Per-Application ADC or Per-Application Load Balancer is a deployment model that provides the ability to deliver 1:1 matching of applications with a dedicated load balancer. Irrespective of where an application is hosted it can be delivered to users and clients via a load balancer that has been configured and tuned to be optimal for the application it is delivering. This model of deployment means that each application gets the optimal load balancer settings, it reduces the chance of an issue affecting other applications, i.e. it reduces the blast radius.
Kemp 360 application experience fabric provides full Per-Application support across virtual, cloud and hardware-based deployments. Usage-based metered licensing means the number of load balancers that can be deployed is unlimited. Payment is required only for the combined throughput that is used.
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