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Top 10 iRules That You Can Migrate to a Modern Policy Platform

With the advent of automation, iRules have become an artifact of the past. Especially when the most commonly deployed F5 iRules such as HTTP redirects, content switching, or logging, require custom scripting. It can be a huge pain for an IT team to train staff on convoluted syntax and manual conversions. Avi eliminates most iRules (#iRulesNoMore) – basic or advanced – with native point-and-click functionalities.

Watch this webinar to learn:
- How over 75% of F5 iRules can be accommodated by native point-and-click features
- Top 10 iRules that can be migrated to native policies on the Advanced Load Balancer by Avi Networks
- How advanced and custom use cases are easily configured with Avi’s DataScript
Recorded Feb 4 2020 36 mins
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