PANORAMA 8.0: MANAGE MULTIPLE FIREWALLS (EDU-221)
The Palo Alto Networks® Panorama 8.0: Manage Multiple Firewalls (EDU-221) course is two days of instructor-led training that will enable you to:
Configure and manage the next-generation Panorama™ management server
Gain experience configuring templates and device groups
Gain experience with administration, log collection, and logging and reporting
Gain experience with Panorama™ High Availability
• Module 1: Overview
• Module 5: Administration
• Module 2: Initial Configuration
• Module 6: Distributed Log Collection
• Module 3: Templates
• Module 7: Logging and Reporting
• Module 4: Device Groups
• Module 8: Panorama High Availability
Palo Alto Networks Education
Training from Palo Alto Networks® and a Palo Alto Networks® Authorized Training Center delivers the knowledge and expertise to prepare you to protect our way of life in the digital age. Our trusted security certifications give you the next-generation security platform knowledge necessary to prevent successful cyber attacks and safely enable applications.
Students attending this course will gain in-depth knowledge of how to configure and manage their Palo Alto Networks® Panorama® management server. Upon completion of this course, administrators will understand the Panorama™management server’s role in managing and securing their overall network. Network professionals will learn to use Panorama™aggregated reporting to provide them with a holistic view of a network of Palo Alto Networks® next-generation firewalls.
• Course level: Intermediate
• Course duration: 2 days
• Course format: Combines lecture with hands-on labs
• Platform support: Panorama 8.0 running on a VM, M-100, or M-500 appliance
Security Administrators, Security Analysts, Network Professionals, Security Engineers, Network Engineers, and Support Staff
Students must complete the Firewall 8.0 Essentials: Configuration and Management (EDU-210) class, have an understanding of Palo Alto next-generation firewall management, and understand basic networking concepts, including routing and IP addressing.