Kemp addresses the unique needs of education institutions with its LoadMaster Load Balancer. Integrating powerful, stable, full-featured application delivery and server load balancing with the latest advancements in layer-7 content switching and SSL acceleration technologies, Kemp has created an ideal product for the small-to-large sized educational institutions.
The network needs of today's K-12, colleges and university campuses are continually growing. Whether increasing the efficiency of online student registration and content access, or improving communications between faculty, staff, and students, educational institutions are looking to optimize their current assets, while introducing new applications and services. This requires the capacity to accommodate peak loads, fast end-user response time, and a method to easily secure information and applications while on a limited budget. Network administrators need a solution to address these challenges that leverage existing network resources to provide increased capacity, while providing an architecture that enables cost-effective and flexible scaling capabilities as the demand grows.
Deploying high-performance, high-availability web and application infrastructure presents a unique set of technical and business challenges to the design and management of the underlining network infrastructure. In terms of technology, inadequate server capacity, scalability concerns, and fault-tolerant reliability, as well as the increasing size and complexity of applications, continue to place added pressures on an already over-burdened K-12, college and university IT staff and budget.
Established in 1965, EF Education First (EF) is the world leader in international education providing language and cultural studies to students in more than 100 countries.Read More
Founded in the 1880s, Clark University is one of America’s oldest graduate universities, with a long and distinguished pedigree of academic achievement.Read More
Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS) is a public school district serving over 89,000 students and employing 6,826 teachers in 128 schools in Maryland, United States.Read More
With over 15,000 students and 1,200 staff, Deltion College in the Dutch city of Zwolle has always been an early adopter of proven new technologies and is now leading the way in Software Defined Networks (SDN).Read More
Since Roskilde University first opened its doors in 1972, it has been one of Denmark's leading universities with their emphasis on interdisciplinary, problem-oriented project and teamwork.Read More
Texas A&M University is the sixth-largest university in the country with 50,000 students. Its Provost IT Office (PITO) maintains IT assets and services for approximately 40 different departments that include Texas A&M’s admissions, financial aid, registrar, career placement, and study abroad student services.Read More
Prior to installing the PowerSchool Management system this year, the Springfield school district had a manual, distributed student information system where each school had its own server and records were manually scanned into the system.Read More
Assisting over 1,600 local school districts, Infinite Campus is a provider of comprehensive education software management systems for K-12 educators in state departments of education, and regional consortia.Read More
The University of Northampton has installed Kemp load balancing appliances to improve the performance and resilience of its Library Services authentication for students and Microsoft Exchange 2010 Servers, supporting a staff of over 2,000.Read More