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Solarwinds Training – Solarwinds Orion 101: Introduction to Solarwinds Training

Solarwinds Training – Solarwinds Orion 101: Introduction to Solarwinds Training

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Introduction:

Solarwinds Training – Solarwinds Orion 101: Introduction to Solarwinds Training – Hands-on

This Solarwinds Training – Solarwinds Orion 101: Introduction to Solarwinds Training class Led by an SCP instructor with years of experience working on hundreds of unique Solarwinds environments for companies of all sizes.

Our engineers work side-by-side with you as they teach fundamentals and capabilities of the SolarWinds software products. This public Solarwinds Training – Solarwinds Orion 101: Introduction to Solarwinds Training is offered in a comfortable classroom environment with dedicated workstations for each aspirant.

Duration: 5 days

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Audience / Target Group:

The target audience for this Solarwinds Training – Solarwinds Orion 101: Introduction to Solarwinds Training course is defined here:

• Fundamental knowledge of Windows

Objectives:

Upon completing this Solarwinds Training – Solarwinds Orion 101: Introduction to Solarwinds Training course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:

• Learn the fundamentals of SolarWinds tools
• Solarwinds Training – Hands-on learning lab with customized equipment
• Solarwinds Training – NPM, NTA, NCM, SAM, IPAM, VNQM & UDT
• Solarwinds Training – Orion Network Performance Monitor (NPM)
• Solarwinds Training – Orion NetFlow Traffic Analyzer (NTA)
• Solarwinds Training – Orion Server & Application Monitor
• Solarwinds Training – Orion IP Address Manager (IPAM), VoIP and Network Quality Manager (VNQM)

Solarwinds Training – Solarwinds Orion 101: Introduction to Solarwinds Training – Course Syllabus:

Day 1: Orion Network Performance Monitor (NPM)

Students gain an in-depth, hands-on understanding of the various functions within the Orion web console. The instructor covers best practices for node discovery, managing users, view limitations, custom properties and data retention. Classroom discussions present concepts and ideas with a step-by-step approach to apply the best practices to each student’s individual production environment.

1. Understanding Orion NPM Server Prerequisites

1.1 IIS & SQL Server Verifications
In-depth review on how to understand server load (based on number of monitored elements across all installed modules) to determine the appropriate core and SQL server hardware requirements for a given environment.

2. Installing Orion NPM

2.1 Orion NPM Configuration Wizard
Students perform a hands-on installation of NPM on their own virtual machine and learn how to leverage the configuration wizard to maintain an Orion deployment.

3. Using the Orion NPM Web Console

3.1 Populating the Orion NPM Node Database
• Network Discovery
• Adding and Removing Nodes
• Editing Nodes
• Understanding Node Grouping

3.2 Working with Custom Properties
• Defining Custom Properties
• Using the Account Limitation Builder

3.3 Creating & Managing Web Console Users
• Defining View Limitations

3.4 Creating & Managing Views
• Customizing Default Views
• Creating Views
• Working with the Custom HTML Resources

3.5 Working with Wireless Devices in NPM
• Autonomous Access Points
• Thin Controllers & Lightweight Access Points
• Wireless Clients

3.6 Working with Database Retention & Database Maintenance in NPM

3.7 Working with Syslog & SNMP Traps in NPM

Day 2: Orion Network Performance Monitor (NPM) – Continued

Students gain experience modifying built-in alerts, reports and custom pollers. Discussion topics include best practices for alert creation and notifications, minimizing false positives, automation of report delivery. Additionally, the Custom Poller training covers SNMP fundamentals of understanding MIBs, OIDs and presenting Custom Poller data in the Orion web console.

4. Orion Network Atlas

4.1 Creating Maps in Orion NPM
• Understanding Connect Now
• Understanding Child Status Indicators

Students gain experience building maps in Network Atlas and learn best practices for presenting Orion data visually in maps for both business application status and geographic mapping.

