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As you may well know, Snapt runs on FreeBSD and Linux - two operating systems we strongly believe in. What you may not know are some of the more interesting reasons why you should make the same choice.. Rapid growth in the market for x86 servers over the past year brought good news for both Linux and Windows, as research firm IDC reported last week. What's not always appreciated, however, is just how significant a portion of the market Linux servers are...

The Activity Log is something that has been built into Snapt from the ground up - it records all the actions both the software and any logged in users take for accounting purposes. From how long the scheduled cron job takes the run to what user (and what IP) changed settings the activity log keeps track of it all. Additionally, you can use the dashboard activity log to keep up to date or our reports engine to browse through the data...

Our shop is almost ready for launch! Our SSL certificates are done, PayPal integration is finishes and the initial product list and prices are ready! We will also be running a launch special for the first copies sold so make sure you are subscribed to our launch list to get told first. We hope to see you in the shop soon!...

As you may already know, the Snapt Framework comes with a flexible plugin system designed to allow you to run whatever Snapt modules you want on any of your installations. Some plugins we charge for (for example HAProxy), but many are free and we have a list of what will (at least currently) be available once we launch free of charge! Snapt Backup takes configurable, scheduled backups of the Snapt UI and can store them on disk or email them to...

We've been asked more than once about what O/S's Snapt will support and technically it should run on any Linux or BSD flavour. However, we maintain constant support (and pre-built packages) for the following flavours -- FreeBSD Debian Ubuntu Fedora We aim to support any flavour of BSD or Linux you are running, but for practical reasons can obviously only test the product on a given set (especially when it comes to Linux!). ...

From the ground up we've built Snapt to be exactly what we'd want as HAProxy and Squid users ourselves - and now we're asking you how much to charge for it! If you have 2 minutes to fill in our <10 question survey it will help us to gauge what the community is willing to pay for Snapt as well as a few other questions. Go to the survey...

Before the end of next month we hope to release Snapt HAProxy! We've come a long way since we originally started developing our professional front-end to the load balancer, and we're excited to show it off. Remember to join our launch email list to be offered a discount when it's available!...

Based on feedback received from a few of our Beta testers, we've been able to identify the features needed for SnaptHA to move forward. One of the biggest features is advanced ACL management. An ACL is a rule used to determine what action is required based on the incoming request. They can also be used to monitor backends or block the request all together. Having said that, the combination of conditionals within the ACL can become tricky and a fool proof...

An additional batch of closed beta invitations have just been sent out. We're getting closer and closer to release date, and are very excited! If you'd like to be a part of the closed beta, make sure to subscribe to the release notification list....

The Snapt framework comes with an advanced cron handler, meaning on installation all you need to do is add that the cronjob handler will run every minute in cron and we'll decide when to run our reporting, logging, and other tasks automatically. To do that, we had to write a more sophisticated cron - with abilities like "once off" or temporary tasks, that after running successfully are removed. We've also introduced load limits and retries - so a task can be...

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