With or without Cloudflare?

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For a dedicated server 32GB of RAM, 16 CPUs..should I use Cloudflare or without cloudflare to get better speed for my websites?

Any thoughts?
 

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Cloudflare increases site speed by serving static contents from cache, across the globe. Since Cloudflare servers are closer to end users, sites are served quickly. Nothing to do with hosting server resources.
 
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Personally, I'd be doing as much as I can myself before turning to Cloudflare. This means, content and server optimization, for example.

Are you experiencing slower than desired page load times right now?
 

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What do you planning to host on the server. Is it content delivery? Another important question is where is your target market? CLoudFlare or any other CDN would help, but you might not need it.
 
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Yes, optimize your site as EthernetServers says, and then yes, use Cloudflare to provide the fastest response times to the customer that you can. Everything helps.
 

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Some one get issues when your hosting is live while your website is down because Cloudflare issues? without Cloudflare may be a better option in this case?
 
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