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Privacy friendly CDN alternative to CloudFlare?
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Privacy friendly CDN alternative to CloudFlare?

Basically question in the title. Looking for alternative option (paid) for CloudFlare. Preferably based in EU. Any suggestions?

So far I have found only keyCDN, but not sure how good they are. Anyone have experience with them?

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  • NeoonNeoon Member, Community Contributor

    bunnyCDN.

    Thanked by 1TheGreatOakley
  • You should try cloudfront as well.

  • edited November 8

    @jwg29859 said:
    You should try cloudfront as well.

    → Amazon
    → Privacy friendly

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  • Define "privacy friendly".

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  • ArvanCloud?

  • Btw: Any paid cdn that supports websocket?

  • sanvitsanvit Member
    edited November 8

    @saywhat13 said:
    Btw: Any paid cdn that supports websocket?

    iirc AWS does. StackPath does too.
    Cloudflare too (technically if you sign up for their pro (or bigger) plans it's a paid CDN - although I do believe this isn't what you're looking for)

  • @ehhthing said:
    Define "privacy friendly".

    Good question. For me it's:

    1. Based outside USA. Preferably EU/EAA.
    2. Open source
    3. Audited (security)
    4. Transparency reports
    5. Public-facing leadership or ownership
  • vpsshvpssh Member

    @sanvit said:
    ArvanCloud?

    I'm afraid an Iranian ISP does not deserve to be privacy friendly.

  • tjntjn Member

    Bunny.net are great.

    To answer your orignal question - KeyCDN are also very good, I've used them in the past and only moved away to lower costs.

  • niranjanniranjan Member
    edited November 8

    idk about privacy stuff, but if you want speed, Cloudfront is a good alternative. Their free plan is more than enough for a website with 100k~ monthly pageviews.

  • patropatro Member

    @TheGreatOakley said:
    So far I have found only keyCDN, but not sure how good they are. Anyone have experience with them?

    I had keyCDN for 3 month, their price is higher (for me it was 3 times more in average than bunnyCDN) than their competitors but if you have a lot of traffic (not a new project) then their prices goes down and becomes competitive.

  • None, they are all MITM making basic security like SSL useless.
    Selfhost your own "CDN" on bare metal with FDE.

  • GCORE Provides free CDN upto 1TB - https://gcore.com/ (not sure if privacy friendly or not)

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