March 31, 2015 | Robert Gibb
Since we helped throttle the FCC last year, it’s been a long journey for net neutrality in the United States. But on February 26, the FCC voted in favor of net neutrality and created the Open Internet rules as part of their promise to keep the Internet unrestricted and available to everyone. Broadband Internet providers,... Read More
March 25, 2015 | Stephen Dionne
MaxCDN is proud to present #MaxScale, our new series that takes an in-depth look at how growing tech companies handle scale at the highest levels of bandwidth, storage, analysis and more. In this installment, we chat with AdRoll’s CTO Valentino Volonghi. In 2007, a team of four people founded advertising startup AdRoll. Established and headquartered... Read More
March 11, 2015 | Taylor Dondich
I started at MaxCDN splitting my time between our headquarters in LA and my hometown Las Vegas. When I joined the company, our team was fairly small. Four people in engineering, four in DevOps, and about 20 team members company-wide. From the time I started nearly two years ago, MaxCDN has more than tripled in... Read More
March 5, 2015 | Max Shubin
On March 3rd, 2015, researchers discovered a new SSL/TLS exploit termed FREAK. FREAK uses deliberately weakened cryptography to intercept and decrypt encrypted communications. None of our customers are vulnerable to this attack, and we’re committed to preventing similar attacks from occurring in the future. What is FREAK? FREAK, short for “Factoring RSA-EXPORT Keys,” takes advantage... Read More
| Eamonn Pascal
Our engineering team has released some improvements that streamline SSL certification management and provide clearer visibility in the control panel and API. Easier SSL Certification Management SSL certificates are now bound to accounts rather than individual zones. This makes it easier to manage multiple certificates and do updates in batch form – something particularly useful... Read More
March 2, 2015 | Justin Dorfman
It seems like just yesterday we rolled out SPDY support to all of our customers. But Google announced on February 8th its plan to remove SPDY from its Chrome browser in 2016. The reason? To make way for HTTP/2, the official successor of the HTTP protocol that was recently completed and approved. For those who... Read More
February 26, 2015 | Chris Hardee
MaxCDN is proud to present #MaxScale, our new series that takes an in-depth look at how growing tech companies handle scale at the highest levels of bandwidth, storage, analysis and more. In this installment we chat with Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten, co-founder of The Next Web that uses MaxCDN as its content delivery network. The... Read More
February 25, 2015 | Eamonn Pascal
Now video streaming is more powerful through MaxCDN pull zones. Recently we enabled our new mp4 module for all MaxCDN customers. This Nginx module was created in-house by our developers, specifically for the use cases of companies that deliver video. What This Means for You Now there’s no need for videos to be fully cached... Read More
February 24, 2015 | Whitney Cline
In February 2015, we finalized our company core values and made them public to our team and the world. This post will give you background on what inspired these values and what each of them mean. Leading Up to Our Core Values MaxCDN began as a startup in 2009 with about 5 people, nearly doubling... Read More
February 19, 2015 | Robert Gibb
We’re not shy about touting the virtues of SSL. In fact, we encourage our customers to encrypt their websites whenever possible. Despite its growing relevance, one of the most common arguments we hear against the adoption of SSL is that it’s too slow. In this post, we examine some claims behind this argument and current... Read More
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