Akamai’s support for Let’s Encrypt went into production in December 2015: https://community.akamai.com/community/whatsnew/blog/2016/02/05/new-secure-cdn-offerings-now-available
I’ve been in contact with Incapsula, they said there is no support for Let’s Encrypt and neither have any plans for it. Even though they were briefly mentioned at one point on their website which made me hopeful. The commercial ones seem pretty steep in price. Oh well.
Here is a post with more info on CDN support.
Has it as feature request under Ticket # 234940
This is a currently planned feature for the CDN that is in the process of being implemented. However we don’t have an expected completion time for this at the moment
They have it planned if some more people push the feature request it may be moved up in ht time table.
Canadian Web Hosting supports CPanel hosting with their Linux shared hosting service, and will enable the CPanel Let’s Encrypt Plugin if you ask support. This makes obtaining and maintaining certs simple.
Wordpress Jetpack? CDN among other things
Yes loving the whole concept of let’s encrypt. Is available through my cpanel with cheapwebhosting-uk.co.uk which is fantastic, but is there any possibility to get a year at a time as opposed to 90 days?
CloudFlare worked smoothly.
This thread is meant to describe CDN providers which themselves use Let’s Encrypt. As far as I know, Cloudflare is still not in that category. But it will work properly if you have a Let’s Encrypt certificate on your origin site.
It is, of course, great that Cloudflare provides HTTPS support for every site.
Seems like there will be an option to use LE certificates at Cloudflare, when wildcard support rolls out!