Cloudinary uses certain service-specific sub-processors to support the delivery of the Cloudinary services, provide specific functionality within the Cloudinary services or to provide professional services. The following lists of the name(s) and activities of the service-specific sub-processors.
What is a Sub-processor
A Sub-processor is any processor engaged by Cloudinary, that processes certain Client Data as necessary to support delivery of the Services. Cloudinary engages different types of Sub-processors to perform various functions as explained in the tables below.
Updates to the Sub-processor List
Cloudinary will make updates to the Sub-processor list via this website. Please check back frequently for updates. Cloudinary will also notice of any new Sub-processors in accordance with and where required by the applicable agreement between Cloudinary and Customer.
Cloudinary performs due diligence on the information security practices and data protection compliance of all third party Sub-processors and requires each to commit to written obligations regarding their security controls and applicable regulations for the protection of personal data, including safeguards to govern international transfers of data.
|Name of Other Processor||Type of Services|
|Google Cloud Platform||Hosting Services|
|Cloudflare||CDN and WAF|
|Codet Spolka Z Organiczona Odpowiedzialnoscia Spolka Komandytowa||Development|
|Papaya Global (HK) Limited||Support Services|
|HK Project Services GmbH||Product Management|
|Datadog||Infrastructure Monitoring and Logging|
Objecting to a Sub-processor
Customers may object to a Sub-processor per the Data Processing Addendum (where applicable). To object to a Sub-processor, Customers must submit its objection email@example.com, along with their name, company name, name of Sub-processor, and grounds for objection (see Cloudinary’s Data Processing Addendum for further information).