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articleus December 10, 2008 by Casey Paul Scott
I use a lot of internal resources to solve problems at F5 -- I'm sure there's an support engineer or two that might even suggest I abuse my rights as a customer with access to their internal email. However, I'm not a programmer. I've never really claimed to be. Simple bash or perl scripts to automate a task or two? Sure. IPTables commands off the top of my head? Maybe. BigPipe commands are almost second nature now; but Irules syntax is coming slowly to me. So I was awfully proud of myself this w...
Old habits die hard My car pool was parked in the "Mercer Mess" the other day, looking to get thru traffic. We found a better way last week, but the driver's autopilot kicked in and got us right back in the same old mess. BP was complaining that 8 years of training to use Mercer had kicked in, and overridden his new route. Network gear is the same way. Example: there are a *bunch* of new features to enable in the 6.0 branch of firepass, but haven't had time, and the old way works ok. The lat...
articlehardwareus July 28, 2008 by Casey Paul Scott
I'm an IT engineer inside F5 responsible for managing F5 hardware on the network. I've got some cool toys to play with, and some great networks to beat on. In addition, we're still at a size where I can (mostly) manage most of the projects from end to end, so I get to do a lot of real-world integration of products as our development group dreams it up. Today I spent most of the morning focusing on helping move the Devcentral website from one datacenter to another. Colin will be posting a dctv ...