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Lantec | Course: CNS 225 - Deploy and Manage Citrix ADC 13.X with Traffic Management

CNS 225 - Deploy and Manage Citrix ADC 13.X with Traffic Management

$5,000.00
5 days
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Prerequisites

Description:

Build your Citrix ADC knowledge and skills by enrolling in this five-day course. It covers Citrix ADC essentials-- platforms, architecture, licensing and functionality – and also focuses on traffic management, including content switching, traffic optimization and global server load balancing (GSLB). You will learn about key ADC capabilities such as high availability, security and performance, and explore SSL offload, load balancing and monitoring. The traffic management curriculum will cover the AppExpert policy engine, the Rewrite and Responder features, and Content Switching.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:

  • Understand the functionalities and capabilities of Citrix ADC
  • How to obtain, install, and manage Citrix ADC licenses
  • Comprehend basic ADC network architecture
  • Understand how SSL is used to secure Citrix ADC
  • Optimize the ADC system for traffic handling and management

This course is delivered remotely via our partnership with Sunset Learning.
 

Scheduled Courses

Nov 01, 2021
Nov 15, 2021
Nov 29, 2021

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