My 2 Cents Content Delivery Network (cdn)

Prasoon Arora

White Belt
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 Internet- or site-traffic spikes. Depending on traffic and number of nodes, the network's algorithms select the best routing options to deliver optimum performance and avoid bottlenecks.

Pooja Sharma

Well-Known Member
Every time you open an Internet browser, it is more and more likely that you’re using a content delivery network, or CDN. The CDN is a network of servers that store content and deliver it to an audience spread across any area. The concept is to keep content on the CDN server closest to the end user, wherever they are, to speed up the page load time and avoid global network bottlenecks.


Well-Known Member
A content delivery network is essentially a group of servers strategically placed around the world. They are primarily used to cache and deliver web content faster.


White Belt
A content delivery network or content distribution network is a geographically distributed network of proxy servers and their data centers.

The goal is to provide high availability and high performance by distributing the service spatially relative to end-users. Some key features of CDN describe below:

1. faster Access to Website
2. Easy to Use
3. Reduce Your Server Load
4. Secure

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