Releasing AddThis on Cloudflare Apps: Making Disciplined Product Design Decisions

Published on by Guest Author.

This is a guest post by Emily Schwartz, Product Manager for the AddThis team at Oracle. With a background in digital media that has spanned across NPR, WaPo Labs, Trove, and others, Emily cares deeply about helping publishers leverage data and technology for success. The Process of Paring Down When our team learned about the opportunity to build an AddThis app on Cloudflare Apps, I was ready to…

Living In A Multi-Cloud World

Published on by Sergi Isasi.

A few months ago at Cloudflare’s Internet Summit, we hosted a discussion on A Cloud Without Handcuffs with Joe Beda, one of the creators of Kubernetes, and Brandon Phillips, the co-founder of CoreOS. The conversation touched on multiple areas, but it’s clear that more and more companies are recognizing the need to have some strategy around hosting their applications on multiple cloud providers. Earlier this year,…

The Supreme Court Wanders into the Patent Troll Fight

Published on by Edo Royker.

Next Monday, the US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Oil States Energy Services, LLC vs. Greene’s Energy Group, LLC, which is a case to determine whether the Inter Partes Review (IPR) administrative process at the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) used to determine the validity of patents is constitutional. The constitutionality of the IPR process is one of the biggest legal issues facing innovative…

7 Cloudflare Apps Which Increase User Engagement on Your Site

Published on by Andrew Fitch.

Cloudflare Apps now lists 95 apps from apps which grow email lists to apps which acquire new customers to apps which help site owners make more money. The great thing about these apps is that users don't have to have any coding or development skills. They can just sign up for the app and start using it on their sites. Let’s take a moment to highlight some…

The Super Secret Cloudflare Master Plan, or why we acquired Neumob

Published on by John Graham-Cumming.

We announced today that Cloudflare has acquired Neumob. Neumob’s team built exceptional technology to speed up mobile apps, reduce errors on challenging mobile networks, and increase conversions. Cloudflare will integrate the Neumob technology with our global network to give Neumob truly global reach. It’s tempting to think of the Neumob acquisition as a point product added to the Cloudflare portfolio. But it actually represents a key…