The 101-Application Delivery Fundamentals exam is the first exam required to achieve F5 Certified BIG-IP Administrator status. All candidates must take this exam to move forward in the program.
Successful completion of the 101-Application Delivery Fundamentals exam acknowledges the skills and understanding necessary for day-to-day management of Application Delivery Networks (ADNs). This exam identifies candidates that possess the knowledge that is necessary to work with F5 products and technologies.
Summary Description of the MQC:
The minimally qualified candidate (MQC) has a basic understanding of network fundamentals, protocols, and common traffic management concepts. The MQC also understands the basic concepts of F5 technology as applied to network fundamentals, protocols, and traffic management (e.g. TMOS).
The MQC Can Do the Following Without Assistance:
Articulate the advantages of a full application proxy.
Explain the seven layers of the OSI model.
Describe valid uses/methods of HTTP.
Identify and define the components of TMOS.