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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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Lean Threat Intelligence Part 3: Battling log absurdity with Kafka

In “Lean Threat Intelligence Part 2: The foundation,” we explained how we built our log management system, Graylog, using Chef. Next, we’ll cover how we created a message pipeline that allows us to route messages…

Altitude 2016: the future of the edge

Last week we gathered a group of innovative industry leaders from around the world for our second annual customer summit in San Francisco. This year’s Altitude focused on the future of the edge, and we…

Introducing the next generation of the Fastly control panel

We know our customers need complete visibility into what’s happening with their applications; with Fastly, we strive to give you instant feedback at the edge, allowing you to innovate and iterate in real time. With…

Announcing Common Encryption & demuxing support for MPEG-DASH packaging

We’re excited to announce we’re enhancing our MPEG-DASH packaging support to include Common Encryption and demuxing audio and video representations, two features that will better allow you to comply with most MPEG-DASH video players.

Announcing Limited Availability for IPv6

Our Limited Availability program for IPv6 is here! Here’s how you sign up.

The fallacy of fast: Ines Sombra at Altitude 2015

We hosted our first-ever customer summit in June of last year, with the goal of bringing together our customers and the people who build our products to discuss web performance, Varnish, and the future of…

TLS 1.2-only delivery is now available

Earlier this year we updated you on our revised deprecation plan for TLS 1.0 and 1.1. We’re happy to announce that you can now request migration to TLS 1.2-only hosts if you’ve purchased a paid…

Announcing Limited Availability for HTTP/2

As promised in March of this year, we are excited to announce that our HTTP/2 Limited Availability (LA) program is here. Here’s how you get started.

Introducing 100 Gigabit Ethernet into the Fastly network

As we continue to scale our network, we regularly evaluate technology advancements that keep us on the leading edge. One of these advancements is 100 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) switches in single rack-unit formats, and we’ve…

Microservices war stories

The popularity of implementing microservices in today’s application landscape continues to rise. There have been countless success stories focused on migrating from a monolithic architecture (a single large application stored in one code repository) to…

Why having more POPs isn’t always better

We’re often asked why having more POPs doesn’t necessarily make a CDN faster. To help illustrate, we’ll use an analogy of convenience stores versus supermarkets.

Recapping our second Fastly Security Speaker Series

On May 25, we had over 50 security researchers and engineers from the Bay Area and beyond in our San Francisco office for our recurring Fastly Security Speaker Series. This event focused on hardware security,…