We’re excited to announce that Indeni is sponsoring this year’s F5 Agility conference. From August 13th to the 16th we’ll be trading in our Philz Mint Mojito coffee for some Dunks iced coffee, and enjoy 24 hours of hands-on labs, over 100 breakout topics, and an impressive series of keynote speakers in the historical city of Boston.
If you’re planning on attending, be sure to stop by our booth to test your luck on a slot machine game to win a virtual reality headset. Whether you get three in a row or not, we invite everyone to complete our onsite survey in exchange for a Visa gift card. We will also have our engineers walking through the Indeni platform, showcasing how F5 best practices are crowdsourced and then incorporated into Indeni’s out-the-box knowledge library.
Indeni enables users to automate repetitive tasks to ensure your F5 LTM load balancers are working as intended. Through Indeni’s proactive network visibility, users can consistently evaluate their critical resources and avoid dreaded downtime. For a full list of the features Indeni provides for F5 users, be sure to check out our F5 solutions page.
Don’t take our word for it, use your five (5) free Indeni licenses we have set aside for all F5 end users. Keep these licenses forever by engaging in Indeni Crowd, the origin of Indeni’s crowdsourced best practices. Not ready to download Indeni? No problem, we put together an F5 Runbook: Root Cause of Sudden Drop In Traffic to guide users through a challenging troubleshooting process. You can count on an Indeni runbook to contain information on how to identify the root cause, a series of commands to run manually, in addition to a list of Indeni automation scripts that will do the job for you in the future.
If you’re looking for more information about F5, Indeni, and how the two work together for gold-star load balancing, we have an extensive amount of blogs you can read through.
We’re excited to see you in the heart of Boston and enjoy the beautiful August weather before New England’s dreaded early winter starts to roll in. We’ll take some fog over piles of snow any day.