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IBM StoredIQ 7.6 - Core Skills
This unit provides training on IBM StoredIQ. You learn about StoredIQ architecture, features, and functions. You also learn the core skills for data experts, matter experts, and administrators. You work with an IBM StoredIQ system to practice the skills that you learn.
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Describe what IBM StoredIQ is and what it does.
- Identify use-cases for IBM StoredIQ
- Identify the responsibilities of StoredIQ roles.
- Identify StoredIQ architectural components
Describe how StoredIQ processes data.
- Define in-place data management.
- Describe how data is harvested from data sources.
- Explain metadata and full-text indexing.
- Describe the capabilities of Content Classification integration.
Use Data Workbench to inspect a system infoset.
- Use Data Workbench.
- Apply view filters a system infoset.
Create and refine an infoset.
Use a macro to create a filter
- Create a filter.
- Use a built-in macro.
- Create a custom infoset.
- Create an overlay.
Move files to a another volume.
- Create a primary volume.
- Create a move action.
- Use the move action to move files to another volume.
Use Policy Manager to automatically delete files.
- Use Policy Manager.
Create a system infoset.
- Delete a primary volume
- Create a primary volume.
- Harvest data.
- Set up full-text indexing.
View harvest audits.
View event logs.
This intermediate course is for:
StoredIQ Global Administrators who are responsible for the following activities:
- Managing the StoredIQ installation.
- Working with data sources, indexes, Data Servers, jobs, infosets, and actions.
- Mounting volumes,
- Managing SIQ platform and back-end data servers.
Data Experts who are responsible for the following activities:
- Creating use-case specific filters, actions, infosets, and workflows.
Subject Matter Experts who are responsible for the following activities:
- Creating and using use-case specific dashboards, Data Workbench, eDiscovery, Data Script, and Policy Manager.
This course has no prerequisites.
- Introduction to StoredIQ
- View Data
- Refine Data
- Act on Data
- Harvest Data
- View Audits and Logs
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