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The Stealthwatch for Network Operations course is designed for customers who are new to the Stealthwatch System and face specific challenges related to network health and maintenance on a daily basis. The course focuses on using the Stealthwatch System to complete both “proactive” and “reactive” activities required to maintain network health.


Engineers and administrators implementing a Cisco Stealthwatch solution.

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Day One

Welcome (20 minutes)

Course Overview (10 minutes)

Stealthwatch Technical Overview (20 minutes)

Introduction to Network Operations (10 minutes)

Proactive Monitoring

  • Validate Exporters (30 minutes)
  • Manage Hosts and Host Groups (20 minutes)
  • Utilize Maps (45 minutes)
  • Configure Host Locking Rules (45 minutes)

Day Two

Proactive Monitoring Continued

  • Create Custom Security Events (45 minutes)
  • Manage Policies (45 minutes)
  • Set Response Management Rules (15 minutes)

Reactive Tasks

  • View Current Interfaces (15 minutes)
  • Investigate Slow Response (15 minutes)

Review the Web Application:

What's New? (60 minutes)

Wrap-Up (20 minutes)

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