F5 Networks Developing iRules for BIG-IP v13 Training

F5 Networks Developing iRules for BIG-IP v13 Training

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Course Overview:

F5 Networks Developing iRules for BIG-IP v13 Training – Hands-on

This F5 Networks Developing iRules for BIG-IP v13 Training course provides networking professionals a functional understanding of iRules development. In this course, you will learn how to logically plan and write iRules to help monitor and manage common tasks involved with processing traffic on the BIG-IP. This hands-on course includes lectures, labs, and discussions.

Audience / Target Group:

The target audience for this F5 Networks Developing iRules for BIG-IP v13 Training course:

• System administrators
• Network administrators
• Application developers
• Individuals responsible for the customization of traffic flow through a BIG-IP system

F5 Networks Developing iRules for BIG-IP v13 Training – Objectives:

Upon completing this F5 Networks Developing iRules for BIG-IP v13 Training course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:

• Setting up the BIG-IP system
• Getting started with iRules
• Using the iRules Editor
• Leveraging DevCentral resources for iRule development
• Exploring iRule elements, including events, functions, commands, variables, and operators
• Using control structures for branching and looping
• Mastering whitespace, grouping, and special symbols
• Logging from an iRule using syslog-ng and high-speed logging (HSL)
• Optimizing iRules execution, including implementing efficiency best practices
• Modularizing iRules for administrative efficiency, including using procedures
• Securing applications with iRules, including preventing common HTTP attacks
• Working with strings, including using Tcl parsing commands and iRules parsing functions
• Accessing and manipulating HTTP traffic, including selective HTTP compression
• Working with iFiles and data groups
• Using iRules with universal persistence and stream profiles
• Gathering statistics using the statistics profile and iStats
• Incorporating advanced variables, including arrays, static global variables, and the session table

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