Doug Barney was the founding editor of Redmond Magazine, Redmond Channel Partner, Redmond Developer News and Virtualization Review. Doug has also served as Executive Editor of Network World, Editor in Chief of AmigaWorld and Editor in Chief of Network Computing.
In the world of IT delivery, where the demands of high availability and scalability are constantly increasing, IT decision-makers and senior system administrators face the challenge of providing consistent, efficient and reliable service delivery for increasingly geographically spread businesses. One solution to these challenges is Global Server Load Balancing.
Microsoft provides Azure load-balancing options and an application gateway service within the Azure platform. We outline these options later and discuss why Progress Kemp LoadMaster for Azure could be a good option if your organization is looking to get the maximum from Azure application investments.
There are many advantages to Kemp LoadMaster that make it a better choice than load-balancing solutions from F5. Gain expert insights, understand the top reasons to migrate from F5 to Progress Kemp LoadMaster.
There have been a lot of changes for Citrix NetScaler customers to understand and absorb during 2023. In this blog, we highlight five reasons to replace NetScaler with Progress Kemp LoadMaster.
LoadMaster 360 is an all-in-one application delivery platform. It provides application owners with a simple and comprehensive user interface to deploy, operate, manage and resolve issues related to their applications and application delivery infrastructures.
Citrix NetScaler has recently announced some licensing changes. Learn how this may affect customer and why LoadMaster is a better choice for your organization.
Learn how Progress Kemp LoadMaster can help secure your cloud and API environments.
Many are confused about the differences between a reverse proxy and a load balancer.
Healthcare companies and their eHealth applications are very demanding of IT’s resources, priorities and solutions. Three case studies will walk you through what healthcare companies require from application availability and load balancing.
An Application Delivery Controller (ADC) is a networking device that improves the performance, security, and availability of applications. This article explains what an ADC is, how it works, and why you should use one.
Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) is a new approach to network security that promotes a positive customer experience. In this article, we'll explore what ZTNA is and how it can benefit your business by maintaining high levels of security while still allowing customers access.