Introduction to Cloudflare

Cloudflare is one of the world’s largest networks. Today, businesses, nonprofits, bloggers, and anyone with an online presence can benefit from faster, more secure websites with the help of Cloudflare.

There are millions of internet properties on Cloudflare and the network is growing by tens of thousands every day. Cloudflare powers internet requests for millions of websites, serving an average of 36 million HTTP requests per second.

Cloudflare network map
Credit: Cloudflare

In the early days of the Internet, when you wanted to load a website, your computer sent a request to a server, and the server returned the requested web page.

If the server is receiving too many requests at once, its servers could be overwhelmed and crash, stalling anyone trying to access the resources they host.

This made it difficult for the owners to provide fast, secure, and reliable content. Cloudflare was created to help mitigate these issues and provide users with resources to keep their sites, apps, and blogs safe and efficient. This is done using a powerful perimeter network that delivers content and other services as close as possible so you can access information as quickly as possible.

Cloudflare also provides security by protecting Internet properties from malicious activity such as DDoS attacks, malicious bots, and other malicious intrusions. It also offers rich features like his SSL and content delivery to all websites in its network.

Also, the website owner can easily embed the app into her website without being a developer.

If you’re a developer, you can run your Javascript code in a powerful perimeter network, keeping you as close to your users as possible. This eliminates latency and improves user experience.





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