During the three days, students will learn the features, components, and key integrations that enable the AP-WEB functionalities; how to administer policies, handle incidents, upgrade and manage and assess the health of the AP-WEB system. Students will develop skills in creating web policies, incident management, reporting, and system architecture and maintenance.

Course objectives

  • Understand the TRITON AP-WEB Components and Architecture
  • Understand common deployment topologies ? Configure TRITON Manager
  • Understand delegated administration ? Learn to update and upgrade AP-WEB
  • Understand Policy and filter basics
  • Perform policy planning tasks
  • Create effective web policies
  • Understand exception management
  • Understand different user management methods
  • Configure user identification and policy enforcement
  • Create notifications and Alerts
  • Understand report types and utilization
  • Create various reports
  • Understand system health alerts and usage monitor
  • Understand system disaster recovery procedures
  • Learn how to respond to incidents

Course Outline

Day 1

1) TRITON AP-WEB Overview, Features, and Benefits

a) TRITON APX Overview

  • b) Features
  • c) What’s New in 8.0

2) TRITON AP-WEB Components and Architecture

  • a) Web Filter and Security
  • b) Management
  • c) Logging/Reporting
  • d) Integration

3) Sample Deployments and Best Practices

4) TRITON Manager

  • a) TRITON Manager Basics
  • b) Delegated Administration
Day 2

1) Licensing

  • a) Subscription Keys

2) Updates / Upgrades

  • a) Server Component and Appliance Upgrade
  • b) Upgrade Resources Best Practices

3) Policy Management

  • a) Policy and Filter Basics
  • b) Policy Planning and Creation
  • c) Exception Management
  • d) Best Practices

4) User Management

  • a) User Accounts Overview
  • b) Off-site User Management
  • c) User Identification and Policy Enforcement
  • d) Best Practices
Day 3

1) Notifications

  • a) Alerting Basics
  • b) Best Practices

2) Reports

  • a) Report Basics
  • b) Report Interpretation
  • c) Best Practices

3) System Health and Logs

  • a) Health Alerts and Usage Monitor
  • b) Best Practices

4) Disaster Recovery

  • a) Backup and Restore
  • b) Best Practices

5) Incident Response

  • a) Issues and Best Responses
  • End-User/Customers: System administrators, network security administrators, IT staff
  • Channel Partners: Sales Engineers, consultants, implementation specialists

 

Certification

Certification requirements

  • Completion of all course sessions
  • Configured lab exercises
  • Certification exam (multiple choice)

Prerequisite

None

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