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IBM System x Technical Principles (XTR11G)

IBM Course Code: XTR11

This is the entry course for all of the System x Technical Education Roadmaps including certification, clustering, and systems management. The student will gain a thorough understanding of the design, architectures, features, and functions of IBM System x servers.

This course will cover all the technological innovations that comprise the System x and BladeCenter product portfolio. First, we will build a foundation centered around basic System x architectures and technologies that are featured across the product line. Next, we focus on the products that comprise the System x server portfolio: tower, rack, and the new eX5 line of servers. Finally, we will look at one of the hottest infrastructure solutions: virtualization. This course will show how the System x technologies, tools, systems management options, and support combine to provide a total end-to-end business solution.

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What You'll Learn

  • List the features of IBM X-Architecture
  • Recognize the System x server product line
  • Articulate the elements that comprise IBM Smarter Planet
  • Describe how System x plays a key role in IBM Smarter Planet
  • List the three key requirements of IBM Smarter Planet
  • Recognize the basic server types
  • Articulate the features of the System x disk subsystem
  • List the RAID levels supported by IBM ServeRAID adapters
  • List the key elements of the System x memory subsystem
  • Identify the various System x processor options
  • Describe the features common to System x networking subsystem
  • Examine the System x PCI subsystem
  • Articulate the features of the Integrated Management Module (IMM)
  • List the features of Light Path Diagnostics
  • Describe the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI)
  • Articulate the benefits of IBM Systems Director
  • Describe the new virtualization extension of IBM Systems Director - VMControl
  • Articulate the ways that IBM Active Energy Manager can save a typical data center power and cooling costs
  • List all the deployment, update, diagnostic, and configuration tools available from the IBM ToolsCenter
  • Recognize the IBM System x tower server portfolio
  • Recognize the IBM System x rack server portfolio
  • Recognize the IBM eX5 enterprise server portfolio
  • Recognize the benefit to installing the Standalone Solutions Configuration Tool (SSCT)
  • List the features of the IBM Hardware Configurator
  • Describe benefits of using the Configuration and Options Guide
  • Understand the value of the BladeCenter & System x Power Configurator Tool
  • Describe the recommendations provided by the Sizing Guides
  • Recognize the key components listed in the IBM Workload Estimator (WLE)
  • Introduce the concepts and considerations for rack design and implementation in the data center
  • Provide an overview of power requirements and options, including PDU selection and IBM configuration and planning tools
  • Introduce chassis cooling concepts
  • List three IT issues that helped virtualization become popular
  • List three benefits of using virtualization
  • Identify the key differences between Type 1 and Type 2 hypervisors
  • Distinguish the System x product line by listing the features that support virtualization
  • List the IBM virtualization offerings available today

Who Needs to Attend

Enrollment in this course is not restricted. However, typical students taking this course include technical IBM personnel from the Field Technical Support Services (FTSS), Advanced Technical Support (ATS), and Techline organizations as well as business partner technical personnel involved in the planning, installation, configuration, and upgrading of System x servers and the use of IBM Systems Director systems management software.


You should have some experience with Intel-based computer hardware and Windows or Linux operating systems.

Follow-On Courses

There are no follow-ons for this course.

Course Outline

Day 1

  • Unit 1: Introduction to IBM System x
  • Unit 2: System x server subsystem technologies: Disk subsystem
  • Unit 3: System x server subsystem technologies: Memory and PCI subsystems
  • Unit 4: System x server subsystem technologies: Processor and network subsystems
  • Unit 5: System x systems management
  • Lab 1: Connecting to remote lab hardware
  • Lab 2: Configuring a solution using Standalone Solutions Configuration Tool (SSCT)
  • Lab 3: Verifying a solution using IBM ServerProven

Day 2

  • Unit 6: System x tools and support
  • Unit 7: System x systems overview: Tower servers
  • Unit 8: System x systems overview: Rack servers
  • Unit 9: System x systems overview: IBM eX5 enterprise servers
  • Unit 10: IBM BladeCenter overview
  • Lab 4: Configuration: Integrated Management Module (IMM)
  • Lab 5: Configuration: Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI)
  • Lab 6: Configuration: Advanced Settings Utility (ASU)
  • Lab 7: Configuration: IBM System x DDR3 Memory Configurator

Day 3

  • Unit 11: IBM System Storage DS3000 overview
  • Unit 12: IBM System x iDataPlex overview
  • Unit 13: Rack, power, and cooling - Data center design
  • Unit 14: System x business solutions: Virtualization
  • Unit 15: System x business solutions: Could computing
  • Lab 8: Management: Updating drivers using UpdateXpress System Pack (UXSP)
  • Lab 9: Management: MegaRAID Storage Manager (MSM)
  • Lab 10: Problem determination: Dynamic System Analysis (DSA)

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