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1Y0-240 Citrix NetScaler Essentials and Traffic Management

Exam ID : 1Y0-240
Exam Title : C Citrix ADC 12 Essentials and Traffic Management
Number of Questions : 68
Duration of exam : 105 minutes
Passing Scores : 66%

Candidates should have knowledge of the following prior to taking this exam:
o Basic Networking
o Windows and Linux Server administration
o TCP/IP, HTTP protocols and the OSI model
o Server load balancing and content switching concepts
o Web server software
o DNS, SSL and compression concepts
o Network security threats and site protection concepts

We recommend that candidates have about six months of experience with the following courses in a Citrix ADC 12 solution:
o Getting Started with Citrix ADC
o Basic Networking
o Citrix ADC Platforms
o High Availability
o Load Balancing
o SSL Offload
o Securing the Citrix ADC
o Troubleshooting Citrix ADC
o Classic and Default Policies
o Rewrite, Responder, and URL Transform
o Content Switching
o Traffic Optimization
o Global Server Load Balancing

Section 1: Getting Started 6%
Section 2: Basic Networking 7%
Section 3: Citrix ADC Platforms 4%
Section 4: High Availability 7%
Section 5: Load Balancing 9%
Section 6: SSL Offload 9%
Section 7: Securing the Citric ADC 7%
Section 8: Troubleshooting 9%
Section 9: Classic and Default Policies 13%
Section 10: Rewrite, Responder, and URL Transform 9%
Section 11: Content Switching 9%
Section 12: Optimization 2%
Section 13: Global Server Load Balancing 9%
TOTAL 100%

Candidates should refer to the objectives and examples listed in this guide in order to determine which courses will be on the exam, as well as examples of the courses that could be tested.
For example, if the objective reads “Configure monitors” and one of the examples reads, “determine when to use which type of monitor,” exam-takers could expect to see:
• A question that requires determining which type of monitor to configure…
o Which type of monitor should a Citrix Administrator configure…
• …based on given requirement(s)
o …to validate that a specific text string is returned in a web server response?

Note: The examples listed in the “Sections, Objectives, Examples and References” section of this guide do NOT encompass all potential courses that could be tested. The examples are only provided as guidance. The objectives and examples for this exam were developed by exam Project Managers and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) based on identified tasks that related to installing, configuring and/or operating NetScaler 12 in enterprise environments. The number of questions written for each objective relates directly to the importance of that objective and is proportional to how frequently that task is performed.

Understand the Citrix ADC architecture and functionality.
Identify Citrix ADC hardware and its components.
Determine the deployment and licensing options for a given environment.
Determine how to setup and configure Citrix ADC.
"Determine which networking topology to use with Citrix ADC based on
given requirements."
"Determine which interfaces IP address types and VLANS to use during
configuration of a given environment."
"Identify which Citrix ADC routing and traffic-handling mode should be
used for a given environment"
"Determine how to configure Access Control Lists based on given
"Determine which hardware to use (Citrix ADC MPX, VPX, CPX or SDX)
when given a use case."
Identify the pieces of the multi-tenant structure for Citrix ADC SDX.
Understand how the high availability (HA) process works on Citrix ADC.
"Determine the appropriate Citrix ADC high availability configuration
options, including advanced settings, given a description of an
"Determine which method should be used to manage a Citrix ADC high
availability configuration given a scenario."
Determine how to resolve common high availability issues.
Identify the Citrix ADC load-balancing role of entities.
Determine when to use the different load-balancing and monitoring options available on the Citrix ADC.
Determine how to customize monitoring and service options based on a scenario.
Determine how to utilize authentication, authorization, and auditing.
Determine how to configure authentication and authorization on Citrix ADC.
Determine the components and steps required to secure a Citrix ADC configuration.
Determine how to utilize admin partitions in a given scenario.
Determine how to use the Citrix Application Delivery Management to troubleshoot a given issue.
Determine which Citrix ADC troubleshooting tool to use to identify a given issue in an environment.
Determine how to configure actions in policy expression evaluation.
Determine which key attributes need to be included in policy binding based on given information.
Determine how to create default policies with AppExpert.
Determine how to use HTTP callouts and rate limiting in a given environment.
Determine how to use Content Switching policies in a given environment.
Determine how to integrate Content Switching with AAA and Citrix Gateway.
Determine where to deploy the Citrix Secure Web Gateway in a given environment.
"Determine how to correctly implement and configure Citrix Secure Web Gateway in a given
Determine how rule precedence affects policies.
Determine how to deploy Domain Name System (DNS) to support GSLB in a given environment.
Determine how to Implement GSLB in a Citrix ADC environment.
Determine how to utilize Content Switching to implement GSLB.
Determine how to use GSLB metric exchange protocol.
Determine how to customize a GSLB configuration based on the needs of an environment.

Citrix NetScaler Essentials and Traffic Management
Citrix Essentials mission
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 Parag Arora, Area Vice President and Country Head, India Subcontinent - Citrix
Parag Arora, Area Vice President and Country Head, India Subcontinent - Citrix
Bangalore: Citrix which started its journey as a pure virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) player in the industry has come a long way. It has expanded and gone beyond the VDI offering with new portfolio of solutions including application virtualizations, enterprise mobility management, networking and file sync and sharing.

With annual revenue in 2015 of $3.28 billion, Citrix solutions are in use at more than 400,000 organizations and by over 100 million users globally.

In this interview, Parag Arora, Citrix’s Area Vice President and Country Head, India Subcontinent talks to Pankaj Maru of and discusses about company’s enterprise business in India, its strategy, growth plan and key markets, technology aspects of solutions and the latest industry rumor around sale of Citrix and much more.

Edited excerpts...

