Présentation de l'éditeur
The book approaches iRules from the same standpoint as a network engineer and that's typically the role someone writing iRules has. This book is for those in the networking field with little or no programming knowledge; if you're a programmer you probably want to be reading a book about networking. This is not an expert level book or a tutorial; it's an introductory beginners reference. By the time you've read the entire book you won't be a programmer (or an IT rock star) but you'll certainly understand a lot more about programming and you'll be able to write and understand iRules and fulfill most requirements demanded of you.
This second edition more than doubles the amount of content and adds more detail, further examples, command and event references, glob and regular expression guides and more.