HTTP2 is now fully supported and available for all browsers. It was activated yesterday.
Customers who already have HTTP2 enabled in their servers, need to disable and re-enable it to update browser support. Other customers, just need to enable it (done from Server Settings in NEW CONSOLE).
Good, it's under review now.
Cloudways, can you give us a rough idea of when you might be ready for HTTP/2?
Go implement it before it's too late.
Can we use http2 on serverpilot? I thought CW is better!
Still not, back to Serverpilot then.
Yes. Lightningbase already supports it and it's fast!
Fauzi Rakhmat commented
Wow, a year ago. Hope at least a reply about this by CW.
Abdallah El-Gammal commented
It's been almost a year and not even a single reply from Cloudways!
This is supported in Nginx 1.9.5. Seems like you guys are using a mainline build anyway so can you upgrade the Nginx version please and offer http/2
Can you give us a rough idea of when you might be ready for HTTP/2?
Is there any plans to implement this? I think it´s a little overdue
Bryson T. commented
Definitely time to get this started. It's 2016 and HTTP/2 is a year old. All major browsers support it and critical common outside services are starting to push for it. Time to move forward.
What's the ETA on this project getting started? Thanks!
when can we expect this ? could we have a official reply from cloudways regarding this.
Http2 would be awesome
Any updates on implementing HTTP/2 yet?
HTTP/2 is the future of the web and it's available now. When can we expect Cloudways to implement it?
Bob Warrick commented
Mark Hodder commented
Nice Apache implementation info announced yesterday by HTTP/2 guy at Google here:
where he links to here:
Agreed, very much looking forward to it!
For now, thanks to some help from Cloudways, got HSTS and SPDY implemented