module 3 - Operating System Features
    • Process Components & identification
    • NonStop Processes
    • "I'm Alive"
    • Process Priority and the Ready List
    • File Types
    • NonStop SQL/MP
  • Module 4 - Basic Guardian Security
    • System Views
    • User Logons and Identification
    • File Access Rules
    • File Access by Processes
    • Access Rules
    • Security
    • Remote Access Rules
    • Safeguard
  • Module 5 - Transaction Protection
    • Transaction threats
    • TM/MP Environment
    • TM/MP Capabilities
    • Online Audit Trails
    • Database Backups and Restores
    • Remote Duplicate Database Facility
    • Transactions and their control
  • Module 6 - Database Management
    • Database Management Systems
    • ENSCRIBE Record Management
    • NonStop SQL/MP Database Management
    • Catalog Usage
    • SQL Conversational Interface (SQLCI)
    • LOAD and RELOAD
  • Module 7 - Basics of Interprocess Communication
    • Traditional Batch Applications
    • Online Transaction Processing
    • Monolithic vs. Multi-Process Programs
    • Pathway
    • Client/Server Environment
    • Web-Enabled Environment
    • Multi-Process Implemented in Batch
    • "Marbles in a Tube"
  • Module 8 - Interprocess Implementation
    • Batch vs. Requester/Server Environment Description
    • Client/Server Environment Description
    • $RECEIVE
    • Code Examples in COBOL, TAL, and C
    • Web-Enabling Pathway Environments
 
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