KEMP 360 Central™ provides centralized management and control of application delivery assets
A single KEMP 360 Central instance can manage multiple Application Delivery Controller (ADC) instances across multiple environments, including on-premises and cloud, making KEMP 360 Central an invaluable tool for hybrid cloud or cloud migration use cases.
With support for 3rd party ADCs and cloud-native load balancers, KEMP 360 Central provides a single point of control for organizations that are transitioning to the cloud or migrating from legacy ADC hardware to virtualized or cloud-based solutions.
KEMP 360 Central provides a single management tool to manage your application delivery infrastructure.
KEMP 360 Central is included at no extra charge with the LoadMaster Enterprise Plus subscription.
A customer has an estate spread across internal data centers, public cloud services and CoLo. LoadMaster is used extensively on all application delivery platforms and network and application managers have multiple different management points. This approach reduces visibility on the application delivery status and performance, and creates additional workload for administration staff.
With all the LoadMaster instances across the estate integrated with KEMP 360 Central, the network and application administrator roles have a single point of administration where the estate performance and status is available in real time. This reduces the administration workloads and greatly improves application availability through better visibility on emerging issues and quicker issue diagnosis.
On moving an application to the cloud, the customer is faced with multiple challenges, including sizing the cloud ADC correctly, executing the application transition to the cloud and managing the application delivery infrastructure across multiple platforms and instances. The proposed cloud migration will fragment ADC resources from a single, large on-premises resource to multiple cloud-hosted virtual ADC instances. The customer is faced with additional licensing costs as well as increased management overhead.
With KEMP 360 Central, a cloud migration is greatly simplified as the issues of sizing, licensing and management are addressed. Before embarking on the cloud migration, the existing ADC environment (including non-KEMP resources) is analysed to establish the per-workload resource requirements. Once these are understood, KEMP 360 Central can leverage metered licensing for load balancing resources to deliver right-sized cost-effective ADC instances for the application workloads. To assist with migration, virtual services (including 3rd party configurations) are moved to the cloud using a simple drag and drop reducing risk and simplifying the migration process. Once migrated, all resources are easily managed from a single interface that covers KEMP and 3rd party resources deployed on-premises and in the cloud.
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