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F5’s next-generation, cloud-ready Application Delivery Controller (ADC) platform provides
DevOps-like agility with the scale, security depth, and investment protection needed for
both established and emerging apps. The new F5
iSeries appliances deliver
quick and easy programmability, ecosystem-friendly orchestration, and record breaking,
software-deﬁned hardware performance. As a result, customers can accelerate private
clouds and secure critical data at scale while lowering TCO and future prooﬁng their
Obtain the lowest TCO
Reduce TCO and the infrastructure footprint by
consolidating app and security services on to a
uniﬁed, high-performance platform.
Protect critical data
Deliver the SSL capacity required to protect
critical data—including ofﬂoad of elliptical
curve cryptography (ECC) processing to
hardware—enabling forward secrecy scaling.
Simplify operations and improve customer
conﬁdence with the fastest way to an SSL Labs
Deliver the most effective protection with
integrated, one-pass, full stack (L3–L7 security,
including an ICSA Certiﬁed ﬁrewall, high-
capacity DDoS mitigation, contextual access
management, and more.
Ensure the easiest deployment
for cloud or container environments
Save time with the only simple, out-of-the-box
native integration with leading private cloud,
cloud interconnect colocation, and container
Maximize investment protection
The iSeries’ software-deﬁned hardware includes
unique F5 TurboFlex
FPGA technology that
enables on-demand optimized performance
for speciﬁc use cases such as DDoS protection
or UDP trafﬁc processing. Eliminate forklift
upgrades and extend the lifecycle of app
delivery hardware with software-upgradeable
Ensure your critical infrastructure is built
on reliable, carrier-grade hardware with
hot-swappable components, redundant power
supplies and fans, and always-on management
integrated with a full baseboard management
controller (BMC) with IPMI support.
Gain Agility with the
Most Programmable Cloud-Ready ADC
2 Standardize Your App
2 Intelligent Performance
Where It Matters
2 The Advantages of F5 BIG-IP
4 Gain Agility and Control in
7 The BIG-IP iSeries: F5’s Next-
Generation ADC Solution
24 Simpliﬁed Licensing
24 F5 Global Services
24 More Information
Standardize Your App Delivery Services
BIG-IP ADC appliances can simplify your network and reduce total cost of ownership (TCO)
by ofﬂoading servers, providing a consistent set of comprehensive application services,
and consolidating devices, saving management, power, space, and cooling costs in
the data center.
The massive performance and scalability of the BIG-IP platform reduces the number of ADCs
needed to deliver even the most demanding applications. By ofﬂoading computationally
intense processes, you can signiﬁcantly reduce the number of application servers needed.
Intelligent Performance Where It Maers
Traditional performance measurements in terms of throughput don’t accurately represent
the complex needs of delivering modern web applications. Connection capacity and L7
transactions per second are critical. For instance, ADCs must be able to process high levels
of layer 4 and layer 7 connections and make application-layer decisions such as removing
sensitive information or transforming application-speciﬁc payloads. BIG-IP appliances have
the intelligence and performance to handle application layer decisions while securing your
data and infrastructure.
The Advantages of F5 BIG-IP Hardware
The BIG-IP iSeries platform perfectly blends software and hardware innovations that balance
the need for performance, scalability, and agility. The F5 TMOS
operating system provides
total visibility, ﬂexibility, and control across all application delivery services. With TMOS,
organizations can intelligently adapt to the diverse and evolving requirements of applications
and networks. Other unique or patented hardware and software innovations enable the
BIG-IP iSeries platform to offer unmatched capabilities:
optimization technology: Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs),
tightly integrated with CPUs, memory, TMOS, and software, provide speciﬁc packet-ﬂow
optimizations, L4 ofﬂoad, support for private cloud tunneling protocols, and denial-of-
service (DoS) protection. These hardware optimizations not only improve performance
but free CPU capacity for other app delivery and security tasks. Only BIG-IP iSeries
appliances feature TurboFlex performance proﬁles—user-selectable, pre-packaged
optimizations that provide different performance characteristics depending on
the business need:
L4 ofﬂoad enables unsurpassed throughput and reduced loads on software.