Q1. Can you brief about Citrix’s enterprise business in India particularly on the enterprise business and what sort of strategy are you driving for the Indian market?

We have a global view and share the same for the India market. There are 3-4 four key trends we are seeing cutting across enterprise market include – cloud, mobility, Internet of Thing (IoT) and analytics.

Cloud is really moving really very fast in the market. In last 18-24 months or so, we are seen the amount of customers’ interest in cloud is very high. I think in India, we believe that almost every big enterprise has something to do with cloud now. It’s a big eye opener for us.

Mobility is not just about devices but it’s also about how people work across locations and how they are connected with organizations. Mobility is much broader concept and it is clearly on the agenda of CXOs now. And that’s again is a key market theme that we have seen.

Internet of Things (IoT) is a growing bigger with the amount of things that are added on the internet every quarter is humongous. So we really believe this is the space (IoT) will have a big impact on the industry in the time to come. And the fourth trend is Analytics.

These are the four key trends that we are seeing today and from Citrix perspective we are trying to address these market trends. Our mission is really to connect the people, things and companies in a very secure way. And eventually we want to develop platform or solution to really help customers securely deliver their data and applications on any device anywhere on any cloud.

We sincerely believe that what matters to enterprises and business is the data and applications, irrespective of whether its cloud or on-premise. So our real focus on the enterprise technology is data and applications. Our larger mission is helping enterprises and organizations deal with data and applications in heterogeneous environments and streamline their applications and reduce the complexities.

Q2. Which are the key verticals for Citrix’s enterprise business?

We have 4 or 5 key verticals that include government, banking, IT services, telecom and mid-market.

Government is very important to us now with the major initiatives like Digital India and others, there’s a shift in the focus to deliver services to customers. With our solutions around mobility and virtualization we really believe that we have a big role to play in the government sector and enablement of those services to citizens. So government is certainly one of the important markets that we are focusing on and I would say government is a net new market for us.

Banking is the second market where we have been clearly dominant and very strong for past many years. We help banks in many ways and security is one of them. Since Citrix is secure by design (SbD), when banks deploy our solutions than security becomes kind of underline feature in them and we have other solutions around internet and mobile banking. Banks have been a big market to us and we believe that in next few years after the private banks embrace technology solutions, all the government banks will be our next big focus. We would able to leverage our learnings from private banks in terms of solutions deployment and use it in PSU banks and insurance companies.

The third market is IT Services, where we have two different roles to play – one is shift around the automation and other is productivity in organizations, where they are trying to make their every employee more productive and implementing automation solution that is not just linked with the people. So we are working with CIOs of firms and helping their employees to be more productive by facilitating them to be mobile, work remotely and collaborate as teams.

And the second big area around of IT Services is that most of Citrix solutions whether it be virtualization, mobility or file sharing – all are cloud ready. Most of the top IT companies want Citrix to build a cloud based platform that would enable them to deliver services to customers around the world. So we are engaging with top 5 or 6 IT companies in India to create a cloud based Citrix platform, which would be a net new market for them. So from IT Services perspective we have two approaches – CIO and Go-To-Market (GTM).

Telecom is fourth vertical, which is very interesting again because we have a big role to play in networking space. And we have our networking portfolio Netscaler, which has range of solutions including ADC (Application Delivery Controller) for the telcos. And now we have another telco in India which is investing extensively in networking and is big customer to us. Networking is clearly very important aspect for telcos. Secondly, they want to make sure that their applications or apps stores run in more cost efficiently. So they are leveraging the old approach of application or app virtualization and VDI (Virtual desktop infrastructure).

And lastly, the mid-market is our big market for us and that’s where we are working with our partner networks. In India we have about 5000 customers but we really believe it can be atleast 10 times more given the number of companies here. So that’s where lot of our investment this year has been happening in the partner engagements and enablement programs with a full time dedicated team in place trying to tap mid-market customers across verticals. Interestingly about 80-85% of top 100 (BSE & NSE) companies in India are Citrix customers.

We really believe that mid-market segment will have a huge relevance for us so, we are trying to put a strategy that will bring right coverage in that market for us.

Q3. From enterprise and CIO perspective what’s Citrix proposition to boost its solutions adoptability among enterprises?

I think the big message is democracy of users as most customers today are allowing their employees or users to bring their own devices and that’s a harsh reality. Because CIOs are known to live in a world where they define all the parameters of usage but that world has now completely shifted where you have no choice but let the people bring devices of their choice.

The second reality is security. Today, the shift is that CIOs are looking at security more proactively and discussion is building architecture that is secure by design (SbD). And SbD is now a big conversation because the day new solution is designed it has to be made sure that it takes care of all secure aspects upfront and enhancing the overall security. At a broad level these are the two areas, but our portfolio is all around building platform for our customers.

For example, our offering XenDesktop, XenMobile, XenApps, NetScaler and now SD-WAN, which is our latest cost effective solution means over MPLS from customers’ point, which allows aggregation of different bandwidth, applications and networks. And that’s really interesting aspect that we are trying to address today.

I think the world of VDI solution has gone and today it’s just one application in the app store. The whole concept of has moved from VDI to unified app store and VDI is just one application there. And it goes back to the concept of letting the users with their choice but at the same time make sure it’s secure by design.

Q4. What are company’s growth plans for this year in India?

From e-commerce perspective, I think our real play is networking. With our Netscaler platform we are working with hosted providers in India because lot of e-commerce is still hosted on the cloud and right most of our play is around ADC, web-application firewall, performance and security services. And most of the global e-commerce players are Citrix customers.

Q5. What are your comments on the media reports stating that Citrix is seeking for buyers?

Basically we don’t comment on such rumor as a corporate policy and they have been there for long time. I think these are rumors and we definitely not comment on it. I have been here for five years now and have been hearing these rumors off and on.

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