Snapt Nova

Nova is a centrally managed, container-based ADC platform providing Layer 7 load balancing, GSLB, WAF and web acceleration. Nova is cloud-native, hyperscale and intelligent.

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Software load balancing, web acceleration, WAF and global DNS load balancer. Blazing fast throughputs, high SSL TPS and runs on any cloud, VM or bare metal.

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3 MINUTES

Using the Cloud to Enhance your Video Gaming Experience

by Craig Risi on Cloud • June 18, 2021
Promises of never-before-seen graphical fidelity were set to catapult the video game industry to new heights when the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 consoles were released last year. It’s interesting to think that, regardless of how remarkable graphics might seem today, especially considering the improved rendering technologies being developed by all the different video game engines, gaming graphics will always eventually be constrained by the hardware. Inevitably, the graphics of the video gaming consoles that we see today will become obsolete as newer technology becomes available.
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4 MINUTES

CDN Outages and What They Mean For You

by Owen Valentine on Performance • June 15, 2021
On Tuesday, June 8th, 2021 at 09:47 UTC, Fastly's Content Delivery Network (CDN) went down. Sites affected included Reddit, eBay, Twitch, GOV.UK, Pinterest, and Vimeo. Some were affected in smaller ways - Twitter emojis were no longer visible, for example.
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6 MINUTES

The Journey of an Online Gaming Session

by Craig Risi on Cloud • May 12, 2021
It’s the end of the day, you finally get a chance to sit down in front of the TV, reach for that gaming controller and prepare to unwind over a couple of sessions with fellow gamers from around the globe.  One of the benefits of our online world is that we can easily boot up a game, log in to an online portal and begin a gaming session with people anywhere in the world, in a manner of seconds. As instantaneous as it all seems, there is a whole host of operations going on in the background enabling gamers to enjoy their favorite pastime. The ability to instantly interact with people from across the globe is nothing short of a marvel of engineering. 
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4 MINUTES

Cloud Infrastructure Best Practices for Video Game Launches

by Bethany Hill on Tips and Tricks • February 1, 2021
How To Stay Online, Scale-Up, And Keep Latency Down Launching a video game may be among the most challenging operational tasks today. Demand can be hard to predict. Launches are binary events that defy load testing. Setting up the right cloud infrastructure takes foresight and planning, and while over-provisioning wastes money, under-provisioning is probably even worse. Expect upset customers screaming at you on Twitter, Discord, and Reddit when a game starts glitching under the massive weight of millions of users. Here’s a quickstart guide to best practices for planning your cloud infrastructure to support a successful game launch.
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6 MINUTES

Designing for Resilience: What is a Cloud-N Disaster Recovery and Mitigation Strategy?

by Bethany Hill on Cloud • September 14, 2020
Our first blog of this series outlined the various challenges posed to DevOps and IT leaders resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. In this blog we take a closer look at designing for resilience using a Cloud-N disaster recovery and mitigation strategy.
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3 MINUTES

Is Your ADC Ready for Multi-Cloud Deployments?

by Iwan Price-Evans on Cloud • March 17, 2020
Moving to “the cloud,” as it’s casually known, is a misnomer. There isn’t a single, homogeneous cloud destination, but rather, a spectrum of different types of clouds ranging from private to public, and multiple varieties in between. In addition, there are multiple public cloud providers to choose from. As enterprises increasingly adopt diverse cloud strategies and run business-critical applications in multiple clouds, this has major implications for ensuring application delivery. And not all Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs) are up to the job for multi-cloud deployments.
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4 MINUTES

How to Intelligently Auto-Scale in the Hyperscale Era

by Iwan Price-Evans on Cloud • March 3, 2020
The term hyperscale has become almost synonymous with huge cloud companies like Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Netflix. But the benefits of hyperscale computing are not limited to the realms of the world’s cloud computing giants. You don’t have to be a “hyperscaler” in size to achieve dynamic scalability and gain the resulting advantages of agility and cost efficiency. This blog explains how auto-scaling Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs) protect businesses of all sizes against any network eventuality so that critical applications are always up, fast and secure. 
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4 MINUTES

What to look for in a Next-Gen Software Load Balancer

by Dave Blakey on Business • March 21, 2019
Your company is growing, and that’s great, but network performance is suffering under the additional load. You’re hearing from the higher-ups that downtime numbers are unacceptable, and site load speed is costing you customers. The pressure is on to take control of these performance issues and implement a cost-effective load balancing solution that will scale with your company’s needs.
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1 MINUTES

Snapt on AWS Startups on Air

by Dave Blakey on Business • September 25, 2018
We spent some time chatting to the @AWSstartups team on Periscope about what we're building and what Snapt offers to DevOps teams around the world.
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