Hey! Cool that you linked it, I’m still using that set-up although I would like to point out a couple downsides:
Not sure how well it works with Ghost Members.
It can break post previews in the editor (when you click to see the post rendered on the blog itself) Though it might be possible to set up an edge rule to avoid caching those as well.
Bunny aggressively tries to avoid updating their cache, which should be fairly obvious since it’s a CDN but still worth keeping in mind. When updating posts etc. you usually have to purge the relevant pages manually using their panel. It’s instant and not really difficult to do.
In any case, I’m still a happy customer of theirs and use it pretty extensively (outside of just having Ghost behind it). Also happy to answer questions if something is unclear
In Wordpress i usually offload images to store directly to bunnystorage for uploads and pull from bunny cdn for downloads. Trying to accomplish this with Ghost. Read the config documentation and came up with this to add in the config. But its not working. Can you tell whats wrong?
I eventually got an adapter script written using the ghost docs. I’ve implemented it on a few sites and works well, I think that’s the best solution. Ghost uses a bunny storage zone to offload media, and uses a pull zone(CDN) to pull the images.
That’s a great idea. If I could recoup some cost of dev for it. Bunny is the best solution for offloading I’ve found. Costwise it’s pennies and you can add image optimisation on the pull zone and serve multiple sites at just $10. I use it with Wordpress clients as well for years, very good service. Can I get back to you on this?