Cloudflare and Internet Archive Partner to Make the Web More Reliable
Cloudflare, known for providing content delivery network (CDN) services, and the Internet Archive (Weyback Machine), which stores a large number of websites, have announced that they have partnered to create a 'more reliable web.'
Cloudflare and the Wayback Machine, joining forces for a more reliable Web --Internet Archive Blogs
With this partnership, sites using Cloudflare's 'Always Online' service will now see pages stored in the Internet Archive when Cloudflare's original host is unavailable. It will be.
Cloudflare co-founder and CEO Matthew Prince describes the partnership as 'the Internet will become a more resilient partnership.'
The Internet Archive has stored more than 468 billion pages over the past 20 years, with more than 1 billion URLs added daily. Saved pages can be crawled to millions of sites, added by users of Wayback Machine, referenced in tweets, new articles on Wikipedia, via news feeds, and more. Sites that use Cloudflare's 'always online' are added to this storage target.
In addition, the URL newly saved by this mechanism can be viewed by anyone by accessing the Internet Archive in the same way as the pages saved so far.
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