What is CDN?
- CDN stands for Content Delivery Network, it provides high bandwidth web content to users. CDN is also called Edge Server that is globally distributed.
- Data is cached at CDN Endpoint in POP Location (Point-of-presence).
How does It work?
- User Access data from their Closest CDN Endpoint to minimize latency.
- If data is not available at a CDN point, Azure Retrieves it from the Origin server and cache it at the CDN Endpoint.
- An origin server can be an Azure Web App, Azure Cloud Service, Azure Storage Account, or any publicly accessible web server.
What are the key benefits of CDN?
- It is a low-cost service.
- In CDN, Users have the ability to quick data access from POP location.
- CDN provides better performance and Improved Experience for End Users
- Improves performance by compression.
- Cache Content remains in the cache for the duration of TTL By Default 7 Days.
- CDN has a shared Cache.
- We can allow or restrict Azure CDN content for some countries.
|Resource||Default Limit||Max Limit|
|CDN Profile per profile||10||25|
|Custom Domain per Endpoint||10||25|