IT agility and velocity require new application delivery architectures. Combining KEMP 360 Application Delivery Fabric with radical usage-based consumption vs instance-based licensing, enables enterprises to create a scale-in/scale-out, per-app ADC architecture. This allows for rapid infrastructure change, greatly expanded deployments, a broader range of use cases and reduced blast radius of issues and outages across services and applications.
Context-relevant insight into application user experience is key to delivering services that satisfy customers. KEMP LoadMaster ADC instances are positioned in the middle of the flow between users and their applications. KEMP 360 provides insight into network, server and application related issues that impact positive user experience and application delivery SLAs. KEMP 360 provide visibility and control over ADCs from KEMP and other vendors across a broad range of cloud deployments.
Automation enables organizations to operate more efficiently, optimize resources and shorten time to market of new applications. Launching new services and scaling traditional ADCs is manual, error-prone and time-consuming. Automation with KEMP 360 allows for zero-touch provisioning. Preemptive detection and resolution of application delivery issues is simplified with automated incident response. Cloud migration is de-risked with active traffic steering based on business logic.
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