Servr uses globally-distributed reverse proxy service to route traffic to the domains added into our network.
When a domain is added to Servr, our system will validate it's correctly pointing to our global endpoint either by a CNAME or A Record. Once validated, our back-end automatically creates an SSL Certificate for it and will redirect traffic to your defined target over HTTPS. Servr takes care of the entire SSL lifecycle. From private key creation and protection through domain validation, issuance and renewal. Check our getting started guide to learn how to add your first domain to Servr.
Every new domain and SSL certificate takes only a few seconds to be deployed within our network after the DNS records have been validated.
Instances of our service are deployed in many data centers across the world. Our global endpoint works with the one closest to your end users' location to route traffic, making it low latency and blazing fast. This high-redundancy approach makes our network fault-tolerant and we guarante high availability for all of our plans.
Custom domains without SSL lack the performance benefits of SSL and secure data transfer, making them vulnerable to snooping and content modification or injection.
Domains with SSL enabled through a SaaS provider lack a custom domain, resulting in brand degradation and lower SEO rankings.
Providing encrypted and branded domains often means manually managing SSL lifecycles, long deployment times and overhead costs, or building a complex and expensive in-house solution
Offer a branded experience to end customers and improve their SEO performance.
With SSL/TLS certificates, protect your end customers’ domains from on-path attackers and network snooping.
Our infrastructure deploys new certificates across its global network and brings HTTPS online within seconds.
“Servr significantly simplifies our flow because it handles the full lifecycle of our customer's SSL certificates. Now we can easily offer a branded experience to our customers with end-to-end HTTPS and keep security and performance as a priority.”