KEMP’s Virtual LoadMaster(VLM) for AWS is a full-featured, advanced Layer 4-7 load balancing and content management application delivery controller. Available in the AWS marketplace, it is deployed in Cloud and Hybrid environments, offering a rich set of features, resulting in an effortless transition of applications from on-premises data centers.
KEMP brings many years of experience in supporting a variety of workloads including Healthcare Applications, Education Applications, Virtual desktop Applications, Mobile Device Management, etc. in addition to traditional Microsoft applications such as SharePoint, IIS and ADFS. KEMP leverages this experience and along with prebuilt application templates and world class professional services, now brings such applications to AWS.
Whether you are looking to rapidly prototype a new cloud service or build a global business, KEMP’s LoadMaster can provide the performance, scalability and security you need for reliable application delivery.
The KEMP advantage for AWS
See how the Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) compares to AWS native Load Balancers
Comparison Table with ELB
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|Layer 7 Load Balancing|
Comparison Table with ALB
|Features||Application Load Balancer (ALB)||Virtual LoadMaster (VLM)|
|Content Caching / Compression|
Virtual Loadmaster provides a comprehensive, integrated set of Layer 4-7 features which are all managed through a single interface. In addition, RESTful, Java and PowerShell APIs are available making the VLM attractive to both developers and administrators alike.
Virtual LoadMaster is available in the AWS Marketplace with Free, BYOL and as pay as you go (hourly) licensing options. The Free version delivers 20Mbps throughput and can be used in both development and production environments, simplifying DevOps-oriented delivery methodologies. It can subsequently be upgraded to greater throughput with the purchase of a perpetual license.
KEMP cloud experts are available to help with integration and migration needs at all stages of a project, from inception to production.