VMware Carbon Black EDR Advanced Administrator

Price

$1,150.00 (AUD)

Duration

1 Day

Modality

Live Online

Course code

EDU-VCBEDRAA-OE

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Course Overview

This one-day course teaches you how to use the advanced features of the VMware Carbon Black® EDR product. This usage includes gaining access to the Linux server for management and troubleshooting in addition to configuring integrations and using the API. This course provides an in-depth, technical understanding of the Carbon Black EDR product through comprehensive coursework and hands-on scenario-based labs. This class focuses exclusively on advanced technical topics related to the technical back-end configuration and maintenance. 

Course Objectives

By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:

  • Describe the components and capabilities of the Carbon Black EDR server
  • Identify the architecture and data flows for Carbon Black EDR communication
  • Identify the architecture for a cluster configuration and Carbon Black EDR cluster communication
  • Describe the Carbon Black EDR server data types and data locations
  • Use the API to interact with the Carbon Black EDR server without using the UI
  • Create custom threat feeds for use in the Carbon Black EDR server
  • Perform the integration with a syslog server
  • Use different server-side scripts for troubleshooting
  • Troubleshoot sensor-side configurations and communication 


Target Audience

System administrators and security operations personnel, including analysts and managers.

Prerequisites

This course requires completion of the following course:

  • VMware Carbon Black EDR Administrator

Product Alignment

  • VMware Carbon Black EDR 

Target Audience

System administrators and security operations personnel, including analysts and managers.

Prerequisites

This course requires completion of the following course:

  • VMware Carbon Black EDR Administrator

Product Alignment

  • VMware Carbon Black EDR 

Module 1

Course Introduction

  • Introductions and course logistics
  • Course objectives

Module 2

Architecture

  • Data flows and channels
  • Sizing considerations
  • Communication channels and ports

Module 3

Server Datastores

  • SOLR database
  • Storage configurations and data aging
  • Partition states
  • Postgres
  • Modulestore

Module 4

EDR API

  • CBAPI overview
  • Viewing API calls in the browser
  • Utilizing the API to access data

Module 5

Threat Intelligence Feeds

  • Feed structure
  • Report indicator types
  • Custom threat feed creation and addition

Module 6

Syslog Integration

  • SIEM support
  • Configuration

Module 7

Troubleshooting

  • Server-side scripts
  • Server logs
  • Sensor operations

Class Schedule