Citrix Networking

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IT administrators use Citrix networking technologies to balance server loads and create VPN gateways. Courses in this expertise will help you understand the core features of Citrix NetScaler and how to integrate it into a network as a load balancer or gateway in a virtualization environment. This expertise can also help prepare you for the Citrix Certified Associate: Networking (CCA-N) certification.

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March 2015 with Keith Barker

The Citrix NetScaler 10.5 Essentials and Networking course provides the fundamental concepts and skills to install, configure, and manage a Citrix NetScaler appliance. Learners are strongly encouraged to build a lab environment to practice hands on the techniques learned in this course. This course is based on the Citrix NetScaler 10.5 product, and the fundamental concepts taught in these Nuggets are common to earlier versions as well. Recommended skills: Basic understanding of networking CCNA or equivalent knowledge recommended Recommended equipment: Virtualized environment (Microsoft, VMware or Citrix) to implement a virtualized NetScaler (or two for fault tolerance) in a lab environment. Evaluation licenses and downloads are available directly from Windows AD Web servers to load balance across Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop to practice integration between the NetScaler and those environments Related certifications: Citrix Certified Associate: Networking (CCA-N) Exam 1Y0-253 Related job functions: Systems admin XenApp/XenDesktop admin Network admin Network engineer Network operations analyst Network technician NetScaler is a multi-functional appliance that can perform as a Layer 4-7 proxy for load balancing, as well as a VPN gateway (or both). Environments that include Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop are likely to use a Citrix NetScaler as their remote access and load balancing solution.

3IT Intermediate
Course Title
Citrix NetScaler 10.5 1Y0-253