We started our full migration of web services to Cloudflare in mid-2019. We concluded our full migration of web services to Cloudflare on 11th February 2021 at which time we decommissioned our DigitalOcean origin servers. We removed our edge servers back in 2017 when we migrated to Cloudflare. We have
2020 is already showcasing the march of public cloud. Major public cloud providers: Microsoft AzureAmazon Web Services (AWS)Google Cloud PlatformDigitalOceanIBM CloudPublic cloud options include: KamateraServerspaceLinodeScienceSoftScalaHostingCloudwaysOVHcloudLiquidWebSiteGroundWP EngineVultrCloudSigmaRackspaceMasiveGridVMwareSalesforceOracle CloudVerizon CloudNaviSiteOpenNebulaPivotalDell CloudLimeStoneQuadranet Cloudflare does not naturally challenge all aspects of the public cloud services provided; however, this is set to change over
The War for CaaS Communications as a Service, a middleware and software level as a Service, is abbreviated to CaaS. I am currently working on my Software Defined Elastic Content Delivery Network (SDECDN) research paper. Within this paper, I am loosely defining Containerisation as a Service, abbreviated to CaaS. Containerisation
I have compiled a little list of the enhancements I think DigitalOcean (DO) should be making These enhancements are linked from the DO community feedback web site. Pooled Bandwidth DO competitors allow for pooled bandwidth, the community would like the same for load balanced and floating IP enabled networked droplets.