April 19, 2019 1:00PM
Eating Dogfood at Scale: How We Build Serverless Apps with Workers
You’ve had a chance to build a Cloudflare Worker. You’ve tried KV Storage and have a great use case for your Worker. You’ve even demonstrated the usefulness to your product or organization....
March 01, 2019 1:00PM
Deploying Workers with GitHub Actions + Serverless
If you weren’t aware, Cloudware Workers, our serverless programming platform, allows you to deploy code onto our 165 data centers around the world. Want to automatically deploy Workers directly from a GitHub repository? Now you can with our official GitHub Action....
July 03, 2017 4:21PM
A container identity bootstrapping tool
Everybody has secrets. Software developers have many. Often these secrets—API tokens, TLS private keys, database passwords, SSH keys, and other sensitive data—are needed to make a service run properly and interact securely with other services....
December 14, 2016 2:25PM
Manage Cloudflare records with Salt
We use Salt to manage our ever growing global fleet of machines. Salt is great for managing configurations and being the source of truth. We use it for remote command execution and for network automation tasks....
June 14, 2016 1:04PM
Secure and fast GitHub Pages with CloudFlare
GitHub offers a web hosting service whereby you can serve a static website from a GitHub repository. This platform, GitHub Pages, can be used with CloudFlare whilst using a custom domain name....
November 21, 2013 9:00AM
Red October: CloudFlare’s Open Source Implementation of the Two-Man Rule
At CloudFlare, we are always looking for better ways to secure the data we’re entrusted with. This means hardening our system against outside threats such as hackers, but it also means protecting against insider threats....
October 07, 2013 6:00PM
CloudFlare And Open Source Software: A Two-Way Street
CloudFlare uses a great deal of open source and free software. Our core server platform is nginx (which is released using a two-clause BSD license) and our primary database of choice is postgresql (which is released using their own BSD-like license)....