April 30, 2014 | Chris Ueland
MaxCDN is hosting local meetups for the technology community. We bring together web enthusiasts, inspiring entrepreneurs, tech experts & newbies alike. Our guests meet to discuss a variety of topics including Linux, PHP, jQuery, Open Source and other breaking or trending technology news. Feel free to stop by and check out our meetups at... Read More
April 28, 2014 | Josh Mervine
As we all know, MaxCDN can do wonders to speed up the client side load of web applications. For those using Express on Node.js and serving assets from Amazon S3, niftylettuce has written a the express-cdn module. It takes all the work out of compressing and synchronizing your assets with S3. Contents Getting Started An Introduction to Express Amazon S3 Setup Configuring MaxCDN with... Read More
April 25, 2014 | David Henzel
Customers often ask us if having the same image on different servers could impact SEO. We now have an official answer, as Google blogged about image indexing: Q: “Is it a problem if my images can be found on multiple domains or subdomains I own — for example, CDNs or related sites?” Generally, the best... Read More
April 18, 2014 | David Henzel
We’ve recently partnered with Sucuri CloudProxy to make website security a snap. CloudProxy is a Web Application Firewall (WAF) and intrusion detection system (IDS) that sits in front of your website. It protects from a huge variety of attacks, ranging from distributed denial of service (DDoS), SQL injection, and cross-site scripting. New vulnerabilities are found... Read More
April 14, 2014 | Dmitriy Akulov
We’ve just launched two performance tools at tools.maxcdn.com, which let you compare the HTTP and ping performance between two websites. Today we’ll see how the tools work behind the scenes. Overview At a high-level, we needed a flexible, easy-to-manage architecture to run performance tests from servers around the world. Here’s a summary of the major... Read More
April 10, 2014 | Max Shubin
Update (Wednesday April 16th 2014) For those who are using EdgeSSL and had MaxCDN purchase your certificate, your private keys have been updated without any interruption of service. For those who uploaded their own certificates we urge you to regenerate your private keys and upload the new certificates ASAP. You can follow this support article on how to... Read More
April 4, 2014 | Dmitriy Akulov
CDNs are a direct way to speed up your website, but sometimes it’s hard to see the exact performance difference, especially if you have a new and old site running simultaneously. Not any more! We’ve built tools.maxcdn.com to make side-by-side performance differences a snap: There’s many services out there that ping a single domain and... Read More
March 26, 2014 | Justin Dorfman
The latest edition of EdgeRules is here, and includes built-in recipes that help you customize the behavior of your CDN. EdgeRules Recipes show popular options for changing the default CDN behavior. With a few clicks you can now hide S3 headers, force HTTPS connections, or include a CORS header Once you’re familiar with common EdgeRules... Read More
March 24, 2014 | Ivan Dabic
While playing around with the MaxCDN Python API, I stumbled across pygooglechart, a nice library for generating reports. Today we’ll cover how to combine API results with explains how to combine charts with various usage reports from the CDN. To get started, install our API library and the charting library with python-pip: $ sudo pip... Read More
March 12, 2014 | Justin Dorfman
Since joining MaxCDN 3 years ago, I’ve seen a lot of HTTP headers. In fact, I have a bash alias in my profile named icurl: alias icurl="curl -I" (The -I flag returns the HTTP headers without fetching the actual content of the page.) Recently, a header struck a chord and made me say “%$#@ that’s... Read More
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