Yerevan, Armenia: Cloudflare Data Center #103

Published on by Nitin Rao.

CC-BY 2.0 image by Marco Polo In the coming days, Cloudflare will be announcing a series of new data centers across five continents. We begin with Yerevan, the capital and largest city of Armenia, the mountainous country in the South Caucasus. This deployment is our 37th data center in Asia, and 103rd data center globally. History CC-BY 2.0 image by PAN Photo Yerevan, one of the…

Introducing Zero Round Trip Time Resumption (0-RTT)

Published on by Nick Sullivan.

Cloudflare’s mission is to help build a faster and more secure Internet. Over the last several years, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has been working on a new version of TLS, the protocol that powers the secure web. Last September, Cloudflare was the first service provider to enable people to use this new version of the protocol, [TLS 1.3](https://blog.cloudflare.com/tag/tls…

An AMP validator you can cURL

Published on by Dani Grant.

Cloudflare has been a long time supporter of AMP, an open-source markup language 1.5 billion web pages are using to accelerate their mobile web performance. Cloudflare runs Ampersand, the only alternative to Google’s AMP cache, and earlier this year we launched Accelerated Mobile Links, a way for sites on Cloudflare to open external links on their site in AMP format, as well as Firebolt, leveraging AMP…

Cloudflare at Google NEXT 2017

Published on by Brady Gentile.

The Cloudflare team is headed to Google NEXT 2017 from March 8th - 10th at Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA. We’re excited to meet with customers, partners, and new friends. Come learn about Cloudflare’s recent partnership with Google Cloud Platform (GCP) through their CDN Interconnect Program. Cloudflare offers performance and security to over 25,000 Google Cloud Platform customers. The CDN Interconnect program allows Cloudflare’…

Quantifying the Impact of "Cloudbleed"

Published on by Matthew Prince.

Last Thursday we released details on a bug in Cloudflare's parser impacting our customers. It was an extremely serious bug that caused data flowing through Cloudflare's network to be leaked onto the Internet. We fully patched the bug within hours of being notified. However, given the scale of Cloudflare, the impact was potentially massive. The bug has been dubbed “Cloudbleed.” Because of its potential impact, the bug has…