Many people who work in technology, and even many who don’t, have sophisticated hardware setups at home. They frequently have devices such as network-attached storage (NAS) from Synology and others, media servers like those from Plex, and often some industry-standard server hardware on which to run virtual machines (VMs). Many techies use VMs on home networks like this to learn enterprise-level IT technologies to get skills that translate to their day jobs. Others do it just for fun!
Delivering applications to people when they need them is the foundation of the modern digital workplace. Whether they are web, mobile, or legacy business applications, they must be available to use when required.
Kemp invites you to download the Kemp Ansible module to try out in your organization to deliver an always-on application experience. Why? Because nearly every IT team within a firm is doing some level of automation and configuration management, with the latter being further adopted when DevOps plays a part. Ansible is one of the top-rated configuration management tools due to its simplicity and agentless architecture, becoming a must have tool for DevOps.
Kemp LoadMaster and the Kemp 360 products are industry-leading load balancers and application monitoring solutions that help organisations and departments deliver the best application experience. The deployment models and licensing for both scale to fit any organisations needs via metered licensing or traditional per-server licensing models. Many people don’t know that Kemp provides fully functional,freely licensed editions of LoadMaster load balancer and theKemp360 products.
Kemp is committed to offering the best load balancing to customers in the most flexible and convenient way.
All web-based applications get benefits from having a Kemp LoadMaster load balancer managing access to the application servers.
The original idea for load balancing was very simple. Physical hardware deployed on-site functioned as the central point of all load balancing applications and security services.
IT infrastructure expands gradually as the needs of a business become grow, and eventually includes hardware and software from many different vendors.
Understanding the relative strengths of major cloud service providers is important to Kemp and our customers. While considering their strengths, we arrive at a more direct question; can we conclusively say which is best?
Kemp Technologies’ application delivery fabric is supported by Kemp 360 which has two parts. Kemp 360 Central is for management and control of application delivery assets.
Eliminating single points of failure for DirectAccess deployments is crucial to ensuring the highest levels of availability and for providing the best experience for remote users.
Microsoft continues to provide free resources to allow IT professionals to learn about their new technologies at no cost.