Super Charge Your Network in under 2 minutes!
Snapt One and VMware are a match made in hypervisor heaven. With Snapt One’s recent VMware Ready Certification you can be up and running, load balancing traffic, optimizing traffic delivery and blocking bad requests in 2 minutes or less.
So why Snapt and VMware?
VMware is a market leader in virtualization technology and cloud infrastructure and provides a fluid, instant and secure environment in which you can deploy Snapt One. Further, reduce your infrastructure cost by making use of the Snapt One Web Accelerator to optimize traffic delivery.
Snapt One also recently partnered with VMware and joined the VMware Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) program as an Access level partner. Members of the TAP program collaborate with VMware to deliver innovative solutions for virtualization and cloud computing. The diversity and depth of the TAP ecosystem provide customers with the flexibility to choose a partner with the right expertise to satisfy their unique needs.
Snapt’s partnership with VMware is key to us as a high-performance load balancer provider. VMware offers enterprises the highest network performance, which is paramount to Snapt and our clients. We look forward to offering our VMware clients even more uptime, reliability and performance for their business-critical applications and services. – Dave Blakey, CEO.
Snapt has already collaborated with VMware on certifying Snapt through the VMware Ready program and has achieved full certifications for both ESXi 6,0 and 6,5. This program ensures that all VMware Ready applications have been thoroughly tested and thus means that Snapt performs to the highest level.
Let’s Get Started
Installing Snapt One on VMware is very simple. Follow the steps below to get Snapt One up and running in just a few clicks.
Step 1: Download
Download the latest ESX / ESXi / VSphere OVF from our Downloads portal.
Step 2: Deploy
By default, Snapt One will run on 1vCPU and 2GB RAM. These are the minimum requirements to efficiently run Snapt One, but this will also depend on your underlying hardware. We suggest selecting 2vCPU’s and 2GB RAM for the best experience. Also, ensure that you select a network interface for Snapt One as you’ll use your web browser to configure Snapt One once you have deployed the OVF.
Step 3: Authentication
Before you can access the Snapt One Dashboard, you’ll need to authenticate and serialize your install. Please use your Shop Account Details for this.
After you’ve authenticated your install, you’ll be presented with the Snapt One Admin Portal login screen. The default username is “admin” and password “admin”. We do advise changing this on your first log in.
Step 4: Plugin Installs
Now that you’ve logged in to the system for the first time, you will need to get started by installing a plugin. Navigate to Setup > Modules & Plugins > Add Plugins
Here you can install all of the plugins you might need. All Snapt licenses include the full product suite, so you will have access to all plugins listed.
Tip: For the full Snapt One ADC suite, you’ll need to install the follow set of plugins: Load Balancer, Web Accelerator, WAF
*Snapt One was installed on VMware ESXi 6,5, using 2vCPU’s(Intel(R) Xeon(R) E3-1231 V3 @ 3,40Ghz) and 2GB RAM