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The Network Kings GTM training course is apt for professionals who already have experience in the area. GTM (Global Traffic Manager) sends out user application requests as required for existing conditions, business policies, the location of the user, and performance capabilities. GTM helps scale and secure DNS Services infrastructure and survive DDoS attacks, thus guaranteeing high availability. Through its GTM (Global Traffic Manager) Training, Network Kings imparts the required expertise on how to maximize the performance and availability of applications by steering users to the best possible cloud, virtual or physical environment to ensure optimal performance.

 

Who can attend this Training?

  • Anyone making a career move that requires load balancer skills

  • Network and Security Admins

  • Engineers and Architects working in the field of networking

  • Anyone looking to brush up on load balancer features

  • Support engineers and operators

The advantage of Personal F5 Online Training

At Network Kings, one can benefit from personal online training delivery, which brings in plenty of advantages over the usual course modes. Below are some of these benefits:

  • Faster grasp of load balancer concepts

  • Easy understanding of the subject, thanks to the use of professionally made lectures

  • Enhanced interaction with the course content and on matters pertaining to career

  • Flexibility to continue learning until one grasps the concepts

  • You benefit from more individual attention compared to a traditional course

  • The room for tailoring course content based on the unique needs of the learner

Learning outcome

Upon successful completion of LoadBalancer F5 Online Training at Network Kings, you will be able to accomplish the following:

  • Gain practical knowledge on BIG-IP Load Balancing

  • Discover the various terminologies concerning Load Balancing products

  • Set up the BIG-IP Load Balancer with poise

  • Set up and activate a license for a new LTM device

  • Configure the IP address for an LTM device

  • Create a Virtual server

  • Configure Pool, Nodes, Monitors, etc

  • Learn about the basic applications of BIG-IP Load Balancer

  • Be acquainted with the key functions of a load balancer

  • Communicate effectively with other professionals working in the same area

Curriculum

  • Sl. No.
  • Chapter
  • Chapter - 1
  • Setting Up the BIG-IP System
  • Chapter - 1.1
  • Introducing the BIG-IP System
  • Chapter - 1.2
  • Initially Setting Up the BIG-IP System
  • Chapter - 1.3
  • Creating an Archive of the BIG-IP System
  • Chapter - 1.4
  • F5 Support Resources and Tools
  • Chapter - 2
  • DNS and GTM Systems
  • Chapter - 2.1
  • DNS Overview
  • Chapter - 2.2
  • The Name Resolution Process
  • Chapter - 2.3
  • DNS and GTM System Options
  • Chapter - 2.4
  • Resolution Diagnostic Tools
  • Chapter - 3
  • Accelerated DNS Resolutions
  • Chapter - 3.1
  • Global Traffic Manager and DNS Resolutions
  • Chapter - 3.2
  • Hierarchy of Options Flow Chart
  • Chapter - 3.3
  • Lab Setup Information
  • Chapter - 3.4
  • GTM Listeners
  • Chapter - 3.5
  • Load Balancing DNS Queries
  • Chapter - 3.6
  • DNS Cache
  • Chapter - 3.7
  • DNS Express
  • Chapter - 3.8
  • Introduction to Wide IPs
  • Chapter - 3.9
  • Other DNS Queries
  • Chapter - 3.10
  • Integrating GTM into Existing DNS Systems
  • Chapter - 4
  • Intelligent DNS Resolutions
  • Chapter - 4.1
  • Intelligent DNS Resolutions
  • Chapter - 4.2
  • Metric Collection
  • Chapter - 4.3
  • Intelligent Name Resolution
  • Chapter - 4.4
  • Data Centers
  • Chapter - 4.5
  • Adding GTM Systems
  • Chapter - 4.6
  • Adding LTM Systems
  • Chapter - 4.7
  • GTM-LTM System Communications: iQuery
  • Chapter - 4.8
  • Adding Non-F5 Servers
  • Chapter - 4.9
  • Links
  • Chapter - 4.10
  • Wide IP Pools
  • Chapter - 4.11
  • Wide IPs
  • Chapter - 4.12
  • Changing Object Status
  • Chapter - 4.13
  • Traffic Management Shell (TMSH)
  • Chapter - 5
  • LDNS Probes and Metrics
  • Chapter - 5.1
  • Probes and Metrics Overview
  • Chapter - 5.2
  • LDNS Probe Configuration
  • Chapter - 6
  • Load Balancing
  • Chapter - 6.1
  • Load Balancing Overview
  • Chapter - 6.2
  • Static Load Balancing Modes
  • Chapter - 6.3
  • Dynamic Load Balancing Modes
  • Chapter - 6.4
  • Quality of Service Load Balancing
  • Chapter - 6.5
  • Dynamic Persistence
  • Chapter - 6.6
  • Manual Resume
  • Chapter - 6.7
  • Topology Load Balancing
  • Chapter - 7
  • Monitors
  • Chapter - 7.1
  • Monitors and Metric Collection
  • Chapter - 7.2
  • Monitor Types
  • Chapter - 7.3
  • Monitor Configuration
  • Chapter - 7.4
  • Monitor Assignments
  • Chapter - 7.5
  • Monitor Status Reporting
  • Chapter - 7.6
  • Monitor Results and Best Practices
  • Chapter - 8
  • Configuration Files, Logs, and Notifications
  • Chapter - 8.1
  • BIG-IP Configuration Files
  • Chapter - 8.2
  • Logging and Notification
  • Chapter - 8.3
  • GTM Log Files
  • Chapter - 8.4
  • The Alertd Process
  • Chapter - 8.5
  • LCD Notification
  • Chapter - 8.6
  • Email Notification
  • Chapter - 8.7
  • High-Speed Logging
  • Chapter - 8.8
  • Monitoring the BIG-IP System Remotely with SNMP
  • Chapter - 9
  • Advanced Topics
  • Chapter - 9.1
  • DNSSEC
  • Chapter - 9.2
  • Limits and Thresholds
  • Chapter - 9.3
  • GTM iRules
  • Chapter - 9.4
  • Synchronization Groups
  • Chapter - 9.5
  • BIG-IP iHealth and QKView Diagnostic Files
  • Chapter - 9.6
  • DNS 6 to 4
  • Chapter - 9.7
  • Using tcpdump on the BIG-IP System

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