Loadbalancer.org Pricing and License Cost

Senior ICT Support Officer at a government with 5,001-10,000 employees
I have no idea, because I don't have anything to do with pricing. It was basically, "We need these, we need these," and then that's what happened. We got them. I had nothing to do with the negotiation on the price. Basically you've got load balancers in the front and then you've got a number of machines that sit behind it that actually do the work. The load balancers just allocate out the work. So the people that manage the system behind the load balancers, this is their preferred solution. They managed to get us them for a very good price. View full review »
IT Manager at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
It's worth the cost. It's not cheap, but it's a good solution. If you're looking for a good solution, this is a good solution. Is it cheap? No. Is it worth the money? Yes, I think it is. View full review »
System Integrator
You can start with the base appliance R20 first and upgrade to the MAX version if necessary. Their pricing is good. We are looking at it from a customer point of view. Customer downtime costs us money. So the pricing is is fair. They have good service and I recommend the company. View full review »
Mike Isaac
IT Operations Manager at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We've got an unlimited license, which doesn't costs that much compared to other vendors, and we don't have to buy it again. The other thing they did was they gave us a free virtual appliance, so we paid for two and got three. Buy what you need, or a little bit more than you need. Like I said, we've not had any trouble with them, we've bought the unlimited appliance and we're just using it, and we've not hit any limits. View full review »
Richard May
Business Development Manager at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
I'd say it is very good value. View full review »
Patrick Louis-Jean
IT Manager at a recruiting/HR firm with 51-200 employees
Pricing is great. I couldn't really complain about it. It's all good. They're not the cheapest, not the most expensive, but I think value-wise, they're 100%. View full review »
Chris Dow
Systems Programmer at a energy/utilities company with 501-1,000 employees
It is inexpensive, and even their “unlimited” version, the VA MAX is still far cheaper than competitors. I love that they do not price on some arbitrary throughput rating where you are guessing at what the load balancer is going to handle. These guys make their pricing scheme really easy. View full review »
Owner at a tech services company with self employed
The cost of the hardware units was talked over with the sales team, who then helped to ensure that we had the correct unit size and support cost at the start of the project. We have since upgraded our license and this was just the difference between the original and the new license. View full review »
George Peslil
IT Support at a government with 10,001+ employees
I think it’s very affordable, nothing more to add. View full review »

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