Sucuri + BunnyCDN VS Cloudflare Pro Plan comparison

#1

If I started a WordPress blog With Sucuri WAF
Basic plan + BunnyCDN combo & another I started same blog with Cloudflare Pro plan, so which should be best for Speed, Security and many other things?

I am Request to all experts please to that comparison and share you great option :slight_smile:

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#2

I think, first option. Here’s why.

  • Sucuri - it can provide Web Firewall as well as it can manage page cache with its plugin.

  • Bunnycdn - while you can use at subdomain with longer cache.

Cloudflare can make first TTFB Slow and doesn’t work properly in India.

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#3

If it possible Can share any speed comparison tests?

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#4

Right now, I don’t have any account with them. So, I cannot try. But I have seen good performance when I was using its services.

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#5

One more thing, I think cost wise first option would be more cheaper than paying $20/mo

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#6

Please can you clarify that for me?

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#7

I mean, at BunnyCDN Pullzone settings keep File Cache Expiration Time: Override 1 year

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#8

For blog, who update their one post in a week. So which Cache Expiration Time is best for that?

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#9

At BunnyCDN: for static content, 1 year as I shared above in the screenshot.

At Sucuri: For HTML caching, keep Enabled (Recommended) option. This will make site globally faster and will improve TTFB also.

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#10

For Dynamic Content (blog) what best setting?

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#11

Disabled.

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