Make your internet faster than the speed of light. Tune in as we announce exciting new products, updates, and how we developed our own like-for-like testing tool to measure performance across the Internet.
Today, I have three speedy infrastructure updates: we’ve passed 250 on-network cities, more than tripled our external network capacity, and increased our long-haul internal backbone network by over 800% since the start of 2020.
From AMP to Signed Exchanges, Or How Innovation Happens at Cloudflare
This is the story of how we decided to work with Google to build Signed Exchanges support at Cloudflare. But, more generally, it's also a story of how Cloudflare thinks about building disruptive new products.
Data at Cloudflare just got a lot faster: Announcing Live-updating Analytics and Instant Logs
Today, we’re excited to introduce Live-updating Analytics and Instant Logs. For Pro, Business, and Enterprise customers, our analytics dashboards now update in real time. In addition to this, Enterprise customers can now view their HTTP request logs instantly in the Cloudflare dashboard.
Today, we are launching Cloudflare Images for all customers. Images provides a single product to store, resize and serve images. We built Cloudflare Images, so customers of all sizes can build a scalable and affordable image pipeline with a fraction of the effort.
A detailed breakdown of how best to optimize images for the web, a new tool to test a webpage's image performance, and explanation of how Cloudflare Images can help to improve your website's image experience.
Early Hints: How Cloudflare Can Improve Website Load Times by 30%
Today, Cloudflare is announcing support for Early Hints. Early Hints takes advantage of “server think time” to asynchronously send instructions to the browser to begin loading resources while the origin server is compiling the full response, which can improve page load time by 30%.
Announcing Project Turpentine: an easy way to get off Varnish
Project Turpentine is the easiest way to replicate a varnish configuration on Cloudflare. Just export your full VCL from another provider and use Turpentine to move to a TypeScript-based runtime for varnish on Cloudflare Workers.
Benchmarking Edge Network Performance: Akamai, Cloudflare, AWS CloudFront, Fastly, and Google
We recently ran a measurement experiment where we used Real User Measurement (RUM) data from the standard browser API to test the performance of Cloudflare and others in real-world conditions across the globe.