Unique per-virtual-IP/application SYN ﬂood protection ensures that if one application is
under attack, others are not affected. Only F5 ADCs implement hardware-based SYN
cookies in L4 and full proxy L7 mode.
More than 100 types of DoS attacks can be detected and mitigated in hardware,
hugely increasing the attack size that can be absorbed compared to
Network virtualization and overlay protocol processing (such as VXLAN and
NVGRE tunneling) increases trafﬁc processing capacity.
UDP trafﬁc processing increases throughput and reduces both latency and jitter,
improving VoIP or streaming media performance.
Best-in-market SSL performance accelerates SSL/TLS adoption by ofﬂoading costly
SSL processing and speed key exchange and bulk encryption. BIG-IP iSeries solutions
include hardware acceleration of ECC ciphers, enabling forward secrecy. In addition,
the ability to achieve an SSL Labs A+ rating with a few simple steps reduces SSL
conﬁguration complexity and errors.
BIG-IP platforms offer maximum hardware compression, enabling cost-effective
ofﬂoading of trafﬁc compression processing to improve page load times and
reduce bandwidth utilization.
Enterprise class SSD (solid state drive) technology on select BIG-IP platforms improves
performance and reliability, saves power, and reduces heat generation and noise.
Efﬁciency features include 80 Plus Platinum certiﬁed power supplies as well as front-panel
touchscreen LCD management, remote boot and multi-boot support, and USB support.
technology enables organizations to scale performance, virtualize, or horizontally
cluster multiple BIG-IP devices, creating an elastic Application Delivery Networking
infrastructure that can efﬁciently adapt as needs change.
On-demand scaling—Increase capacity and performance with on-demand scaling,
simply adding more power to your existing infrastructure instead of adding devices.
Some BIG-IP appliance models can be upgraded to the higher performance model
within each series through on-demand software licensing, which enables organizations
to support growth without new hardware.
Operational scaling—Virtualize ADC services with a multi-tenant architecture that
supports a variety of BIG-IP versions and product modules on a single device. F5 Virtual
(vCMP) technology enables select hardware platforms to run
multiple BIG-IP guest instances. Each guest instance acts like a physical BIG-IP device,
with a dedicated allocation of CPU, memory, and other resources. vCMP offers per-guest
rate limiting for bandwidth, enabling different performance levels for each guest.
Further divide each vCMP guest using multi-tenant features such as partitions and route
domains, which can isolate conﬁguration and networks on a per-virtual-domain basis.
Within each virtual domain, you can further isolate and secure conﬁguration and policies,
with a role-based access system for administrative control. When route domains/partitions
are combined with vCMP guests, F5 provides the highest density multi-tenant
virtualization solution, which can scale to thousands of virtual ADC (vADC) instances.
This ability to virtualize BIG-IP ADC services means service providers and enterprise users
can isolate based on BIG-IP version, enabling departmental or project-based tenancy as
well as performance guarantees, consolidated application delivery platform management,
and increased utilization.
Application scaling—Increase capacity by adding BIG-IP resources through an
all-active approach, and scale beyond the traditional device pair to eliminate idle and
costly standby resources. Application scaling achieves this through two forms of
horizontal scale. One is Application Service Clustering, which focuses on application
scalability and high availability. The other is Device Service Clustering, designed to efﬁciently
and seamlessly scale BIG-IP application delivery services and sync application policies.
Application Service Clustering delivers sub-second failover and comprehensive
connection mirroring for a highly available cluster of up to eight devices at the
application layer, providing highly available multi-tenant deployments. Workloads can
be moved across a cluster of devices or virtual instances without interrupting other
services and can be scaled to meet business demand.
