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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

Now Serving Dubai and Seoul

Now Serving Dubai and Seoul

I’m pleased to announce that we’ve just added edge locations in Seoul and Dubai to better serve your users in both regions.
Over the past few years, we’ve been rapidly expanding our network coverage with strategically…

Using a CDN to Improve Your SEO Ranking

Using a CDN to Improve Your SEO Ranking

People hate to wait. Almost half of web visitors will abandon a web page that takes longer than 3 seconds to load. When you fail to deliver your site fast enough, you will lose visitors (and conversions)—and Google thinks you should too. In 2010, Google began using...

Using TTLB to Measure HTTP Performance

Using TTLB to Measure HTTP Performance

Your site should load as fast as possible. Even a 1 sec. delay in page response could result in a 7% reduction in conversions. Is your site fast enough? Even if you're using a CDN to boost web performance, an underperforming CDN will still degrade your delivery....

5 Reasons Why App Providers Choose CacheFly CDN

5 Reasons Why App Providers Choose CacheFly CDN

If you want your app to be successful, offering your end-users fast downloads and page loads—completely loaded—as quickly as possible, is one of the most important aspects your business depends on. But when high traffic and overloaded servers cause delays and downtime...

Push vs. Pull: What’s the Difference?

Push vs. Pull: What’s the Difference?

Like most CDNs, CacheFly offers two distinct methods of caching your files: “push,” which is the traditional upload method, and origin “pull,” also known as reverse proxy. Here, we will explain the differences so you …

5 Ways Ars Technica Combats the Threat of Website Latency

5 Ways Ars Technica Combats the Threat of Website Latency

Since its start in 1998, Ars Technica has grown to become one of the largest tech news sites, serving an average of 60 billion pages per month. According to Ars’ Director of Technology, Jason Marlin, “We are one of the largest, busiest websites in tech news…

Is Your Site Ready for the Busiest Ever Cyber Monday?

Is Your Site Ready for the Busiest Ever Cyber Monday?

This year, Cyber Monday U.S. sales are expected to hit a record $3 billion. The National Retail Federation states that 183.8 million people (80% of holiday shoppers) are projected to shop. If the forecast is accurate, Cyber Monday 2015 will mark the BIGGEST day in...

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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