LTM

Let me first set the context by briefing about our application and its production setup. It is an internal web application used by the support team across multiple countries. The application requires session persistence without which the current work of our users will get interrupted. While persistence can be a divisive topic, any discussion for it or against it is moot in this context since we do not have a choice. I personally prefer to design nonpersistent applications, but let us not discuss about it further. We have a pool of WebLogic servers load balanced behind F5 LTM virtual server. We use LTM’s Cookie Insert method for achieving session persistence. Continue reading Our journey to F5 LTM OneConnect Profile

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