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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-03-26T11:31:43Z by SystemAdmin
SystemAdmin
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Pinned topic How to become Architect ?

‏2013-03-22T14:21:53Z |
Hi All,
I have joined this forum when I started working on AIX; since that time I got many suggestions and guidance from this place.
I really want to thanks to all GURU’s!!

Today also I would need your suggestion on below
Question: I am working as AIX admin (do tasks on PWERHA,VIO,HMC)and good in my job however still I find some gap in my knowledge which makes me feel really bad  . I have time and I always try to read something but now I want to do it from basics again.
Please suggest me the list of must read books for AIX admin which if I read completely should make me a Architect in this field?
Thanks in Advanced!!
Updated on 2013-03-26T11:31:43Z at 2013-03-26T11:31:43Z by SystemAdmin
  • nagger
    nagger
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    Re: How to become Architect ?

    ‏2013-03-25T23:14:39Z  
    The best sources are:
    • The IBM Redbooks on AIX, Power machines, PowerVM etc.
    • tinyurl.com/AIXblog - my blog :-)
    • youtube.com/user/nigelargriffiths - my 100 videos
    • go and find the AIX Virtual User Group and PowerVM User Group UK for 100's of web sessions of lots of advances topics.

    But this is the hands-on practical level.

    This does not make an Architect who is working at a higher level of planning future use, system sizing, system design, user requirements, configuration and prices. Just like houses - an Architect that has actually built a house has far greater insight.

    Good luck, Nigel Griffiths
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    6902 Posts

    Re: How to become Architect ?

    ‏2013-03-26T11:31:43Z  
    • nagger
    • ‏2013-03-25T23:14:39Z
    The best sources are:
    • The IBM Redbooks on AIX, Power machines, PowerVM etc.
    • tinyurl.com/AIXblog - my blog :-)
    • youtube.com/user/nigelargriffiths - my 100 videos
    • go and find the AIX Virtual User Group and PowerVM User Group UK for 100's of web sessions of lots of advances topics.

    But this is the hands-on practical level.

    This does not make an Architect who is working at a higher level of planning future use, system sizing, system design, user requirements, configuration and prices. Just like houses - an Architect that has actually built a house has far greater insight.

    Good luck, Nigel Griffiths
    Thanks a lot Nigel!!!