How to publish an AWS AMI

Snapt was designed first and foremost for the cloud, and being a software only solution, we focus our effort on ensuring that our customers can access to our product through whichever platform they utilize in their environment.

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Installing Snapt on VMware: Your first install

It's extremely easy to get Snapt up and running on VMware. This guide will talk about ESXi installations, but Snapt can be run on any VMware platform.

Looking at performance and health in the Live Monitor

The next few weeks will see an update to the Balancer roll out with an updated Live Monitor module, as seen below.

Exploring Snapt: choosing a license

Snapt licenses are split into Standard and Enterprise. Standard licenses are  priced based on your upstreams, and Enterprise based largely on support  and installation size.

Snapt Framework release 9.7

We are proud to announce the release of version 9.7 of the Snapt Framework. Included in this update are:

Getting VMware Ready Certified as a startup

VMware is one of the world’s largest and utilized hypervisors and by becoming VMware Ready Certified, we continue to ensure that Snapt constantly performs to the highest performance levels available, and our customers have a seamless experience across any environment they choose.

Testing your website's speed, security and SEO readiness

There are so many business reasons you need to worry about your websites speed, security and optimizations. To list a few:

Understanding Denial of Service (DoS) and how Snapt helps

Dave Blakey recently stated in another blog post (CDNs vs ADCs: What are the differences?) that “No on-premise ADC can truly prevent a DDoS attack!” and he’s exactly right, but what is a DDoS attack and how does it differ from a DoS attack?

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