SYS1.PARMLIB: What It Is, What's Important, and Why?
Join us Tuesday, September 27, at 11:00 a.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. CT for our complimentary educational webinar "SYS1.PARMLIB: What It Is, What's Important, and Why?"
The PARMLIB dataset is arguably the single most important dataset in a z/OS® enterprise. Controlling everything from system initialization, tailoring, catalog operations, and storage management to security, automation, console functions, and more, the PARMLIB concatenation is critical to z/OS functioning.
While we can't cover all 80+ members in a single session, our September webinar will cover some of the most important ones that affect system configuration (IEASYSxx, LOADxx, PROGxx, IEASYMxx, IKJTSOxx) and storage management (ALLOCxx, DEVSUPxx, IGDSMSxx, and IGGCATxx). Specifically, we'll talk about a few of the most important members, as well as the parmlib concatenation and filtering (to handle multiple systems), and the important console commands related to some of the PARMLIB members.
About Our Presenter:
Steve Pryor, CTO at DTS Software, has a more than 30-year background in storage manage-ment, design, and support, and frequently speaks at industry events. Prior to joining DTS in the early 2000s, Steve made important contributions at several mainframe software vendors, designing and implementing major products and components.