application delivery controller


What Can a Particular ADC Vendor Offer Me? - Part 4 - Load Balancer Buyers Guide

At KEMP Technologies we strive to provide you with all of the information that you need to make an informed buying decision and access to the best data about our products and how they can fit your unique needs.

An easy to navigate website

KEMP Technologies provides an easily navigable website full of useful resources that can help you to define the correct solution for your deployment:

·      Expert webinar series on a number of popular Enterprise applications


How Do Other Businesses Buy Load Balancing Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs)? - Part 3 - Load Balancer Buyers Guide

The decision of which ADC vendor to leverage for a Load Balancing solution is a common one faced by many organizations. Clearly defining the application infrastructure and business requirements is a great help in limiting your research criteria.

The check list

Having a check list is a great way to simplify the selection process. Many Enterprises compose lists including the following line items:


Four Questions to Help You Decide on a Load Balancing Solution - Part 2 - Load Balancer Buyers Guide

Deciding to implement a Load Balancing solution before unexpected events could well be the best course to take in order to reduce infrastructure-related costs while optimizing the resilience of the entire environment.


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.



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.


ADC and Blade Consolidation – ADCs and Blade Servers United


Three Reasons Why Server Load Balancing is Suitable for Small Businesses


Top Three KEMP LoadMaster options & things to be aware of when using them

The following is a list of top three KEMP LoadMaster options and things to be aware of when configuring these options on the LoadMaster appliance (virtual or hardware) in a network infrastructure. In particular, the options that will be discussed in detail are: Transparency, High Availability, and Bonding. The goal of this document is to educate an end user with the best approach for when configuring these options as to avoid any possible first time setup/deployment issues with the LoadMaster.



What Load-Balancing scheduling methods are available on the KEMP Loadmaster?

Another question often asked about KEMP Loadmaster is about what different methods can be used to distribute traffic? There are many different methods of traffic distribution among server clusters and many different reasons to use each depending on the use case.

The traffic distribution is based on a load balancing algorithm or scheduling method. The scheduling is applied on a per Virtual service basis. Here is a list of the methods:


Tiered Server Redundancy with KEMP Loadmaster

As a load balancer and application delivery controller the KEMP Loadmaster is versatile in how it can be deployed. Some of our customers aren't looking for a traditional load balancing solution but instead want tiered server redundancy.

What if I don't want to balance my servers? Can the LoadMaster provide tiered server redundancy?

You'll be delighted to hear that it can and that it's not realy a big deal to set up.