High performance virtual Load Balancer and Reverse Proxy. Includes core functions like Server and Application health monitoring, SSL acceleration with FIPS 140-2 support, Caching/Compression, TCP Multiplexing, an automation-enabled API and more.
Enables secure deployment of web applications, preventing Layer 7 attacks while maintaining core load balancing services. Kemp's WAF directly augments the LoadMaster's existing security features to create a layered defense for web applications - enabling a safe, compliant and productive use of published services.
Move past the single data center, allowing for multi data center High Availability. Even when a primary site is down, traffic is diverted to the disaster recovery site. Clients can connect to their fastest performing or geographically closest data center.
Kemp's Edge Security Pack (ESP) simplifies secure application publishing with client pre-authentication and single sign-on (SSO). Active Directory Integration, security group-based traffic routing, RADIUS Authentication, Customizable FBA Forms and Multi-factor authentication (MFA) support a complete Identity Access Management (IAM) strategy.
Enabling staff to easily and securely access key business systems and applications through their devices, no matter where they are located, was a key pillar of focus.Read how Kemp helped arm Keepmoat's remote workforce
Optimized application templates, intelligent content switching logic and a range of application-aware traffic steering methods ensure that client requests are always sent to the best possible target and consistent application experience is maintained
Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB) enables multi-data center and multi-cloud resilience by leveraging service resource awareness and DNS to steer traffic across geographically distributed pools based on defined business logic
With the load balancer most commonly being the network device deployed closest to the application, it's a critical part of a well-rounded strategy to co-locate key security services to serve as a last line of defense.