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F5 Networks Offers Educational Webcast 'Solving Availability, Scalability and Security Issues for IP-based Applications with Application Traffic Management'

Webcast discusses how to make today's Web services, enterprise and mobile applications easier to implement, simpler to maintain, and more secure
F5 Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: FFIV), today announced the latest in a series of Webcasts for IT professionals interested in learning how they can leverage Application Traffic Management to make Web services, enterprise and mobile applications easier to implement, simpler to maintain, and more secure. In this free Webcast, experts from and The Meta Group, including Peter Firstbrook, senior research analyst, will educate viewers on the fundamentals of this unique solution. A F5 customer will explain how Application Traffic Management benefits their business by quickly and easily scaling their network architecture to address customer demand, saving their developers a significant amount of time.

To view this program, register at http://www.itworld.com/itwebcast/f5_atm/

Webcast agenda topics:

  • Overview and benefits of Application Traffic Management
  • Delivering highly available and scalable applications over the Internet
  • Scaling application and database servers with commodity hardware
  • Impact on the enterprise, Web services and mobile computing applications
  • Solving reliability and scalability challenges: A customer spotlight

This educational Webcast is a view-on-demand event, allowing you to watch it at your convenience.

DATE: Tuesday, January 14, 2003

LOCATION: http://www.itworld.com/itwebcast/f5_atm/

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Alane Moran
F5 Networks, Inc.
206/272-6850
a.moran@f5.com

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