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If you are interested in beta testing the Snapt HTTP Analyzer please get in touch with us. We can only accept a certain number of people, and the first few applicants will be given the package. Note that you require a licensed Snapt HAProxy product, and at least one HTTP load balanced group. ...

We're proud to announce version 1.6 of the framework and version 1.8 of HAProxy. Primarily these include small improvements and support for future releases. Details on the changes are available through the Update Manager. ...

The Daily Maverick has written a great look behind the scenes at the beginnings of Snapt. If you'd like to know the story of our early days, head on over for the full article. Starting a new venture can be as much about timing as it is about the product itself. Leading edge technology can very quickly evolve into the bleeding edge if the idea is years ahead of its time. For Snapt founder and CEO, Dave Blakey, patience could prove...

Within a few minutes on installing Snapt HAProxy you can be up and running, load balancing your servers. However, what happens when performance is still poor for certain clients? How do you analyze what parts of your app might be slowing down user experience, or track errors when you have so many servers to check? Snapt will soon be announcing our Snapt HAProxy HTTP Analyzer - a plugin for Snapt that allows you to monitor HTTP requests flowing through the load...

We are proud to announce the release of 64bit bundles on the client site! If you are using your own Linux installation bundles are the perfect solution - they come ready with everything Snapt needs to run, and now they are available for 64bit installations as well! Remember that 64bit virtual appliances are also available now....

You've heard us talking about the benefits of Snapt Squid, but what do users think? Rob Conrad from Johnstone Supply is a Snapt user, and had this to say. Our company was shopping around for a web cache solution do to our having to switch from our faster, but unreliable and latent cable internet provider (50Mbit) to a slower but more reliable T1 (3Mbit) provider in order to implement our VoIP phone system between our offices. After testing out several Linux based and Windows...

IDG Connect has an article today by Dave Blakey, Snapt founder, on Tech Business Start-Up Funding in South Africa. One of the fastest games in the world is venture capital and tech business start-up funding. In the last 12 months we have seen LinkedIn make its IPO and now Facebook finally going public is causing serious rumblings around the world. Of course these are big, center stage companies, but there is a plethora of start-ups that are less well known,...

We are proud to announce the release of the 64bit VM images for Snapt. VM images are our recommended method for running Snapt and require the least amount of effort to have up and running. The following images are now available in 32bit and 64bit - VMWare Live CD Xen OVF Amazon EC2 These are available for purchased licenses or for trials, which can be an easy, hassle free way of trying Snapt. To download them please continue to our client site....

We have released 4 new plugin updates to start the month! Snapt HAProxy, Redundancy, Backup and SSL Termination have new versions available immediately. If you have configured automatic updates they will be applied for you, otherwise we advise you update your plugin list and install the new plugins manually. Changelogs are available through the Update Manager under Setup. ...

Bandwidth Blog has an article on Snapt delivering affordable and accessible products to businesses, check it out! In a post-recession climate, commercial software continues to lose traction in favour of Free and Open Software Solutions (FOSS), particularly in the corporate environment. However, with a lack of support available both locally and internationally, companies are left having to fend for themselves, or forced to pay handsomely for specialised technical support. ...

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