5. Orion NPM Server Applications

5.1 Advanced Alert Manager
• Creating and Editing Alerts
• Defining Alerts Actions and Escalation

5.2 Orion Report Writer
• Creating and Editing Alerts
• Automating reports with Orion Report Schedules

5.3 Universal Device Poller
• Creating Customer Pollers
• Working with Transforms

Day 3: Orion NetFlow Traffic Analyzer (NTA)

Students develop an understanding of what data is included in flows, how to leverage IP address groups for understanding traffic flow of specific sites, applications or users. Students implement flow to their own classroom servers.

1. Understanding Orion NCM Server Prerequisites

1.1 IIIS & SQL Server Verification

2. Installation of Orion NCM

2.1 Orion NCM Configuration Wizard

3. Using Orion NCM

3.1 Populating Managed Devices
• Network Discovery
• Adding and Removing Nodes
• Editing Nodes

3.2 Creating and Managing Users
• Adding Users
• Assigning Roles

3.3 Working with Jobs
• Scheduling Backups
• Scheduling Bulk Changes

3.4 Enabling Real-time Change Notification

3.5 Working with Compliance Reports & Policies
• Defining Rules
• Assigning Rules to Policies
• Assigning Policies to Reports

3.6 Understanding Device Templates

3.7 Working with the Orion NCM Web Console
• Integrating with Orion NPM

Day 4: Orion Server & Application Monitor

Students gain hands on experience creating new templates, working with SAM component monitors, and developing techniques for determining how to monitor the various layers of business services and applications.

1. Understanding SAM Prerequisites

1.1 Orion Service Packs

2. Installing Orion SAM

2.1 Orion Configuration Wizard

3. Understanding Orion SAM Components & Templates

3.1 SAM Component Monitors
• Windows Based Components
• Synthetic Transactions – User Experience Monitors
• Linux/Unix Script Monitors

3.2 Assigning Application Monitor Templates Understanding Orion SAM Credentials

4. Understanding Alerting with Orion SAM

5. Working with Orion SAM Applications & Components in Reports and Groups

6.Working with Orion SAM Objects in Network Atlas

6.1 Including Applications & Component Status in Maps

Day 5: Orion IP Address Manager (IPAM), VoIP and Network Quality Manager (VNQM)

IPAM

In-depth review of IP Address Manager features and benefits relative to the successful management of an enterprise IP address space scheme. Students perform a hands-on installation of IPAM in their own virtual machine and learn how to leverage the IPAM features to manage the IP address environment. Students will gain an understanding of how to monitor and manage both Windows and Cisco DHCP servers and scopes from within IPAM, as well as Windows DNS servers. The instructor will cover best practices such as the use of split scopes, and the benefits of techniques and settings such as DNS scavenging to ensure accurate name resolution data within the IPAM console.

1. Understanding Orion IPAM Prerequisites

2. Installing Orion IPAM

3. Using the Orion IPAM Web Console

3.1 Defining Monitored Subnets

3.2 Monitoring Microsoft Windows & Cisco DHCP Servers

4. Understanding Orion IPAM Alerting

5. Working with Orion IPAM in Orion NPM Reports

VNQM

Students gain hands on experience monitoring both Windows and Cisco DHCP servers. Students configure VNQM operations and gain an understanding of best practices for leveraging VNQM to isolate and identify network performance problems vs. application performance issues.

1. Understanding VNQM Prerequisites

1.1 Orion NPM & Service Packs

1.2 VNQM Capable Sources

2. Installing VNQM

2.1 Orion NPM Configuration Wizard

3. Using the VNQM Web Console

3.1 Adding VNQM Devices

3.2 Defining VNQM Operations
• Understanding VNQM Operation Types

4. Leveraging VNQM Statistics in Network Atlas

4.1 Using VNQM Data in Maps

5. Working with VNQM Alerts

6. Working with VNQM in NPM Reports and Groups

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