Please add support Google Brotli compression format
Brotli is a new open source compression algorithim developed by Google as an alternative to Gzip, Zopfli, and Deflate. Google's case study on Brotli has shown compression ratios of up to 26% smaller than current methods, with less CPU usage.
Brotli compression is currently supported by the following browsers:
- Google Chrome: Chrome 49+
- Mozilla Firefox: Firefox 44+ (released January 26, 2016)
- Opera: Opera 36+
Yes Please, Brotli is must now.
I'd like to second this as well. Please provide Brotli support.
Interesting move - W3TC (looking at this from a WordPress perspective) has just added support for Brotli. Obviously with 1m+ installs - this is something that would be extremely useful to have at server level!
This would definitely be extremely interesting!
Kyle Lawrence commented
Would be great to have this +1
Hitesh Bhasin commented
Hii. Support for this is needed as most servers move to brotli compression.
Don't be so backward, Comeon Cloudways Allah hu Akar
Please add this.
Aaron Magnus commented
It seems most CDN's have now implemented this but the origin server has to support it. This thread is a few years old now, can we get a response on this?
+1 Brotly support, Sucuri.net supports it
Erica Franz commented
+1 x infinity
This would be a great feature, just one more reason to use Cloudways for high-performance hosting.
Juan Mirelez commented
Would definitely love to enable Brotli on KeyCDN.
Here is a link Google's announcement about Brotli: https://opensource.googleblog.com/2015/09/introducing-brotli-new-compression.html
Ash Bryant commented
+1 from me too
+1 for this feature
KeyCDN just announced Brotli support.
From reading these posts, it seems many Cloudways users are on KeyCDN
Paul Braren commented