Cloudflare seeks to help its end customers use whichever public and private clouds best suit their needs. Towards that goal, we have been working to make sure our solutions work well with various public cloud providers including Microsoft’s Azure platform.
DNS records are hard. Many people, even the technically competent, don’t bother to learn more than the basics. Let Cloudflare Apps manage them for you.
With Cloudflare Workers, it is possible to send traffic logs to arbitrary locations. In this post we are going to discuss an example Worker implementation on how to achieve this. So if you are building or maintaining your own traffic logging/analytics environment, read on.
Efficient packet dropping is a key part of Cloudflare’s distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack mitigations. In this post, we introduce a new tool in our packet dropping arsenal: L4Drop.
You can now place applications that require SSH connections, like your source control repository, behind Cloudflare Access. We’re excited to release that same feature so that your team can also destroy your own VPN.