CloudFlare is a company that provides content delivery network and distributed services, domain name server , sitting between visitors and hosting providers, which acts as a reverse proxy for websites and blog.
If you do not use Cloudflare or have not heard about it, I suggest you start using it now. Anyone who does not have the technical skills do not have to worry because it is very easy to use Cloudflare.
With CloudFlare, you will be protected from various threats : spam attack at the name server – and the request was not even reach your server, DDOS attacks, cross- site scripting, SQL injection, comment spam, excessive bot crawling, email harvesters, and much more. Cloudflare filter out most of above threats and attacks for you.
On April 2015, Cloudflare has released the new analytics design and useful features for webmasters and domain owners. Even though analytics is not the main reason to use Cloudflare, because we still have google analytics as an free alternative.
Their new dashboard information and apps that was organized into logical categories make the important settings and information are now in your hand and easy to find.
Below are the screenshot of the new Analytics Features on CloudFlare :
1. Overview of the CloudFlare dashboard for Analytics tab :
2. Request through CloudFlare for the last 24 hours :
3. Total request through CloudFlare for the last 24 hours :
4. Total bandwidth through CloudFlare for the last 24 hours :
5. Total Unique visitors through CloudFlare for the last 24 hours :
6. Total threats through CloudFlare for the last 24 hours :