NetworkingKemp, world’s most deployed Load Balancer Wins TrustRadius Top Rated Award

Kemp, the always-on application experience (AX) company, today announced winning TrustRadius’ Top Rated award. The top B2B review platform has recognized Kemp Technologies as a winner in the Load Balancing category thanks to excellent customer reviews and outstanding satisfaction with the Kemp LoadMaster load-balancing solution.

With a TrustRadius score of 9.8 out of 10 based on verified customer reviews, Kemp is recognized by the TrustRadius community as the best solution in the load balancing category. Customers especially appreciate the simplicity and ease of use, licensing flexibility, unmatched value and cost savings as well as world-class technical support.

“At Kemp, we strive to deliver the best solution and services to our customers and we are thrilled to win TrustRadius’ Top Rated award in this category. It’s always an honor to be recognized for our efforts. At Kemp, we combine innovative technology with world class customer support and we will continue to add greater value with additional features and new products to help enhance our customers’ application experience,” said Deirdre Sarsfield, VP Marketing.

TrustRadius offers dozens of stellar verified reviews that contributed to our winning. You can check out all of them here.

Here are a few:

Use Cases and Deployment Scope

It took less than 30 minutes to implement with ZERO issues! The ease of installation, the ease of configuration and the user friendly interface are EXCELLENT! Kemp’s support has always been customer driven for success and picks up the phone within minutes.


  • Application load balancing inbound for email.
  • Geographical load balancing.
  • Provides an EASY to use interface!


  • Honestly, we LOVE these products. I have nothing to the contrary to say – maybe if they were FREE, but that’s it!

Use Cases and Deployment Scope

Kemp LoadMaster enables us to disengage a server from the available server pool so that we can do maintenance on individual servers while maintaining services to our users. Not having to schedule a maintenance window has really helped our flexibility with patching during the recent zero-day Exchange vulnerabilities this year.


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