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IP EXPO EUROPE 2014

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IP_EXPO_Europe_logo_lineWhat is IP EXPO Europe?

Europe’s number one IT infrastructure and cloud event, the IP EXPO Europe, takes place in London’s Excel Centre on October 8th and 9th. The expo is a must attend event for CIOs, IT managers, technology experts and engineers. It has attracted keynote speakers such as renowned hacker Kevin Mitnick and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. This year, Sir Tim Berners-Lee will mark the 25th anniversary of his draft proposal of what was to become the World Wide Web with an address on his 2050 vision of the web and how business will use it for competitive advantage.

To check out more details on the expo follow this link:

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Why you should attend

The IP Expo offers you the chance to find, under one roof, all the information and contacts you and your organization need to plan IT projects for 2015.

This year’s expo features many opportunities to add value to your business, including:

  • Access to over 300 exhibitors
  • Free attendance at hundreds of seminars
    • KEMP Technologies’ Carl Holt and Jason Dover will speak on ‘Optimizing availability and performance for modern day application deployments’
  • Networking opportunities with more than 15,000 industry peers
  • Detailed and informed discussions on hot topics, including Big Data, Cyber Security, Cloud, and SDN
    • The first day of the Expo will feature a panel discussion called ‘The State of SDN’ organised by ONF and Opendaylight.

Why visit KEMP?

KEMP provides technology which is easily deployable anywhere, anytime, on any platform. Visit us at stand #DD16) for information on our full suite of LoadMaster load balancing and ADC products and solutions.

The LoadMaster suite features virtual, hardware, cloud and bare metal load balancing solutions. KEMP’s bare metal solutions, through our LoadMaster Operating System (LMOS), can be deployed with servers from Fujitsu, Dell, HP and Oracle. Our products support a wide array of applications from leading technology companies including Microsoft and VMware.

KEMP’s position as a Microsoft partner has been achieved by developing quality load balancing solutions for a wide range of the software giant’s products and services. Among the Microsoft products we support are Exchange 2010 and 2013 and Lync. The KEMP Edge Security Pack (ESP) offers a solution to customers who previously deployed Microsoft’s Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG).

The KEMP ESP offers the following key features:

  • End point authentication for pre-auth
  • Persistent logging and reporting for user logging
  • Single Sign-On (SSO) across Virtual Services
  • LDAP Authentication from the LoadMaster to the Active Directory
  • Basic authentication communication from a client to the LoadMaster

The most recent addition to our solutions is the release of our Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) application load balancer management pack for VMware’s vCenter Operations Management Suite. (vCOPS). The pack gives administrators full visibility into application performance metrics on all deployed VLMs in addition to the virtual machines for which they are providing application delivery services. These metrics contribute to the health monitoring of the infrastructure. They also add to an administrator’s ability to perform a root cause analysis of any application performance issues.

Software Defined Networking (SDN)

Our VLM ADC is capable of allowing customers to build application environments which benefit from SDN, as ADCs are important in creating flexible and efficient application network deployments. Our customers are increasingly demanding more solutions which combine SDN with L2 and L7 network functions to increase their systems’ effectiveness.

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Web Application Firewall (WAF)

In July 2014, we announced the integration of WAF with our load balancing operating system. We believe this will prevent Layer 7 attacks when deploying web applications. It also enables users maintain core load balancing services ensuring superior application delivery, high availability and scalability.

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