Course Descriptions

Click a course link in the training portfolio below to learn more details about the offering, including course outline, duration, pre-requisites, and certification requirements, if applicable.

Additional courses will be added as they become available. For custom training requests, submit the Scope of Work form.

AppWall » LinkProof » DefensePro Level 1 » DefensePro Level 2 » DefensePro Level 3 » AppDirector Level 1 »

AppDirector Level 2 » Alteon Level 1 » Alteon Level 2 » AppShape++ » Alteon ADC-VX » Content Inspection Director »

AppWall Level 1 ( Instructor-led | e-Learning )
Course Code: 100-101 | 100-101E
Part Number: 999103 | 999121
Course Type: Instructor-led | eLearning
Duration: 2 days | Self-paced
Description: This course covers the AppWall product. It also includes an introduction to Web Application Security.

Learn how Appwall helps you to enable PCI compliance by mitigating Web application security threats and vulnerabilities to prevent data theft and manipulation of sensitive corporate and customer information. See how AppWall incorporates advanced, patent-protected Web application security filtering technologies to seamlessly detect threats, block attacks and report events. Gain knowledge to plan an AppWall installation and configure the device.

Please bring your laptop to complete the hands-on lab exercises. Students will use well-known applications such as PDF Reader, VNC, Telnet, SSH and possibly other Radware-proprietary apps. Therefore, it is also important to have administrative rights on your laptop.

Course Outline: Syllabus
Pre-Requisite: Familiarity with common network terminology, TCP/IP addressing & routing, and Internetworking concepts is required.

Delegates should also be proficient in basic PC operation and application, including skilled at operating a keyboard, mouse and Windows OS as well as basic Web browser operation (Internet Explorer used in class).

Certification: To earn the Radware Certified Application Security Specialist (RCAScS) accreditation, candidates must successfully complete both the AppWall Level 1 training and online certification exam.
Cost: View Tuition & Fees for most current pricing

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LinkProof Level 1 ( Instructor-led | e-Learning )
Course Code: 200-101 | 200-101E
Part Number: 999103 | 999117
Course Type: Instructor-led | eLearning
Duration: 2 Days | Self-paced
Description: This course covers the LinkProof® product line and end-to-end multihoming. It also includes an introduction to application security and bandwidth management for connectivity solutions.

During this course, you'll learn to enable uninterrupted and cost-effective communications from your central headquarters to your remote branch offices. You'll also discover ways to ensure full link availability, security and optimized utilization for all connections, using Radware products. For central site implementations, you'll be taught how to keep the enterprise fully connected while cutting Internet link operation costs.

Please bring your laptop to complete the hands-on lab exercises. Students will use well-known applications such as PDF Reader, VNC, Telnet, SSH and possibly other Radware-proprietary apps. Therefore, it is also important to have administrative rights on your laptop.

Course Outline: Syllabus
Pre-Requisite: Familiarity with common network terminology, TCP/IP addressing & routing, and Internetworking concepts is required.

Delegates should also be proficient in basic PC operation and application, including skilled at operating a keyboard, mouse and Windows OS as well as basic Web browser operation (Internet Explorer used in class).

Certification: Successful completion of this course, passing grade on the hands-on Practical Exam, and successful completion of the certification exam are required to earn the Radware Certified Connectivity Specialist (RCCS) accreditation.
Cost: View Tuition & Fees for most current pricing

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DefensePro Level 1 ( Instructor-led | e-Learning )
Course Code: 300-101 | 300-101E
Part Number: 999104 | 999118
Course Type: Instructor-led | eLearning
Duration: 3 days - Includes 1 day of Instruction on Vision Management & Reporting | Self-paced
Description: This course covers DefensePro® product.

