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Learn how to configure a Citrix networking environment to address application services security requirements with Citrix Web App Firewall; automate and manage network services for scale-out of application architectures with Citrix Application Delivery Management; and optimize Citrix ADC-managed application delivery traffic. This 5-day instructor-led course is for experienced Citrix networking architects, engineers and administrators. Participants will deploy and manage Web App Firewall to protect web applications against different types of attacks. It will also students a practical understanding of Citrix Application Delivery Management capabilities for centralized management of multiple Citrix ADC platforms, orchestration of changes, transaction reporting, infrastructure visualization and planning.

Target Audience
Students interested in learning the skills required to deploy and manage Citrix Web App Firewall to secure application access in their Citrix Networking environment, as well as Citrix Application Delivery Management to administer a Citrix Networking environment, or optimize Citrix ADC - managed application delivery traffic. Specifically for administrators, implementers, engineers and architects.

What You'll Learn

  • Identify common web attacks and vulnerabilities
  • Write PERL compatible regular expressions
  • Understand how to operate the adaptive learning engine
  • Configure Citrix Web App Firewall to protect web applications
  • Utilize ADC 12.x Secure Insight to monitor, manage and report on Application Services security

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Related Links: Citrix Certified Professional - App Delivery and Security

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  • Course Number CNS-320
  • Course Length 5 days
  • Course Fee $5,000.00
  • Delivery Format vILT (Instructor Led; Virtual LIVE Online; Remote Training)
  • Course Topic Certification
  • Vendor Citrix
  • Technology ADC/NetScaler/Gateway

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