Public Cloud Security- NSE7 (FORT-PUBCLOUDSEC)
In this advanced, hands-on, two-day class, you will learn about the different components that make up the infrastructures of the top public cloud providers, and the security challenges these environments present, including high availability (HA), auto-scaling, software-defined network (SDN) connectors, and how to manage traffic in the cloud with Fortinet products.
Certification- This course is intended to help you prepare for the NSE 7 Public Cloud Security certification exam.
Who should attend
Anyone who is responsible for the deployment or day-to-day management of Fortinet solutions on cloud vendors.
General knowledge of IaaS vendors, and experience with the FortiGate and FortiWeb VMs
Mandatory: Please bring your own Azure and AWS licenses to access the lab. Download the course description above for more information.
System Requirements- If you take an online format of this class, you must use a computer that has the following:
- A high-speed Internet connection
- An up-to-date web browser
- A PDF viewer
- Speakers or headphones
One of the following:
- HTML5 support
- An Up-to-date Java runtime environment (JRE) with Java plugin enabled in your web browser
You should use a wired Ethernet connection, not a Wi-Fi connection. Firewalls, including Windows Firewall or FortiClient, must allow connections to the online labs.
After completing this course, you should be able to:
- Deploy a FortiGate VM on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Azure in single, HA, and auto-scaling modes
- Use Fortinet templates to easily deploy complex environments
- Deploy FortiWeb in AWS and Azure
- Use SDN connectors with cloud vendors
- Integrate other Fortinet services and products with cloud vendors
Outline: Public Cloud Security- NSE7 (FORT-PUBCLOUDSEC)
- Introduction to the Public Cloud
- Fortinet Solutions for the Public Cloud
- Fortinet Solutions for AWS
- Fortinet Solutions for Azure
- Fortinet Solutions for Google Cloud Platform
- FortiCWP and FortiCASB
|Online Training 09:00 US/Pacific *||