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.
Many are confused about the differences between a reverse proxy and a load balancer.
Adopting a unified DevOps and NetOps approach across data centers and public cloud environments is imperative to have a highly scalable, ultrareliable and secure load balancing architecture strategy.
Progress Kemp LoadMaster was certified at the collaborative Protection Profile for Network Devices Version 2.2e in January 2023. This Common Criteria certification is the latest in a long list of features and reasons why LoadMaster is the best choice for many organizations.
Load balancing for web applications is essential to deliver a good application experience Load balancing algorithms operate using techniques that map to the conceptual layers of a network stack. Most load balancer functions can be mapped to activities at Layers 4 & 7 of the OSI stack. This blog outlines of comparison of each type.