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Introduction to Unisys Enterprise Application Environment for Managers (CEL8001)

Length: 1 day. (Note: A more technically oriented two-day version is also available - CEL8002.)

Objectives:

  • Describe the overall process of designing, building, testing, and deploying conventional and web-based applications using the Enterprise Application Environment (LINC) family.
  • Describe how the Enterprise Application Environment can be applied within a business or government.
  • Describe the benefits of using Enterprise Application Environment for application and system development.

Audience: Candidates for this course include those with responsibilities in technical and enterprise management, who need to understand the Enterprise Application Environment (LINC) and how it is applied to business solutions.

Prerequisites: None

Key Topics:

  • How does the Enterprise Application Environment work?
  • What do you need in order to use the Enterprise Application Environment?
  • Enterprise Application Environment family of products
  • The development process using Enterprise Application Environment
  • Process of maintaining and enhancing applications using Enterprise Application Environment
  • The benefits that Enterprise Application Environment provides

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Introduction to Unisys Enterprise Application Environment (CEL8002)

Length: 2 days. (Note: A management-oriented one-day version is also available - CEL8001.)

Objectives:

  • Describe the process of designing, building, testing, and deploying conventional and web-based applications using the Enterprise Application Environment (LINC) family.
  • Describe how the Enterprise Application Environment can be applied within a business or government.
  • Describe the interaction with the Enterprise Application Environment family of products.
  • Describe the benefits of using Enterprise Application Environment for application and system development.

Audience: Candidates for this course include those who are beginning to develop knowledge of, or skill in using, Enterprise Application Environment (LINC). Other candidates include anyone who must have an understanding of Enterprise Application Environment and how it is applied to business solutions. Especially important are those with responsibilities in technical and enterprise management.

Prerequisites: None

Key Topics:

  • How does the Enterprise Application Environment work?
  • What do you need in order to use the Enterprise Application Environment?
  • Enterprise Application Environment family of products
  • The full development process using Enterprise Application Environment
  • How to maintain and enhance applications using Enterprise Application Environment
  • The benefits that Enterprise Application Environment provides

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Managing Enterprise Application Developer (CEL8006)

Length: 5 days

Objectives:

  • Provide effective systems management and administration for the Enterprise Application Developer (Developer) environment
  • Deepen your knowledge and understanding of Developer and related technologies

Audience: Enterprise Application Environment systems administrators and operations management and other technical staff involved in the set up, deployment, maintenance and administration of the Developer environment.

Prerequisites:

  • An understanding of the Enterprise Application Environment and Developer at the product level.
  • Basic skills and experience in administering Windows-based systems and networks.

Key Topics:

  • Developer and the Enterprise Application Environment, as well as Graphical Interface Workbench and Component Enabler
  • Installation; Installing Developer and its repositories, Builder, Component Enabler, as well as Version Control
  • Managing the Repository; The Repository, single user or multi-user repositories, loading and extracting .mdl files, backup and recovery
  • Developer Security; Controlling user and functional access
  • Version Control; Includes Change and Release management
  • Generating a System; Interfacing to other systems for Direct Generate
  • Web Enabling; Interfacing to other systems for Web enabling (for example, an overview of and review of requirements for Runtime applications and the Component Enabler)
  • Error Recovery; Understanding and resolving errors.

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