CDN brings popular content to cache servers where it is accumulated, temporarily stored (cached), and available in future requests.
CDN-Content Delivery Network
Most of the time, it is a set of linked servers that accelerate the delivery of data (photos, videos and scripts) back to the user. Normally, CDN servers are set as close as possible to the end users.
Why does business need a CDN?
Content delivery fasterA global network allows users to access the nearest node, providing faster services, latency reduction, and a better user experience.
Content securityAllow restricted user access to the content and protects data assets.
Reduce server loadMigrate the content to CDN nodes, effectively reducing pressure on the origin site.
How a CDN benefits your business?
Bring a better user experienceYour customers will have a smooth, no-latency user experience in websites, online trading and games platforms. Good user experience will increase the satisfaction of your users so that they will likely to pay for your product or service and become loyal customers.
Reduce capital and operating expensesRelying on CDN services effectively reduces the load on servers. The CDN helps you to minimize the requirements for performance, server and network. A global network allows your services get to more user.