Category Archives: CDN HTTP/2

HTTP/2 For Web Developers
12 Jul 2016
HTTP (or HyperText Transfer Protocol) is the protocol which manages the connection between your server and the clients’ browser. The first and the oldest HTTP protocol was described in 1991. At present we are using its updated version HTTP/1 which was released in late 1999. However, nowadays more and more web developers are talking about the necessity of switching their websites to the new HTTP/2 protocol. So what is HTTP/2 and why do we need it? The reason why we have [...]
Let’s Encrypt
30 Jun 2016
This story dates back to 2015 when the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG) decided to present Beta for the Let’s Encrypt software. The main purpose of this project was to help internet users get a more secure connection between their servers and browsers called Secure Socket Layer (SSL) free of charge. On April the 12th, 2015, the program has abandoned its Beta status and initiated a new wave of changes in the worldwide internet community making millions of users change [...]
SSL Security
06 Jan 2016
Let’s Encrypt is a free, and open certificate authority, run for the public’s benefit. Let’s Encrypt is provided by the Internet Security Research Group and sponsored by Mozilla, Cisco, Akamai, OVH, Google Chrome, Facebook and many others. CDNsun has integrated with Let's Encrypt which allows us to provide free custom SSL CDN certificates to all our clients. So you don't need to spend your money on buying an SSL certificate for your CDN domain from a third-party certificate authority because [...]
HTTP/2 CDN
13 Dec 2015
Since the middle of November 2015 all our HTTP CDN services (CDN Static and CDN Static Push) support the new HTTP/2 protocol. We have deployed several tools and articles into our CDN knowledge base to help you to get familiar with this fantastic improvement of the traditional HTTP protocol. Allows you test if your CDN service or your website is compatible with the new HTTP/2 protocol. Please note that all current browsers that support HTTP/2 require SSL encrypted connection for [...]