As another quarter ends we are happy to announce the following updates to our product portfolio. On the security side, we now offer a variety of TLS certificate options including GlobalSign OV and multi-domain. Customers can also manage Fastly TLS and Platform TLS through Terraform. We introduced our first managed security offering - Fastly Response Security Service - for rapid response in the event of a suspected attack. Dedicated Protocol Addresses has been promoted to General Availability. Nearline Cache, a long tail storage solution, was announced in Limited Availability. Customers can also easily reserve network capacity for high traffic events with Capacity Reservation. In real-time logging, the Amazon Kinesis endpoint has also graduated to General Availability.
As we enter a new year we are excited to see what 2021 has in store for our product portfolio.
Compute@Edge continues to grow with the addition of Log Tailing. Fastly TLS: Multi-SAN certificates entered limited availability and the Fastly WAF rule library grew. On the Signal Sciences side, the ATO and API Dashboards were updated to display security telemetry for over 20 signals and the official Okta integration added support for provisioning and user management. Fastly now offers High Volume Logging for customers who use real-time logging at scale. The Logging Metrics UI has also been updated, along with added region support for Logentries and maximum bytes for Microsoft Azure Blob storage.
This past year was quite an adventure and we are proud to announce our latest releases through the last months of 2020.
Our product portfolio for media and entertainment providers grew to include Media Shield for VOD, Device Detection, and OTFP Multi-language support in LA. On the delivery side, our Metro Shield in Los Angeles, California is now in production and HTTP3/QUIC is in limited availability. Compute@Edge graduated to limited availability and we are excited to see what customers build in this new serverless compute environment. In response to the needs of some of our enterprise customers, we enabled multi account user access within the Fastly application to streamline logins. Last but definitely not least we added Apache Kafka in general availability and Amazon Kinesis Data Stream in limited availability to our ever-growing list of logging endpoints.
This quarter Fastly has made great strides to bring Fastly to the Google Cloud Marketplace and strengthen our security portfolio. Fastly is the first edge cloud platform to be available in the GCP marketplace. On the security side, Fastly WAF and TLS 1.3 are functional in General Availability with TLS Commercial CA option with Globalsign in Limited Availability. We also continue to improve our existing products and services such as Fastly Image Optimizer, Terraform support, real-time logging, and network performance. The Diff view in the Fastly app has also been adjusted to upgrade usability.
We are excited to announce another quarter of updates and launches. Our network capacity has reached 100 tbps, a proud milestone for our team. Our Developer Hub is up and running, helping Fastly customers get the most from our platform. On the logging front, we added a Datadog endpoint in limited availability. In the Fastly App, Audit View is now available to all Fastly users along with additional user experience enhancements. And at the start of the quarter, the Round Robin director was officially retired.
We began 2020 by launching Origin Connect and Cloud Optimizer as we continually strive to improve performance and reliability. We also enabled Force SSO with SAML, adding another layer of security to our platform, and Image Optimizer, a feature built to Auto Optimize and reduce individual image analysis. On the logging front, we moved Elasticsearch to General Availability and several other endpoints to Limited Availability. We also continue to improve our Varnish stack. For more information on recent releases, continue reading below.
In Q4 2019, we ended the year with a bang by launching Fastly TLS and Concierge TLS into General Availability (GA). We also announced Compute@Edge, the next step in Fastly’s edge computing capabilities and performed a demo at our customer summit, Altitude NYC. In addition to our exciting new launches, we continually extend our network, enhance our Fastly control panel, and add to our Varnish stack. For more information on recent releases, continue reading below.
In Q3 2019, we moved Media Shield and Segmented Caching to GA, improved the UI of the “Add a domain” feature within the Fastly app control panel, restructured the navigation of Fastly’s documentation site based on customer feedback and usability testing, added support for the latest version of Terraform, and added Elasticsearch as an endpoint to our Real-Time Log Streaming feature. Continue reading for details on this quarters’ releases.
In Q2, we added support for several new logging endpoints, enhanced the user experience in our control panel, improved our Terraform provider support, and now provide more flexibility over how content is delivered over our network to help customers better control their delivery costs. We also brought our total global number of Fastly POPs to 64, along with 52 Tbps of connected network capacity (as of 6/30/19).
In Q1 2019, we focused on increasing the scalability of our edge cloud platform, with the release of several new features in general availability (GA) and limited availability (LA). We also brought online several new POPs, bringing the global number of Fastly POPs to 60 and increasing our total connected edge capacity to 45 Tbps.
In Q4, we released several new features in general availability (GA) and limited availability (LA). We also brought online three new POPs, bringing our total global number of Fastly POPs to 57 and bringing our total connected edge capacity to 37.5 Tbps.
In Q3, we added an assortment of new features and increased the size of our network. We introduced functionality to further enhance security at scale, decrease time to first byte for large and encrypted files, add basic effects to images, and more. We also brought our total global number of Fastly POPs to 54, along with 26 Tbps of connected network capacity. Read on to learn what we’ve been up to last quarter.