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What do you think about Bunnycdn? (Isnt that cheapest and reliable one?)

Ive recently found cheaper video cdn solution than amazon : bunnycdn.
So how are them? Have you tested? What do you think?

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  • armandorgarmandorg Member
    edited February 2018

    Haven't used their service yet but i can only hear good reviews from their clients. I believe he is on the forum aswell.

    Regards, Armand

  • BunnyCDN is prem :-)

  • MisterHost_NETMisterHost_NET Member, Provider

    Really great service, we are using BunnyCDN since months. Support is really friendly and fast. +1

  • I tried it for 14 days. It was good, but for my country in south america it's better to use Cloudflare.

    I liked the realtime graph so much. Mesmerizing.

  • From what I've seen and hear they are quite OK. Cheapest? Dunno, probably. Most reliable? Compared to what/whom?

    But they seem certainly worth a try.

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  • They've come a long way since their launch, they're pretty good.

  • raindog308raindog308 Administrator, Moderator

    Easter promo coming? ;-)

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  • I've been using BunnyCDN for about a year on a low-traffic site and it's worked great. I just moved another site from KeyCDN this week. A nice bonus is having @BunnySpeed available on LET.

  • MasonRMasonR Member
    edited February 2018

    @raindog308 said: Easter promo coming? ;-)

    Is it time for @trewq's birthday Easter thread already?

    Thanked by 1Junkless

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  • BunnyCDN is excellent. Been using them for almost an year now. No complaints whatsoever.

  • Maybe not the cheapest, but the most flexible and Dejan is awesome to speak to when you have questions / issues / need that one random thing thats a bit awkward. Can't recommend BunnyCDN enough!

  • I've been with them for over a year now. Excellent service for a great price! Was using KeyCDN before I moved to BunnyCDN. I'm planning on moving few of my clients over in the coming weeks.

  • BunnySpeedBunnySpeed Member, Provider

    Aww, thanks guys :)
    Hopefully it will continue get even better. I’m working on some cool new things lately.

    BunnyCDN - Make your website as fast as a bunny

  • @BunnySpeed said:
    Aww, thanks guys :)
    Hopefully it will continue get even better. I’m working on some cool new things lately.

    Including making plush bunnies with BunnyCDN on them? :>

    Thanked by 1dedicados
  • BunnySpeedBunnySpeed Member, Provider

    @doghouch said:

    @BunnySpeed said:
    Aww, thanks guys :)
    Hopefully it will continue get even better. I’m working on some cool new things lately.

    Including making plush bunnies with BunnyCDN on them? :>

    More in the terms of instant configuration updates and custom edge rules :)

    BunnyCDN - Make your website as fast as a bunny

  • @BunnySpeed said:

    @doghouch said:

    @BunnySpeed said:
    Aww, thanks guys :)
    Hopefully it will continue get even better. I’m working on some cool new things lately.

    Including making plush bunnies with BunnyCDN on them? :>

    More in the terms of instant configuration updates and custom edge rules :)

    robots.txt :(

    ^-^!

  • BunnySpeedBunnySpeed Member, Provider

    That’s already a feature. You just need to open a ticket to set it up. We didn’t want to clutter the UI too much.

    Thanked by 1jetchirag

    BunnyCDN - Make your website as fast as a bunny

  • One thing thst irks me about BunnyCDN is that when I upload a file to the push storage zone, the file name will be be automatically converted to all lowercase.

    Therefore, if I upload KokoKrunch.jpg to the storage zone, it will become kokokrunch.jpg. Very annoying when my Inno Setup script outputs a setup file with uppercase and lowercase characters.

  • BunnySpeedBunnySpeed Member, Provider
    edited February 2018

    Yeah, really sorry about that. I’m hoping to change this as soon as possible. It’s very annoying indeed.

    Thanked by 1JackH

    BunnyCDN - Make your website as fast as a bunny

  • has been using BunnyCDN about 4 months for my web api service, speed is great and it support query string caching.

  • JackHJackH Moderator

    Cannot fault. Dejan's amazingly quick at bug fixes and is very responsive to feature requests. Simply amazing :D

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  • @BunnySpeed said:
    Aww, thanks guys :)
    Hopefully it will continue get even better. I’m working on some cool new things lately.

    Hi BunnySpeed
    Can you establish a new feature like "limiting entire spend per month" like I only want to spend 5 usd at max per month. Can you do that kind of feature?

  • @filelover said:

    @BunnySpeed said:
    Aww, thanks guys :)
    Hopefully it will continue get even better. I’m working on some cool new things lately.

