Last Updated on March 27, 2021 by Justin Su
If you are a blogger and your website is loading slow for your users and you might try all possible ways to speed up website speed, right?
But you might forget to add one thing up, and it is a CDN.
Site speed is an issue that every old and new bloggers do faces. If you are one of them then you should go with BunnyCDN.
I recommend using this plugin if you want to increase your site speed.
In this article, I will review BunnyCDN and guide you on how to install BunnyCDN on your WordPress site.
What Is BunnyCDN?
BunnyCDN is a Content Delivery Network which is known as CDN. It is a Slovenia-based company that is founded in the year 2015.
Click here to register with Bunny CDN.
Already thousands of websites have installed BunnyCDN on their websites. By using CDN’s you can increase the load time of your site.
BunnyCDN Data Centres
They do have more than 50 data centers from all over the world. They have the Data Centre on 6 continents and 35 countries.
Bunny.net can be reached in less than 30 milliseconds in most areas around the world. All of their CDN servers are powered by NVMe and SSD technology to ensure millisecond latencies when serving your files.
The query speed for each continent is mentioned below but worldwide it is 36.00 MS.
- Europe: 28.00 MS
- North America: 42.00 MS
- Asia: 63.00 MS
- Oceania: 23.00 MS
- Africa: 125.00 MS
- South Africa: 58.00 MS
The data are provided by cdnperf.
There are many features that make BunnyCDN stand on top. Below are some top and best features.
- 6 Continents and 50+ data centers
- WordPress friendly
- Raw logs
- Cloud storage
- Wildcard domains
- Video delivery
- Free Let’s Encrypt SSL
- 99.99% uptime
- Custom CNAME hostnames
- IP blacklisting
- Block users by country
- Origin shield
- Realtime data
- <38ms global latency
- Intelligent routing
- Supports WebP
- Resize image based on user
- Brotli & GZip
- Bandwidth overdraft protection
- Instant purging files or entire zones
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You can use your Paypal or Credit Card in order to purchase the BunnyCDN service. You can start using their service for as low as $1.00 per month.
If you want to test their service then you can use their 14 days trial or until 1000 GB ends. Below are different BunnyCDN plans.
BunnyCDN offers 24/7 customer support. At first, you don’t need to contact them but in case you have faced any issue then you can contact them by creating a Ticket.
They will reply to you within 5 to 10 minutes, in most cases. The customer support is well experienced with the services you are using.
How To Setup BunnyCDN On Your WordPress Site
Installing BunnyCDN on your WordPress website is very simple and easy. Let’s check out the step-by-step process of connecting BunnyCDN with your site.
Register With BunnyCDN
Click here to register.
You can either choose any of the products by paying for that or simply you can sign up for their 14 days trial pack.
I suggest trying their trial pack so you can understand them properly. And a letter you can upgrade your plans. The registration process is very simple. Just enter your email and password.
You will find the Pull Zones option on your dashboard just after login. Just click on Pull Zones and then Add Pull Zone.
Now a new page will get open and here you have to enter details like Name, URL, and Pricing Zones.
In name just enter any unique name that identifies your zone. In my case, I used my website’s name.
Under the URL box enter your website where you want to install BunnyCDN.
Pricing zones allow you to choose the area from where your data to be served. The suggestion is to keep them all enable. But if your site is coming from South America only then you don’t need to enable other continents.
Just click on “Add Pull Zone”.
Everything is fine. Now you just need to enable SSL. To edit your pull zone details click on Manage Pull zones.
Here you can enable SSL and can add a custom hostname.
If you are a bit professional then you can check out their other features as well.
Install Needed Plugin
If you are using any caching plugins like WP-Rocket then you don’t need to install any plugin but if you are not using then I suggest downloading Bunny CDN’s official plugin.
Connect BunnyCDN With WordPress
Now you have installed the needed plugin. If you are using WP-Rocket then you need to copy your hostname and paste that here at Setting> WP-Rocket> CDN.
If you are using Bunny CDN’s Official Plugin then you just need to open your WordPress dashboard and click on BunnyCDN there you just have to enter your Pull Zone name.