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F5 Local Traffic Manager Online Training

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Keith Barker

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F5 Local Traffic Manager Online Training

In this intermediate F5 skills training, Keith Barker prepares learners to manage the F5 BIG-IP Application Delivery Controller (ADC) appliance, including the Local Traffic Manager (LTM) module.

An organization that depends on delivering applications to users will need traffic management solutions that are expandable and flexible, which is where F5 Local Traffic Manager comes in. With F5 LTM, network engineers can manage cloud, virtual and physical infrastructures with ease, while simplifying, automating and customizing application services fast and predictably. F5 is a leader in providing support to software-defined networks, and engineers who know how to use it are in high demand.

While this network infrastructure skill doesn't map to a certification exam, it's valuable training for network engineers with three to five years of experience with Local Traffic Manager.

Once you're done with this F5 skills training, you'll know how to manage the F5 BIG-IP Application Delivery Controller (ADC) appliance, including the Local Traffic Manager (LTM) module.

For anyone who leads an IT team, this F5 training can be used to onboard new network engineers, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a F5 reference resource.

F5 Local Traffic Manager: What You Need to Know

This F5 Local Traffic Manager training contains videos that cover topics including:

  • Preparing your lab environment
  • Deploying the BIG-IP Appliance
  • Static and dynamic load balancing
  • NAT and SNAT
  • High availability concepts and configuration
  • TCPDUMP packet capture

Who Should Take F5 Local Traffic Manager Training?

This F5 Local Traffic Manager training is considered engineer-level F5 training, which means it was designed for network engineers. This Local Traffic Manager skills course is designed for network engineers with three to five years of experience with network infrastructure.

New or aspiring network engineer? F5 is a big player in the world of networking. Aspiring network engineers that gain familiarity with their technology will have a leg up on their peers. By completing this training, you’ll be able to increase your network knowledge and learn specialized skills related to F5’s Local Traffic Manager.

Experienced network engineers. F5 technologies are used in a wide variety of enterprises for load balancing, proxying, and performance optimization. This training will help you understand F5’s BIG-IP Application Delivery Controller (ADC) appliance, including the Local Traffic Manager (LTM) module. As a result, you’ll gain additional network proficiency and marketable skills related to a popular network vendor.

Skills You'll Learn in this Course

  • F5 BIG-IP Local Traffic Manager

    Intermediate8 hrs 59 mins41 videos
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