    Hi BunnySpeed
    Can you establish a new feature like "limiting entire spend per month" like I only want to spend 5 usd at max per month. Can you do that kind of feature?

    Already implemented!

    https://bunnycdn.com/features/bandwidth-overdraft-protection

  • @Aidan said:

    @filelover said:

    @BunnySpeed said:
    Aww, thanks guys :)
    Hopefully it will continue get even better. I’m working on some cool new things lately.

    Hi BunnySpeed
    Can you establish a new feature like "limiting entire spend per month" like I only want to spend 5 usd at max per month. Can you do that kind of feature?

    Already implemented!

    https://bunnycdn.com/features/bandwidth-overdraft-protection

    Where can I find this setting?

  • @filelover said:

    @Aidan said:

    @filelover said:

    @BunnySpeed said:
    Aww, thanks guys :)
    Hopefully it will continue get even better. I’m working on some cool new things lately.

    Hi BunnySpeed
    Can you establish a new feature like "limiting entire spend per month" like I only want to spend 5 usd at max per month. Can you do that kind of feature?

    Already implemented!

    https://bunnycdn.com/features/bandwidth-overdraft-protection

    Where can I find this setting?

    This was previously in the old UI, but I am not seeing this in the new UI in my account under any option as well.

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  • BunnySpeedBunnySpeed Member, Provider

    @daxterfellowes said:

    @filelover said:

    @Aidan said:

    @filelover said:

    @BunnySpeed said:
    Aww, thanks guys :)
    Hopefully it will continue get even better. I’m working on some cool new things lately.

    Hi BunnySpeed
    Can you establish a new feature like "limiting entire spend per month" like I only want to spend 5 usd at max per month. Can you do that kind of feature?

    Already implemented!

    https://bunnycdn.com/features/bandwidth-overdraft-protection

    Where can I find this setting?

    This was previously in the old UI, but I am not seeing this in the new UI in my account under any option as well.

    And it's back :) I forgot to add it during the initial UI upgrade. Sorry about that.

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    BunnyCDN - Make your website as fast as a bunny

  • henkbhenkb Member

    Aside from bunnycdn being great and cheap.
    Isn't almost any cdn cheaper then Amazon? :)

    I don't understand Amazon, you have to pay for everything : traffic, requests, https, birthday cake for they sysadmins....
    I love keycdn (but also bunny) with their easy pricing. No difficult cost calculations / fineprint.

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  • filefile Member

    AWS is like a drug dealer... find one thing that's useful, then it's "oh we might as well..."

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  • I'm not a big fan of the $10 "per year" minimum. So essentially of your use is so low that $10 is left over it'll automatically add another $10. Now obviously most people with such low usage requirements aren't considering a CDN but you never know perhaps someone has an uber cheap shared perform and wants a cdn to supplement well this wouldn't be an option imo.

  • muffinmuffin Member
    edited March 2018

    @sureiam said:
    I'm not a big fan of the $10 "per year" minimum. So essentially of your use is so low that $10 is left over it'll automatically add another $10. Now obviously most people with such low usage requirements aren't considering a CDN but you never know perhaps someone has an uber cheap shared perform and wants a cdn to supplement well this wouldn't be an option imo.

    There will be tons of people just stacking up promo codes during special times and end up selling them to someone else for a cheaper price or keep them forever till it’s like $100. Obviously, they need someway to make / earn money in order to keep up their buisiness

  • ZerpyZerpy Member

    @sureiam said:
    I'm not a big fan of the $10 "per year" minimum. So essentially of your use is so low that $10 is left over it'll automatically add another $10. Now obviously most people with such low usage requirements aren't considering a CDN but you never know perhaps someone has an uber cheap shared perform and wants a cdn to supplement well this wouldn't be an option imo.

    Depends how you look at it, from a customer perspective, that you're enforced to spend $10 a year regardless of you using 1TB of traffic or not - can seem annoying.

    How about looking from a provider perspective as well?

    As a provider, if people sign up for my service, I really don't wanna get paid $10 and then there's the possibility that people will end up using $0.10 per month and then create tickets because God knows what.

    The issue is that when customers paid for a service, regardless of price, they assume they can do anything they want. If they pay $10 with a monthly usage of $0.10 - customers somehow find it perfectly fine to create a crazy amount of tickets, so on the long run, the provider end up spending more time supporting the customer that really pays pennies.

    So "limiting" the impact by setting a minimum usage per year (or month), makes rather sense from a provider perspective.

