Definition updated on November 2023

What is Cloudflare?

A content delivery network (CDN) and cloud security platform called Cloudflare offers services for website performance, security, and optimization. It serves as a go-between for a website's server and users, enhancing website stability and speed while also shielding it from internet dangers. These kinds of websites benefit from the security and performance that Cloudflare offers. Increasing the security, effectiveness, and dependability of everything connected to the Internet is the mission of Cloudflare, a provider of Internet infrastructure. Cloudflare offers a straightforward installation and use process and offers the majority of its main functions without charge. For administering your website, Cloudflare offers both a UI and an API. The majority of Cloudflare’s main capabilities, such as DNS hosting, CDN, Firewall, Page rules, Analytics, and many others, are available for free with some restrictions despite the company's Freemium business strategy.

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