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Building Cloudflare TV from scratchCloudflare TV is a 24x7 TV channel that takes you behind-the-scenes and let’s you hear directly from the builders working on your favorite Cloudflare products. This blog post covers the story of why we decided to build Cloudflare TV in-house and some of the technologies that make it possible.1
Cloudflare Global Network Expands to 193 CitiesCloudflare’s global network currently spans 193 cities across 90+ countries. With over 20 million Internet properties on our network, we increase the security, performance, and reliability of large portions of the Internet every time we add a location.
Why is there a "V" in SIGSEGV Segmentation Fault?My program received a SIGSEGV signal and crashed with "Segmentation Fault" message. Where does the "V" come from? Did I read it wrong? Was there a "Segmentation *V*ault?"? Or did Linux authors make a mistake? Shouldn't the signal be named SIGSEGF?1
Comparing HTTP/3 vs. HTTP/2 PerformanceWe announced support for HTTP/3, the successor to HTTP/2, during Cloudflare’s birthday week last year. Our goal is and has always been to help build a better Internet. Even though HTTP/3 is still in draft status, we've seen a lot of interest from our users.1
Announcing the Results of the 22.214.171.124 Public DNS Resolver Privacy ExaminationWe took a big step toward improving Internet privacy and security with the launch of the 126.96.36.199 public DNS resolver. And we really meant privacy first. We were not satisfied with the status quo and believed that secure DNS resolution with transparent privacy practices should be the new normal.1
Introducing 188.8.131.52 for FamiliesIntroducing 184.108.40.206 for Families — the easiest way to add a layer of protection to your home network and protect it from malware and adult content. 220.127.116.11 for Families leverages Cloudflare's global network to ensure that it is fast and secure around the world.1
Announcing the Beta for WARP for macOS and WindowsWhile WARP started as an option within the 18.104.22.168 app, it's really a technology that can benefit any device connected to the Internet. In fact, one of the most common requests we've gotten over the last year is support for WARP for macOS and Windows. Today we're announcing exactly that.1
Introducing Quicksilver: Configuration Distribution at Internet ScaleCloudflare’s network processes more than fourteen million HTTP requests per second at peak for Internet users around the world. We spend a lot of time thinking about the tools we use to make those requests faster and more secure.1
On the shoulders of giants: recent changes in Internet trafficAs the COVID-19 emergency continues and an increasing number of cities and countries are establishing quarantines or cordons sanitaire, the Internet has become, for many, the primary method to keep in touch with their friends and families.