Day 1: ENCRYPTED SNI
Cloudflare is fixing one of the core Internet bugs by keeping hostnames private using Encrypted Server Name Indication (SNI). All domains on Cloudflare using our authoritative name servers get Encrypted SNI enabled by default. Explore the protection of Encrypted SNI.
Day 2: SUPPORT FOR QUIC (Beta)
Cloudflare is looking forward to the standardization of the new QUIC protocol being developed by the IETF. Applications are being accepted for early access to our test implementation that allows developers to validate their QUIC deployments before supported web browsers become available. Learn more about QUIC.
Day 3: BANDWIDTH ALLIANCE
The Bandwidth Alliance is a group of forward-thinking cloud and networking companies that are committed to discounting or waiving data transfer (also known as bandwidth) fees for shared customers. Learn how the Bandwidth Alliance reduces costs.
Cloudflare Registrar lets you securely register and manage your domain name with transparent, no-markup pricing that eliminates surprise renewal fees and hidden add-on charges. Be one of the first to transfer your domain to Cloudflare. Register for early access to the Cloudflare Registrar.
Day 5: WORKERS KV (Beta)
Cloudflare Workers KV provides access to a secure low latency key-value store at all 153 Cloudflare data centers. Developers can use Cloudflare Workers and Workers KV to augment existing applications or to build entirely new applications on top of Cloudflare’s global cloud network. Workers KV scales seamlessly to support applications serving dozens or millions of users. Explore how Workers KV allows for serverless key-value storage.