F5 Networks wants to help your network take a load off. The company's products include application delivery controllers (ADC) and software that are used for network load balancing, availability assurance, and security assessment. The company also provides file virtualization, WAN optimization, and remote access products. It additionally offers such services as network monitoring, performance analysis, and training. F...
The IT infrastructure is key to the success of virtually any major business initiative, from quickly integrating a strategic acquisition to bringing products to market cost-effectively.
Yet traditional IT architectures are static and inflexible. Any sudden change in business requirements forces IT staff to respond with manual, one-off technology fixes that consume time and resources.
F5 provides strategic points of control throughout the IT infrastructure, enabling organizations to scale, adapt, and align with changing business demands and drive business forward on a solid foundation of IT agility.Why is F5 different?
F5 is the only vendor that provides an open architectural framework, offering IT organizations new ways to deliver services that generate true business value. This unique framework includes:
And only F5 has DevCentral, a business-driven social networking site where a community of more than 115,000 users share innovations in creating scalable, dynamic networks.
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No Offer – Interviewed in Seattle, WA (US) Sep 2013 – Reviewed 2 days ago New
Interview Details One phone session followed by 5 sessions of 1-1 interviews. HR was all praises on how good F5 is but I found it quite otherwise. We discussed salaries and F5 pays well. Technology is good, but they have some old timers who are trying to protect their turf. The office location is decent, but the… – Full Interview
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