Azure Application Deployment and URL Rewrite –

url rewrite and content switch network diagram for azure/cloudThere’s nothing like hearing directly from a customer to help to put a product or solution into context. In a recent Microsoft Infopedia webinar, KEMP Technologies’ customer Roody Dennis, Director of QA & Operations at Unigo, joined us to discuss how he’s using KEMP Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) for Azure to support Unigo’s customer-facing web infrastructure. We began the session with an overview of VLM for Azure, including a brief description of several of our capabilities that extend and enhance Azure’s native load balancing features. We went on to discuss a few common use cases, and then we focused on Roody and Unigo’s specific experience with KEMP.

We zeroed in on how Unigo leverages KEMP’s Azure solution to achieve a seamless and cohesive experience for its users by integrating several different Azure-powered applications and services into its website with our URL re-write (aka content switching) capabilities. Listen in to the recorded webinar as Roody discusses the benefits of VLM for Azure from both a URL re-write/content switching and also from a lifecycle manage perspective (hint: it makes website changes and rollbacks virtually effortless). The webinar also includes a demo by KEMP’s Kurt Yung, showing just how simple it is to manage URL re-write in an Azure environment.

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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.