Follow along for exciting announcements as many of Cloudflare's most in-demand products and features become Generally Available - and learn how customers are already using them
Over the course of the next week, you’re going to hear about Cloudflare products that are out of beta and generally available
We made a lot of new products Generally Available this week, so in case you missed it, here’s a recap
API Shield customers can save, update, and monitor the performance of API endpoints.
Third party tools are the only thing you can’t control on your website, unless you use Managed Components with Cloudflare Zaraz.
Logpush jobs can now be filtered to contain only logs of interest. Also you can receive alerts when jobs are failing, as well as get statistics on the health of your jobs.
R2 is now generally available!! R2 gives developers object storage minus the egress fees
Stream Live is now out of beta, available to everyone, and ready for production traffic at scale.
With Workers for Platforms, your customers can build custom logic to meet their needs right into your application. We’re excited to announce that Workers for Platforms is now in GA for all Enterprise customers!
Custom Domains are now in General Availability! Today we go through Part 1 in a series on building completely serverless applications on Cloudflare’s Developer Platform.
Cloudflare Images now supports storing and delivering SVG files.
Log Storage on R2: a cost-effective solution to store event logs for any of our products!
With Regional Services, we are thrilled to expand our coverage to these countries in Asia Pacific, allowing more customers to use Cloudflare by giving them precise control over which parts of the Cloudflare network are able to perform advanced functions
Connect and scan your third-party SaaS apps for file leaks, misconfigurations, and Shadow IT, all in just a few clicks. Cloudflare CASB now Generally Available.
Data Loss Prevention is now available for Cloudflare contract customers, giving customers more options to protect their sensitive data.
Cloudflare One Partner Program gains traction with existing and prospective partners.
Defend any network from browser-borne threats with Cloudflare Browser Isolation by connecting legacy firewalls over IPSec / GRE
Cloudflare started using Area 1 in 2020 and proceeded with acquiring the company in 2022. We were most impressed how phishing, responsible for 90+% of cyberattacks, basically became a non-issue overnight when we deployed Area 1. But our vision is much bigger than preventing phishing attacks - read on.
Cloudflare’s threat operations and research team, Cloudforce One, is now open for business and has begun conducting threat briefings.
Starting today, it is possible to scope your users’ access to specific domains with Domain Scoped Roles becoming generally available
Do you manage more than a single domain? If the answer is yes, now you can manage a single WAF configuration for all your enterprise domains
Cloudflare’s new Adaptive DDoS Protection system learns your unique traffic patterns and constantly adapts to protect you against sophisticated DDoS attacks
Cloudflare’s Advanced DDoS Alerts provide tailored and actionable notifications in real-time