We started using Azure CDN when we developed a new version of our corporate website, which included an architectural cloud shift. The new …
Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) lets us reduce load times and It saves on managing and optimizing our websites bandwidth. Simple and …
Great solution to deliver content of high bandwidth. Few departments within organization have used it to develop apps and websites which …
Azure CDN is Microsoft's cloud content distribution network custom-built for Azure. It shines for its ability to distribute static data …
Our Marketing and Communications department was the primary user of the Azure CDN. In a small capacity, our HR and Training departments …
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Azure CDN service integrates very well in a full or hybrid cloud architecture that is basically based on Azure services. In that scenario, the learning curve is shared among the different Azure services you need.
When you want to start a web startup project, you do not know how much resources you need and in the testing phase it may be low, but in the pilot launch phase, you may need more resources at any time, which is through Microsoft Azure CDN. You only pay for the resources you use, which means unlimited quality, security and savings.
Very appropriate for developing apps and websites and sharing content instantly. Security is top notch and makes sure data is not compromised. Very good integration with Azure services. Also, platform is developer friendly which makes it easy for a newbie to develop websites and apps. Advanced analytics help to generate value to a great extent.
Azure CDN is well suited to the CDN layer of traditional applications that are deployed to Azure's computer services. As it is very similar to other options from Google, Amazon, and smaller companies like Fastly, we traditionally choose it when the decision to deploy to Azure has already been made, and a CDN is required for client architecture criteria.
Global deployment of client-side code or assets. Does NOT have a programmability aspect, so it can't do serverless functions like AWS.
If you are looking for a secure, easy to manage, solution to store and distribute your content around the US and/or world, the Azure CDN may be the right solution. The only thing I would caution users on is that once your content is published and distributed it cannot be easily refreshed on the endpoints. Instead, you are at the mercy of the default time to live when the content was first uploaded.