Offer CDN Services as an Add-on
Load balancing is very important. Publish the site on multiple servers would be great for performance and stability.
Oh and cloudflare is a great cdn.
+1 for KeyCDN. Any ETA on this?
Hoping for KeyCDN myself, HTTP/2 readiness is appealing.
Any rough estimate of when CloudWays will be ready to offer integrated CDN?
Zaid Rahman commented
Amit Singh commented
KeyCdn coz its very cheap and its also support cloudflare
+2 for CloudFlare
Please consider this CDN service: cdn77.com
Reasonable rates and global data centers.
Toby Karlevid commented
Google Cloud CDN could also be something to look into.
John Smith commented
I can recommend KeyCDN, they already fully support HTTP/2
Why deal with third parties? Isn't this a profit center for Cloudways?
Looking forward to quickly adopting the CDN provider that Cloudways chooses to partner with, hopefully offering speed boost for https sites, offeirng HTTP/2 compatibility for parallel content download.
Here's a quick list of some CDNs, and HTTP/2 readiness:
MaxCDN - full support
AWS CloudFront - no support
Akamai - full support (but pricey)
Focus Innovate commented
CDN services would be of great value to customers!
keycdn would be a good option as it could be cheaper and more flexibility on a global traffic. pay as you go.
Tobias Karlsson commented
I would like to see CDNsun
you might want to give us a CDN, and to avoid confusion for Wordpress users, all settings in the W3 Total Cache could be already pre-set.
AdminCloudways (Admin, Cloudways) commented
Valid point Moises.
We are researching too. Best source we have found so far is:
Both post and comments are must read and supporting both options (with and without it).
Mosies Garcia commented
Is a CDN still going to be important once HTTP/2 get fully implemented?
Sure hoping this capability arrives soon, and I'll certainly be among the first to try it!
I would very much like for Cloudways to offer an integrated CDN offering, such as CloudFlare Railgun or the like, so certificates and CDN capabilities are handled easily, to any web serving platform even non-WordPress sites.
Here is another way around this. I use it on my sites.
When setting up the links bar at the top of your site, use the CDN link instead of that of your site. So that when ever an end user clicks on the link...they are actually seeing the CDN in place of your site directly.
Please contact me if you need help setting this up. I would be more than happy to help.