KEMP’s Virtual LoadMaster Now Supports Microsoft Hyper-V
Virtual solution LoadMaster delivery of applications and load balancing technology developer KEMP Technologies (www.kemptechnologies.com) now supports (www.microsoft.com) Microsoft technology-based server virtualization hypervisor, Hyper-V.
Launched in March, LoadMaster virtual application delivery controller is designed to provide the same functionality as the hardware devices Kemp.
According to Kemp announced Tuesday, VLM is one of the first virtual device drivers production-ready application delivery to support Hyper-V, and, like all the functions of ADC, VLM can significantly improve performance, scalability and availability of applications running on Hyper-V virtual machines.
The Virtual LoadMaster eliminates the need to maintain the hardware and reduces the costs associated with energy consumption, cooling, rack space constraints and other environmental agencies of the hardware-based devices.
Built on the same operating system as hardware devices LoadMaster Kemp, VLM offers the same feature set, strong management and user interface based on Web than the rest of LoadMaster product family.
“A large number of customers who already use the LoadMaster to enable delivery of applications to Microsoft based products such as Exchange Server 2010, Sharepoint, OCS and Terminal Services,” Kemp said co-founder and vice president of product management Pedro Melerud in a statement. “As our customers realize the benefits of virtual server environments work with Hyper-V, KEMP is to ensure that your investment is more leveraged by turning on virtual machines with all the functions, ADC capable of production.”
When Hyper-V Microsoft, Kemp VLM customers are able to better exploit the benefits of server virtualization. VLM can distribute user traffic through the best-performing virtual machines, and in addition, optimizing access to applications by including features such as SSL offloading, caching, compression, content distribution and Layer 7 persistence. It also helps provide high availability of applications with advanced control of health applications, and its ability to be deployed in a redundant active / hot-standby.
The version of Hyper-V Virtual LoadMaster is available immediately and pricing starts at $ 1,490 and includes a support contract freshmen. A free trial version 30 days is available on the website Kemp.