Kemp extends the automation it provided previously, including adding the ability to provide alerts about other part of the stack than their vADCs.
Kemp has introduced a new TCO calculator that shows customers the difference in costs between metered, perpetual, and competitive licensing options, and is emphasizing its use as an educational tool that shows more than cost savings, illustrating how the alternatives apply in different kinds of scenarios, and whether consumption-based licensing is a good fit for a specific customer.
Pulse Secure has had free ‘try before you buy’ products before, but this new Community Edition has all the features of the full version, and with no time limit on use. The only limitations are that its scalability is limited to smaller applications, and it lacks the full management and Pulse Secure support.
The new IndependenceIT cloud management platform now uses Azure Active Directory for its authentication of record. Changes permitting multi-tenanted application delivery will also allow partners to push many more app services out, to the point the company’s licensing policies are being changed to accommodate this.