Ecosystem

3 Ways to Optimize Microsoft IIS with an Application Delivery Controller

Microsoft’s Internet Information Services (IIS) is one of the world’s most popular web servers for hosting just about anything on the web. A big part of the attraction, especially for companies that employ DevOps methodologies, is that it’s compatible with all Windows services and runs in Windows environments, which makes it easier to integrate and support business-critical apps. But IIS web servers can also put excessive strain on computing resources and slow down website response times.

4 Must-Have Features for Load Balancing Microsoft Exchange

Businesses worldwide depend on Microsoft Exchange for a variety of communications applications from email services and collaboration tools to calendars. To ensure the performance of these critical business applications, Microsoft Exchange needs to be highly available to withstand outages, prevent downtime, and protect the system during maintenance and upgrades. It also often requires geographically redundant deployments for disaster recovery and the ability to fail over to backup sites if the system falters.

To achieve high availability for your Exchange deployment, load balancing is essential. But what should you look for in a load balancer? Below we’ve highlighted the top four features your load balancer needs to keep your Exchange apps up-and-running and performing optimally.

How to: Publishing an Azure Image

Microsoft Azure serves 85% of Fortune 500 Companies, more than 100 data centers worldwide, and spans 140 countries. It gives any organization a cutting edge in reaching customers all over the globe through its platform.

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.

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.

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.

Partner with Snapt and grow your DevOps capabilities

The Snapt Partner Program provides lucrative growth opportunities for partners seeking to innovate, by offering comprehensive solutions for today’s application delivery challenges. Our Partner Program helps you grow and earn more, and is designed to maximize your revenue stream with annuity-based income.

Advanced ADC & Load Balancing in DigitalOcean

Snapt images can be imported and run within DigitalOcean. This involves uploading our qcow2 image, and then launching a droplet with it. After  installation you manage the ADC via the normal web portal as you would expect.

Snapt's official Azure Marketplace launch

Snapt is proud to announce the availability of it's official Azure Marketplace image. You can launch the Snapt VM directly into your Azure environment and use the leading Application Delivery Controller with your Azure servers.

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