MMCUG 1/31/2014 Bryan F. Boretsky. This presentation is intended solely for KEMP partners and customers, please do not distribute!. Agenda. Introductions Microsoft workload overview KEMP Overview Q&A. Exchange Load Balancing. Reference Architecture. Exchange 2013 Ready and Tested.
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Bryan F. Boretsky
This presentation is intended solely for KEMP partners and customers, please do not distribute!
Exchange 2013 Ready and Tested
SharePoint 2013 Farm
Internal Remote Desktop Users
RDS Server Farm
Reference Architecture for DR or Localization
“ It’s NOT about the Load Balancer, it’s about the application.”
Who we are
KEMP Technologies builds
Application Delivery Controllers
Common, “Tiered” UI
Feature-parity, platform ubiquity
The 140 series of Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) are US government computer security standards that specify requirements
for cryptography modules which include both hardware and software components used by the Feds.
KEMP is rapidly growing, currently #3 ADC Vendor in North America and EMEA by units shipped
*The complete Dell’OroGroup Data Center Appliance Quarterly Report can be found here:
KEMP has a strong partnership with, Microsoft, VMware, Dell, HP, Cisco, Oracle and other enterprise application vendors. It is the “application” that drives the requirement for KEMP LoadMaster solutions.
Most Enterprise Workloads (e.g. MS Exchange, SharePoint; Oracle ERP, Web Apps) require an ADC or a Load Balancer to distribute application user requests to more than one server – hardware or virtual.
Global Site Load Balancing
Optimized for Exchange