Duration: Hours

Training Mode: Online


Panorama was started in 2013 by Aaron Feuer and Xan Tanner, who wanted to figure out the best way for schools to collect and understand feedback from their students. It facilitates safe application enablement across the entire network of firewalls by allowing administrators to manage rules from a central location .Panorama based shared policies help ensure compliance with internal or regulatory requirements while local device rules maintain both security and flexibility.It provides centralized visibility and management of multiple Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls. From a central location, administrators can gain insight into applications, users and content traversing the firewalls controlled by Panorama.

Panorama Introduction & Overview

1 – Architecture Overview

1. Panorama Solution
2. Functional Overview
3. Architecture Design

2 – Setup and Administration

1. Installation
2. Design and Planning
3. Administrative Roles
4. Access Control
5. Commit Options

3 – Device Groups

1. Device Groups
2. Policies
3. Objects
4. Device Group Commits

4 – Templates n Template Overview

1. Configure Templates
2. Commits
3. Overrides

5 – Administration

1. Logging
2. Reporting
3. Managing Devices

6 – Distributive Log Collection

1. Log Collector
2. Collector Groups
3. Distributed Data Collection
4. Installation and Configuration

7 – Best Practices

1. High Availability
2. Export Configuration
3. Tips and Tricks
4. Best Practices


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Contact the L&D Specialist at Locus IT.

Locus Academy has more than a decade experience in delivering the training/staffing on Panorama for corporates across the globe. The participants for the training/staffing on Panorama are extremely satisfied and are able to implement the learnings in their on going projects.


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