Enhance the Application Experience (AX) on KVM hypervisor platforms with load balancing from Kemp that ensures service availability, improves performance and provides insight on availability and capacity. Kemp LoadMaster includes proven application delivery functionality that is optimized for maximum stability and performance to ensure applications are constantly available and delivering the best possible application experience for users.
Kemp LoadMaster delivers all the features required to optimize and protect your applications and is easy to configure and manage. As a cloud-native solution, it is optimized for KVM environments for maximum performance and resilience.
Simplify administration of application delivery on KVM with automation through PowerShell, Restful API and Kemp 360 Central.
Kemp provide a fully-featured PowerShell module that enables automation of deployment, licensing and configuration management of load balancer instances on KVM.Loadmaster PowerShell Guide
Kemp 360 Central provides a single point of management for load balancing instances with performance monitoring, task automation and automated deployment.Learn about Kemp 360 Central
Avoid setup and configuration pains with Kemp’s library of application templates that enable proven , best-practice deployment in the shortest possible time.Application Templates
Kemp offers a range of licensing options for KVM to meet multiple application delivery use cases.
Perpetual licensing supports the use case of a relatively static workload and a CapEX approach to technology acquisition. LoadMaster perpetual licenses are available in 200Mbit, 3Gbit, 5Gbit and 10Gbit sizes.
For organizations that require load balancing capacity and capability for a fixed term , Kemp offer subscription licenses for one or three years in 500Mbit and 10Gbit capacities.
Metered licensing is a utility billing model where there is no restriction on capacity or number of instances deployed. Usage is billed monthly in arrears and offers total flexibility to scale to meet changing demands.