Virtual Application Delivery (vADC) Foundation

  • Duration: 2 days

This two-day course provides insight into the core functionality of the Virtual Application Delivery (vADC) solution. Students will gain detailed functional knowledge of the Virtual Traffic Manager (vTM), Web Application Firewall and Services Director.

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    Key areas include traffic management concepts, protocol support, high availability, SSL offload and scripting. Students will build their own demonstration system to show the principal functions of the product in action.
    Target Audience
    Network Engineers
    Enterprise System Architects
    Technical Support Specialists
    Implementation Consultants
    System Administrators
    DevOps Specialists
    Sales Engineers
    Must have experience with the TCP/IP protocol suite.
    Must have familiarity with the Linux operating system.
    Students should understand load balancing principles.
    Students should understand common application protocols such as HTTP and SMTP.
    Students must bring a laptop computer.
    Students must have access to a Linux instance of their choosing, either running locally on their laptops or remotely accessible over the Internet.
    The Linux system must be preconfigured with bind, Docker, Terraform and the vADC Demo files. The Demo files and configuration instructions can be downloaded from:
    At the beginning of the first day of training all class attendees will be required to start their configured Linux systems and show the configured components to the Instructor.
    Technical Expert Certification Exam
    This course prepares students for the requirements of the “Pulse Secure vADC – Foundation” Technical Expert Certification Exam.

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    Day 1
    Chapter 1: Course Introduction
    • Demo 00 – Confirm completion of pre-requisite
    Chapter 2: Managing Application Traffic
    Chapter 3: Traffic Manager deployment options
    • Demo 01 – Launching the Demo System and Navigating the Traffic Manager UI
    Chapter 4: Clustering
    Chapter 5: Hosting Multiple Services
    Chapter 6: Layer 7 Protocol Support
    Chapter 7: Managing Nodes and Failover
    Day 2
    Chapter 8: TrafficScript fundamentals
    • Demo 02 – Applying a TrafficScript Rule
    Chapter 9: Web Content Compression and Caching
    • Demo 03 – Benefits of Caching
    Chapter 10: Session Persistence and SSL Features
    • Demo 04 – SSL Offload
    Chapter 11: Bandwidth Management and Service Features
    • Demo 05 – Traffic Generation and Performance Improvements
    Chapter 12: Traffic Manager Troubleshooting
    • Demo 06 – Problem Solving with TrafficScript
    Chapter 13: Services Director
    Chapter 14: Web Application Firewall

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