F5 Professional Certification validates your expertise in manipulating the entire application stack – from traditional network knowledge all the way to advanced application-layer understanding, with the ability to integrate those two worlds.
F5 201 is considered the second and final exam required to be completed successfully by candidates who wish to obtain the status of F5 Certified Administrator, BIG IP. Clearing this exam shows independence in performing routine operations and basic troubleshooting of TMOS-based devices in multiple application environments after it would have been installed, configured, and implemented. Individuals might choose to complete their certification journey here or move on to pursuing the Technical Professional, Cloud, Technical Specialist, or Security Solutions certification tracks.
Successful completion of the BIG-IP Administrator exam acknowledges the skills and understanding necessary for day-to-day management of Application Delivery Networks.
Candidates must have a basic understanding of network fundamentals, protocols, and common traffic management concepts.
Candidates must also understand the basic concepts of F5 technology as applied to network fundamentals, protocols, and traffic management.
Candidates should have the following knowledge/capabilities:
Articulate the advantages of a full application proxy.
Explain the seven layers of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model.
Describe valid uses/methods of HTTP.
Identify and define the components of TMOS (F5 Traffic Management Operating System).
Thank you for taking this practice test to prepare the F5 201 BIG-IP Administrator Practice Test and good luck with your certification goals.