CDN questions

WordPress Google Cloud Storage – How to Offload Your Media

In this tutorial, we'll walk you through how to offload media in WordPress to Google Cloud Storage to save on disk space at your hosting provider....

How to Enable the Kinsta CDN on Your WordPress Site

The performance of your sites has and always will remain one of the top priorities for us. Check out how to enable the Kinsta CDN on your WordPress...

Integration Guide for WordPress Amazon S3 and CDN

Tutorial on how to complete a WordPress Amazon S3 integration as well as optionally using a content delivery network (CDN) such as CloudFront along...

How do I add KeyCDN to my Site?

If you are a Kinsta client, we have partnered up with KeyCDN, an HTTP/2 content delivery network with 34 locations, to turbocharge your assets and media around the …

How to Install Cloudflare on Your WordPress Site

Check out this tutorial on how to install Cloudflare on your WordPress site, along with the official WordPress plugin to utilize built-in features.

Do You Offer a CDN and/or Support Third Party Ones?

Kinsta includes a free HTTP/2 CDN for all clients. If you prefer, you can also use a third-party provider, such as KeyCDN, Cloudflare, or StackPath.

Does Kinsta Support a SPDY CDN?

Learn more about running a SPDY CDN. Note: This is no longer applicable for most people as most CDN providers and Kinsta now support HTTP/2.