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Thrills for Skills Seekers: Enterprise MOOCs and Master the Mainframe World Champions! Enterprise Computing Conference June 2014 Kathy Pfeiffer, Mike Todd,
© 2014 IBM Corporation 2 Celebrating 50 years of the Mainframe Mainframe50 Celebration in NYC – April 8 th Skills announcements and initiatives Master the Mainframe World Championship MOOC Courses - Education for all - Offer critical Enterprise skills for students and professionals - Available globally
© 2014 IBM Corporation 3 Introduction to Enterprise Systems, Enterprise Computing Strategies, and an Introduction to Linux, are. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) Online courses will be open to anyone, anywhere, anytime, all 100 % free. Introduction to Enterprise Enterprise Computing Introduction to Linux Systems Strategies IBM, Marist College, Syracuse University, and The Linux Foundation present a MOOC Series on Enterprise Computing
© 2014 IBM Corporation 4 Enterprise Systems MOOC Series Introduces individuals across the globe to important IT and mainframe concepts and skills Designed for a global audience No learning prerequites Self paced Learning assessments throughout Taught / written by experts in industry and academia Staggered start times - Take one or all three courses No cost
© 2014 IBM Corporation 5 MOOC Descriptions Marist CollegeSyracuse UniversityThe Linux Foundation An Introduction to Enterprise Computing Enterprise Computing Strategies Introduction to Linux Introduces the concepts of enterprise computing Explains the role of the IBM System z hardware and its primary operating system z/OS Intended for participants who wish to begin their studies of System z or expand their understanding of large systems with an emphasis on commercial computing. Provide an overview of different types of workloads; for example, transaction processing, business analytics, end user interactive computing, web serving, data serving, batch, and many others. Designed to help participants develop a new appreciation for the issues and challenges faced by the modern technology manager and offer guidance for developing the skills and tools needed to make more informed computing infrastructure decisions in the enterprise computing environment Focuses on strategies in computing resource provisioning, ways to help organizations save money on equipment acquisition and labor, reducing energy consumption, and simplifying and securing IT infrastructure. Presented by the Linux Foundation, a nonprofit consortium focused on open source Designed for those who have limited or no previous expose to Linux Linux appears in many different architectures, from mainframes to server to desktop to mobile, and on a staggeringly wide variety of hardware Participants will explore tools and techniques commonly used by Linux programmers, system administrators and end users to achieve day-to-day work in a Linux environment.
© 2014 IBM Corporation 6 MOOC Schedule Marist CollegeSyracuse UniversityThe Linux Foundation TitleAn Introduction to Enterprise Computing Enterprise Computing Strategies Introduction to Linux Registration dates4/6 – 7/154/8 – 9/8Open registration and enrollment Start date5/159/2Course available on 8/1 End date7/1510/14Open registration and enrollment Registration linkhttps://mooc.marist.edu/ web/ecc ischool.syr.edu/ecsmoochttps://www.edx.org/course/li nuxfoundationx/linuxfoundati onx-lfs101x-introduction Estimated hours35 – 45 hours40 – 60 hours40 – 50 hours Instructor(s)Angelo CorridoriDave Dischiave and Susan Dischiave Jerry Cooperstein
© 2014 IBM Corporation 7 Master the Mainframe Contest growth Master the Mainframe Contests run regionally since 2005 Hands-on introduction to System z No experience necessary Increasing difficulty, increasing prize levels Part 1: 1-2 hours to complete, win a T-shirt Part 2: hours to complete, win IBM Prize Pack ($100) Part 3: Weeks to months to complete, win a tablet computer and a trip to an IBM 38 countries, 70,000 students, 6 continents US & Canada: Nine consecutive years of growth 750 students in 2005 5,601 students in 2013 (including over 2,000 high school students)
© 2014 IBM Corporation 8 Master the Mainframe Contest Lake Brantley High School – 220 students enrolled
© 2014 IBM Corporation 9 Master the Mainframe World Championship 43 students, 23 countries, 1 champion
© 2014 IBM Corporation 10 Master the Mainframe World Championship The world’s top students compete Remote challenges: March 10 – April 4 Students log on from home country IBM teams supporting each student, regular teleconferences Students submit briefs: Systems of Engagement vs. Systems of Record In-person preliminary round: April 6 Hosted at the IBM Executive Briefing Center, Poughkeepsie Students demonstrate banking application Judges from across the lab Final round: April 7 Hosted at IBM facility, 590 Madison Ave, NYC Top six students from previous rounds Judges from across industry and academia
© 2014 IBM Corporation 11 Master the Mainframe World Championship The all-star judges
© 2014 IBM Corporation 12 Master the Mainframe World Championship The highlight reel
© 2014 IBM Corporation 13 Master the Mainframe World Championship The results! 1 st place: Yong-Siang Shih, Taiwan 2 nd place: Rijnard van Tonder, South Africa 3 rd place: Philipp Egli, United Kingdom 4 th place: Mugdha Kadam, United States 5 th place: Shahini Sengupta, India 6 th place: Aaron Call Barreiro, Spain
© 2014 IBM Corporation 14 Master the Mainframe World Championship Shared memories, shared futures
© 2014 IBM Corporation 15 Master the Mainframe Contests worldwide New web portal Upcoming contests Highlights from World Championship Resources and information for: Students Parents Employers Educators https://www.facebook.com/MasterTheMainframe
© 2014 IBM Corporation 16 Master the Mainframe Contests worldwide Big plans for Meet Troy Crutcher the new contest team leader! Contest lineup for 2014: Australia Belgium Brazil Canada China France Germany India Kenya Luxembourg Mexico Netherlands Poland Puerto Rico Russia South Africa South America Spain Switzerland Taiwan Ukraine United Kingdom United States
© 2014 IBM Corporation 17 Questions?
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