Top 12 MaxCDN Alternatives

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  1. CloudFlare can be used by anyone with a website and their own domain, regardless of your choice in platform

  2. KeyCDN is a high-performance Content Delivery Network (CDN). Lowest price globally at $0.04/GB with HTTP/2 Support and free Origin Shield.

  3. Akamai is the leading content delivery network (CDN) services provider for media and software delivery, and cloud security solutions.

  4. Real-time CDN

  5. Secure Content Delivery Network, DDoS, WAF Service

  6. Website Protection, Malware Removal, and Blacklist Prevention

  7. Content Delivery Network - website speed acceleration with CDN77. 28+ PoPs, Pay-as-you-go prices, no commitments.

  8. Incapsula is a Security CDN that makes any website safer, faster and more reliable. 5 minute setup will make a world of difference.

  9. Amazon CloudFront is a content delivery web service.

  10. An open source community driven JS/CSS CDN.

  11. section.io - the only developer first Hosted Varnish Cache and ModSecurity solution with Metrics, Diagnostics and SSL that helps developers build secure and scalable web applications. Sign-up for Free.

  12. The Fastest Global Throughput CDN

MaxCDN Reviews

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11 Best CDN Providers To Speed Up A Website
MaxCDN is compatible with all the popular content management systems like Magento, WordPress, Drupal etc, while the ‘REST API’ allows integrations with users, zones, and other resources into your applications.
Source: mofluid.com
The best CDN providers of 2018 to speed up any website
The best CDN providers 20191. CloudflareCapable free planLots of featuresGreat performance2. FastlyDelivers fast speedsHugely configurableCan be tricky to set up3. KeyCDNVery low pricesEasy setupPerformance isn’t the best4. MetaCDNShould deliver top performanceEasy-to-useBarely any configuration options5. StackPathEasy to set...

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