Learn how to isolate, block and prevent application-level attacks, coupling unmatched security performance with advanced security intelligence. Understand how to securely connect and protect all mission-critical applications by thwarting viruses, intrusions, Trojans, worms and Denial of Service attacks. Learn how to eliminate security tool vulnerabilities and bottlenecks across all combined security architectures, overcoming the security vs. performance trade-off for fault-tolerant and highly scalable defense.

Please bring your laptop to complete the hands-on lab exercises. Students will use well-known applications such as PDF Reader, VNC, Telnet, SSH and possibly other Radware-proprietary apps. Therefore, it is also important to have administrative rights on your laptop.

Course Outline: Syllabus
Pre-Requisite: Familiarity with common network terminology, TCP/IP addressing & routing, and Internetworking concepts is required.

Delegates should also be proficient in basic PC operation and application, including skilled at operating a keyboard, mouse and Windows OS as well as basic Web browser operation (Internet Explorer used in class).

Certification: To earn the Radware Certified Security Specialist (RCSS) accreditation, candidates must successfully complete DefensePro Level 1 training, pass the hands-on Practical Exam, and successfully complete the online certification exam.
Cost: View Tuition & Fees for most current pricing.

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DefensePro Level 2 ( Instructor-led )
Course Code: 300-201
Part Number: 999103
Course Type: Instructor-led, Open Enrollment
Duration: 2 Days
Description:

Dive further into the DefensePro product to effectively block DDoS attacks. In this advanced course, you'll go into depth on the various learning modules and cover tweaking and tuning the DefensePro. In addition, this course will cover CLI troubleshooting, how to work with the Emergency Response Team, and includes war games involving unknown attacks that you'll need to successfully block while allowing legitimate traffic to pass through.

Please bring your laptop to complete the hands-on lab exercises. Students will use well-known applications such as PDF Reader, VNC, Telnet, SSH and possibly other Radware-proprietary apps. Therefore, it is also important to have administrative rights on your laptop.

Course Outline: Syllabus
Pre-Requisite:

DefensePro Level 1. Familiarity with security concepts.

Delegates should also be proficient in basic PC operation and application, including skilled at operating a keyboard, mouse and Windows OS as well as basic Web browser operation (Internet Explorer used in class).

Certification: Successful completion of this advanced course, which includes War Games, as well as DefensePro Level 1 certification are required to earn Radware Certified Security Expert (RCSE) accreditation.
Cost: View Tuition & Fees for most current pricing

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DefensePro Level 3 ( Instructor-led )
Course Code: 300-301
Part Number: 999124
Course Type: Instructor-led, Open Enrollment
Duration: 5 Days
Description:

Extend beyond advanced course #300-201in this 5-day, in-depth Radware DefensePro Level 3 Master Security certification training delivered by the Emergency Response Team (ERT).

Learn how to mitigate different attack types and understand the underlying principles behind each technique. The course utilizes both theory and hands-on war games to help you master security threats and apply the most effective strategies to block them. ERT participation in actual attack events will further illustrate the real-time application of this knowledge. Gain confidence in your mastery directly from active security field experts who bring practical, real-world experience to the classroom.

Please bring your laptop to complete the hands-on lab exercises. Students will use well-known applications such as PDF Reader, VNC, Telnet, SSH and possibly other Radware-proprietary apps. Therefore, it is also important to have administrative rights on your laptop.

Course Outline: Syllabus
Pre-Requisite:

DefensePro Level 2. Expert knowledge of security concepts.

Delegates should also be proficient in basic PC operation and application, including skilled at operating a keyboard, mouse and Windows OS as well as basic Web browser operation (Internet Explorer used in class).

Certification: Successful completion of this advanced course, which includes War Games, as well as DefensePro Level 2 certification are required to earn Radware Certified Security Master (RCSM) accreditation.
Cost: View Tuition & Fees for most current pricing

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AppDirector Level 1 ( Instructor-led | e-Learning )
Course Code: 400-101 | 400-101E
Part Number: 999104 | 999120
Course Type: Instructor-led | eLearning
Duration: 3 Days
Description:

This course covers local server load balancing and transaction acceleration with AppDirector™. Learn the skills necessary to enable the full availability, highest performance and complete security of all mission-critical applications and transactions driving your enterprise.

