Palo Alto Networks: Prisma SD-WAN 5.6: Design And Operation (Edu-238)

Training Summary
The Prisma SD-WAN Design and Operation (EDU-238) course describes the next-generation Prisma SD-WAN solution, the capability and value it provides over legacy WAN and SD-WAN implementations, and how to configure, operate, and troubleshoot the solution. This course is intended for people who must configure, maintain, and use wide area networks, from data centers to branches, to the cloud.
Participants should have: a basic knowledge (1+ years) of routing and switching, including Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), experience deploying and operating WANs, and use of network monitoring tools such as LiveAction, Netscout, and Splunk; experience with DNS, DHCP, and IP management tools; familiarity with scripting and APIs as they relate to network automation. Successful completion of this five-day, instructor-led course will help enhance your understanding of how to design, implement, and effectively operate a Prisma SDWAN solution. You will get hands-on experience configuring Prisma SD-WAN with a branch and data center, configuring policies, and using Prisma SD-WAN services.
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for Network Engineers, Network Administrators, Network Security Engineers, and NOC Administrators.
Course Topics
  • Solution Overview
  • Branch Design
  • Routing
  • Policy Module #1 - Application Path and QoS ::Policy
  • Policy Module #2 - NAT, ZBFW, and Security
  • Event Policy Management Services
  • DNS and DHCP Services
  • Operations and Troubleshooting
  • CloudBlades
  • Integrating Prisma SD-WAN and Prisma Access for SASE Implementation
  • DevOps
  • Next Steps

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