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    How to optimize performance by CDN

    Updated 13 June 2023

    In this article, we will understand how to optimize performance by CDN? and will also present some evidence supporting its effectiveness

    What is CDN?

    CDN stands for Content Delivery Network. It is a distributed network of servers strategically placed in multiple locations worldwide.

    The primary purpose of a CDN is to deliver content, such as web pages, images, videos, and other files, to end-users quickly and efficiently.

    When a user requests content from a website, the CDN system selects the server closest to the user’s geographic location.

    It delivers the content to the user, minimizing latency and reducing the load on the website’s origin server.

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    Prominent CDN networks like Cloudflare, Amazon CloudFront, and Google Cloud CDN are well-known in the industry.

    Before and After CDN Implementation

    Let’s take a moment to focus on Cloudflare, a popular CDN option.

    I am utilizing Cloudflare to serve a webP image, optimizing content delivery.

    Results without CDN:

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    Results with CDN:

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    The impact of using a CDN on content delivery speed is clear and significant when compared to relying solely on the original server.

    To enhance delivery, you must utilize a CDN to serve static web pages, images, videos, javascript, and CSS.

    Feel free to leave any queries or comments in the section below, and we will address them accordingly.

    Do you have questions about CDN configuration or specific requirements? We are here to assist you. Share them with us here

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