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Learn how to leverage NetScaler to secure your APIs from OWASP API Top 10 risks, safeguard against common attacks such as SQL Injection and cross-site scripting, authenticate endpoints, and monitor API traffic.
 
In this live demo, NetScaler experts will cover:
Mitigating OWASP API Top 10 risks Securing API Endpoints via WAF  
Detailed information can be found in the following eDoc link:
API authentication with the NetScaler appliance- https://docs.netscaler.com/en-us/citrix-adc/current-release/aaa-tm/authentication-methods/oauth-authentication/api-authentication-with-adc.html  
For more latest NetScaler technical information, please feel free to visit and register our NetScaler Community: https://community.netscaler.com
 
 

Chris Chau
When NetScaler is deployed as a proxy for application deployments, NetScaler inspects each user request or response for global routing and local data center routing. With the thousands of logs and counters provided by NetScaler you can have granular information about HTTP, TCP, SSL, and DNS packets. You can leverage such rich data and insights from NetScaler to troubleshoot and pinpoint issues. You can export the data from NetScaler to your preferred observability endpoints to create visualizations and get real-time, granular application insights.
NetScaler Intelligent Traffic Management (ITM) provides a revolutionary approach to Global Traffic Management/Global Server Load Balancing (GTM/GSLB). The mission of NetScaler ITM is to enable next-generation cloud strategies based on real-time Internet data feeds. The platform provides a highly robust means to ingest real-time data from various Internet sources and provides a DNS-based approach to Load-balancing. ITM uses DNS CNAME or records where its DNS responses can be altered in real-time based on the required business logic.
In this demo, we will cover:
Internet health monitoring: Internet visibility using NetScaler ITM Infrastructure health monitoring: exporting NetScaler logs and events to Splunk Details information can be found in the following eDoc link:
NetScaler Intelligent Traffic Management (ITM): https://docs.netscaler.com/en-us/citrix-intelligent-traffic-management/openmix NetScaler Observability: https://docs.netscaler.com/en-us/citrix-adc/current-release/observability.html For more latest NetScaler technical information, please feel free to visit and NetScaler Community: https://community.netscaler.com
 

Chris Chau
NetScaler BLX appliance is a software form-factor of NetScaler and provides the same functionality as of a traditional NetScaler appliance. It is designed to run natively on bare-metal-Linux on commercial off-the-shelf servers (COTS), hence, provides day-zero support for running on cloud. Open source tools (for example, monitoring, debugging, and logging) supported for Linux environment can be seamlessly integrated with NetScaler BLX. Since NetScaler BLX appliances run as a software application, other Linux applications can also run on the same host.
 
In this live demo, you will:
Experience a live seamless migration demo showcasing the effortless transition of NetScaler workloads to a Bare Metal Linux hardware using NetScaler BLX. Witness a swift and frictionless process that maintains configurations and ensures optimal performance, all within a few simple steps, demonstrating a quick and hassle-free migration. Details information can be found in the following eDoc link:
NetScaler BLX 14.1: https://docs.netscaler.com/en-us/blx/... For more latest NetScaler technical information, please feel free to visit and register for our NetScaler Community: https://community.netscaler.com
 

 

Chris Chau
For the Operations team, automating workflows is one of the key goals to successfully applying DevOps. Automating infrastructure deployments and configurations helps streamlining the process of building, testing, and deploying infrastructure leading to a secure, scalable and reliable infrastructure.
 
There are various ways to design Automation pipelines; Terraform Cloud is a remote, cloud-based service offered by HashiCorp for managing and collaborating on infrastructure as code (IaC). It offers several benefits for organizations and makes it easier for teams to collaborate especially in complex, multi-cloud, and multi-team environments.
 
In this live session we will demonstrate:
How you can leverage Terraform Cloud to Automate NetScaler operations How setup a NetScaler Automation pipeline on Terraform Cloud How to store and retrieve credentials How to manage your certificates How to safely store your Terraform state file How to segregate the duties of committing and approving Infrastructure as Code changes Details information can be found in the following eDoc link:
Automate deployment and configurations of NetScaler: https://docs.netscaler.com/en-us/citrix-adc/current-release/deploying-vpx/citrix-adc-automation.html Automation in NetScaler Community: https://community.netscaler.com/s/topic/0TO8b000000QnUHGA0/automation Github link for Terraform-NetScaler provider: https://github.com/citrix/terraform-provider-citrixadc For more latest NetScaler technical information, please feel free to register and visit our NetScaler Community: https://community.netscaler.com.
 


