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September 19, 2016
We use OnApp CDN to off-load image and other files from our main servers to speed up browser load times and maintain more CPU for processing of files and databases on the servers that need them most. By putting images, video and even JS on the CDN servers, these files remain near the visitors that are requesting the files, which speeds up their browsing experience and reduces loads on the primary servers which would normally serve these files.
- Ease of setup. You can be CDN enabled within a few minutes.
- Huge CDN network rivals any other out there.
- Competitive pricing due to web hosts who own OnApp CDN Edge Servers competing for traffic on their CDN POPs.
- There really is nothing I can think of. It's simple and intuitive to use after your first instruction on the system.
Read Matt Lundstrom's full review
OnApp CDN is great for virtually any site with a desire or requirement to offload processing resources to a content delivery network in general. The OnApp CDN is one of the largest, if not largest CDNs on the planet and is well equipped to handle virtually any type of file distribution, including video. Video distribution POPs on the OnApp CDN are less available because each host that offers video has special requirements they may or may not be willing to get involved with. If you plan to distribute video on OnApp CDN first check if the number of POPs available for serving video suit your needs.
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What is OnApp CDN?
OnApp, headquartered in London, provides a content delivery network (CDN).
Categories: Content Delivery Networks (CDN)
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