Network Prerequisites for deploying KEMP’s VLM on VMware vSphere 6.7

Network Prerequisites for deploying a Virtual Loadmaster on VMware vSphere 6.7 This post covers the network prerequisites for configuring a Virtual LoadMaster in a VMware vSphere environment. Key points to note: Do not attempt to upgrade VMware Tools - these have been integrated in the to the Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) Appliance. A duplicate port group... Continue Reading →

A world without Microsoft Threat Management Gateway (TMG) using KEMP | Ask the Experts Webinar – July 3rd

I am presenting this Friday "July the 3rd" with a technical deep dive into securing applications with KEMP Technologies Edge Security Pack (ESP). You can Sign up Here: Join Webinar Summary: "Take a deep breath and don’t panic. With mainstream support for Microsoft Threat Management Gateway (TMG) having ended on April 15th, you need to... Continue Reading →

Load Balance RDS 2012 R2 – RD Gateway and RDWEB Roles configured on the same Server

This post will show you how to configure both RDWEB and Gateway roles on a KEMP Load Master. Some important info before we start, Before Server 2012, the RD Gateway used a single HTTP Channel. Post Server 2012, the RD Gateway uses two channels (one for Input & one for Output). This means that these channels need to be... Continue Reading →

vRealize Log Insight 2.5 Internal Load Balancer – Can you still use a third Party Solution

So VMware announced the release of vRealize Log Insight 2.5 today. One of the new features which comes with Log Insight is a Internal Load Balancer. The Internal Load Balancer is for scale out, allowing you to load balance and scale out from out of the box. This has not been possible in previous versions, you needed... Continue Reading →

Best Practices for Deploying KEMP’s VLM on VMware ESX

I have spent a considerable amount of time working with KEMP Load Balancers recently and would like to share some VMware deployment Best practices . For all those using KEMP Virtual LoadMaster's with VMware, you will need to configure a Load Balancing port group for the relevant vlan "production_LB" or "DMZ_LB" to avoid port flooding. To prevent RARP... Continue Reading →

Load Balance AFDS and ADFS Proxy in Windows Azure with KEMP

This article will show you how to load balance ADFS and ADFS proxy servers in Windows Azure using my favourite Load Balancer "KEMP". KEMP are one of the first vendors to release a layer 7 load balancer on the Windows Azure Platform. You can check out the Azure VLM Specs at http://kemptechnologies.com/uk/load-balancer-for-azure At the time of writing this article:... Continue Reading →

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