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March 29, 2019

Microsoft Office 365 Enterprise Network Architecture

This article presents a high-level overview of the Office 365 network infrastructure from end-user clients to the services running inside the Microsoft clouds. This is a cloud-based software are a service (SaaS) solution and requires specific architectural planning for enterprise network architectures. This topic is broad and complex. It is covered briefly here as an…

December 17, 2018

Installing Ansible Modules for A10 Networks

A10 Networks products are designed from the ground-up around an extensive set of Application Programming Interface (API) resources which can manage every aspect of each system.  The A10 Networks API uses the RESTful API architecture to glue A10 Networks systems seamlessly to DevOps management systems and a wide variety of other technologies. Ansible is an…

December 17, 2018

Common Management Tasks with aXAPI

A10 Networks products with the Advanced Core Operating System (ACOS) technology include a comprehensive API infrastructure for system integrations and management. This API product is aXAPI, a RESTful web services-based interface providing DevOps and IT operations the capability to integrate seamlessly with existing management platforms. aXAPI integrates with management automation systems like Ansible, Chef, Puppet and…

December 17, 2018

Managing Network Devices with SSH Scripts

Network and security devices typically have a text based or Command Line Interface (CLI) management interface which can access and manage systems across a network connection. CLI commands are typically run from text-based terminals. These systems can also be managed with CLI commands embedded in scripts. This article describes managing network devices with Linux scripts.…

September 14, 2018

Using PowerCLI to Install vThunder

What is VMware PowerCLI? VMware PowerCLI is a command-line and scripting tool built on Windows PowerShell and provides more than 600 cmdlets for managing and automating all aspects of vSphere management including network, storage, Virtual Machine, guest OS along with executing tasks for vRealize Operations Manager, vSAN, NSX, VMware Cloud on AWS, and VMware Horizon…

September 5, 2018

Automate Secure Application Services in VMware Private Clouds

The IT world is transitioning to the cloud. Upwards of 70% of Enterprises will utilize a hybrid model by 2020 according to Right Scale's "2017 State of the Cloud Report". This is due to the need for agility and scalability, an overwhelming number of users and requests, exponential growth of deployed apps and the mandate…

August 14, 2018

How to Deploy an Ingress Controller in Azure Kubernetes

What is the Azure Kubernetes Service? Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) helps users to deploy a managed Kubernetes cluster in Azure. AKS is available as a hosted Kubernetes free service. Users will need to pay for the agent nodes within the clusters. A multi-container web application runs on the cluster for the users to access over the…

July 9, 2018

Create USB Installation Disk for ACOS

A10 Networks ACOS operating system can be installed on bare metal servers from practically any vendor.  ACOS installations can be performed from a bootable USB disk, similar to Linux and Windows distributions. This article will describe step by step how to create a bootable ACOS installation system on a USB drive. NOTE: These instructions describe this…