Solid for private buckets, but they have no public buckets. Public serving means writing your own proxy server on CF Workers. I was getting >400ms latency, which is fine for downloads or services, but maybe not website images to live users.
No public serving without a worker yet. I have a script that will upload a worker to serve a bucket for public reads in the meantime. denoflare.dev/examples/r2-pu…
Also even though they will have global distribution eventually, right now the bucket lives wherever you create it.
Use it for a few use cases where I backup Zendesk data for customers and host assets for FAQs. It’s what they promise: stable, cheap and no or very minimal changes from the S3 API.
We use it mainly through with @Cloudflare Workers though.
I have been using R2 for a few months. No problems so far. The built in CDN and its distributed nature is where R2 really shines. You have to write a small js function to expose the bucket to the public though.