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Edge cloud platform

Fastly’s global edge cloud platform processes, serves, and secures your applications as close to your users as possible, at the edge of the network. Whether you’re preparing for Black Friday, streaming the championship game, or simply ensuring that your site and applications are fast and secure — Fastly can help. Our platform empowers your teams to meet rising customer expectations and focus on what matters most: your core business.

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Edge compute technology

Harness powerful features and capabilities at the edge, empower innovation, and deliver fast, personalized experiences.

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Content delivery & image optimization

Accelerate dynamic assets, cache unpredictably changing content, and serve images from the edge.

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Video & streaming

Accelerate video on demand and live streaming experiences across multiple devices and platforms.

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Cloud security

Gain real-time insights into events and notifications and update your security policies globally in seconds.

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Load balancing

Instantly auto-scale your applications without modifying existing infrastructure.

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Managed CDN

Achieve maximum control and flexibility with our Managed CDN, deployed within your private network.

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Modern protocols for a stronger foundation

Fastly’s edge cloud platform now supports HTTP/3 and QUIC — the web’s two newest protocols. See how these foundational standards enable better digital experiences on a global scale.

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Requests per second

This is a count of every request across our network in the last second.

Cache hit ratio

This is the ratio of cacheable content served from cache to cacheable content that needed to be fetched from a customer’s origin. Cacheable content is defined as content that has not been explicitly marked to always be fetched from the origin.

Hit time

The average amount of time it takes to serve a piece of content that is cached on one of our servers.


This is the current aggregate size of all content served from all our servers in the last second.