Company Overview of KEMP Technologies, Inc.
KEMP Technologies, Inc. provides application-centric load-balancer solutions for IT, e-commerce, Web, and business applications for small-to-medium sized businesses, Fortune 1000 enterprises, remote enterprise branch offices, managed service providers, and public sector clients worldwide. It offers hardware load balancers, virtual load balancers, geo multi-site DNS load balancers, and Cisco UCS load balancers; Microsoft solutions, the edge security pack, Linux load balancing solutions, cloud load balancing solutions, SSL acceleration and SSL offload, application delivery optimization, IPv6 address load balancing, application and application server load balancing, and SDN and ADC; and technic...
475 Park Avenue South
New York, NY 10016
Founded in 2000
Key Executives for KEMP Technologies, Inc.
Co-Founder and Executive Vice President of Product Management
Director of Strategic Partnerships
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
KEMP Technologies, Inc. Key Developments
KEMP Technologies Appoints Jeff Fisher as Vice President of Strategic Alliances
Sep 10 14
KEMP Technologies announced that Jeff Fisher has joined the organization in the role of Vice President of Strategic Alliances. With a strong engineering and business development background, Jeff brings over 20 years' experience with him to KEMP, most recently as VP of Emerging Technologies at RES Software.
KEMP Technologies Announces Integration of its Load Balancer Operating System with Native Web Application Firewall
Jul 22 14
Web application firewall (WAF) services will be natively integrated in the KEMP Technologies LoadMaster load balancer operating system. This will enable secure deployment of web applications preventing Layer-7 attacks, while maintaining core load balancing services, ensuring superior application delivery performance, high availability and scalability. Trustwave's State of Security report, 96% of web applications scanned by Trustwave in 2013 harbored one or more serious vulnerabilities. The widely deployed WAF engine ModSecurity has been optimized and integrated with KEMP's kernel-based ADC engine. It directly augments LoadMaster's existing security features to create a layered defense for web apps, and therefore enable a safe, compliant and productive use of web application resources. KEMP worked closely with Trustwave's engineering team who are the custodians of ModSecurity to extend the core LoadMaster ADC technology to not only be a flexible L7 application centric delivery engine, but also a dynamic WAF. KEMP's integrated L7 WAF platform is based on rules engine that provides real-time coverage for all published application threats, including the OWASP Top Ten, as well as critical baseline protections. Importantly, it also allows customers to reuse their existing rules based on ModSecurity in a centralized KEMP ADC appliance. With the WAF-ADC integration announced, KEMP enhances its existing security features available on LoadMaster platforms, which currently feature edge security gateway functionality to protect published workloads including reverse proxy, SSO, pre-authentication and SMTP domain filtering, dual-factor authentication, IPS, and SSL bridging for secured traffic flows. KEMP's threat protection also includes attack categories such as IP reputation, botnet attack detection, web-based malware detection, webshell/backdoor detection, HTTP denial of service attack detection, and anti-virus scanning of file attachments.
KEMP Technologies Announces its LoadMaster(TM) Operating System (LMOS) is Now Optimized for Bare Metal Operation on the HP ProLiant DL Series Servers
Jun 10 14
KEMP Technologies announced that its LoadMaster(TM) Operating System (LMOS) is now optimized for bare metal operation on the HP ProLiant DL Series servers. LMOS for HP ProLiant provides HP customers with flexible scalability for application growth and increased performance for the modern software-defined data center. With bare metal installation and no abstraction layer between the LoadMaster and the underlying hardware, applications no longer need to communicate with a load balancing appliance external to the ProLiant infrastructure. Therefore, communication paths and response times can be minimized, avoiding conventional latency challenges. The synergy of application-centric load-balancing software from KEMP and the HP ProLiant DL server platform will allow administrators to benefit from functionality that exploits the reliability of the ProLiant server family. Application solutions can now be optimized for production workload and business-critical applications, such as enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) systems that require even higher standards of availability and performance.
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