What do the HTTP/2 and SPDY protocols do?

SPDY is an open networking protocol developed primarily at Google for transporting web content to help

make web pages load faster and reduce latency. HTTP/2 is based on SPDY and is the second major

revision of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol, the application protocol for the Word Wide Web. While SPDY

is enabled by default for all customers using SSL on their site through Cloudflare, HTTP/2 is only enabled

by default for customers of the Free and Pro plan and needs to be enabled under the "Network" application

for all other customers.

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