Especialista en Sistemas Solarwinds NMS
10183
Avanzado
Networking
30 horas
500 €
Convocatorias
Inicio - Fin
Horario  
11 enero - 27 enero Lun, Mie de 15:30 a 20:30 Sin definir
9 febrero - 25 febrero Mar, Jue de 15:30 a 20:30 Sin definir
Descripción
El curso prepara a los participantes para utilizar en profundidad las herramientas de Solarwinds NPM, SAM, NCM y NTA.

La monitorización de infraestructura es un papel clave de las infraestructuras TI modernas, es el punto central donde se observa la salud de las comunicaciones, el tráfico de red, los servidores, los sistemas cloud, las aplicaciones de negocio, el rendimiento de los recursos y la capacidad operativa en tiempo real. Las organizaciones maduras, monitorizan proactivamente para minimizar el riesgo, y en caso de incidencias & problemas, facilite la rápida recuperación.

Los especialistas en monitorización son valorados por su rol facilitador de todas las tecnologías disponibles y futuras, ya que implementan las métricas de rendimiento & semáforos de estado de múltiples productos, marcas, sistemas y redes. Por ejemplo: Cisco, Microsoft, Oracle, Linux, Apache, IIS, SQL Server, SAP, Salesforce, AWS, Netapp, Dell, IBM, Google Cloud, AWS, etc.



Objetivos
Al finalizar el programa los participantes serán capaces de:
▪ Conocer y explotar los beneficios que aporta Solarwinds a la madurez de gestión TIC
▪ Instalar, configurar, administrar y operar la plataforma Solarwinds
▪ Diagnosticar las necesidades de monitorización (estados & métricas)
▪ Diseñar e Implementar monitorización en cualquier tipo de empresa & organización
▪ Monitorizar procesos de negocio implantados en TI
▪ Trabajar de forma interdisciplinaria con diferentes especialistas de producto
▪ Proveer tableros de control y métricas a los interesados
▪ Crear workflows de alertas por incidencias, problemas y su escalamiento
▪ Realizar reportes de capacidad de los recursos
Contenido


Introduction

▪ Participant introduction

▪ NMS knowledge

▪ Overview of course

▪ OSI Review

 

