Become fluent in F5 products and how to integrate them in your company's environment. The F5 Getting Started Series of free web-based training courses offers you the chance to:
Explore the features and functionality of F5 solutions and how to leverage them to solve typical business problems.
Learn how to perform basic BIG-IP administration and configuration tasks.
Discover the tools available for you to customize application delivery to meet your business needs.
Get introduced to foundational technologies and explore how iControl REST is used to program BIG-IP. Perform exercises to program a basic configuration on your lab BIG-IP.
Learn how to identify various VIPRION chassis and hardware options, compare and contrast VIPRION setup in Clustered Multiprocessing (CMP) mode with Virtualized Clustered Multiprocessing (vCMP) mode. Discover how to remove and replace a hot-swappable blade and add a blade to the system.
Configure a web acceleration profile to cache content on the BIG-IP system, bringing that content closer to the client, and offloading work from your application servers.
Learn about the importance of SSL Visibilty, SSL Orchestrator Functionality and use of Guided Configuration to get started with a particular use case, demonstrating the ease of implementation.
Learn about F5 Silverline services in the context of a user scenario in which a data center is under DDoS attack. See how to differentiate between DDoS and other web application vulnerabilities, and understand how F5 Silverline can mitigate them.
Learn how to leverage iHealth to proactively maintain and troubleshoot your BIG-IP systems. This course explains the four-step process to generate iHealth Diagnostics and introduces iHealth reports.
Experience a step-by-step implementation of a basic but complete SWG solution. The web-based training also includes a follow-along lab guide that includes all the configuration steps shown in the videos.
Learn how to navigate BIG-IQ’s graphical user interface and use some of the capabilities to manage BIG-IP devices. Examine BIG-IQ user roles and learn how these are used to segment activities.
Learn how to configure BIG-IP CGNAT to use NAT44 to provide basic e-mail and Web connectivity to subscribers while conserving IPv4 public addresses, and how to use application layer gateways to overcome a common shortcoming of large-scale network address translation.
Learn about the BIG-IP DNS role in the DNS resolution process, discover how to configure many aspects of global server load balancing (GSLB) including data centers, servers, virtual servers, wide IPs, and wide IP pools.