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April 29

Decoding the digital divide

This series on the digital divide examines the data behind several yet-unexplored facets of the issue, the people and places it impacts most greatly, and what can and should be done to close…

April 28

Evaluating new languages for Compute@Edge

Learn about our process and approach for evaluating which new languages our serverless compute environment — Compute@Edge — will support next.

April 27

Generous, innovative, resilient: this is the web at its best

We’ve long recognized that the organizations in our community build more than applications and codebases. In this unprecedented global moment, our customers, partners, and friends are…

April 17

How HTTP/3 and QUIC aim to help the connections that need it most

HTTP/3 and QUIC aim to help the internet's so-called long-tail connections — connections that are most in need of improvement. What could that look like? For some, it could mean being able…

April 9

Reflecting on one month of our COVID-19 response: putting people first

It’s been more than a month since going fully remote, and I’m reflecting on our internal response, how it’s shifted weekly based on learnings, and what it all says about our values and…

April 8

How COVID-19 is affecting internet performance

How is COVID-19 affecting internet performance? We analyzed regional and vertical trends and found that, despite COVID-19-related traffic increases, the internet is up to the challenge.

April 7

Giving back: announcing $50M in support of nonprofits and open source

In light of COVID-19, we’re expanding our Open Source and Nonprofit Program, and more actively investing in organizations supporting good in the world.

April 3

Four key innovations that prepared the internet for COVID-19

These crucial pieces of internet architecture — only widely adopted over the last 10 years — are creating the capacity for us to live, work, and learn from home in unprecedented conditions.

March 31

Fastly expands logging endpoints to include Elasticsearch, New Relic Logs, Google Pub/Sub, and HTTPS

Fastly now supports new logging endpoints Elasticsearch, New Relic Logs, Google Pub/Sub, and an HTTPS endpoint to empower developers to work the way they want.

March 26

Capacity planning and network expansion in a remote-first world

Get a behind-the-scenes look at how Fastly's approach to managing our network capacity, supply chain, and human capital allows us to observe, respond, and adapt to rapidly changing…

March 19

Meet Fastly’s new security dashboard integrations for WAF and real-time logging

Using integrations with BigQuery and Looker, we’ve created 15 chart templates that help you effectively monitor security events on your sites and applications, in real time.

March 17

Purging Fastly using GCP cloud functions

When using Fastly in front of Google Cloud Storage, cloud functions can enable purging of Fastly’s edge cloud platform instantly and selectively to ensure content updates are seen by users…