CDN Explained in 60 Seconds – Content Delivery Network

“Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a network of servers distributed across the internet that deliver web content to end-users with high availability and high performance. A CDN’s goal is to serve content on demand, so users experience consistently fast load times.”

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“The most common use of a CDN is to improve the delivery speed and reliability for video or other large files. Free services like Amazon CloudFront or Google’s Firebase provide storage space and bandwidth at various locations around the world, allowing you to get your data closer to your audience without incurring any costs.”

“CDNs are especially beneficial if you have an audience in multiple countries or regions because it will allow faster loading times for everyone no matter where they are located

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