KEMP Partner Spotlight on Azure Networking Fridays


Kurt Jung, Bhargav Shukla, Jon Braunhut and I were excited to unveil KEMP’s new 360 Cloud™ Application Delivery framework during Microsoft’s most recent Azure Networking Fridays call.  Kurt demonstrated how KEMP 360 Cloud helps solve common Azure migration challenges by:

  • Controlling, monitoring and diagnosing key application metrics
  • Driving operational efficiencies with increased visibility, centralized management and reduced resolution times
  • Allowing organizations to meet service level agreements (SLAs)
  • Obtaining the best user experience possible for applications

The key take away was that KEMP 360 provides a simpler and more cost effective approach to migration of legacy applications from traditional on-premises deployments to either public or hybrid cloud deployments, including Microsoft’s highly anticipated Azure Stack.  Further, KEMP understands that most organizations don’t operate infrastructure made up of solutions from single suppliers.  KEMP 360 Cloud has been developed to reflect this reality. It extends support beyond our own LoadMaster ADCs to proactively and intelligently manage third-party load balancers from NGINX, AWS, F5 Networks and other vendors.

You can find the session recording here on Microsoft Channel 9 – enjoy!

Jeff Fisher
Jeff Fisher

Jeff Fisher is responsible for KEMP Technologies' overall Alliances strategy. With a strong solutions engineering and business development background, Jeff brings over 20 years’ experience with him to KEMP. He has held leadership roles at startups like Softricity (acquired by Microsoft) and Desktone (acquired by VMware) and has also spent time at large ISVs including Citrix. Jeff holds a BA from Cornell University and a MBA from Columbia Business School.