Chris Chau
A NetScaler cluster is formed by grouping NetScaler appliances together. NetScaler clustering can provide active-active traffic processing on 2 or up to 32 NetScaler appliances either physical or virtual. Each appliance must be of the same license type, software build, hardware build (MPX/SDX) or virtual build (VPX/SDX).
 
In this live demo, we will showcase:
How to perform a cluster upgrade: Procedure and Best practices Handling of spotted entities in Cluster during node removal and join Retain connection feature: Bird eye view and best practices Details information can be found in the following eDoc link:
Clustering Overview: https://docs.netscaler.com/en-us/citrix-adc/current-release/clustering/cluster-overview.html For more latest NetScaler technical information, please feel free to register and visit our NetScaler Community: https://community.netscaler.com.
 

 

Chris Chau
You can create jobs to make configuration changes across instances. You can replicate configurations on multiple instances on your network and record and play configuration tasks using the NetScaler ADM GUI and convert it into CLI commands.
 
In this short video you can see steps on how to create templates to run config jobs on ADM, please find the edoc link below: https://docs.netscaler.com/en-us/citrix-application-delivery-management-service/networks/configuration-jobs/use-master-configuration-template
 
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Chris Chau
The NetScaler front end optimization (FEO) feature addresses such issues and reduces the load time and render time of webpages by:
Reducing the number of requests Required for rendering each page Reducing the number of bytes in page responses Simplifying and optimizing the content served to the client browser You can customize your FEO configuration to provide the best results for your users. 
In this short video, you can follow how to configure front end optimization.
 
Details information can be found in the following eDoc link: https://docs.netscaler.com/en-us/citrix-adc/current-release/optimization/front-end-optimization.html
 
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Brian Huhn 2
Why do Citrix and NetScaler work so well together? 
In this episode, your hosts Brian Huhn and Jason Poole are joined by Product Manager, Steven Wright, who is widely recognized as an expert in managing NetScaler in Citrix environments. Together these three will discuss the NetScaler’s powerful application performance, security, observability in Citrix environments.
How to integrate NetScaler with Citrix environments: https://docs.netscaler.com/en-us/citrix-gateway/current-release/integrate-citrix-gateway-with-citrix-products
To engage in the NetScaler Community, please visit - https://community.netscaler.com/s/

Chris Chau
The rate limiting feature enables you to define the maximum load for a given network entity or virtual entity on the NetScaler appliance. The feature enables you to configure the appliance to monitor the rate of traffic associated with the entity and take preventive action, in real time, based on the traffic rate. This feature is particularly useful when the network is under attack from a hostile client that is sending the appliance a flood of requests. You can mitigate the risks that affect the availability of resources to clients, and you can improve the reliability of the network and the resources that the appliance manages.
 
In this short video, you can follow how to configure IP Rate limiting.
 
Details information can be found in the following eDoc link: https://docs.netscaler.com/en-us/citrix-adc/current-release/appexpert/rate-limiting
 
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Chris Chau
While user is accessing enterprise or internal network using NetScaler Gateway, there can be two possibilities/cases for device originating traffic.
Case 1: Send complete traffic originating from user device through the VPN tunnel to the NetScaler Gateway, so that organization can provide high security to their internal network. Case 2: Send only the Intranet application traffic through the VPN tunnel to NetScaler Gateway, so that it is segregated from personal Internet traffic. The split tunneling is used to prevent the NetScaler Gateway Plug-in from sending unnecessary network traffic to NetScaler Gateway. In this short video, you can follow how to configure split tunneling. 
Details information can be found in the following eDoc link: https://docs.netscaler.com/en-us/citrix-gateway/current-release/vpn-user-config/configure-full-vpn-setup#configure-split-tunneling
 
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