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FSLY - Fastly Inc
1.78(1.69%)9:00:02 PM 1/26/2021
Fastly is an American cloud computing services provider. Fastly was founded in 2011. In September 2015, Google partnered with Fastly and other content delivery network providers to offer services to its users. In April 2017, Fastly launched its edge cloud platform along with image optimization, load balancing, and a web application firewall.
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