Kemp AX Fabric Enhanced
February 24, 2020
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Kemp announced multiple load balancer product and licensing changes that provide increased value and tighter alignment with independent software vendor (ISV) and service provider use cases for optimizing and securing applications across hybrid infrastructures.

The new product and licensing offerings extend the Kemp AX Fabric with the following additions:

- The new LoadMaster X1 hardware appliance is optimized for embedding into ISV and OEM solution stacks where large numbers of individually-isolated customer pods are required to meet workload availability and security requirements. Combined with Kemp’s management and automation capabilities, more scalable and extensible partner ecosystems can easily be built.

- Unlimited capacity licensing and x86 optimization with the Virtual LoadMaster MAX (VLM-MAX) enables dynamic scalability of hypervisor platform resources as private cloud applications scale.

- New service provider licensing as low as $50 USD per month enables profitability on new services quicker with limited upfront investment.

- Extended virtual load balancer subscription offerings starting at 500 Mbps throughput with embedded identity and access management (IAM) provide the ideal solution for customers migrating from Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG).

“Today, ISVs and service providers are continuously challenged to offer differentiated, dedicated and managed hybrid cloud offerings,” said Peter Melerud, co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer for Kemp. “Load balancers are key to this equation. With the Kemp LoadMaster X1 and VLM-MAX, ISVs and service providers are now empowered to deliver a better application experience for their customers in a more economical, purpose-built framework.”

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