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Fastly vs BunnyCDN: What are the differences?

Developers describe Fastly as "We're redefining content delivery". Fastly's real-time content delivery network gives you total control over your content, unprecedented access to performance analytics, and the ability to instantly update content in 150 milliseconds. On the other hand, BunnyCDN is detailed as "A super cheap, but lightning fast CDN to speed up your website". It is a lightning fast CDN that comes at a fraction of the cost of traditional Content Delivery Networks, yet offers great features and performance with a global network.

Fastly and BunnyCDN can be categorized as "Content Delivery Network" tools.

Some of the features offered by Fastly are:

  • static content delivery
  • event-driven content delivery
  • Dynamic Site Acceleration (DSA)

On the other hand, BunnyCDN provides the following key features:

  • Extreme Performance
  • Delivery Control Icon
  • Security Icon

BunnyCDN is an open source tool with 10 GitHub stars and 6 GitHub forks. Here's a link to BunnyCDN's open source repository on GitHub.

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Pros of BunnyCDN
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      Real-time updates
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      Fastest CDN
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      Powerful API
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      Great support
    • 13
      Great customer support
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      Custom VCL
    • 6
      Instant Purging
    • 5
      Tag-based Purging
    • 5
      Good pricing
    • 4
      HTTP/2 Support
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      Best CDN
    • 3
      Image processing on demande (Fastly IO)
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      Speed & functionality

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    Cons of BunnyCDN
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        Minimum $50/mo spend

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      What is BunnyCDN?

      BunnyCDN is a reliable, powerful and lightning fast CDN designed to offer incredible performance at the worlds most cost-effective pricing.

      What is Fastly?

      Fastly's real-time content delivery network gives you total control over your content, unprecedented access to performance analytics, and the ability to instantly update content in 150 milliseconds.

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