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CloudFlare vs KeyCDN: What are the differences?

Developers describe CloudFlare as "The Web Performance & Security Company". Cloudflare speeds up and protects millions of websites, APIs, SaaS services, and other properties connected to the Internet. On the other hand, KeyCDN is detailed as "A CDN crafted with ease and simplicity in mind - speed up your website". KeyCDN is a superfast Content Delivery Network with best prices on the market. This CDN allows you to accelerate any kind of content.

CloudFlare and KeyCDN can be primarily classified as "Content Delivery Network" tools.

Some of the features offered by CloudFlare are:

  • CDN
  • WAF (Web Application Firewall)
  • DDOS Protection

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

  • HTTP/2 support
  • Free automated Let's Encrypt SSL
  • Pay-as-you-go pricing

"Easy setup, great cdn" is the primary reason why developers consider CloudFlare over the competitors, whereas "Pay-as-you-go" was stated as the key factor in picking KeyCDN.

According to the StackShare community, CloudFlare has a broader approval, being mentioned in 2300 company stacks & 712 developers stacks; compared to KeyCDN, which is listed in 34 company stacks and 12 developer stacks.

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Pros of CloudFlare
Pros of KeyCDN
  • 421
    Easy setup, great cdn
  • 274
    Free ssl
  • 196
    Easy setup
  • 184
    Security
  • 179
    Ssl
  • 94
    Great cdn
  • 76
    Optimizer
  • 69
    Simple
  • 43
    Great UI
  • 27
    Great js cdn
  • 11
    DNS Analytics
  • 11
    HTTP/2 Support
  • 11
    AutoMinify
  • 11
    Apps
  • 8
    Easy
  • 8
    Ipv6
  • 8
    Rocket Loader
  • 7
    IPv6 "One Click"
  • 6
    Nice DNS
  • 6
    Cheapest SSL
  • 6
    Amazing performance
  • 6
    API
  • 6
    Free GeoIP
  • 6
    Fantastic CDN service
  • 6
    SSHFP
  • 5
    SPDY
  • 5
    Free and reliable, Faster then anyone else
  • 5
    DNSSEC
  • 4
    Ip
  • 4
    Asynchronous resource loading
  • 3
    Performance
  • 3
    Global Load Balancing
  • 3
    Ubuntu
  • 3
    Easy Use
  • 1
    CDN
  • 1
    Support for SSHFP records
  • 1
    Maker
  • 40
    Pay-as-you-go
  • 36
    Cheapest cdn pricing ever
  • 27
    No subscription
  • 26
    Easy setup
  • 22
    Free shared ssl
  • 21
    Fastest cdn i've ever used
  • 16
    Ssd-optimized edge servers
  • 16
    Cheap
  • 15
    Great support
  • 14
    Quick support
  • 7
    Free Custom SSL
  • 5
    Supports HTTP/2 and available globally
  • 4
    No time limit for spending credit
  • 3
    Build for developers
  • 3
    Support Let's Encrypt
  • 2
    Supports SPDY
  • 2
    Server from Turkey
  • 2
    5 zones included
  • 2
    Easy as pie to setup
  • 2
    Brotli Support
  • 2
    No credit card required for free trial
  • 2
    Real-time Log Forwarding
  • 1
    Fastest CDN
  • 1
    Easy to setup & improve website loading speed
  • 1
    Haven't had much time to tinker, but YES
  • 1
    Its very reliable and easy to use
  • 1
    Great customer support, easy setup
  • 0
    A very capable CDN with an affordable price tag

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Cons of CloudFlare
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    No support for SSHFP records
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    What is CloudFlare?

    Cloudflare speeds up and protects millions of websites, APIs, SaaS services, and other properties connected to the Internet.

    What is KeyCDN?

    KeyCDN offers super fast and secure content delivery for minimal loading time. In addition to the CDN, it also offers advanced image processing and many other features such as live logs and Let's Encrypt SSL.

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    What are some alternatives to CloudFlare and KeyCDN?
    Akamai
    If you've ever shopped online, downloaded music, watched a web video or connected to work remotely, you've probably used Akamai's cloud platform. Akamai helps businesses connect the hyperconnected, empowering them to transform and reinvent their business online. We remove the complexities of technology, so you can focus on driving your business faster forward.
    MaxCDN
    The MaxCDN Content Delivery Network efficiently delivers your site’s static file through hundreds of servers instead of slogging through a single host. This "smart route" technology distributes your content to your visitors via the city closest to them.
    Incapsula
    Through an application-aware, global content delivery network (CDN), Incapsula provides any website and web application with best-of-breed security, DDoS protection, load balancing and failover solutions.
    Netlify
    Netlify is smart enough to process your site and make sure all assets gets optimized and served with perfect caching-headers from a cookie-less domain. We make sure your HTML is served straight from our CDN edge nodes without any round-trip to our backend servers and are the only ones to give you instant cache invalidation when you push a new deploy. Netlify is also the only static hosting service with integrated continuous deployment.
    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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