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ETTREEM001 - EEM Administrators Course

Course Duration

2 days

Course Description

This two day course is designed to introduce AutoSys Users to CA Embedded Entitlements Manager, also known as EEM. EEM is an additional component, used to provide granular security for AutoSys and CA Workload Control Center. Using the latest software versions, this course covers EEM concepts, architecture, management and shows you how to secure your AutoSys / WCC environments.

Intended Audience

This course is designed primarily for AutoSys and WCC Administrators.

Key Skills

After completing this course you will gain a good understanding of EEM, how to manage it and how to design and implement effective security for AutoSys and WCC.

Course Outline

  1. Overview
    • What is EEM?
    • Acronyms and Terms
    • Versions, Platforms, Components, Diagrams
    • Basic Product Architecture
    • Do I need EEM?
  2. EEM Administration Basics
    • Installing/Uninstalling EEM
    • Ports / Firewall
    • Log files
    • Monitoring EEM
    • EEM High Availability
  3. Using EEM - The Basics
    • Stopping EEM
    • Starting EEM
    • Logging in to EEM
    • Using The Interface
  4. EEM Applications
    • Global Application
    • WorkloadAutomationAE Application
    • WCC000n Application
    • Registering an Application
    • De Registering an Application
    • Exporting
    • Importing
  5. Lesson 5 - EEM Users and Groups
    • EEM Users and Groups
    • Internal v External User Stores
    • Connecting to Active Directory - basic
    • Connecting to Active Directory - customised
    • Global Users
    • Global Groups
    • EEM Dynamic Groups
  6. Naming standards
    • Why have naming standards?
    • Where do I need these?
  7. EEM Policies 1 - Overview
    • AutoSys Policies
    • WCC Policies
  8. EEM Policies 2 - Designing Your Security
    • Best Practices
    • Securing Your AutoSys Objects
    • Securing Your WCC Access
    • Combining The Two
    • Testing Your policies - Permission Check
  9. Further Tips and Tricks
    • Using the Best Match Algorithm
    • Using Explicit Deny Policies
    • Using REGEX in your policies
    • Using Dynamic Groups
    • Using "as_safetool"
    • EEM Reporting

Course Pre Requisites

Previous knowledge of AutoSys and WCC is highly recommended.

Daniel Chidgey

Daniel Chidgey

Course Instructor

Daniel is a CA Certified AutoSys Subject Matter Expert. He has specialised in CA Workload Automation consultancy since 2009, regularly representing CA Technologies as a Senior Services Consultant and Education Instructor. A regular guest speaker at the UK AutoSys User Groups since 2012, Dan has presented on varied topics including AutoSys Upgrade Strategies, Managing Service Level Agreements and Software Development Lifecycle Management. Dan has in-depth knowledge of AutoSys r11.0, r11.3, r11.3.5 and r11.3.6 and is a committed contributor to CA's AutoSys, WCC, EEM and iDash Beta programmes. Dan is responsible for co-writing Extra Technology's Education Courses. He also produces and scripts Extra Technology’s ‘How To’ videos.

Antony Askew

Antony Askew

Course Instructor

Antony is a CA Certified AutoSys r11.3 expert, a member of the CA Workload Automation Steering Panel, Chairman of the UK AutoSys User Group and Session Speaker at CA World 2012.

Antony managed CA's EMEA support-desk for AutoSys, managed the AutoSys estates of a number of Global Financial Services companies before joining Extra Technology as CA Practice Manager.

Bhupinder Janjuha

Bhupinder Janjuha

Course Instructor

Bhupinder Janjuha is a CA Certified AutoSys r11.3 expert. Bhupinder managed The EMEA support-desk for AutoSys vendor (before CA) Platinum Technology and was a key member of the team that sold AutoSys throughout Europe during the mid to late 90s.

Bhups later worked as an AutoSys SME / Architect for many of the world's most prestigious AutoSys customers, before co-founding Extra Technology in 2007.

Bhupinder regularly represents CA Technologies as an AutoSys SME, Architect and Educator.

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