If you are a Kinsta client, we have partnered up with KeyCDN, an HTTP/2 content delivery network with 33 locations, to turbocharge your assets and media around the globe. This is included in all our hosting plans. Check out the instructions on how to enable the Kinsta CDN from your MyKinsta dashboard.
If you want to deploy KeyCDN yourself, you can follow these steps:
- If you haven’t already, visit KeyCDN’s website and signup for an account. Their CDN features a pay-as-you-go program at $0.04/GB around the globe, free origin shield and secure token. They also fully support HTTP/2.
- After your account is setup with them and you’re logged in at KeyCDN, follow their step by step WordPress CDN integration guide.
Note: you may also want to check out their steps on setting up a zonealias if you want to use a custom CNAME in your CDN Zone URL, such as cdn.domain.com.