Top 12 Website Protection and CDN services
Last updated: December 29, 2019
Website Protection and content delivery network services protect websites against DDOS attacks and attendance spikes and enable fast delivery of web pages and files all over the world
CloudFlare protects and accelerates any website online. Once your website is a part of the CloudFlare community, its web traffic is routed through our intelligent global network. We automatically optimize the delivery of your web pages so your visitors get the fastest page load times and best performance. We also block threats and limit abusive bots and crawlers from wasting your bandwidth and server resources. The result: CloudFlare-powered websites see a significant improvement in performance and a decrease in spam and other attacks.
Amazon CloudFront is a content delivery web service. It integrates with other Amazon Web Services products to give developers and businesses an easy way to distribute content to end users with low latency, high data transfer speeds, and no minimum usage commitments.
Akamai is the leading cloud computing services and content delivery network (CDN) provider for media and software delivery, application performance, and cloud security solutions.
Super-Charge your website with the MaxCDN Content Delivery Network. One of the most affordable and fastest CDN services on the market. MaxCDN maintains regional edge-servers where customer files are replicated in multiple locations around the world. Dynamic routing logic instructs the end-user's browser to display a copy of the MaxCDN customer's rich-content files, from the location in nearest proximity to the end-user.
The EdgeCast Content Delivery Network is a distributed global network of thousands of servers built for speed, security, and scalability. A CDN enables websites to grow, handle spikes without a hitch, stream to thousands of viewers concurrently, secure their websites from attacks, and accelerate complex web applications. Our network is built for speed and reliability, which is why we routinely outperform legacy CDNs in independent performance tests.
We're the smartest CDN on the planet. That means microsecond response. Whether you're selling or posting, updating news, delivering apps to mobile devices or laptops, or bolting on your API to deliver your SaaS, Fastly has a solution tailored to your needs.
Incapsula is a Security CDN that makes any website safer, faster and more reliable. Secure your website against all types of DDoS attacks - including network, application and DNS targeted attacks. With vast global network capacity, our “always on” service mitigates the largest and smartest DDoS attacks. Infrastructure Protection, leveraging BGP routing and GRE tunnels, lets you protect critical infrastructure (e.g., web, email, FTP, VoIP) on demand across entire subnet ranges.
To protect our clients against these attacks (and many other DDoS variations), we employ a multi-layer filtering solution and we work with top ISPs and providers to give us all the bandwidth we need. We work with top providers (Amazon AWS, Google CE and OVH) to provide us with all the bandwidth we need. That give us hundreds of gigabytes per second of available pipe to allow us to sustain and handle any size of attack.
Predict and prevent attacks before they happen using our cloud-delivered enterprise security service. Protect any device, anywhere with OpenDNS.
Limelight is a top tier content delivery network (CDN) offering superior performance and high availability, featuring a massive network footprint, an object-based global file system that provides policy controlled cloud storage and replication, with powerful cloud-based software that enables organizations to deliver faster websites, more responsive web applications, the highest quality video for both on demand and live streaming, while operating at the scale needed to deliver software downloads and games updates to any device, mobile or fixed, anywhere in the world.
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The simplified CDN loved by developers, start ups and agencies. We built CDNify to make the process of accelerating and scaling your website or app simple & intuitive. Whether you're a startup launching a new SaaS product, or an agency delivering amazing campaigns, we provide secure and reliable content delivery that you can trust.
Instart Logic's globally-distributed Cloud Application Delivery is the first Software-defined application delivery (SDAD) service, built to replace legacy content delivery networks (CDNs).
Latest news about Website Protection and CDN services
2015. Website protection service CloudFlare gets $110M from Google, Microsoft and others
CloudFlare, the global CDN and DNS provider that can speed up and protect any site online, has secured a $110 million round of private financing, led by Fidelity, and participated in by a cadre of technology giants, including Baidu, Google, Microsoft and Qualcomm. A profitable company that is, at the same time, looking into international expansion might seem odd. CloudFlare is. The firm has grown incredibly quickly, helping it to attract the capital that it needs. CloudFlare’s partnership with and investment from Baidu has allowed the startup to enter the exploding Chinese market. Encouraged by Baidu’s interest, CloudFlare turned to key U.S. companies it felt would help the startup expand in key areas. Qualcomm was CloudFlare’s answer to chips and mobile, while Microsoft held the key to enterprise customers. By partnering with Google Capital, CloudFlare is able to build on its existing partnership with the search giant.
2015. Cisco acquires cloud security company OpenDNS
Cisco announced its intent to buy cloud security company OpenDNS for $635 million. OpenDNS gives Cisco, a network vendor that offers more traditional network edge protection, a Software as a Service vendor that provides security on the move to any device, anywhere, anytime. The purchase builds on Cisco’s strategy to add a cloud security layer. OpenDNS works by simply blocking bad traffic and allowing good traffic to flow, thereby acting as a protective layer between the user and the Internet, Ulevitch explained at the time. Cisco has indicated it will continue to offer the free version of OpenDNS. “The OpenDNS free DNS services will not be affected. Cisco is committed to OpenDNS’ consumer and enterprise DNS services. The OpenDNS products will transition into Cisco upon close of the acquisition,” a spokesperson said.
2015. Cloud application delivery platform Instart Logic raises $43M
Instart Logic, a service that helps businesses speed up the delivery of their cloud applications, has raised a $43 million funding. Unlike traditional content delivery networks, which typically work best for static files, Instart Logic focuses on speeding up applications. It does in part by splitting applications in small chunks instead of large single downloads. The service then sends the important parts first so the users can quickly interact with a site while the rest continues to download in the background. Like similar services, it also optimizes image sizes, formats and compression settings to optimize static assets.
2014. Website protection service CloudFlare activates free Universal SSL encryption
CloudFlare, which provides content delivery and anti-DDoS services, announced the rollout of “Universal SSL”. It will provide protected “https” connections for users of around two million websites – apparently doubling the number of SSL-protected websites out there. The move will allow CloudFlare to more broadly support the Google SPDY protocol for speeding up webpage delivery, as this protocol requires an encrypted connection. Site administrators should also see their ranking improve on Google Search, which now takes encryption into account as a ranking signal. A couple of weeks ago, CloudFlare also revealed a new extension to the TLS security protocol called Keyless SSL. This feature, available to CloudFlare’s enterprise business plans, aims to help firms handling sensitive data get the benefits of content delivery services such as CloudFlare without parting company with their SSL keys.