Legacy offerings

These articles provide information about Fastly's legacy offerings.

Support availability and response times for the Fastly Next-Gen WAF (powered by Signal Sciences) vary depending on the type of account you have and the platform you have purchased.

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Fastly offers full-site delivery that allows you to speed up websites and mobile apps by pushing content closer to users, providing improved…

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Fastly Media Shield offers customers the ability to decrease origin traffic by reducing multiple CDN requests into a single request back to your origin. Media Shield works with your existing architecture by making Fastly the origin to all of your end-user-serving CDNs.

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Fastly offers a Customer-Provided TLS Certificate Hosting Service where you provide TLS certificates and private keys which we then install at a shared set of IP addresses.

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Fastly maintains support for its original Platinum Support plan.

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Fastly maintains support for its original Premium Support plan.

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Legacy Service Implementation For projects with a predefined scope, you can purchase our Service Implementation offering. You'll work with…

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Fastly offers a free TLS option that allows you to serve HTTPS traffic using an address like `example.global.ssl.fastly.net` via a shared Fastly domain.

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Fastly maintains support for its original TAM and Strategic Essentials subscriptions.

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Fastly’s WAF Quick Start Package provides your organization with basic setup and provisioning of your WAF by Fastly. For more information…

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Fastly’s WAF Tuning Package provides your organization with tuning of your WAF by Fastly.

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Fastly maintains support for the Web Application Firewall (WAF) (2020).

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Fastly’s WAF Tuning Plus Package provides your organization with enhanced professional maintenance of your WAF by Fastly.

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The Fastly WAF is a Web Application Firewall (WAF) security product that detects malicious request traffic sent over HTTP and HTTPS.

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