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TCO Calculator for Load Balancers - Private, Public and Multicloud

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The TCO calculator is a transparent way to calculate the ROI and TCO of perpetual licensing vs metered enterprise licensing (from Kemp)

https://kemptechnologies.com/total-cost-ownership/calculator/

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TCO Calculator for Load Balancers - Private, Public and Multicloud

  1. 1. Kemp TCO Calculator Total cost of ownership calculator
  2. 2. Customers have been traditionally handcuffed by licensing models that better suit the vendor Peter Melerud CSO and co-founder “
  3. 3. Kemp has disrupted licensing for application delivery with a move to consumption-based metered licensing that decouples the cost per- appliance and the cost of throughput. 0 400 800 1200 1600 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 1.5 Gbps + 0 1000 2000 3000 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 2.7 Gbps + 5.3 Gbps 9.5 Gbps 0 2000 4000 6000 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29
  4. 4. The Kemp TCO calculator compares metered, perpetual and competitive load balancing/ADC licensing. Users can assess the number and capacity range of load balancers needed to support their application infrastructure, providing them with insight on estimated TCO.
  5. 5. This calculator provides application delivery TCO insight based on three common application usage patterns: Peak Usage Steady Growth On-demand
  6. 6. Click here to visit our TCO Calculator Click here to visit the TCO Calculator Overview
  7. 7. This scenario reflects the traffic profile of organizations that have busy periods where traffic levels are significantly above normal. Metering of traffic is ideal for this scenario as it avoids the over-provisioning cost associated with perpetual licenses.
  8. 8. Your Capacity Requirements ADC instances typically are sized on throughput capacity. Specify the capacity and quantity ADCs you require for your application infrastructure.
  9. 9. Provide number of ADC usage peaks that you typically have in a year along with the percentage above normal capacity that these peaks require. Scenario Inputs
  10. 10. For scenarios where traffic increases lineally over time, this model sizes requirements based on the growth rate entered and the capacity required in month 36 of the three- year model.
  11. 11. ADC instances typically are sized on throughput capacity. Specify the capacity and quantity ADCs you require for your application infrastructure. Your Capacity Requirements
  12. 12. Specify the % for your scenario over three years. Usage will be calculated to this rate to the capacity required. Scenario Requirements
  13. 13. With this on-off scenario, the calculator models usage based on a requirement to go from zero to the capacity defined. The model uses the on-demand peak provided and the frequency to calculate usage.
  14. 14. ADC instances typically are sized on throughput capacity. Specify the capacity and quantity ADCs you require for your application infrastructure. Your Capacity Requirements
  15. 15. Specify the number of annual events expected where ADC usage is required. This scenario assume that outside of these events, there is no requirement for the ADC capacity. Scenario Inputs
  16. 16. Try the TCO Calculator and more Kemp resources TCO Calculator Metered Enterprise Licensing F5 & Citrix Load balancer Comparison

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