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Developing iApps for BIG-IP v11

Course Details

This one-day course provides networking professionals a functional understanding of iApps Template development. The course builds on the foundation of the Configuring BIG-IP Local Traffic Manager (LTM) v11 course, demonstrating how to create iApps to configure BIG-IP systems. Course Labs consist of writing and troubleshooting iApps Templates, and deploying Application Services for a simple web application. This hands-on course includes lectures, labs, and discussions.

 

Course Prerequisites

Students must complete one of the following:

  • Administering BIG-IP v11 Instructor-led course
  • BIG-IP Administrator certification

Students should also understand:

  • Common Security and Network terminology
  • TCP/IP Addressing, Routing and Internetworking concepts
  • Security Authorization and Authentication concepts
  • Common elements of WAN and LAN environments
  • Basic Traffic Management Shell (tmsh) syntax
  • Basic Tool Command Language (Tcl) development

In addition, students should be proficient in:

  • Basic PC operation and application skills, including including MS Windows
  • Basic Web browser operation (Internet Explorer is used in class)
  • TCL and TMSH commands

Course Goals

By course completion, the student should be able to develop iApps Templates to configure BIG-IP® LTM systems.

Course Agenda

Topics covered in this course include:
  • Overview of iApps templates and Application Services
  • Application Programming Language (APL) for Presentation
  • Tool Command Language (Tcl) for Implementation
  • Traffic Management Shell (tmsh) for Implementation
  • HTML subset for Help
  • Procedures and Definitions
  • Custom Libraries
  • F5 Default Libraries
  • Troubleshooting iApps
  • Modifying F5 iApps Templates
  • Lab Projects

By course completion, the student should be able to develop iApps Templates to configure BIG-IP® LTM systems.

Audience

This course is intended for system and network administrators responsible for installation, setup, configuration, and administration of BIG-IP LTM Systems.