Cloudinary supports the SVG format.
SVG images are automatically converted to a standard image format (e.g., PNG, JPG, etc.) during the upload process,
You should specify the image format via an incoming transformation,
Here's an example in Ruby of uploading an SVG file while converting to a PNG file before storing in the cloud:
Cloudinary::Uploader.upload("Feed-icon.svg", :public_id => "svg_sample", :format => "png")
Below is the SVG image after it was uploaded to Cloudinary:
Now you can transform it to match your graphic design, for example:
You can now manipulate a SVG image. For example, when asking for a larger image w_3000 will do the enlargement on the SVG first and then convert to PNG/JPG.