A10 Networks

AN-SysAd & ADC 4.1

A10 System Administration and ADC 4.1

South Africa:
USD 0.00

Duration: 4 Days

Who should attend:

The ADC & SysAd 4.1 course is for application engineers, development operations, and architects who are responsible for implementing common Application Delivery control scnearios in A10 ACOS deployments within data center environments. The System Administration part is for Network Operators and System Administrators who are responsible for deploying A10 ACOS devices in data center environments in preparation for the additional application-oriented implementation. This course provides the necessary foundation for teams continuing into ACOS application courses

An individual course planning is possible for this kind of course. If you would like to know more about this course please either call us on +971 4 42 89 440 or send an email to training@flane.com.
  • OSI reference model
  • Network topology and administration
  • Familiarity with an industry standard switching and routing CLI
Course Objectives

From a set of three unconfigured ACOS devices, students deploy ACOS systems with these attributes:

  • Layer 2-3 environment including VLANs, and IP routing 
  • Device cluster environment with a single management point 
  • High availability with multiple  active devices 
  • Multi-tenant environment with limited-scope administration
  • Remote authentication and authorization

From a three device ACOS cluster pre configured with a layer 2-3 base environment, students deploy these system attributes:

  • Layer 4 and 7 virtual servers with associated configuration elements
  • Compression, caching, and connection reuse
  • Global server load balancing 

Students also use device tools that monitor, diagnose and restore the system configuration

Course Outline

The course contains these components:

  • Initial ACOS configuration
  • Centralized configuration management: aVCS
  • High availability: VRRP-A
  • Application delivery partitions (ADP)
  • Role-based administration
  • Authentication, authorization and accounting
  • Control plane logging 
  • SNMP
  • aXAPI overview 
  • Load balancing concepts
  • HTTP protocol
  • HTTPS protocol
  • ACOS acceleration
  • Policy based server load balancing
  • ACOS troubleshooting and monitoring
  • Introduction to aFleX
  • Global server load balancing
  • Web application firewall
Further information

If you would like to know more about this course please contact us