- Snapt Nova’s centralized control plane allows Software-Defined Load Balancing with a real-time low-latency connection to millions of data plane nodes.
- Snapt Nova works well with all public clouds and Kubernetes, including native upstream service discovery for rapid configuration and deployment of application services.
Snapt, the leading provider of future-proof, cloud-neutral, and platform-agnostic load balancing and security solutions, highlighted a powerful, AI-powered platform to secure Kubernetes ingress in public cloud environments at KubeCon Europe in Valencia.
A centrally managed load balancing and application security platform, Snapt Nova works well with cloud-native and hybrid environments. The platform includes real-time threat intelligence, web application and API protection, and bot protection.
KubeCon attendees can ask Snapt to request a free health check to test their infrastructure’s security, scale, and speed. The offer is exclusively available for attendees at KubeCon Europe 2022.
Snapt Nova is Application Delivery Control as a Service that helps in load balancing, global traffic routing, and web application and API protection on-demand to every node from a centralized controller and UI.
Snapt Nova’s centralized control plane allows Software-Defined Load Balancing with a real-time low-latency connection to millions of data plane nodes. Snapt Nova fulfills the needs of DevOps, NetOps, and SecOps teams, securing Kubernetes ingress at scale in public cloud environments – including multi-cloud.
“Snapt Nova makes it a breeze to get public cloud Kubernetes into production,” said Dave Blakey, Co-CEO at Snapt. “Snapt Nova ensures your application is highly available, secure from threats like Denial of Service, and optimized for performance. It provides visibility into Kubernetes and other platforms, even in multi-cloud environments. We designed Snapt Nova for modern application teams, so we built it with a full REST API, centralized control plane, monitoring in a single pane of glass, and integration with modern tool stacks.”
Snapt Nova effectively secures and level-ups applications in the cloud. It works well with all public clouds and Kubernetes, including native upstream service discovery for rapid configuration and deployment of application services.
Snapt Nova’s centralized controller offers elastic scalability with extremely low latency in response to demand, ensuring that application services constantly keep up with application traffic. Snapt Nova’s worker nodes are lightweight, containerized, and quick, and they can even be deployed on ARM architectures.
Snapt Nova also minimizes the complexity of Kubernetes deployment along with other platforms and architectures, thus enabling NetOps and SecOps teams to ensure the reliability and security of their whole network. Centralized policy, security, and global traffic routing assist enterprises in maintaining uniform, simple, and compliant worldwide networks and hybrid architectures. A modern web GUI with one-click deployment, wizards, and data visualization enables operators to get started faster and handle problems efficiently without installing infrastructure as code.
Snapt Nova offers customers a full REST API for complete automation and integration with CI/CD workflows for DevOps practitioners.
Using Snapt Nova’s GUI, Role-Based Access Control allows NetOps or PlatformOps teams to create global policies and delegate per-application control to numerous DevOps teams using API. This capability enables application teams to build, test, and launch apps rapidly while allowing NetOps teams to set the boundaries and monitor overall network health, security, and performance.
Kubernetes deployments benefit from application security that is always up-to-date with the latest emerging threats and trends, allowing automatic pre-emptive blocking of present and potential attacks, thanks to Snapt Nova’s real-time threat intelligence. Snapt Nova’s threat intelligence detects, tracks, and stops botnets, malware, cybercriminals, and platform abuse with the help of advanced machine learning and unique real-time, real-world threat data from Snapt’s global network of threat sensors.