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Organizations can leverage the advanced Visual Policy Editor in BIG-IP APM to create, deploy, and manage device policies, as well as the F5 iRules(R) scripting language to interact in real time with MDM solutions to verify mobile device registrations.
The appliance features Visual Policy Editor, providing ease of use and manageability; as well as integrated endpoint security capabilities; built-in support for all SSL VPN access modes; and clientless support for applications such as OWA, iNotes, Terminal Services, and Windows Files.
According to the company, FirePass 6.0 provides new features, including new EasyConnect options, delivering a broad range of interface options; enhancements to Visual Policy Editor, reducing policy setup and management complexity for the SSL VPN administrator; a capability to control access to various resources based on Policy Templates using 'session variables'; as well as support for checking over 100 different versions of desktop antivirus and firewall products.
The product also offers the industry's only open Application Programming Interface (API), Visual Policy Editor and Software Developer's Kit (SDK), plus a host of unique features and capabilities not found in competitive products.
Also included is a visual policy editor that allows security managers to visualize and manage security policies using a detailed graphical map.