OpenDXL Code Camp at MPOWER 2019 Cybersecurity Summit

  • An OpenDXL "code camp" is being held at the MPOWER 2019 Cybersecurity Summit.

    Arrive a day early and broaden your McAfee solution expertise by adding OpenDXL code camp training to your MPOWER experience. In this hands-on workshop led by technical experts and community members, you will gain the knowledge and understanding to leverage existing integrations and to create OpenDXL orchestration flows, service wrappers, and clients to support your OpenDXL initiatives. This workshop will be a hands-on walkthrough of creating an OpenDXL Fabric, orchestrating existing tools using OpenDXL Node Red connectors, and developing code/scripts to integrate with OpenDXL, such as those featured at

    Date: Monday, September 30

    Location: ARIA Resort & Casino, Las Vegas – Level 3: Starvine 3 & 4

    Hours: 8:30am - 5:00pm

    The camp is available to anyone interested in getting hands-on experience with the latest OpenDXL-related technologies. Information can be found on the MPOWER 2019 event website.

    Course Details

    This workshop will be very hands-on, and will involve implementing code/scripts to integrate with OpenDXL, such as those featured at By attending this course, you will leave with:

    • An understanding of the concepts and possibilities of what can be done with OpenDXL with knowledge of how to implement and modify services & flows created by others
    • Experience integrating with McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange (TIE), McAfee Active Response (MAR), and 3rd party security tools
    • A strong OpenDXL foundation to build on as you interact with the community and best practices for building your own enhancements

    Who Should Take This Class

    Session participants should come with a desire to learn the fundamentals of working with OpenDXL and how leveraging OpenDXL can simplify the process of automating interactions between several products. Basic scripting skills are required for configuring and modifying flows. Please note that students are responsible for bringing their own laptop to class to access the lab materials.

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