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At CacheFly, we believe that our small team, working together, with great technology, can make a bigger impact to our customers than any other company on earth.

We’ve Got The Americas Covered

We’ve Got The Americas Covered

This month (May, 2020), we will be launching new PoPs in Boston, MA, USA, and Lima, Peru. 2020 has been full of upgrades here at CacheFly. We have significantly expanded our footprint to serve our growing customer base better. We plan to aggressively continue our...

New PoPs Are Live: Calgary and Rio De Janeiro

New PoPs Are Live: Calgary and Rio De Janeiro

As part of our continuous CDN expansion, we are pleased to announce we have completed work on our new PoPs in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, and Calgary, Alberta, Canada. These PoPs are strategically placed to improve our network capacity in North and South America. After...

CacheFly COVID-19 update

CacheFly COVID-19 update

Here at CacheFly, we are taking COVID-19 seriously. CacheFly has a Business Continuity Plan in place to provide direction to our internal teams and vendors if a pandemic infection poses a health and safety threat to our customers, vendors, or employees. We've moved...

Load balancing on JunOS

Load balancing on JunOS

One of the fun things that tends to happen when I’m coaching someone through an Anycast deployment is getting past the first proof of concept, which usually looks something like: “a west coast webserver” and “east coast webserver” each announcing a /32 via BGP…

Why CDN capacity numbers don’t matter

Why CDN capacity numbers don’t matter

I’ve been constantly fascinated over the last 10 or 15 years as CDN’s have started to release “capacity numbers”, and more and more people have started to ask about CDN capacity. How many servers do you have, how many terabits of capacity do you have…

HTTP/2 is Not A Magic Bullet

HTTP/2 is Not A Magic Bullet

Don’t expect to see a presentation at the next Velocity, AWS re:Invent, or Interop Conference that states:
HTTP/2 is here. CDNs are no longer necessary. Fire all your performance engineers…

CacheFly Capacity Upgrades and HTTP/2 Support

CacheFly Capacity Upgrades and HTTP/2 Support

As part of our commitment to provide our customers with the fastest content delivery while handling ongoing bandwidth demand and growth in our customer base, we’ve added capacity and servers in the following locations…

DIY CDN – Friend or Foe

DIY CDN – Friend or Foe

We are witnessing a hyperconnectivity era with everything and anything pushed to the Internet to take advantage of its broad footprint. Users are scattered everywhere and they all want consistent service…

Troubleshoot 404 Errors

Troubleshoot 404 Errors

When a client accesses CacheFly’s CDN to request your content, every request we receive is responded to with an HTTP status code. These status codes represent how each request was handled. A brief overview of codes…

Images Killing Your Page Speed?

Images Killing Your Page Speed?

We’ve all experienced it. You enter a site…and wait for the page to load…impatiently watching as the timer begins to spin.
3 seconds go by…still spinning. 10 seconds go by…it may load any time now

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING

Why Do Companies of All Sizes Choose CacheFly?

CacheFly has exceeded our expectations on every level, from the technical operation of the actual service to the top-notch support staff and their responsiveness. I don’t believe our CDN has ever suffered noticeable downtime.

Jason Marlin

Director Of Technology, Ars Technica

CacheFly just works. Our users don’t have to think about how they get our programs; they just do, fast and easily…the show must roll and CacheFly keeps them flowing without a hitch.

Leo Laporte

Founder, Owner & Host, TWiT.TV

Cachefly stood above the competition with their sensible and affordable pricing, clean interface, and straight forward API. And in 10 years, CacheFly has never failed to deliver (both literally and figuratively).

Dan Benjamin

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