Palo Alto Engineer from Kiranbannu's blog

A Palo Alto Engineer provides support, evaluation, and research into the deployed Palo Alto Networks equipment’s processes and problems. The technician will assume responsibility as the subject matter expert (SME) of the Palo Alto Networks products, such as firewalls, IPS/IDS, and VPN, among others.

The engineer is responsible for deploying, designing, configuring, maintaining, and fixing most of the network security implementations of Palo Alto Networks. This individual must be ready to work flexible hours and be able to lift equipment of up to 60 lbs, besides moving, racking and installing them.

Engineers need to be excellent communicators (written and verbal) and team players. They prioritize, adhere to timelines, and manage projects. Engineers must be ready to work flexible hours and need to adjust to changing environments. They must have adept customer-service skills.

Palo Alto Engineer Job Description

Palo Alto Engineers install, configure, manage, and fix Palo Alto Firewalls. They maintain and manage border security systems, such as intrusion detection systems and firewalls. They support, monitor, and take care of existing configuration changes for Palo Alto Networks. The technicians are conversant with procedures, such as change management, automation, and revision control. They need to configure and deploy security operating platform and maintain it.

They aid in fixing network security issues of clients, suggest recommendations after researching best industry practices, creating documents for its configuration and installation. Engineers are also responsible for installing and maintaining Palo Alto firewall technologies. Freelance Palo Alto Network Engineers must know MPLS, VRF, VPN, and network routing. They should possess expertise in TCP/IP. Engineers must have had experience in working with Internet technologies.

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Added Feb 12

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