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The course and Badge for IBM Z Common Data Provider V2.1 are available.

By Qiao Sun posted Wed April 01, 2020 12:15 AM

Have you been trying to find materials to learn our latest IBM Z Common Data Provider V2.1? Well, here I have some good news for you! A course for the product is available, and it is associated with a Badge! Here's some basic information about this Badge:

Badge Name:
IBM Z Common Data Provider V2.1 - Foundations
Badge link on Acclaim:

The badge holder is an in-progress learner of the product Z Common Data Provider V2.1. The individual has an understanding of the basic terms, components, and functions of Z Common Data Provider V2.1, and knows how to set up a simple Z Common Data Provider V2.1 environment with basic functions. (This badge is available for both IBMers and non-IBMers.)

Badge purpose:
The Badge will enable students to demonstrate they have a clear understanding of the basic functions and deployment processes of IBM Z Common Data Provider V2.1.

z/OS, Mainframe, Data analytics

How to earn this Badge:
Complete the course Getting to Know IBM Z Common Data Provider (link is available in the following section).

Course Links:
IBM Learning activity (IBMers only):
IBM Skills Gatway (non-IBMers):

For any questions about the Badge, contact

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