Kaspersky Security for Virtualization: Light Agent (KL 131.30)
This course is designed for technical experts who prepare virtual environments and install Kaspersky Security for Virtualization how to deploy and maintain protection solutions.
Certified Training Course
Price available on request due to exchange rate fluctuations
Classroom-based, Instructor-led with emphasis on hands-on exercises.
Start time: 09:00 (Registration will commence at 08:30 on the first day)
Before attending this course, students must have basic experience with networking and virtualisation.
At the end of this course, you should be able to do the following:
- Describe the capabilities of Kaspersky Security for Virtualization and explain its advantages when compared with the traditional and agentless protection solutions
- Design and implement optimal protection for a virtual environment
- Maintain the deployed protection system
Exam & Certifications
The chapter provides brief information about virtualisation and its main concepts. It overviews the approaches to the protection of virtual environments and explains operation principles of Kaspersky Security for Virtualization: Light Agent.
- Section 1: Virtualisation
- Section 2: Protection of Virtual Environments
- Section 3: Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 3.0: Structure and Operation Principles
This chapter describes deployment on all supported hypervisors in detail: from planning and installing the Protection Servers to installing the Light Agents on the protected virtual machines. Special attention is paid to the specifics of installations on non-persistent virtual machines (VDI).
- Section 1: Deploying Protection
- Demo 2.1: Pre-Installation for Protection Server
- Section 2: Installation of Protection Server
- Demo 2.2: Installing Protection Server
- Demo 2.3: License Installation
- Demo 2.4: Update
- Demo 2.5: Finding Protection Server from Several Subnets
- Section 3: Deployment of Light Agents
- Demo 2.6: Light Agent Pre-Installation
- Demo 2.7: Installing Light Agent on Persistent Virtual Machines
- Demo 2.8: Preparing Template
- Demo 2.9: Recreate Virtual Machines in VDI
The chapter is devoted to administering Kaspersky Security for Virtualization compared to Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10. Recommendations on how to configure and monitor the solution are provided.
- Section 1: Management Principles of Kaspersky Security for Virtualization
- Section 2: Configuring Protection Parameters
- Section 3: Protection Monitoring
- Demo 3.1: Dynamic mode for VDI
4. Scaling and Maintenance
The chapter focuses on large installations of Kaspersky Security for Virtualization.
- Section 1: Scaling Protection Server Resources
- Section 2: On-Demand Scan Queue
- Section 3: Specifics of Protection Server Discovery by Light Agents
- Demo 4.1: Fault Tolerance
- Demo 4.2: Locating Protection Server Connectivity Issues
- Section 4: Protection Servers and Load Balancing in Cluster
- Section 5: Device Control
- Demo 4.3: Device Control
- Section 6: Reconfiguring Protection Server Connection Settings and Deleting Protection Server