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The BIG-IP Virtual Edition is F5’s application delivery services platform for Exoscale. From traffic management and service offloading to application access, acceleration and security, the BIG-IP Virtual Edition consistently ensures your applications are fast, available and secure.
F5 BIG-IP VE modules are available as standalone licenses as well as through F5 Good, Better, Best (GBB) license bundles which include:
The Best package includes the full functionality of the Better package, as well as BIG-IP APM for secure, anytime, anywhere application access, and BIG-IP ASM, the industry’s most effective and robust web application firewall (WAF) for protection against a large breadth of application layer security threats including L7 DDoS, bot attacks and all OWASP top 10 attack types.
F5 Networks, headquartered in Seattle, Washington, is a global company that specializes in application services and application delivery networking (ADN). F5 technologies focus on the delivery, security, performance, and availability of web applications, as well as the availability of servers, cloud resources, data storage devices, and other networking components.
A1 Digital advises companies in matters of digital transformation and guides them through the digitisation of their business areas. The focus is on industry-specific applications in the Internet of Things (IoT) as well as cloud-based products and solutions for the modern workplace.
With scalable services, A1 Digital is also an ideal partner for digital projects in medium-sized companies. As part of the Telekom Austria Group and therefore also América Móvil, the company can rely on the mature infrastructure of one of the world’s largest mobile network operators.
Find out more at www.a1.digital
F5 BIG-IP is available in the following versions:
The total end customer pricing is the sum of the pure IaaS price according to the Exoscale price information and the license cost for the F5 image. For the BYOL model the customer has to manage the license and the related costs.
Please note, that in this license case Exoscale cannot guarantee the vendor support for the virtual Application Delivery image. It is the responsibility of the customer to purchase a license and a software subscription.
For using F5 Application Delivery instances it is important to know that the licenses are based on the desired module/module bundle and the overall instance throughput.
Please see the bandwidth billing at Exoscale.
The customer needs to identify the necessary instance and take over the responsibility of sizing.
Due to technical restrictions on a platform level, the use of single NIC deployments as a deployment method is recommended and the only method which is supported from Exoscale support.
Using this deployment method, the instance is deployed with just a single network interface.
The operating system recognizes this setup and uses DHCP to configure the necessary settings on that interface. Administrators can access the management UI using the following address:
The multi NIC deployment method is technically possible but requires further architectural and design changes.
For the initial configuration, the credentials for the root and admin users must be set at first login (see K10612010) at the CLI via the Exoscale console.
It is in the responsibility of the customer to protect administrative access (interface ports 22 and 8443) using security groups, so that only intended people can access it.
Administrators are allowed to upgrade instances by installing new base images or hotfixes at their own responsibility.
With the BYOL model the customer is fully responsible for service and support.
By using this product, you agree to terms and conditions according to the F5 end user license agreement (EULA).