When comparing StackPath vs KeyCDN, the Slant community recommends KeyCDN for most people. In the question“What are the best content delivery networks (CDNs)?” KeyCDN is ranked 7th while StackPath is ranked 19th. The most important reason people chose KeyCDN is:
Traffic [prices](https://www.keycdn.com/pages/pricing) are as low as $0.04/GB and volume pricing starts at 10TB/month.
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Pro Flat pricing
Easy to understand the pricing of their CDNs.
Pro Free WAF and DDoS
Hard to beat the value for some security and CDN.
Pro Transparent, pay-as-you-go pricing
Traffic prices are as low as $0.04/GB and volume pricing starts at 10TB/month.
Pro Simple and easy setup
CDN configuration is instantly deployed.
Pro Free Lets Encrypt SSL certificates for custom zone names
Pro HTTP/2 Support
One of the 1st providers to support HTTP/2
Pro Custom SSL for free
Allows uploading own certificate at no extra cost. Shared SSL is also available.
Pro Brotli support
KeyCDN supports Brotli compression for users who have Brotli enabled on their origin server.
Pro POPs in Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan at no extra cost
Pro Real-time raw logs available for free
Pro Support SPDY 3.1
KeyCDN supports SPDY 3.1 for even faster secured connections.
Con Not many services yet
Not really a con, just really good secure content delivery right now, but hopefully they will add more services soon.
Con Unreasonable anti-spam policy
Not suitable if you have an association with online advertising. A single email that may include your domain that appears on Spamcop will result in a threat to terminate your account and a requirement to disable the URL -- even if you are not responsible for the production or sending of the email.
Con Config changes take 5-10 minutes
Any config change is queued for several minutes before being applied, without any time estimate. Combined with caching and DNS delays, it can make debugging a bit more difficult.