    Alternatively, a provider could sit around with 50k active clients, all spending $0.01 per month, and having to supply support for all 50k customers :-)

    Not sure where to buy so cheap labor to handle that.

    oh and what is funny, those low paying customers, they tend to be the customers that take up the most time.

  • Ignorance of doubts: I have 8 mini website, so I need to pay 10usd per website or base on total usage? Any review of their asia node?

    Coffee, please.

  • BunnySpeedBunnySpeed Member, Provider
    edited March 2018

    The $10 per year minimum recharge is there because I didn't want to force users to monthly payments and have the ability to use it whenever they want, but as Zerpy said there is a level of costs associated with support etc. and storing your files as well. Even if you're using just 1GB per month, we still need space on nodes to store that and have servers holding your configuration, logging, etc. Imagine paying

    However, the system itself might seem annoying to a user if they just ignore all of this and think they're somehow losing money. Strangely if it cost $1 per month with some bandwidth included I guess that would be fine.

    @elliotc said:
    Ignorance of doubts: I have 8 mini website, so I need to pay 10usd per website or base on total usage? Any review of their asia node?

    It's $10 per account for as many sites as you want as long as it's a reasonable number. To test it out, you can use https://test.b-cdn.net/300kb.jpg and https://test.b-cdn.net/bunny_720p.m4v but try to request twice since it's not necessarily cached.

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    BunnyCDN - Make your website as fast as a bunny

  • WHTWHT Member

    @BunnySpeed said:
    The $10 per year minimum recharge is there because I didn't want to force users to monthly payments and have the ability to use it whenever they want, but as Zerpy said there is a level of costs associated with support etc. and storing your files as well. Even if you're using just 1GB per month, we still need space on nodes to store that and have servers holding your configuration, logging, etc. Imagine paying

    However, the system itself might seem annoying to a user if they just ignore all of this and think they're somehow losing money. Strangely if it cost $1 per month with some bandwidth included I guess that would be fine.

    @elliotc said:
    Ignorance of doubts: I have 8 mini website, so I need to pay 10usd per website or base on total usage? Any review of their asia node?

    It's $10 per account for as many sites as you want as long as it's a reasonable number. To test it out, you can use https://test.b-cdn.net/300kb.jpg and https://test.b-cdn.net/bunny_720p.m4v but try to request twice since it's not necessarily cached.

    Ugh! You started also to charge yearly fees? Was not pay as you go?

  • AidanAidan Member
    edited March 2018

    @WHT said:

    @BunnySpeed said:
    The $10 per year minimum recharge is there because I didn't want to force users to monthly payments and have the ability to use it whenever they want, but as Zerpy said there is a level of costs associated with support etc. and storing your files as well. Even if you're using just 1GB per month, we still need space on nodes to store that and have servers holding your configuration, logging, etc. Imagine paying

    However, the system itself might seem annoying to a user if they just ignore all of this and think they're somehow losing money. Strangely if it cost $1 per month with some bandwidth included I guess that would be fine.

    @elliotc said:
    Ignorance of doubts: I have 8 mini website, so I need to pay 10usd per website or base on total usage? Any review of their asia node?

    It's $10 per account for as many sites as you want as long as it's a reasonable number. To test it out, you can use https://test.b-cdn.net/300kb.jpg and https://test.b-cdn.net/bunny_720p.m4v but try to request twice since it's not necessarily cached.

    Ugh! You started also to charge yearly fees? Was not pay as you go?

    It's still pay as you go, with a minimum yearly spend of $10.

    If you're not spending at least ~83 cents a month on your CDN - then you really don't need a CDN.

  • Let's be clear - its not a fee. Its a minimum top-up. The $10 still goes on to your account as credit to be used, it doesn't disappear as a fee would

  • Been using for months. So far so good.

  • SovaSova Member

    @henkb said:
    Aside from bunnycdn being great and cheap.
    Isn't almost any cdn cheaper then Amazon? :)

    I don't understand Amazon, you have to pay for everything : traffic, requests, https, birthday cake for they sysadmins....

    Amazon gets cheaper the more bandwidth you use. Once your consumption goes into the 100's of TB's per month the prices on their pricing page are just a distant memory of how much they were ripping you off. Custom deals are then made with your AWS representative and you are set.

  • stefemanstefeman Member
    edited March 2018

    In my opinion:

    Its second rate CDN network in terms of performance, but not so far off from the biggest players. Definitely best in price/performance ratio but you can get almost same results by renting servers around the world and using those as CDN.

