Questions about these products?
Contact Us: 1-877-386-3763
Direct: 1-780-430-6240

LoadMaster LM-4000

LM-4000 Server Load Balancer – The LoadMaster 4000 provides optimized performance for high transaction web infrastructures
SKU: LM-4000
Manufacturer: Kemp Technologies

for pricing


Bookmark and Share

Optimized Performance for High Transaction Web Infrastructure

Delivering 6 Gbps L7 throughput and 2500 SSL transactions per second (TPS), the LoadMaster 4000 offers the capacity and features to support high volume web infrastructure environments.

  • 2 x 10G (SPF+) ports
  • 2 x 1GbE ports
  • 6 Gbps L7 balancer throughput
  • SSL TPS (2K Keys): 2,500
  • SSL TPS (1K Keys): 5,000
  • Servers Supported: 1,000 Physical /1,000 Virtual
  • L4 Concurrent Connections: 12,800,000

High performance load balancing and content switching combined with web application firewall protection, intrusion prevention and endpoint authentication ensures that internet-facing services and sites are not only highly available but also secure. Traffic may be securely distributed across on premise and public cloud environments via integrated IPsec VPN capabilities.

The LoadMaster 4000 is an essential enabler for resilient delivery of a wide range of application workloads in medium and large scale environments.

Combining the latest advancements in Layer 4 to Layer 7 application delivery technology, LoadMaster is the Application Delivery Controller (ADC) of choice for providing high availability services in cloud, web and application infrastructures.

Kemp LoadBalancer Deployment

Features and Benefits

  • High Performance L4/7 Server Load Balancing: Ensures each user gets the best application experience possible.
  • 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) 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