Ultimate Test Drive (UTD) - Get “Hands On” With the VM-Series and CN-Series on AWS

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Ultimate Test Drive (UTD) - Get “Hands On” With the VM-Series and CN-Series on AWS

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As we continue with our efforts to improve and enhance the public cloud UTDs, a new version of AWS UTD focused on VM-Series, CN-Series containerized NGFW and Prisma Cloud in AWS is now available. In the latest AWS UTD version, attendees will receive temporary credentials to access the AWS console and deploy a two-tiered environment with the latest VM-Series NGFW. We have also added activities to give an overview of CN-series and introduce the Prisma Cloud in this update. Similar to Azure and GCP UTD the new AWS UTD also runs on Cloudshare.

 

With these many products in this workshop, we will cover each product in a separate lab part as below.

 

UTD-AWS v2.1 is divided into three labs and in each lab attendees will learn:

 

  • Part 1: VM-Series firewall on AWS
    • How to deploy and use VM-Series firewall (PAN-OS version 10.0.4) to protect the AWS resources
    • Showcases VM-Series to monitor VM changes in AWS and apply the metadata in security policy using Dynamic Address Groups (DAG)
  • Part 2: CN-Series Containerized Firewall in Amazon EKS
    • How to deploy the CN-Series in Amazon EKS and protect the Kubernetes environments by inspecting the inbound, outbound and E/W traffic
  • Part 3: Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) with Prisma Cloud Enterprise Edition
    • An overview of Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) with Prisma Cloud Enterprise Edition and how to investigate and remediate an alert

Itching to get hands-on. Please register HERE to attend (online or in-person) the upcoming workshop classes. 

 

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