Snapt Attains VMware Partner Ready for VMware Cloud on AWS Validation
By using Snapt within a VMware Cloud on AWS environment, businesses can improve the security of data, servers, and performance of services while reducing TCO.
Snapt launches alpha for Project Nova: a revolutionary cloud-native ADC solution for DevOps and ITOps designed for microservices, containers and hyperscale architectures. Project Nova offers even more uptime, reliability and performance for business-critical applications and services across both mature and agile network environments.
San Francisco, California, July 30, 2019 – Snapt, the pioneering application delivery controller (ADC) company, today announced the exclusive alpha launch of Project Nova.
Project Nova (https://nova-adc.com) represents a step-change in the way modern DevOps and ITOps teams can manage their networks.
There is a familiar saying that “time is money,” and in the online realm of digital commerce it couldn’t be more true. That’s because there is a direct relationship between website performance and revenue. That is, the time it takes to load web pages has an immediate impact on a company’s turnover.
The world’s largest online companies have documented how slow website performance results in lost revenues. But this is an issue that affects businesses of all sizes with an online presence. Even highly optimized sites have room to improve. Here we explain how web performance affects the bottom line and offer tips for using web acceleration to speed up poorly performing websites.
Exploring Snapt is a recurring series of Snapt blog posts that looks at highlighted features of the product. For more, please see the Exploring Snapt category.
After using the Create a load balancer wizard, you may want to tweak certain settings within your group. We'll be using the HTTP wizard in this example.
Exploring Snapt is a recurring series of Snapt blog posts that looks at highlighted features of the product.
Snapt monitors all of the responses that go back to your clients, in great detail. We do this primarily to measure performance and prevent errors, but it can be extremely useful when debugging servers as well.
We will highlight some of the nifty features and tips and tricks available for observing HTTP responses, performance metrics and more here.