An iApp is an application template located on F5 devices running TMOS 11.5.0 and later. When you discover an F5 device, all iAppstemplates installed on that device are imported to the BIG-IQ system.
As a cloud administrator, you can modify imported application templates to offer specific configurations and cloud resource access for tenants. You do this by creating a catalog entry, specifying tenant-specific details such as as persistence prole settings, virtual server port numbers, pool server port numbers, or connection limits. Once saved, these catalog entries are available to tenants for self-deployment from the application panel. This saves tenants time, because it does not require that they perform complex network tasks, and it also makes it possible for you to easily duplicate a configuration for several users simultaneously. You also have the option to allow tenants to further customize the applications as required, and deploy them as needed.
For f5.http, f5.microsoft_sharepoint_2010, or f5.microsoft_iss catalog templates (only), you can specify a load balancing method other than the default, least connection member, by typing a value for the Which load balancing method do you want to use? setting.
|Load Balancing Method||Value|
|Dynamic ratio member||dynamic-ratio-member|
|Dynamic ratio node||dynamic-ratio-node|
|Fastest application response||fastest-app-response|
|Least connections node||least-connections-node|
|Ratio least connections member||ratio-least-connections-member|
|Ratio least connections node||ratio-least-connections-node|
|Weighted least connections member||weighted-least-connections-member|