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May 13

Over the past few months, we’ve rolled out a series of design improvements focused on text readability, easing eye-strain, and providing a seamless brand experience.

May 12

Zig is a language with manual memory management, no runtime, and one simple goal: be as efficient and portable as C, and fix the footguns and limitations that plague its — and neighboring…

May 10

GitHub Actions for Compute@Edge allow you to transition from a manually deployed application to a fully automated deployment workflow with ease and wrap the Fastly CLI to provide an easy way…

May 7

It's always been possible to create content programmatically, and with the advent of our serverless compute environment, we've made it possible to create and transform content more…

May 5

Throwing new security tools at new threats results in scattershot protection and builds technical debt. Organizations need uniform protection for applications and APIs, regardless of where…

May 3

New Fastly next-gen WAF dashboards surface security telemetry from more than 20 new signals for advanced attack scenarios, such as account takeover, credit card validation, and password…

April 21

Fastly now offers logging support for Amazon Kinesis Data Streams, as well as AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) functionality for S3 and Kinesis logging endpoints.

April 19

id Software’s DOOM has become one of the most-ported games in history. It felt like a perfect project to port to Compute@Edge, built on our serverless compute environment, to experiment with…

April 16

Layer 7 is a primary battleground for web application and API security. Fastly and Okta have partnered together to share threat intelligence, so security and development teams can better…

April 14

Vox Media, Mux, and PerimeterX share how Compute@Edge is unlocking performance, agility, and creativity across their organizations.

April 12

Explore how leaders from both sides of the aisle have built thriving secure DevOps cultures by putting trust in people first.

April 8

Teams can now automate their Fastly TLS workflows through Terraform — including issuing certificates, retrieving TLS details, and performing other updates.