INSTRUCTOR-LED COURSE

Cisco Stealthwatch Network Operations (SNO)

Course Information

Duration: 2 days

Version: SNO

Price: $3,000.00

Certification:

Exam:

Learning Credits: 30

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OVERVIEW

This course focuses on using Cisco Stealthwatch Enterprise to complete both ’proactive’ and ’reactive’ activities required to maintain network health. The course content also includes configuring the Stealthwatch System to monitor your network's health as well as providing helpful workflows that allow you to react quickly to common network operations issues.

Prerequisites:

It is strongly recommended to complete the Stealthwatch Foundations training prior to taking this course.

Target Audience:

This course is intended for individuals who are new to the Stealthwatch System and face daily challenges related to network health and maintenance.

Course Objectives:

After taking this course, you should be able to:

  • Explain what Stealthwatch is and how it works.
  • Use Stealthwatch to proactively monitor your network.
  • Use Stealthwatch to react quickly to common issues facing network operations teams.

Course Outline:

Day One

  • Welcome
  • Course Overview
  • Stealthwatch Technical Overview
  • Introduction to Network Operations
  • Proactive Monitoring
  • Lab: Validate Exporters
  • Lab: Manage Hosts and Host Groups
  • Lunch
  • Proactive Monitoring
  • Lab: Utilize Maps
  • Lab: Configure Host Locking Rules

Day Two

  • Day One Review
  • Proactive Monitoring Continued
  • Lab: Create Custom Security Events
  • Lab: Manage Policies
  • Lab: Set Response Management Rules
  • Reactive Tasks
  • Lab: View Current Interfaces
  • Lab: Investigate Slow Response
  • Review the Web Application: What’s New?
  • Wrap Up