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Medianova versus BunnyCDN

Easily compare Medianova and BunnyCDN for POP locations, products, pricing, features & support. We hope this helps you better understand the similarities and differences between these content delivery networks.

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Company

Company Medianova BunnyCDN
Short profile Medianova is originally a Turkey CDN, but in the last few years has grown quickly to become a global player with a strong presence in Europe. Medianova uses modern technologies like their patent pending Dockerized CDN Platform, HTTP/2, BBR and Brotli. BunnyCDN is CDN with POPs on 6 continents, all the modern content delivery features and prices that are low compared to other CDNs.

Products

Product Medianova BunnyCDN
Dynamic content deliveryNon-cacheable content delivery. User login, shopping cart ... Available/supported Not available/supported
Small file deliveryStatic object delivery; caching of small files (file size <1 MB) Available/supported Available/supported
Large file deliveryStatic object delivery; caching of large files (file size >1 MB) Available/supported Available/supported
Live videoDelivery of live video. RTMP? Transcoding/transmuxing? Available/supported Not available/supported
Video on demandDelivery of on demand video Available/supported Partially
Image OptimizationAutomatic image compression/optimization Available/supported Not available/supported
DNSAuthoritative DNS for customer domain Not available/supported Not available/supported
WAFWeb Application Firewall Not available/supported Not available/supported
Anti-DDoSDDoS attack protection. Specific product(s) for this. Available/supported Not available/supported
Private CDNDedicated edge resources & custom configs Available/supported Not available/supported

Network

Region Medianova BunnyCDN
North America 6 10
Latin America 0 1
Europe 10 11
Russia & CIS 0 1
Asia, excl China 1 5
China 0 0
Oceania 1 5
Middle-East 4 1
Africa 0 1

Pricing

Pricing & contract duration Medianova BunnyCDN
Minimum contract term 12 months None
Minimum monthly costs Varies by product and service $10 per year recharge
Requests costsCustomers pay for client to CDN requests Unknown None
Ingress costsCustomers pay for origin-to-CDN bytes transferred Unknown None
NA/EU traffic (low volume) Confidential, market competitive $0.01 per GB
APAC traffic (low volume) Confidential, market competitive $0.03 per GB
LATAM traffic (low volume) Not applicable $0.045 per GB

Features

Web acceleration Medianova BunnyCDN
Instant setupSign up, configure, start testing. Available/supported Available/supported
Change propagation delayHow fast do config changes propagate to all POPs? Available/supported One to three minutes Partially 10 seconds
Apex/root domain OK Blog: Root domain on CDN and performanceNo performance degradation when using http(s)://domain.com Available/supported Not available/supported
HTTP/2 Available/supported Available/supported
IPv6Do the edge servers have IPv6? Not available/supported Available/supported
Compression CDN Guide: CompressionReduce file size for faster delivery Compress on the fly. Brotli support!
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Compress on the fly. Brotli
Origin pull - protocolHTTP only or HTTPS possible too? Available/supported HTTP and HTTPS Available/supported HTTP or HTTPS or Match protocol
Origin pull - Host headerUse client > edge value? Set specific value? Available/supported Can be different from origin host Available/supported Hostname or IP address. Can configure specific other Host header
Origin shieldOne POP pulls from origin, other POPs pull from the shield POP Available/supported Extra costs In private beta testing
Push / uploadStore your content directly on CDN, no customer origin Available/supported FTP, SFTP, Rsync Extra costs Upload to central storage in Germany (CDN pulls from this). $0.01/GB
Cache control - CDN caching Available/supported Available/supported Honor origin sent headers or configure overrides
Cache control - client caching Available/supported Available/supported
Serve stale CDN Guide: Serve staleCDN serves cached but expired content in case origin is in trouble Available/supported Cache-Control extensions support Not available/supported
Purge CDN Guide: PurgeInvalidate or delete cached objects on CDN Available/supported Instant. Purge all may take up to 1 minute Available/supported Instant
Purge - capabilities Partially Purge file paths, purge all Partially Purge file and purge all
Analytics Available/supported Near real-time Available/supported
Log files Available/supported Not by default, only on request Available/supported Accessible via portal and API. Delay is 20-30 seconds.
API Available/supported Purge, analytics, configuration, encoding Available/supported Purge, analytics, configuration, logs
HTTPS & Content Protection Medianova BunnyCDN
CDN domain HTTPSUse the CDN's domain, like cloudfront.net Available/supported Free (not SNI) Available/supported Free. SNI
Customer domain HTTPSYour domain in the CDN's certificate Not available/supported Available/supported Free. SNI
Customer cert HTTPSYour certificate on the CDN Available/supported SNI Available/supported Free. SNI
Token authentication Available/supported Available/supported
Geo blocking Available/supported Streaming Available/supported Country level blocking (at the DNS level)
Hotlink protectionThird parties cannot deeplink to your content Available/supported Streaming Available/supported blocking specific referrers, block requests without referrer, whitelist allowed referrers
Basic authenticationUser logs in on the CDN to get content Not available/supported Not available/supported
IP white/blacklisting Available/supported Streaming Available/supported

Support

Customer support Medianova BunnyCDN
Documentation Available/supported Yes, public Available/supported Yes, public
Humans Available/supported All customers get 24/7 email support with 3 minutes response time and access to Technical Account Managers Available/supported All customers get email support with a 24 hour reply SLA (<4 hour plan to be introduced later in 2019). No phone support. Large customers get access to their Slack channel.