Alteon Professional is a foundation-level, two-day, instructor-led or eLearning course designed to introduce participants to Radware’s Alteon ADC (Application Delivery Controller). As an eLearning course, audio modules may be completed individually and may take up to six continuous-hours to complete. Participants must also complete exercises in Radware’s virtual, hands-on lab, expect the hands on activities to take approximately six hours.
High-Level Course Preview
This course begins with an Introduction to ADC environment. The first learning module is optional; targeted to pre-sales engineers or those with little-or-no experience with application delivery controllers.
Alteon Technical Overview introduces Radware’s ADC; then Setup Configuration moves on to initial device configuration, followed by Alteon Switching & Routing for Layers 2 & 3 configuration of the device.
Next this basic-level course offers Introduction to SLB (Server Load Balancing) with the Alteon, followed by Basic SLB Persistency using Cookie Insert.
This course also covers SSL Configuration for authentication & encryption services, and participants learn about Radware’s High Availability redundancy configuration. Finally, participants learn to use Alteon’s Monitoring & Reporting features.
Radware Hands-on Lab
In this basic-level course, all topics are explained in theory and implemented using hands-on lab exercises via remote access to a lab. Participants should complete lab exercises in tandem with learning modules. It is NOT advised to complete all learning modules before beginning lab exercises
Participants are automatically assigned to a lab when initially registered for this course.
In both the instructor-led and eLearning courses, participants use their own laptop computer to complete the hands-on lab exercises. Participants will use well-known applications such as PDF Reader, VNC, Telnet, SSH and possibly other Radware-proprietary apps. It is important to have administrative rights on your laptop.
Contenu du cours
Day 1 * Learning Modules :
0 500-100 Radware Certification
00 Alteon 500-100 Course Agenda
1 ADC Introduction (optional)
2 Alteon Technical Overview
3 Alteon Setup Configuration
4 Alteon Switching & Routing
5 Introduction to SLB (Server Load Balancing)
Day 1 * Labs to complete :
Introduction to Radware Lab
Access Alteon Lab Devices
Switching & Routing
Basic SLB Configuration
Day 2 * Learning Modules :
6. Basic Persistence using Cookie Insert
7. SSL Services: Authentication & Encryption
8. High Availability Redundancy
9. Basic Monitoring with DPM
Day 2 * Labs to complete :
Monitoring & Reporting
Hands-on Practical Exam Offered
2 jours soit 14 heures
2 860 € HT
The primary audience for this technical course is system administrators, network administrators, and others responsible for the configuration and administration of the Alteon in a network environment.
In addition to their professional experience, participants attending this training may have technical knowledge in the following areas :
Recommended -- General understanding of common network terminology.
Recommended -- Some understanding of TCP/IP addressing and routing.
No other Radware courses required prior to Alteon Basic registration.
No prior experience configuring Alteon is required.
Training material provided for this course includes :
Alteon PowerPoint Presentations,
Radware’s Professional Lab Training Book.
To earn Radware Certified Application Basic-AL (RCAB-AL) accreditation, you must
1. Successfully complete learning modules.
2. Successfully complete hands-on lab using lab book exercises.
3. Pass the hands-on Practical Exam.
4. Successfully complete the Online Certification Exam. (pass 75%).
Benefits of Certification
Greater technical expertise to manage deployments
Improved systems integration and product performance
Credibility by reduced dependence on outside support