Please bring your laptop to complete the hands-on lab exercises. Students will use well-known applications such as PDF Reader, VNC, Telnet, SSH and possibly other Radware-proprietary apps. Therefore, it is also important to have administrative rights on your laptop.

Course Outline: Syllabus
Pre-Requisite: Familiarity with common network terminology, TCP/IP addressing & routing, and Internetworking concepts is required.

Delegates should also be proficient in basic PC operation and application, including skilled at operating a keyboard, mouse and Windows OS as well as basic Web browser operation (Internet Explorer used in class).

Certification: Successful completion of this course, passing grade on the hands-on Practical Exam, and successful completion of the certification exam are required to earn the Radware Certified Application Specialist for AppDirector (RCAS-AD) accreditation.
Cost: View Tuition & Fees for most current pricing

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AppDirector Level 2 ( Instructor-led )
Course Code: 400-201
Part Number: 999105
Course Type: Instructor-led
Duration: 4 Days
Description:

This course covers local server load balancing and transaction acceleration with AppDirector™. Learn the skills necessary to enable the full availability, highest performance and complete security of all mission-critical applications and transactions driving your enterprise.

Please bring your laptop to complete the hands-on lab exercises. Students will use well-known applications such as PDF Reader, VNC, Telnet, SSH and possibly other Radware-proprietary apps. Therefore, it is also important to have administrative rights on your laptop.

Course Outline: Syllabus
Pre-Requisite: Successful completion of the Radware AppDirector Level 1 course.
Certification: Successful completion of this advanced course, which includes hands-on goals, as well as AppDirector Level 1 certification is required to earn the Radware Certified Application Expert (RCAE) accreditation.
Cost: View Tuition & Fees for most current pricing

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Alteon Level 1 ( Instructor-led | e-Learning )
Course Code: 500-101 | 500-101E
Part Number: 999104 | 999119
Course Type: Instructor-led | eLearning
Duration: 3 Days | Self-paced
Description:

This Radware Alteon foundation training is for technical staff involved in the installation and maintenance of a Radware Alteon ADC switch, models 2208 to 10000. This course begins with a general overview and includes a detailed review of required steps using CLI and GUI user interfaces. The course covers Load Balancing (LB) for Layer 4 and Layer 7 protocols using even distribution or persistent policies. Standalone as well redundant LB using VRRP protocol is explained in detail in this foundation course. SSL offloading basics, based on software version 27 feature, installing and updating certificates, and onboard debugging are also covered in the 3-day course. All topics are explained in theory and implemented using hands-on lab exercises via remote access to a virtual lab.

Please bring your laptop to complete the hands-on lab exercises. Students will use well-known applications such as PDF Reader, VNC, Telnet, SSH and possibly other Radware-proprietary apps. Therefore, it is also important to have administrative rights on your laptop.

Course Outline: Syllabus
Pre-Requisite:

Delegates must have knowledge of networking IP and routing protocols. Course documentation is in English.

Certification: Successful completion of this course, passing grade on the hands-on Practical Exam, and successful completion of the online certification exam are required to earn the Radware Certified Application Specialist-AL (RCAS-AL) accreditation.
Cost: View Tuition & Fees for most current pricing

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Alteon Level 2 ( Instructor-led )
Course Code: 500-201
Part Number: 999105
Course Type: Instructor-led, Open Enrollment
Duration: 4 Days
Description:

This Radware Alteon advanced training is for technical staff involved in the installation and maintenance of a Radware Alteon ADC switch, models 2208 to 10000. The course reviews standalone Load Balancing (LB) and redundant LB using VRRP protocol covered in the foundation course (#500-101) and continues with Bandwidth Management, Global Server Load Balancing, and Firewall Load Balancing. Setup of SSL offloading using this new version 27 feature is an important topic covered in this advanced 4-day course as well as software upgrades for ADC features, advanced debugging, and installation & configuration of Intelligent Traffic Management. All topics are explained in theory and implemented using hands-on lab exercises via remote access to a lab.

