Once you have up to 10 sites on Cloudflare, they will be much more willing to negotiate a reduced price with you. I got Argo at $20 for all the sites. This would normally cost $5 each per month.
$20 per month for their standard plan.
We pay $150 for over 26 domains.
$20 per month for basic features.
10 users @ $25/month
Argo 732 @ $73.20/month
Cloudflare Business Plan @ $200/month
Cloudflare Workers @ $5/month
I use it for free in the basic plan.
Still on their $200/month plan. We didn't feel a need for anything more.
60 USD/month for 2 domains and Access configured on 1 domain
Currently free with Digital Ocean hatch partnership.
They wouldn’t budge. We have the 20$ month plan and like it, totally worth it.
Cloudflare Workers at $5/month
Processing 4.5M monthly Workers requests, plus KV, CDN with standard DDoS mitigation, etc.
Am simply utilizing free DNS, CDN, and more beyond Workers on multiple domains at the moment.
Am scoping SSL for SaaS, Analytics API access, and more on their Enterprise plan.
I have run engineering for about 4 different companies who have used CF enterprise over the years. Assuming you just use basic enterprise ( WAF+ CDN) you will pay about $0.02/gig of traffic and usually unlimited domains. If you are paying more then $20/domain you are paying to much. I was at a company with 500 domains and all 500 where free for about 100 TB of traffic a month. They only charge a lot of new domains when you make it seem important. Second you say the domain is fine on the free plan they will upgrade it for you to boost your billed enterprise traffic.
I have several gmail accounts. Superhuman onboarding created a split inbox for me with a calendar ICS and I forgot how to do it. Can anyone provide the steps to do this, please?
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