We periodically hear from companies running IBM i software applications who are concerned about their future ability to support IBM i. With their in-house expert or small IBM i team nearing retirement age, the pool of technical knowledge is gradually shrinking.
One of IBM i's strengths is that it normally requires minimal staffing. But low maintenance doesn’t mean no maintenance. You should always have at least one staff member who understands the operating system, IBM Power hardware, database, security, storage, monitoring, IBM software and hardware maintenance plans, and system management tasks.
Fortunately, the COMMON User Group has developed an online video learning series to meet this need. The presenters are well respected experts from across North America.
Not a COMMON member? We encourage you to join. However, the bootcamp is open to anyone. Learn more about pricing, video overviews, and speakers at the COMMON website.
While there are numerous IBM Business Partners eager to help you manage your IBM i environment, we believe in-house knowledge is power.
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