“We see a lot of synergy between CoolHandle and CloudFlare. It just madesense for us to work together. Adding features to further enhanceperformance for our customers is always welcome,” said Ryan Morris,Marketing Director at CoolHandle. “Over on our end, the service reducesload on our servers and greatly improves efficiency and speed. In turn,CloudFlare’s services receive greater exposure among our customers.”
“We’re excited to partner with CoolHandle,” says Matthew Prince, CEO of CloudFlare. “The CoolHandle team has been terrific to work with to developa cPanel plug-in that allows their customers to not only to sign up forthe service with one click, but also see basic statistics and CloudFlaresettings right from their control panel.”
CloudFlare improves website performance by caching content onto itsglobally distributed network of proxy servers. This extra layer orprotection in turn stops potential malicious attacks from crawlers andbots before they reach the customer¹s origin server.
CoolHandle, Inc (www.coolhandle.com) Privately held and based in LosAngeles, CoolHandle was founded in 2001 by a team of IT professionals tointroduce a new standard in the fast-changing environment of web hosting.With over 10 years of web hosting experience on various hosting platformsand operating systems, particularly Linux, CoolHandle brings a wealth ofknowledge and the capability to handle any hosting needs. This experiencealso comes with the support and knowledge customers have come to rely on,ensuring them that their questions are being resolved timely andeffectively.
CloudFlare, Inc. (www.cloudflare.com / @cloudflare) brings the performanceand security tools previously reserved for the Internet giants to the restof the web. Powering thousands of websites, CloudFlare’s free serviceaccelerates performance, protects against attacks, and gets smarter as itscommunity expands. Headquartered in San Francisco, California, CloudFlarewas the winner of the Most Innovative Company at TechCrunch Disrupt 2010and founded by the engineering team behind Project Honey Pot.