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  • Serving Images with a Custom CDN using node js ?
    My webapp have an nginx installed , in your opinion is it cheaper to use S3 rather than buying a shared hosting with 1TB storage ? Or should I try ? I guess its cheaper than S3. Source: about 14 hours ago
  • What hosting do you recommend for selling large downloadable zip files?
    I'd recommend a CDN like for storing the files if possible and hosting for the site. Source: 7 days ago
  • Which hosting do you recommend?
    I recommend Bunny as a CDN, it costs $1/mo + a few cents per TB of bandwidth. Source: 11 days ago
  • Uploading Video File to
    Does anybody know how to upload a video file to video library using Swift? Source: 12 days ago
  • Best custom streaming API
    I was also looking at but unfortunately their API does not allow the user to pick or upload a thumbnail via my front end. Source: 22 days ago
  • Has anyone ever implemented custom domains for their customers?
    Quick question - have you tried using a dns with an api ? Like Source: about 1 month ago
  • Needed alternatives for vercel
    Seems like a good problem to have (that much traffic) unless it's images/video behind most of that bandwidth, in which case might want to consider something like There's no way I'd consider hosting images on vercel. Source: about 1 month ago
  • nuxt-img slows down my page render
    For images I'm using with a custom hostname. Should I disable the cache to test? Source: about 2 months ago
  • Using Publitio image hosting + VS only Publitio is a CDN, which will cache assets between you and your clients on the internet. It's helpful in a few different scenarios (non-exhaustive): limited data cap on your server/ISP, lower latency/higher speeds for serving assets, etc. I've never used a CDN like (only Cloudflare which manages a lot of this for you), but I'd generally only recommend them if you deem you need that amount of scale. Source: 2 months ago
  • Background video doesn't play on mobile when I use the video hosted on the site
    Try hosting on - no buffering and low latency, crazy good pricing ...and no I don't work for them - a friend recommended them to me. ;-). Source: 2 months ago
  • Native tracking list has turned into a false positives nightmare
    Basically my whitelist over the last days/weeks - from Austrian newspaper, over (my mobile provider) to (my CDN) and - just to name a few that I need daily. Source: 3 months ago
  • Switching Video Qualities of Stream
    Use a different CDN, that auto-encodes the video qualities. I know, for example, that offers this. But I only see this auto-switch to lower quality working with their integrated video-player that is HTML only. How could I move this auto-selection of video quality to a Flutter videoplayer? Source: 3 months ago
  • Backblaze webinar Feb 28 @ 10am Pacific: Scaling Media Delivery Workflows with and Backblaze B2
    Video distribution with the global CDN platform. Source: 3 months ago
  • Are and blocked for anyone not using Ooredoo?
    I'm trying to download Pop OS, but the download always fails without using a VPN. From what I gathered it appears they're using as a CDN. Their website won't load for me on Ooredoo network which makes me believe it is banned. Can anyone confirm whether it works on their non-Ooredoo networks and if it's banned, do you guys have ideas why, and if not and it is just banned by mistake how can I notify Ooredoo? Source: 4 months ago
  • VPS for 2 websites and Discord bots both very light and simple
    R2 and are both great file CDNs. Source: 5 months ago
  • Best API for integrating live streaming feature in a platform?
    Would meet your needs? They're by far the least expensive I've found that performs like the higher-cost services. It's an API, may not be what you need. Source: 5 months ago
  • Best AWS S3 Alternative
    Remember that you shouldn't be serving images directly from object storage. Throw a CDN in front. Lots of options here too: is my current go-to because I root for the underdog, I like their branding, and they're good people. Cloudflare would be fine but I'm wary of them since they're turning into de facto internet backbone and I'm not really a fan of that idea (though their products are good, hard to... Source: 5 months ago
  • Remove instances behind CloudFlare ยท 8c0538bf0c - fediparty
    Switched convo//casa to for now. Source: 6 months ago
  • Welcome to bunnydotnet!
    Bunnydotnet is a place to discuss anything and everything about - a CDN, DNS, and soon a WAF provider. Source: 7 months ago
  • Streaming Audio Question
    I strongly disagree. AWS S3 egress is as much as 14 cents per GB. A CDN Storage site like is only 1 cent per GB for egress and 1 cent GB for storage, it is like 10 times cheaper than AWS or Vimeo or all those other solutions. Never try to serve a lot of videos from S3. Source: 7 months ago
  • Cloudrays Pros and Cons? for Newbies
    No. Learn Linux (it'll take less than a week for you to learn basic commands and server management), get a 4GB VPS from a website like Hetzner, Contabo, or Vultr (NOT through clo-ways), get cPanel, get a CDN like bunny, link them all together using basic coding and Bunny's API. Source: 10 months ago

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