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August 17

Fastly CISO Mike Johnson and Brave Software Senior DevOps Engineer Ben Kero share their practical advice for cementing more holistic security practices within your CI/CD pipeline.

August 11

Developer-centricity is now a mission-critical philosophy for companies to embrace. And during COVID-19, we all know that the stakes have never been higher. We’ve seen that businesses that…

August 10

When it comes to the size of the encryption keys used in server certificates, bigger isn’t necessarily better. In this post, we explore why this is the case by examining the function of the…

August 5

If you’re evaluating web application security tools exclusively for their security requirements, you may be missing one of the most essential opportunities to successfully grow your secure…

August 3

Fastly's heritage of security runs deep — far beyond our portfolio of web application and API security products. Our philosophy of developer empowerment, focus on community, and values…

July 27

Progressive developers are increasingly using the edge of the network to power more performant and customized apps. With the use cases mounting, it seems there's very little that can't be…

July 23

If you’re among our newest community members, we’d love to show you more of what Fastly has to offer. Once you’ve covered the basics of our getting started guide, check out the resources in…

July 13

With the introduction of Compute@Edge, Fastly provides a richer model for the CPU. WebAssembly, powered and secured by the Lucet compiler and runtime, unlocks essentially arbitrary code…

July 6

The Cache-Control response header is one of HTTP’s more widely known header fields; it allows a site to control how caches handle their data in CDNs, browsers, and elsewhere. This post digs…

June 30

Observability is hard. Distributed systems, dev and testing environments, and outside vendors all complicate the problem. With Compute@Edge, Fastly wants to make observability easier. Here’s…

June 29

Building our own compiler toolchain allows Compute@Edge to be both performant and secure. It also means we have to bring developers’ most-loved language into the fold in the right way.

June 29

TLS 1.3 is now available for Fastly customers. The newest version of the TLS protocol, TLS 1.3 is designed to improve the performance and security of traffic served over HTTPS.