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Faster websites. More security and scalability.

The features you look for in a Content Delivery Network,
in one, easy-to-use tool built for agile teams.

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How section.io stands apart from the crowd.

Development environment
Never say "it worked on my machine"

Test complex changes locally before deploying to production to ensure features work as expected.

Easy setup
Get started quickly

section.io provides hosted DNS and automated SSL certificates for HTTPS. Easily enable features for speed, security, or both.

Logs & metrics
Troubleshoot with real time metrics

Find and resolve issues as they occur through open-source tools like graphite and kibana.

The tools you want, fully open and customizable.

Varnish

Speed: Varnish Cache

Highly configurable HTTP accelerator designed to reduce load on your web servers and improve page load performance.

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WAF

Protection: ModSecurity

A web application firewall (WAF) to protect your website from malicious DDOS or DOS attacks and unknown software vulnerabilities.

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Turpentine

eCommerce: Magento

section.io seamlessly integrates Magento and Varnish Cache to deliver faster pages and increase website scalability, out of the box.

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section.io provides you with easy access to open source solutions, and we’ll never lock you into one proprietary proxy software. Choose your preferred proxies and the versions that work for you.

Loved by customers.

"We didn't believe the results at first...Their technical expertise is impressive but more importantly we are impressed with having more money in the bank." Kate Morris, CEO, Adore Beauty

section.io has a legendary support team and 100% satisfaction guarantee. Read more case studies.

section.io's 14 day trial lets you install our CDN on your web application with no commitment or credit card needed. If you don't want to install section.io yet, you can view the features in our demo dashboard.

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