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Trust at scale: Introducing Platform TLS and Subscriber Provided Prefix

Sep 13, 2018  in  Product, Security

Today we’re announcing two new offerings on the Fastly platform: Platform TLS and Subscriber Provided Prefix. Both empower companies to provide fast, secure web experiences to their customers and end-users, while reducing the workload on their own internal teams. Large companies, such as those offering mass hosting or managing multi-brand portfolios, can now quickly and easily manage hundreds of thousands of certificates in bulk.

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Introducing our open source app training

Customer Support Engineer Kami Richey built an application for testing Fastly. In this post, she walks you through setting up your own test application and using Fastly’s UI to explore commonly used features first hand….

Five ways to optimize your Drupal site

Neerav Mehta, founder & CEO of Red Crackle, walks us through how to optimize your Drupal site.

Securing online transactions: announcing our plan for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 deprecation

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Q&A: How to use Fastly + Logentries for immediate insight into log data

Read our Q&A with Logentries’ Director of Product Marketing, Matt Kiernan, and learn how to use Fastly + Logentries for immediate insight into log data.

Engineering a more resilient internet

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Q&A: How Fastly’s Heroku add-on helps improve developer and customer experiences

In this Q&A, Fastly’s Michael May and Heroku’s Peter Cho discuss the benefits of Fastly’s Heroku add-on and why it’s important for enterprises to focus on both developer and customer experiences.

Announcing Edge Dictionaries: Make faster decisions at the edge

We’re always seeking ways to give our customers more control at the edge. With this in mind, we’re excited to announce Edge Dictionaries, which give you the ability to create readable key/value pairs using our…

Restricting access to content

In this blog post, Vladimir Vuksan outlines three common methods you can use for blocking or limiting access to content with Fastly.

GitHub’s Joe Williams discusses mitigating security threats

At Fastly Altitude 2015, Joe Williams, a computer operator at GitHub, gave a talk on mitigating security threats (like DDoS attacks) with a CDN. This post is an overview of his talk, with full video…

The importance of performance monitoring

Your site’s performance needs to be monitored closely, but once you start your monitoring initiative, you might find yourself drowning in an endless wave of information. This can make it difficult for you to get…

Raising $75 million to fund global expansion

We’ve raised $75 million in Series D funding led by Iconiq Capital, with new contributions from existing investors Amplify Partners, August Capital, Battery Ventures, IDG Ventures, and O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures.

Extending your application to the edge with Fastly

We often say that Fastly can easily become an extension of your app — there are three major components that make this possible: caching, control, and visibility.