CloudFlare happens to be quite a popular service for webmasters. Many are relying on it to serve their site faster and avoid security issues. CloudFlare is already fairly easy to use. But thanks to Sunny for WordPress, you can connect CloudFlare and WordPress to get even more control over the service. You will be able to automatically clear CloudFlare cache or clear your cache manually.
Sunny lets you test your CloudFlare API key and get control over your cache. The plugin also lets you blacklist IPs that may be used to perform hack attempts. It bans “admin” and “administer” accounts by default. But you can define your own bad usernames. You can also change email and notification settings.
Sunny happens to be a free plugin. You are going to need a CloudFlare account to get the most out of it. It simply helps you control your CloudFlare cache from within WordPress.