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Code: PAN-OS 9.0x
Format: 2 day Instructor-Led
Tuition (CAD): $1,595
Where: Online
Date/Time: Apr 28, 2020 9:00am - Apr 29, 2020 4:30pm
Extra: N/A

Course Overview

Through a combination of lecture and hands on labs this course will provide the participant with the understanding of critical concepts and skills necessary to effectively administer Palo Alto Networks Panorama.

Who can benefit

This course is appropriate for individuals responsible for the deployment and day to day management of Palo Alto Networks Next Generation Firewalls using Panorama.

Course outline

  • Module 1 – Introduction to Panorama
    • Review of Palo Alto Networks Security Platform Components and interactions
    • Review of NGFW Architecture and Core Components
    • Panorama Overview
    • Panorama Modes
    • Log Collection Considerations
    • Distributed Log Collection
    • Dedicated Log Collection
    • Collector Groups
  • Module 2 – Configuring Panorama
    • Installation Requirements
    • Deployment Options
    • Registering and Licensing a Panorama Platform
    • Tour of Panorama WebUI
    • Basic Configurations
    • Connecting Firewalls
    • Working with Device Context
    • Configuration Management
    • Performing Commits
  • Module 3 – Working with Templates
    • Understanding Templates
    • Working with Template Stacks
    • Applying Templates and Template Stacks
    • Overriding Template Settings
    • Committing Template Changes
  • Module 4 – Working with Device Groups
    • Understanding Device Groups
    • Device Group Strategies
    • Configuring Objects Through Device Groups
    • Configuring Policies Through Device Groups
  • Module 5 – Role Based Administration
    • Administrators Types and Roles
    • Authentication Profiles
    • Administrative Roles
    • Access Domains
    • Creating Administrators
  • Module 6 – NGFW Administration
    • Import/export Device Configurations
    • Exporting Configuration Bundles
    • Configuration Backups
    • Dynamic Updates
    • Pushing PAN-OS updates
  • Module 7 – Panorama High Availability
    • High Availability Fundamentals
    • Failover Triggers
    • Priority and State
    • Configuring HA
  • Module 8 – Monitoring & Reporting
    • Centralized Logs and Reports
    • Palo Alto Networks Logging
    • Log and Reporting Configuration Options
    • Using App Scope, Session Browser, and Botnet Reports
    • Managing Reports

What you need

Students must have a working knowledge of TCP/IP, including routing, switching, and IP addressing. Students also should be familiar with basic security concepts. Experience with other security technologies (Firewalls, IPS, proxy, URL filtering) is a plus. The students will be required to bring any laptop (Windows or Mac) with:

• Chrome Browser (preferred)
• VNC Client
• Putty SSH Client