Solarwinds Products and Resources

▪ Orion Framework

▪ Orion Modules

▪ Architecture and Models

▪ System Requirements

▪ Scalability models

▪ Resiliency options

▪ Database planning

▪ Planning your Orion Implementation


Orion Installation

▪ Pre-installation Requirements

▪ Installing Orion NPM and Modules

▪ Database Review

▪ Backup configuration

▪ Hands-on Lab #1


Network Monitoring

▪ ICMP & SNMP review

▪ Node Population and Network Discovery

▪ Cisco & F5

▪ Special Device Types

▪ Wireless devices

▪ SAN devices

▪ Virtual infrastructure

▪ Hands-on Lab #2


Server Monitoring

▪ Push and Pull monitoring

▪ WMI review

▪ SolarWinds agent

▪ Windows monitoring

▪ Linux monitoring

▪ VMware monitoring

▪ Hyper-V monitoring

▪ Hands-on Lab #3


Orion Management

▪ Web Console

▪ Grouping & Dependencies

▪ Grouping Strategies & Options

▪ Creation of Groups

▪ Dynamic Query Filters

▪ Web Display of Groups

▪ Creating Dependencies

▪ Metadata

▪ Hands-on Lab #4


User profiles

▪ Controlling feature access

▪ Account types

▪ Integration to Active Directory

▪ Limitation Builder

▪ Custom Account Limitations

▪ Hands-on Lab #5


Maps & Dashboards

▪ Maps Overview

▪ Maps development with Atlas

▪ Map Properties

▪ Adding and Customizing Map Objects

▪ Creating hierarchy/nested maps

▪ Advanced Map Features

▪ Publishing Maps

▪ WorldWide Maps

▪ Wireless Maps

▪ Hands-on Lab #6


Web Interface

▪ Structure of web interface and pages

▪ View types

▪ Customizing Views

▪ Managing Menu Bars

▪ Customizing Resources

▪ NOC views

▪ User Account Administration

▪ Applying custom profile to a user account

▪ Hands-on Lab #7


Appstack

▪ Modules involved

▪ How to highlight issues

▪ Hands-on Lab #8


Alerting and Notification

▪ Alert Overview

▪ Exploring alert views, filters and custom widgets

▪ Configuring Advanced Alerts

▪ Viewing and Acknowledging Active Alerts

▪ Hands-on Lab #9


Using the Metadata

▪ Exploring Custom Properties

▪ w/Grouping & Filters

▪ w/Alerting

▪ w/Reporting

▪ w/Custom workflows & Integrations

▪ w/Account Limitations and Access Control

▪ Hands-on Lab #10


Syslog and Traps

▪ Overview of Syslog and SNMP Trap

▪ Differences and Benefits of each

▪ Using the Syslog Viewer

▪ Syslog Data Retention

▪ Syslog Alerts

▪ Using the SNMP Trap Viewer

▪ SNMP Trap Data Retention

▪ SNMP Trap Alerts

▪ Reports

▪ Hands-on Lab #11


Universal Device Poller

▪ SNMP & OIDs review

▪ MIB structures

▪ Overview of Universal Device Poller

▪ Creating and Assigning Custom Pollers

▪ Displaying Custom Poller Data in the Web Console

▪ Transformations

▪ Importing and Exporting Pollers

▪ Hands-on Lab #12


SQL Maintenance and Backups

▪ Solarwinds maintenance task

▪ Backup review

▪ How to restore database

▪ Hands-on Lab #13


SolarWinds integration overview

▪ SolarWinds SWIS

▪ Query, Invoke, Create, Read, Update, Delete

▪ SWQL

▪ Examples

▪ Hands-on Lab #14


Quality of Experience

▪ Introduction to network awareness

▪ Network & Server sensors

▪ Define auto discovery settings

▪ Add applications

▪ Predefined applications

▪ HTTP applications

▪ Hands-on Lab #15


Server and Application Monitor

▪ Overview of SAM

▪ Metrics and Statuses

▪ Exploring and Managing Templates

▪ Importing Templates

▪ Exploring SAM Monitors and breakdown

▪ Custom Monitors

▪ Appinsight IIS

▪ Appinsight SQL Server

▪ Appinsight Exchange

▪ Managing Credentials

▪ Developing and working Templates

▪ Customizing SAM views

▪ SAM Reports

▪ SAM Alerts

▪ Hands-on Lab #16


Performance Analysis

▪ Exploring Network Devices

▪ Exploring Server and Applications

▪ Spectrum metrics

▪ Creating monitoring projects

▪ Sharing and discussing reports

▪ Delivering Knowledge

▪ Hands-on Lab #17


Network Configuration Manager

▪ Overview of device management

▪ Lifecycle and Network Resiliency

▪ Introduction to NCM

▪ Initial platform settings

▪ Global Variables

▪ Application settings

▪ User management & Security

▪ Adding Nodes

▪ Configuration Backup

▪ Configuration changes

▪ Execute Scripts

▪ Bulk changes and change Scheduling

▪ Device Templates

▪ NCM Reports

▪ Configuration Change templates

▪ Real-time Change Detection

▪ Compliance Policies

▪ Compliance Audit and Reporting

▪ Managing the device lifecycle

▪ Crisis management

▪ Hands-on Lab #18


Network Traffic Analyzer

▪ TCP/IP review

▪ Introduction to NTA

▪ Netflow advantages

▪ Netflow, IP FIX, sFlow, jFlow and appFlow

▪ Configuring Netflow devices

▪ Setup Solarwinds NTA

▪ Device support and configuration

▪ Managing Netflow sources

▪ Selecting IP Address Groups

▪ Configuring Netflow Module Options

▪ Storing flows

▪ Data Retention Tuning

▪ QoS analysis

▪ Viewing & Analysing Netflow Data

▪ Customizing Netflow Views

▪ Netflow Reports

▪ Hands-on Lab #19


Universal Device Tracker

▪ OSI Layer 2 vs Layer 3

▪ Overview of UDT

▪ Enforcing network security & audit

▪ Adding devices

▪ Adding ports for monitoring

▪ Integrating to Active Directory for User and Host tracking

▪ Searching for end points

▪ Creating Watch Lists and white lists

▪ Integration with the IP Address Management data

▪ UDT specific reporting

▪ Hands-on Lab #20


IP Address Manager

▪ IP as resource

▪ Overview of the IP Address Management module

▪ Importing IP Address Structures and Data

▪ Adding subnets / supernets

▪ Creating and managing groups

▪ DHCP Server integration and management

▪ DNS Server integration and management

▪ Integration with the User Device Tracker Module data

▪ IPAM specific reporting

▪ Hands-on Lab #21