At Dollar Shave Club, we continuously look for ways to improve how we build and ship code. Improving the time it takes for engineers to ship code is key. Providing engineers with a development environment that closely mirrors production really helps.
Cloudflare Workers has had a very busy 2018. Throughout the year, Workers moved from beta to general availability, continued to expand its footprint as Cloudflare grew to 155 locations, and added new features and services to help developers create increasingly advanced applications.
Services need to talk to each other safely without inconveniencing users. Let’s pretend I own a service with users and I want to grant other services access to my service on behalf of my users.
Today we are launching the second iteration of the Cloudflare App Developer Fund. This is an investment fund started in partnership with Venrock, Pelion Venture Partners, and New Enterprise Associates.
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.