InterSystems IRIS, Caché, Architecture, Security, Roles, Resources, Users, System Diagnostics, Backups, High Availability, Performance
3 days, $8,550
Available as a private virtual classroom course only
This three-day course teaches system and database administrators the essential information necessary to configure the InterSystems server data platform, perform regular database tasks such as backups, monitor and troubleshoot at the database level, and control database user access.
Some administrators may want to consider the five-day Managing InterSystems Servers course that includes the topics of the Essentials course in greater detail as well as certain topics not covered, such as encryption and distributed caching.
This course is applicable to both InterSystems IRIS and Caché. Although most course content is platform independent, students complete the exercises using Windows.
There are no prerequisites for Managing InterSystems Servers Essentials.
Preparing for Class
Online courses that will help you familiarize yourself with material covered in class but are not required are:
- Overview of the results of installing InterSystems IRIS or Caché
- Licensing Basics
- Memory allocations
- Creating Namespaces and Databases
- Global, Routine and Package Mappings
- Configuration Files
- Write Image Journaling
- Journal Files
- Integrity Checks
- Database Free Space and Expansion
- Task Scheduler
- Managing Processes
- Performance Statistics
- Monitoring and alerting
- System Logs
- Diagnostic Report
- System Hang
- Process Problems
- Auditing Overview
- Authentication Overview
- Authorization Overview
- Creating Users and Roles
Rescheduling and Cancellation
InterSystems reserves the right to cancel or reschedule a class at least 10 business days prior to the announced start date. We will usually cancel a class if there are fewer than five registrants. In the event of cancellation by InterSystems, we will refund any payment made for the canceled course.
Tuition is fully refundable if a registrant notifies InterSystems at least 10 business days prior to the announced start date. For cancellation received afterward, we will provide a credit toward a future class.