Offer CDN Services as an Add-on
Cloudways is now offering CDN service in partnership with StackPath (formerly known as MaxCDN).
This service is available as an Add-on, which would cost you $1 per application for 25GB bandwidth.
For details please follow link below,
I have integrated the CloudwaysCDN for my WordPress blogs and their loading speed has been improved much. I would recommend this service for all the WordPress users
As PrestaShop can be used with CDN as well, give an installation instruction to all users in your knowledge base.
Other privers do so as well
Kristina Yordanova commented
I have been using Cloudflare free plan for quite some time now and I am happy with it.
Radu Mihai Anghel commented
KeyCDN (only paid service) and Cloudflare (starting with the free plan).
In my opinion, Cloudflare is a must have for Cloudways.
Seconded and seconded again. Used KeyCDN. Happy with it. Currently experimenting with Vultr and KeyCDN through the medium of Cloudways.
Paul Luong commented
Meanwhile, for those who are looking for CDN service for your website, this in-dept comparison might be helpful to you: KeyCDN vs. BunnyCDN, BelugaCDN and Cloudfront - https://www.custompcguide.net/keycdn-vs-bunnycdn-vs-belugacdn-cloudfront-performance-compare-review/
Please add support for cdn77.com you have 2 years developing it ;) when it will be ready?
Please add this quickly. This was planned over 2 years ago. Is this platform dying? No updates seem to indicate that. Seems that you've planned to offer a CDN and DDoS protection in 2015. Here it is 2017, and there's no upward movement.
This is an essential service that should be included. I see this was planned 2 years ago, and there seem to be no responses in when this will happen. Any ideas on ETA?
Kory M. commented
I'll also suggest KeyCDN. Currently using them with my Vultr-based Cloudways instance.
This went into 'PLANNED' state over a year ago. Any update on when we will see CDN as a service add-on?
Toby Karlevid commented
really happy with KeyCDN! vote from me
Michael Bourne commented
Any word on this? Definitely a must have.
Did this even start after almost 2 years? I don't think so.
Markus Maurer commented
important for cdn would be SSL compatibility if on subdomain. I tried cachefly and it was really annoying to setup with Let's Encrypt, because currently the certificate is only valid for *.domain.com and www.domain.com
the subdomain which i wanted to use for seo purposes would have needed an extra cerificate.
- has Let's ENcrypt for SSL and HTTP/2
Integration with KeyCDN is +1
Definitely would like to see Google Cloudfront implemented for those of us on GCE
Pseric Lin commented
Google Cloud CDN.