1 - Networking Methodology and Assessment
Understanding the Citrix methodologyBusiness Drivers and RequirementsUser SegmentationApplication AssessmentCapabilities Assessment
2 - Citrix Networking Deployment Architecture and Topology
Multi-Site DeploymentsMulti Tennant InfrastructureCloud DeploymentsHigh AvailabilityCitrix ADC Double-Hop ScenariosSecure Web Gateway
3 - Advanced Authentication and Authorization
Authorization PoliciesAccess PoliciesAdvanced Authentication OptionsMulti-Factor AuthenticationnFactor AuthenticationAAA Session Management
4 - Citrix ADC Security
AuthorizationPre-authentication and Endpoint Analysis ScansProtection against Layer 4-7 AttacksWeb App Firewall
5 - Citrix Gateway Configuration Considerations
ICA Proxy ConfigurationVPN AccessClientless AccessSplit TunnelingRDP Proxy Deployment and Configuration
6 - Advanced Load Distribution and Link Load balancing
Advanced Load BalancingLink Load BalancingFirewall Load BalancingMicrosoft Exchange Load BalancingAdvanced Global Server Load BalancingGlobal Server Load Balancing PersistenceDNS, Policies, Expressions, Actions, and ViewsGSLB Monitoring and Considerations
7 - Application Delivery Management Automation and Orchestration
Application Delivery Management Outbound Traffic DashboardAutomationOrchestrationConfiguration JobsConfiguration AuditNITRO APIStyleBooks (Net-new)
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
Developed for IT Professionals with extensive networking and Citrix ADC experience. This course is built for IT Professionals who are responsible for defining the overall structure or architecture of a Citrix networking environment. This course encompasses advanced Citrix networking configurations and leading Citrix design principles.
This course assumes that the student has significant networking and Citrix Networking experience. Citrix recommends a comprehensive understanding of basic and intermediate Citrix ADC features and functionalities. Proficiency in the topics covered in CNS-220; CNS-222; and CNS-320 is strongly recommended.