Python Web Apps that Fly with CDNs Transcripts
Lecture: Bunny.net account
0:00 The other thing that you're going to need for this course is an account over at bunny.net.
0:07 Bunny.net is the CDN that we're going to be using for this course.
0:12 Again, many of the ideas and concepts and techniques that you're going to learn in this course
0:16 could be applied to any CDN, Cloudflare, Fastly, whatever, but we've got to pick one to be concrete and use, and I'm a huge fan of bunny.net.
0:26 I think it works fabulously. So we're going to use this. Be sure to go over there and create an account.
0:31 There is a free trial, a two week free trial that you can use. So what I'd recommend is make sure
0:39 you're about ready to start this course and then start your free trial. However, if you think about
0:45 how much is it going to cost if you for some reason, go past your 14 day trial, it's incredibly
0:52 cheap. I think I pay a half a cent per gigabyte. And if you did a gigabyte of traffic on here,
1:01 that would be kind of crazy, that would be a lot. So it's going to be a couple of cents,
1:07 if you actually ended up to pay for it. But again, use the 14 day trial. I'll actually
1:12 give you all a peek inside the talk Python account. And you'll get to see our numbers
1:17 as well. But super affordable, you do have to create an account, but I wouldn't worry
1:21 about the pricing. It's free or pennies. And that's it. You follow along these steps, you
1:26 should be all set up and ready to go. So after this, we're going to be writing some code.