content delivery networks

  1. Prasoon Arora

    My 2 Cents What Are Content Delivery Networks

    A Content Delivery Network (CDN) works by providing alternative server nodes for users to download resources (usually static content like images and JavaScript). These nodes spread throughout the world, therefore being geographically closer to your users, ensuring a faster response and download...
  2. Prasoon Arora

    My 2 Cents Content Delivery Network (cdn)

    Content delivery networks use multiple servers in many geographic locations that improve deliveries of static and streaming content. Global content requests automatically get routed to the closest servers, speeding up page loads, maximizing bandwidth and providing identical content regardless of...
  3. Oldwriter

    My 2 Cents Content Delivery Network Usage Statistics

    You can monitor the current trends on Content Delivery Network usage at: Content Delivery Network Usage Statistics It has an useful chart detailing CDN usage for the top 10,000, 100,000 and one million internet websites, also featuring coverage-totals percentage. The numbers are presented by...
  4. Oldwriter

    My 2 Cents Advantages & Disadvantages Of Using Cdn For Websites

    If you have one or more websites with consistent traffic, you may want to ponder using a CDN for enhancing your visitors' usage experience. We are going to review the advantages and disadvantages of using a CDN in this WebMasterServe article. Let's start with an introduction to the concept...