Software-based application delivery networking company Snapt is now listed on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace, providing a simple one-click deployment for the company’s application delivery controller (ADC) and load balancer solutions.
CEO Dave Blakey points out that Snapt has experienced massive demand from Amazon users, which is what prompted the company to set up a pre-made image on AWS. This, he says, will make it easier for them to deploy Snapt services, which will now be pre-installed and fully supported.
“We have always supported Amazon’s cloud services and many of our clients are already in this cloud. The benefit of having us listed on the AWS Marketplace is that it makes it much simpler for them to deploy our solutions, thanks to the one-click launch facility,” he says.
“This listing is ideal for clients who are looking to move to AWS, or those who are already there but find they need to expand. In addition, those who have previously manually installed and maintained our services can also migrate to a professionally installed and supported offering in a simple and easy fashion. Finally, potential clients will be able to utilize our services more easily as well.”
Snapt, which recently opened US operations headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, has a client base of 10 000 customers stretching across 50 countries, and includes heavyweights such as NASA. Snapt is renowned for its software-based ADC and load balancer solutions, which power fast, secure delivery of business-critical applications anytime, anywhere, on any device, platform or cloud-based infrastructure.
“We wanted to make it easier for clients to have the best ADC products running in the cloud. Furthermore, those who may not be aware of our solutions now also have the opportunity to download a free trial. All they need to do is go to AWS and click on the Snapt image. We have seen demand for our services growing exponentially, and by providing a one-click launch facility, we have just made it that much easier for current and future customers to deploy them,” concludes Blakey.