Content Delivery Network – CDN



CDN (Content Delivery Network)

A content delivery network or content distaribution network (CDN) is a globally distributed network of proxy servers deployed in multiple data centers. The goal of a CDN is to serve content to end-users with high availability and high performance.

HTTP/2 Protocol

Several requests can be sent in rapid succession, which translates in increased performance

Origin Push

The content is being pushed from the origin servers, to the nearest CDN servers via RTMP/HLS/HDS/Mpeg-DASH protocol. This way, origin servers are always transmitting the same amount of data, no matter of the number of the customers that are requesting the content, or their location

Custom CNAMEs

Stay organized, create your own CNAMEs, based on your system/content characteristics

Origin Pull

The content is being pulled from your origin servers via RTMP/RTSP/HLS/HDS/Smooth/Mpeg-DASH protocol, by the nearest CDN servers, providing fast content delivery and best origin servers offload scenario

Custom Rules

Make your rules: protect your content, simulate errors, block IP-addresses, control content target on CDN level

Deliver SSL-secured content

In order to secure web browser sessions, email servers and other client-server transaction environments, SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) and its successor TLS (Transport Layer Security) employ strong encryption and authentication techniques.