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Offer CDN Services as an Add-on

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      • 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.

      • Matt commented  · 

        Seconded and seconded again. Used KeyCDN. Happy with it. Currently experimenting with Vultr and KeyCDN through the medium of Cloudways.

      • Alex commented  · 

        Please add support for cdn77.com you have 2 years developing it ;) when it will be ready?

      • Byran commented  · 

        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.

      • Tim commented  · 

        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.

      • Chris commented  · 

        This went into 'PLANNED' state over a year ago. Any update on when we will see CDN as a service add-on?

      • Chris commented  · 

        Any word on this? Definitely a must have.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        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.

      • Jon commented  · 

        KeyCDN +1

        - has Let's ENcrypt for SSL and HTTP/2

      • Vyse commented  · 

        Integration with KeyCDN is +1

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Definitely would like to see Google Cloudfront implemented for those of us on GCE

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