Device Service Clustering can synchronize full device conﬁgurations in an all-active
deployment model, enabling consistent policy deployment and enforcement across
devices—up to 32 active nodes. This ensures a consistent device conﬁguration,
with syncing of hardened ﬁrewall and access policies to simplify operations and
reduce attack surfaces.
Gain Agility and Control in Private Clouds
Enterprises are migrating to private clouds to achieve agility and speed time to market for
applications while maintaining control. Regardless of the chosen cloud stack, typically only
basic networking and app services like load balancing are provided. Advanced application
delivery and security services are required to optimize and protect applications.
Highly scalable BIG-IP platforms, with programmatic interfaces and service delivery
templates, enable integration and automation with orchestration systems and deliver
right-sized services aligned to speciﬁc app needs.
F5 solutions integrate with the leading private cloud technology stacks, including OpenStack,
VMware, and Microsoft. For OpenStack, F5 provides native orchestration with Heat
templates to automate the end-to-end deployment of advanced app and security services,
reducing deployment times from days to minutes. Integration with VMware vRealize
Orchestrator through the Blue Medora vRO plug-in reduces conﬁguration time, enables
self-service of F5 application services by app owners, and automates complex, multi-step
workﬂows. F5 iWorkﬂow
enables integration of F5 devices with software-deﬁned networking
(SDN) orchestration systems providing a single point of contact between the orchestrator
and F5 devices.
For enterprises deploying a private cloud, a two-tier architecture provides an optimized
design that takes best advantage of both hardware and software app delivery services.
The ﬁrst tier provides services such as L4 trafﬁc management, distributed denial-of-service
(DDoS) ﬁrewall, or SSL ofﬂoading, which are centralized and shared for all north-south
trafﬁc entering the network, enforcing consistent app policies. These services, which deal
with high-volume trafﬁc and incur heavy CPU loads, require high performance, scalability,
and guaranteed service-level agreements (SLAs). Dedicated, purpose-built hardware such
as BIG-IP iSeries appliances meet those requirements and, depending on the environment
and app requirements, can be more cost efﬁcient than commodity servers.
Tier 2—the tenant or app tier—includes emerging, cloud-native applications that can be
hosted in containers or disaggregated into microservices. The apps require speciﬁc services
addressing intra-app trafﬁc (east-west trafﬁc). Those services, which can include basic
load balancing to web app ﬁrewall or web performance optimizations, can be delivered on
a per-application basis through highly scalable, ﬂexible software such as virtual editions of
BIG-IP products. This two-tier architecture model, standardized on F5 application services,
offers ﬂexibility, a strategic point of control where proven app policies can be enforced,
and complete visibility of all trafﬁc, taking advantage of hardware where it’s needed and
software agility near the app.
Figure 1: Orchestrated and automated deployment of app services in a two-tier private cloud
Enabling automation and orchestration is key to achieving the beneﬁts of cloud and
software-deﬁned architectures and to scaling application services on demand.
F5 platforms offers many ways to program the application services fabric and network,
enabling organizations to automate deployment, react in real time to events, and easily
integrate into orchestration systems. F5 iRules
scripting has long provided granular
trafﬁc control and visibility, enabling customization, rapid response to code errors and
security vulnerabilities, and support for new protocols. New F5 iRules LX
lowers costs and
to, and easier integration with, over 250,000 community Node.js packages. In addition,
with F5 iApps
templates, organizations can automate deployment and conﬁguration of
application services in minutes. F5 iControl
REST APIs and SDKs provide integration with
leading open source and commercial orchestration systems, VMware, OpenStack clouds,
and conﬁguration management systems such as Puppet, Chef, and Ansible.
BIG-IQ Centralized Management
Centralized Management is F5’s management and orchestration platform.
It provides a central point of control for F5 physical and virtual devices and the app delivery
and security services that run on them. BIG-IQ Centralized Management is available both
as a virtual edition and an F5 appliance. It simpliﬁes management, helps ensure compliance,
and gives you the visibility and reporting you need to troubleshoot and respond to issues and
Orchestration and Management
Self Service Catalog
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