Cloudflare London Meetup Recap

Published on by Junade Ali.

Cloudflare helps make over 6 million websites faster and more secure. In doing so, Cloudflare has a vast and diverse community of users throughout the world. Whether discussing Cloudflare on social media, browsing our community forums or following Pull Requests on our open-source projects; there is no shortage of lively discussions amongst Cloudflare users. Occasionally, however, it is important to move these discussions out from cyberspace and take…

A Fast, Secure Migration to Google Cloud Platform using Cloudflare

Published on by Brady Gentile.

OnAir Video Presentation Abstract Looking to host your website, application, or API in the cloud, or migrate to a new cloud provider while keeping your data secure? In this webinar, Trey Guinn, Head of Solutions Engineering at Cloudflare, will discuss how companies should approach security, during and after migration. We'll highlight the migration story of LUSH, one of the largest global e-Commerce cosmetic retailers, and how they took…

Dobar dan, Hrvatska! Announcing Cloudflare's Zagreb Data Center

Published on by Nitin Rao.

Fire the Gric Cannon! Hot on the heels of several birthday week product announcements, we continue to expand our global network. Cloudflare is excited to announce the launch of our newest data center in Zagreb, Croatia, furthering the breadth of our network to 118 cities across 58 countries. Our Europe network alone now spans 33 cities across 25 countries (with at least ten new cities being planned). [For…

WHOIS going to be at the Grace Hopper Celebration?

Published on by Dani Grant.

Ubuntu us are doing the round trip! It’s time to live - WAN you arrive at GHC, come meet us and say HELO (we love GNU faces, we’ll be very api to meet you). When you’re exhausted like IPv4, git over to the Cloudflare corner to reboot –– we’ll have chargers and Wi-Fi (it’s not a SYN to REST). R booth can be your…

Go Hack Nights at Cloudflare

Published on by Ryan Djurovich.

At Cloudflare we're extensively using the Go programming language to build a better Internet. Go is a free and open source programming language created by Google in 2007 and open sourced in 2009. Earlier this year, Go made news when it entered the list of top 10 programming languages on the TIOBE Index. Recently we launched an internal monthly Go Hack Night at our San Francisco office, open…