Load balancing stories
Kong takes zero load balancing pattern ZeroLB to market
ZeroLB is described as a load balancing pattern that aims to remove every load balancer that is being deployed in front of individual services and applications.
How the cloud is changing application delivery
In a multi-cloud environment, where multiple toolsets are offered, achieving visibility on emerging and active issues across all platforms is a major challenge.
Kemp updates licensing, pricing for load balancers
The goal is to provide increased value and tighter alignment with independent software vendor (ISV) and service provider use cases.
Kemp inks Aussie VAD deal with Bluechip Infotech
Kemp has parted ways with former Australian distributor Sapply and signed a new deal with Bluechip Infotech.
How to power a more intelligent network - Kemp
As SDN adoption continues, application delivery controllers (ADCs) or load balancers will play a critical role in providing the required intelligence for flexible deployment.
Kemp survey shows businesses struggling with application issues
The State of Application Experience (AX) report shows that in more established environments, IT professionals are finding it increasingly difficult to add new applications.
How smart load balancer choices make e-Commerce painless for SMBs
In its most basic form, a load balancer directs users to the best performing accessible server.