The SSL offload feature, when performed by a Citrix ADC appliance, greatly helps in protecting your environment while leveraging the workload on your back-end servers. In this course, Implement SSL Offload for Citrix ADC, you will learn how to deploy a Citrix ADC appliance using Microsoft Azure. First, you'll explore how to build your appliance from the ground up to a fully functional SSL virtual server. Next, you'll learn about different SSL configurations, such as SSL profiles, ciphers and SSL/TLS versions. Finally, you'll discover Certificate Revocation Lists and Online Certificate Status Protocol, as well as how to avoid SSL exploits. By the end of this course, you'll have gained the knowledge to successfully deliver applications to users in a secure way by means of the SSL offload feature on a Citrix ADC.
Working in the IT field for the last 15 years, Jean-Francois has been exchanging roles. From Systems Administrator to teaching Microsoft Official Curriculum courses as a MCT (Microsoft Certified Trainer) as well as a consultant providing solutions to challenging IT projects.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] E everyone, My name is Jeff Landry and welcome to my course. Implement SSL offload for Citrix e d. C. I've been in the I T field for the last 15 years and Afghan quite a lot of experience working with Citrix Application Delivery controllers, formerly known as Net scaler. In this course, you will learn how to use the SSL offload feature on the Citrix AD DS Appliance in Microsoft Azure. Some of the major topics that will cover include how to create an install SSL certificates. Configure is Citrix AD DS appliance for SSL offload and out to deploy and manage SSL virtual servers. By the end of this course, you'll know how to manage SSL certificates inside the Citrix. It is environment to keep your digital communication safe before beginning discourse. You should be familiar with Citrix, HTC and Microsoft Azure basic configurations. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to provide secure SSL services with the implement SSL offload for Citrix. It is of course, at Pluralsight