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LoadMaster LM-5400

Providing enhanced SSL performance, the LM-5400 is optimized for Enterprise environments and high transaction e-commerce infrastructures.
SKU: LM-5400
Manufacturer: Kemp Technologies

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Superior TLS (SSL) Performance for Enterprise Environments

Featuring support for up to 7000 TLS (SSL) transactions per second (TPS) with 2048 bit RSA keys, Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB) as standard and 10.2 Gbps of throughput, the LoadMaster 5400 is optimized for Enterprise environments and high-transaction ecommerce infrastructures.

This rock solid performance provides for predictable delivery of critical application workloads and customer facing web services.

The LoadMaster 5400 is an essential component to include for high availability of critical line of business applications, customer facing web services and corporate intranets in large Enterprise deployments. Combining the latest advancements in Layer 4 to Layer 7 application delivery technology, LoadMaster is the ADC of choice for providing high availability services in cloud, web and application infrastructures.

  • 8 X GbE and 2x10GbE (SFP+) ports
  • 10.2 Gbps L4 balancer throughput
  • SSL TPS (2K Keys): 7,000
  • SSL TPS (1K Keys): 9,300
  • L4 Concurrent Connections: 25,600,000
  • Servers Supported: 1,000 Physical / 1,000 Virtual Servers

With the option to deploy as a highly available pair and use global server load balancing (GSLB), the LoadMaster 5000 simplifies application availability challenges with automatic failover between appliances and between data centers.

Kemp LoadBalancer Deployment

Features and Benefits

  • High Performance L4/7 Server Load Balancing: Ensures each user gets the best application experience possible.
  • Web application firewall pack (AFP): Protection against application level attacks and simplification of PCI-DSS compliance
  • Active/Hot-Standby, with Stateful Failover: Removes load balancer as a single point of failure
  • Server and application health checking: Guarantees user requests will be only be directed to available severs and available applications
  • IP and L7 persistence: Ensures that users maintain continuous connections with the specific server where their transactional data is available even if the IP address changes during session
  • Layer 7 content switching: Optimize server traffic according to content type
  • TLS (SSL) acceleration and offload: Optimizes server performance and user experience for encrypted application content
  • Compression and caching of content: Reduces internal network latency and optimizes bandwidth for best possible client experience
  • Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS): Thwarts application threats in both non-encrypted and encrypted traffic streams