CDN Providers who support Let's Encrypt


#1

This is to quickly find which CDN providers support and have integrations with Let’s Encrypt. This thread was inspired by @StopSpazzing who created a great list of Web Hosts that support Let’s Encrypt.

Already Support

Limited Availability (Beta)

Not Supported

  • Cloudfront (confirmed)
  • CDNetworks (waiting for response)
  • MaxCDN (confirmed)
  • Fastly (confirmed)
  • Incapsula (waiting for response)
  • Limelight (confirmed)

I will update this list accordingly as I hear back from these providers. Feel free to suggest more below.


Which CDN providers and hosting companies support Let's Encrypt?
#2

ah didn’t know CDN77 had support !


#3

Akamai is going to support Let’s Encrypt. There might even be a beta already running, check out this thread over at their support forum.


#4

Great thanks, I have updated thread accordingly.


#5

Hi, letting you know that CDNsun is interested in cooperation with Let’s Encrypt :wink:


#6

Thanks, I have updated the thread accordingly.


#7

also ask cdnify.com

Right now I use a few cdn providers - keycdn, cdn77, cdnify, maxcdn, incapsula, amazon cloudfront. So would be great to see Letsencrypt with all of them :smiley:


#8

Some have 3rd party support, do want to identify those or keep this list official?


#9

Probably keep this list official for now. Thanks!


#10

CDNsun has already integrated with Let’s Encrypt, you can read about it here: http://cdnsun.com/knowledgebase/cdn-static/creating-cdn-services-with-an-ssl-enabled

Cheers :slightly_smiling:


#11

Thanks David, I have updated the thread.


#12

[Moderator’s note: Unfortunately Kloudsec has shut down, so the links below do not work.]

Hi @brianleejackson ,

Founder of Kloudsec here.

Kloudsec is a minimal CDN supports, and in fact, auto-provisions/auto-renews LE certs for our users.

Kloudsec is also free.

For Github Pages with Custom Domain, Kloudsec for Github Pages offers native support.


#13

Would love to know if this is updated for May of 2016.

Great work and thanks for the community contribution!


#14

Hi,

may I ask why CDNsun is in section Not supported?

CDNsun has already integrated with Let’s Encrypt, you can read about it here: http://cdnsun.com/knowledgebase/cdn-static/creating-cdn-services-with-an-ssl-enabled

Kind regards,
David


#15

Hey David, Let’s Encrypt seems to lock threads after a while: Problem editing already posted topic As I no longer have access to edit my original post.


#16

I’ve turned your original post into a wiki post - this should allow you to change it. Let me know if it doesn’t work for some reason!


#17

BTW: This does of course allow anyone to edit the post, so check whether someone changed something (unconfirmed) before adding your own changes.


#18

CDNsun seems still as unsupported confirmed.
I change that due to the source linked above by @DavidCDNsun


#19

BunnyCDN supports it as well :slight_smile: https://bunnycdn.com/features


#20

Hostin.re and Hostin.mu support Let’s Encrypt on their in-house CDN (not as big the ones mentionned here though because focusing on Africa, eg. Reunion Island, Mauritius, Kenya, etc.)
Full disclosure: I am their CTO