NetScaler® 12 Load Balancing can be simple or complex, depending on specific requirements, and the configuration provides many places wherein one little checkbox can have an adverse impact. Learn all about LB via numerous demos and course materials.
Expand upon what you have learned in the NetScaler® 12 Getting Started and High Availability courses in the NetScaler® Essentials series. You’ll continue to use the environment that was created previously in order to demonstrate load balancing features and functionality. In this course, Enabling Load Balancing with Citrix NetScaler® 12, you’ll learn about load balancing and configuration components including vservers, servers, services, and monitors. First, you’ll step through an analogy related to cheeseburgers in order to solidify an understanding as to how load balancing functions. A bit unconventional, but load balancing will make sense like never before. Next, you'll dive a bit deeper into the various options and talk about when and how you may need to employ them. Finally, you’ll spend some time discovering what to do if something goes wrong. By the end of this third course in the series, you’ll be confident with load balancing including basic setup, tweaking the setup so that load balancing works optimally for your needs, and fixing the load balancing configuration if it isn’t working the way you had expected.
Jo Harder has been involved with virtualization technologies for nearly 20 years, since the days of WinFrame/MetaFrame and the infancy of hypervisors. She started her technical career at Citrix in 1999, where she became a Senior Architect. Her 11-year tenure included a combination of Citrix Consulting and Technical Readiness roles. Post Citrix, Jo has taken on positions focused on consulting services and hosting provider services, as well as the creation of technical materials for various audiences. Starting in February 2015, she has been a Citrix Technology Professional awardee each year.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] Hi. My name is Joe Harder, and I welcome you to the Net scale or 12 load balancing course. I've been focused on Citrix Technologies for nearly 20 years and have been honored as a Citrix technology professional awardee for the past four years. The next hour and 1/2 will expand upon what you've learned in the Net scale or 12 getting started and high availability courses, and is the third course in the Net scaler essential Siri's. We'll continue to use the V M where environment that was created previously. In order to demonstrate load balancing features and functionality in this course, you'll learn about load balancing and configuration components, including V servers, servers, service's and monitors will step through an analogy related to cheeseburgers in order to solidify and understanding as to how load balancing works. It's a bit unconventional, I know, but load balancing will make sense like never before. Well, then dive a bit deeper into the various options and talk about when and how you may need to employ them. Lastly, we'll spend some time discussing what to do if something goes wrong. Load balancing is one of those technologies. Were one little check box or setting conspicuous the results and detract from the user experience, not to mention administrative headaches to avoid that will cover these topics. Implementing load balancing, using the most basic settings, configuring additional options to address common requirements and then exploring what to do if load balancing isn't functioning as expected. By the end of this third course in the Siri's, you'll be confident with load balancing, including the basic setup, tweaking the set up so that load balancing works optimally for your needs and fixing the load balancing configuration. If it isn't working quite the way you had expected, please join me as we continue learning about Citrix net scale or 12 at plural site.