Duration: 765 Hrs (7 hrs/ day, 6 days/ week)

Mainframe is an ultra high performance computer made for high volume, processor intensive computing. They are legacy systems typically used by large businesses and for scientific purposes. A Mainframe can usually execute many programs simultaneously at a high speed perform large-scale transaction processing, support thousands of users and application programs concurrently accessing numerous resources.
Mainframes remain mission critical with ninety-five percent of Fortune 1000 companies using mainframes and sixty to eighty percent of corporate data residing on mainframes. Mainframes move more than $65 trillion per day through online systems.

The increased popularity of the mainframe can be attributed to its ever-increasing openness and its ability to host new workloads. Today’s mainframes extend the reach of their traditional scalability, reliability, flexibility and security by hosting Linux and in some cases UNIX environments.
Currently the largest manufacturers of Mainframe are IBM and UNISYS.  

Recognizing the strategic importance of IBM's mainframe technology and the robustness of its prospects, Keltron Knowledge Services has pledged to initiate training a new generation of mainframe experts with mainframe-literate IT professionals to target the market place by the end of 2010.

This initiative is aimed at training a new generation of mainframe experts.  

Course Modules :
   MVS (Multiple Virtual Storage)
   COBOL (Common Business Oriented Language)
   JCL (Job Control language)
   VSAM (Virtual Storage Access Method)
   DB2 (Universal Database 2)
   CICS (Customer Information Control Systems)

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