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Amazon Web Services is a popular option for application hosting, but it's not necessarily the best choice for your needs. Once you understand exactly what you get out of Amazon's Elastic Load Balancing, you can make an informed decision on whether you need to go beyond the functionality offered by this service. Amazon ELB AWS' ELB routes your traffic to Amazon EC2 instances as it comes in from your application. You have two types of load balancing you can use with this...

A common problem with using a custom load balancer in EC2 is that it prevents you from using the EC2 autoscaling system. Autoscaling allows you to automatically launch new EC2 instances whenever you need them, for example, when the CPU usage on your instances is over 70%. However, the load balancer needs to know about these new servers or they simply won't receive traffic. We are proud to announce that we will be releasing an EC2 integration plugin (for free)...

We're often asked questions about our development, infrastructure and so on. In this post I'll take you on a brief tour of our setup and what providers and products we use. At Snapt we try to use leading tech and open source powered solutions wherever possible, as you know we are believers in the technology! Hosting Our hosting requirements are relatively simple and broken down into three portions. The first is the the most basic, our website. We use a WordPress powered system...

As you may imagine, we use Snapt for our load balancing purposes. What you may not know is that the Snapt website and update servers are hosted at Amazon. This article will discuss some of the differences between using EC2 Load Balancers and a Snapt load balancer. Features Snapt does of course have many features which are desirable which are not available with an EC2 Load Balancer. The obvious ones are alerting, live dashboards, HTTP analysis and so on. However, there...

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....

Did you know that Snapt has a ready-to-go EC2 image available? Within minutes you can have a fully customizable, powerful load balancer up and running for your Amazon EC2 sites! Get a free trial or purchase at our client site....

Premade Images for VMWare, Live CD's and more are now available at the client site! If you want to simply try Snapt, or don't have an existing Linux/BSD installation up and running images are perfect for you. Remember that you can get a free 30 day trial of Snapt (including an image) from the client site at any time....

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