Please bring your laptop to complete the hands-on lab exercises. Students will use well-known applications such as PDF Reader, VNC, Telnet, SSH and possibly other Radware-proprietary apps. Therefore, it is also important to have administrative rights on your laptop.

Course Outline: Syllabus
Pre-Requisite:

Successful completion of the foundation course (#500-101) or a minimum of one (1) year switch installation and maintenance experience. Course documentation is in English

Certification: N/A
Cost: View Tuition & Fees for most current pricing

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AppShape++ ( e-Learning )
Course Code: 500-202E
Part Number: 999123
Course Type: eLearning
Duration: Self-paced
Description:

This is a non-certification online training covering AppShape++. Note, there is no hands-on lab requirement for this course.

AppShape++ (spoken "App-Shape-plus-plus") is the part of Radware's AppShape Technology that provides the framework to convert generic application delivery into an application-centric ADC service.

AppShape++ uses Radware's API extension to the Tcl language to support user-written scripts for customizing application delivery, content modification, and content switching.

View the agenda for more information about topics covered in this course.

Course Outline: Syllabus
Pre-Requisite:

Delegates should be proficient in basic PC operation and application, including skilled at operating a keyboard, mouse and Windows OS as well as basic Web browser operation (Internet Explorer used in class).

Certification: N/A
Cost: View Tuition & Fees for most current pricing

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Alteon ADC-VX ( Instructor-led )
Course Code: 500-VX
Part Number: 999103
Course Type: Instructor-led, Open Enrollment
Duration: 2 Days
Description:

Learn about the different features of the ADC-VX, Radware's hypervisor, vADCs, and network topologies. Course will also cover configuring multiple vADCs and monitoring. In addition, a comprehensive module covering the Alteon VA, including prerequisites is included.

Please bring your laptop to complete the hands-on lab exercises. Students will use well-known applications such as PDF Reader, VNC, Telnet, SSH and possibly other Radware-proprietary apps. Therefore, it is also important to have administrative rights on your laptop.

Course Outline: Syllabus
Pre-Requisite:

Completion of Alteon Level 1 Course #500-101

Certification: N/A
Cost: View Tuition & Fees for most current pricing

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Content Inspection Director - Carrier ( On-site )
Course Code: 600-C
Part Number: 999104
Course Type: Custom, On-site Training Request
Duration: 3 Days
Description:

This course covers the CID product. It also includes an introduction to Bandwidth management and Radius. Students will cover the Content Inspection Director (CID). Radware's transparent smart redirection and dynamic policy enforcement product is designed to effectively meet contemporary business needs of wire-line and wireless service providers. Utilizing a deep packet/flow inspection (DPI/DFI) engine, CID enables service providers to provide value-added services deployments, based on granular Layer 1–7 policies and interaction with the carrier's authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) system. Students will learn features covering the basic operations of the CID, along with advanced Radius and header enrichment configurations.

Please bring your laptop to complete the hands-on lab exercises. Students will use well-known applications such as PDF Reader, VNC, Telnet, SSH and possibly other Radware-proprietary apps. Therefore, it is also important to have administrative rights on your laptop.

Course Outline: Syllabus
Pre-Requisite:

Familiarity with common network terminology, TCP/IP addressing & routing, and Internetworking concepts is required along with basic understating of Radius and Radius accounting.
Delegates should also be proficient in basic PC operation and application, including skilled at operating a keyboard, mouse and Windows OS as well as basic Web browser operation (Internet Explorer used in class).

Certification: N/A
Cost: View Tuition & Fees for most current pricing

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