CloudFlare is going to be at HostingCon 2011 in San Diego from August 8 to August 10. The CloudFlare team is excited to meet our current partners and potential new partners at the show.
We get a number of questions about using CloudFlare with e-commerce sites in customer service. CloudFlare works great at making e-commerce sites faster and protecting them against attacks. I thought I would try to address many of the key questions.
CloudFlare gets a lot of questions about caching and our free CDN (content delivery network), so I thought I would put together a really quick guide about what CloudFlare caches and more.
Many of our customers love CloudFlare's statistics report because the information available differs from other services providing analytics. One frequent request is that customers would like to be able to look at the individual IP hits coming to their site.
CloudFlare loves threat data. CloudFlare's sytem continually gets smarter through a variety of ways, including through user-reported data. So for example, users can add IP and IP ranges to their Block List. This information is fed back to the CloudFlare system benefiting the entire community.