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When Should One Use An Internal Load Balancer?

Azure offers two flavours of load balancers – Internal and External. Internal load balancers are used to load balance the private IP segment of Cloud or VM services. These load balancers serve to connect internal services within the private virtual network and is accessible from site to site VPN connections as well. The load balances IP is st...

What Is KEMP Load Master (ADCs)?

 KEMP’s Loadmaster is a fully featured Application Delivery Controller (ADC) that supports all the major application workloads with easy to use templates. It offers key features such as SSL offload along with advanced authentication and traffic delivery options.    

Why Would A Partner Want To Use Kemp Load Master?

The Application Delivery Controller (ADC) is a key component within enterprise and cloud data centres to improve availability, security and performance of applications. KEMP Loadmaster helps IT keep up with this growth and provide the optimisation needed for applications to continue to perform at their best and without service interruptio...

What Are The Issues That Are Able To Be Addressed By Kemp Load Master?

High Availability (HA) Configuration  The High Availability feature of the Loadmaster guarantees the availability of your server farm.  HA is achieved by a hot-standby, failover mechanism. Two identical Loadmaster units are integrated into the network as a cluster.  One machine serves as the active Loadmaster and the second one ...

What's In It For Me As A Partner When I Use Kemp Loadmaster Through Rhipe?

Exclusively with rhipe, KEMP is offering a global-first "Per User Per Month" pricing model to cater to your customer requirements and MELA subscription for the partners looking for on demand access to unlimited ADC instances which can be scaled according to the requirement of the business.  

What Are My License Entitlements?

Pay per user per month license entitlements   Partners purchase Kemp ADC like they purchase MS SPLA  No Minimum number, no contract term (months)  Pay per user per month per application  Pricing is a scaled pricing structure, starting at $1.50 per user  VLM-2000 with Premium Support is used  Per Instance Per Month...

What Are The Requirements Of The Program?

Is there a minimum commitment?   No minimum commitment  Does the Partner need Training?  No training is required   How does the Partner sign up?   To enrol in the Program, you must complete a rhipe Program Enrolment Form which is available on the rhipe prism Portal (formerly known as prime portal) and/or...

What Are The Benefits Of The Program To The Partner?

KEMP gives several options to the partner when it comes to selecting a program. KEMPs Metered Licensing (MELA) is designed to provide flexibility to the organisations which are looking for scalable application delivery at an affordable price by using this model, unlimited ADC instances can be deployed across private and public cloud (e.g. private O...

What Is The Program?

KEMP application delivery controller for cloud service provider is based on, a metered licensing model per user per month model, per instance per month model and outright purchase model. The per user model from KEMP is exclusive to rhipe and is one of a kind.   

Why Do I Need To Report?

You are required to report usage from the first full month after the activation of your software/licenses.   Furthermore, If you decide to consume Per User Per Month, you are required to report usage for each named user who is authorized to access  each  of your application.  E.G. 1: If your end-customer have 100 users who ...