28
Nov

Is your Environment Performing as Expected? - Part 1 - Load Balancer Buyers Guide

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18
Nov

The Load Balancer Buyers Guide Introduction

Do you manage or deploy applications consisting of multiple server instances? If so, then this guide is for you.

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11
Nov

Load Balancing with KEMP Technologies

Server application load balancing is a technology that has relevance to any organization that requires highly available and reliable service for their applications. Load balancing Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs) ensure that user requests are directed to the physical or virtual application server best suited to respond based on session state and resource availability.

25
Oct

ADC and Blade Consolidation – ADCs and Blade Servers United

11
Oct

Layer 4 & Layer 7 Networking: What can cause service outage where the application stops responding?

It is important to take into account two loss of service scenarios, in order to do this analysis it is important to spend a moment talking about the OSI seven layer model, basically each layer defines a function of an element in the network, starting from the most basic and finishing with the top level or most complex elements.

Layers and what they mean

10
Oct

Three Reasons Why Server Load Balancing is Suitable for Small Businesses

6
Sep

5 arguments for one load balancer or two

Why do I need two load balancers? High availability

8
Aug

Top 3 Reasons to Use a Hardware Load Balancer for Exchange 2013

Exchange 2013 has brought some fundamental changes to the way clients connect to the Client Access services.  The most important and noticeable change is the removal of the RPC client access service.  Client connectivity is now handled entirely through RPC over HTTPS a feature most should be familiar with from Exchange 2010 known as Outlook Anywhere.

11
Jul

Important things to note prior to Bonding interfaces for use with VLAN’s on KEMP LoadMasters

2
Jul

Improvements in Lync 2013 compared to Lync 2010

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