    Kinda like OVH vs Softlayer.

  • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider

    @stefeman said:
    you can get almost same results by renting servers around the world and using those as CDN.

    Are you implying that the CDN from bigger boys is one that runs in a mythical powerful cloud hanging in the skies and not on the servers around the world like in BunnyCDN’s case ?

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  • GodsGods Member
    edited March 2018

    @Clouvider said:

    @stefeman said:
    you can get almost same results by renting servers around the world and using those as CDN.

    Are you implying that the CDN from bigger boys is one that runs in a mythical powerful cloud hanging in the skies and not on the servers around the world like in BunnyCDN’s case ?

    No he means they have a billion dollar secret algorithm that magically compresses files and serves users based on your geoip.

    Oh wait... isn't that just brotli and geoip module on NGINX?

    Point being in the end they're all using the same basic methods and techniques. Granted Cloudflare might have their own infrastructure, doesn't mean they're using magical 10 million dollar servers.

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  • ZerpyZerpy Member

    @Gods said:
    Point being in the end they're all using the same basic methods and techniques. Granted Cloudflare might have their own infrastructure, doesn't mean they're using magical 10 million dollar servers.

    wait, what? I thought CloudFlare would offer 10 million dollar servers for free :(
    SCAM

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  • GodsGods Member

    @Zerpy said:

    @Gods said:
    Point being in the end they're all using the same basic methods and techniques. Granted Cloudflare might have their own infrastructure, doesn't mean they're using magical 10 million dollar servers.

    wait, what? I thought CloudFlare would offer 10 million dollar servers for free :(
    SCAM

    You thought wrong proxmox man

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  • ZerpyZerpy Member

    @Gods said:

    @Zerpy said:

    @Gods said:
    Point being in the end they're all using the same basic methods and techniques. Granted Cloudflare might have their own infrastructure, doesn't mean they're using magical 10 million dollar servers.

    wait, what? I thought CloudFlare would offer 10 million dollar servers for free :(
    SCAM

    You thought wrong proxmox man

    If CloudFlare provided OpenVZ, it would be better.

    Thanked by 1Gods
  • GodsGods Member

    @Zerpy said:

    @Gods said:

    @Zerpy said:

    @Gods said:
    Point being in the end they're all using the same basic methods and techniques. Granted Cloudflare might have their own infrastructure, doesn't mean they're using magical 10 million dollar servers.

    wait, what? I thought CloudFlare would offer 10 million dollar servers for free :(
    SCAM

    You thought wrong proxmox man

    If CloudFlare provided OpenVZ, it would be better.

    Imagine if Cloudflare sold servers and colocation

    I would buy a thousand servers

    Alex on Discord. BunnyCDN give me a hoodie, thanks.

  • @Zerpy said:

    @sureiam said:
    I'm not a big fan of the $10 "per year" minimum. So essentially of your use is so low that $10 is left over it'll automatically add another $10. Now obviously most people with such low usage requirements aren't considering a CDN but you never know perhaps someone has an uber cheap shared perform and wants a cdn to supplement well this wouldn't be an option imo.

    Depends how you look at it, from a customer perspective, that you're enforced to spend $10 a year regardless of you using 1TB of traffic or not - can seem annoying.

    How about looking from a provider perspective as well?

    As a provider, if people sign up for my service, I really don't wanna get paid $10 and then there's the possibility that people will end up using $0.10 per month and then create tickets because God knows what.

    The issue is that when customers paid for a service, regardless of price, they assume they can do anything they want. If they pay $10 with a monthly usage of $0.10 - customers somehow find it perfectly fine to create a crazy amount of tickets, so on the long run, the provider end up spending more time supporting the customer that really pays pennies.

    So "limiting" the impact by setting a minimum usage per year (or month), makes rather sense from a provider perspective.

    Alternatively, a provider could sit around with 50k active clients, all spending $0.01 per month, and having to supply support for all 50k customers :-)

    Not sure where to buy so cheap labor to handle that.

    oh and what is funny, those low paying customers, they tend to be the customers that take up the most time.

    Fair enough that does indeed make sense

  • 1fichier also has a decent CDN offer: https://1fichier.com/tarifs.html?lg=en (Scroll to the bottom.)

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  • NeoonNeoon Member

    Well, its neat, works fine.

    Dejan gives his best.

    (Sponsored by BunnyCDN)

  • @Jefferymoore said:
    not good as maxcdn

    Different levels of price.

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    Coffee, please.

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