In this course, you will learn how to plan, deploy, and maintain an IBM QRadar environment. You'll not only discover the technical installation of the tool, but also how to gather requirements, design the architecture and create a deployment plan.
The IBM QRadar is one of the top SIEM solutions according to the Gatner group. More and more companies are adopting this tool as their one-stop-shop for security management due to its flexibility and ease to use.
In this course, Planning, Deploying, and Maintaining QRadar, you'll be learning not only the technical aspect of an IBM QRadar deployment, but also the documentation and project management aspects of the deployment. First, you'll explore how to gather client requirements. Next, you'll discover how to design the architecture. Finally, you'll learn how to create a deployment plan, which are concepts that differentiates a person that knows how to install QRadar from a real QRadar specialist. In the course scenario, we look at the company Globomantics, which hired you to deploy a new QRadar installation in their environment. When you finish this course, you will be able to perform each step of a real-world IBM QRadar deployment project.
Ricardo is a Cybersecurity Consultant based in Toronto (Canada). He has 10+ years of IT experience, 6 of them in the IT Security field. His main interests are: SIEM solutions (IBM QRadar), Enterprise Security Risk, Penetration Testing, Security processes/procedures and Network Security.
Course Overview Hi everyone! My name is Ricardo, and welcome to my course, Planning, Deploying, and Maintaining QRadar. I'm a cybersecurity consultant with years' experience in IBM QRadar. And I'll be showing you everything you need to know for your role as a SIEM engineer. So, if you're planning to install a new QRadar environment, or if you're looking to expand your knowledge in the IBM QRadar solution, this course is for you. This course is not a simple tutorial of how to install QRadar. In here you'll learn how to deliver a high-quality project, meaning that you'll learn how to get a requirement from your client, how to translate the client's requirements into a deployment plan, how to size and estimate your environment, how to install and configure QRadar, and, last but very important, how to deliver a high-quality documentation. In my opinion, knowing how to understand your client's requirements, how to prepare a good deployment plan, and delivering a good documentation is what differentiates a guy that knows QRadar from a real QRadar specialist. As this is an intermediate course, before beginning your learning journey, you should have a basic understanding of QRadar, as well as a basic understanding of Linux and networking. Also, keep in mind that this course is part of a series of QRadar courses here at Pluralsight. If you're totally new to QRadar, I do recommend you checking them out. So, I hope you join me on this journey to learn about the IBM QRadar deployment with my Planning, Deploying, and Maintaining QRadar course here, at Pluralsight.