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CDN is the abbreviation of “Content Delivery Network”. It is a content caching mechanism that is transmitted over the Internet. CDN services are distributed through different global nodes, which can effectively reduce the delay of content transmission and ensure that a website can be accessed at the same speed from any place in the world. Therefore, a CDN features web browsing, effective diversion, high stability, and high security.
The Amazon CloudFront Content Delivery Network (CDN) provides a simple way for developers and enterprises to publish content to end users through a global node network, enabling low-latency, and high-speed data transmission. With the Amazon CloudFront CDN service, there is no minimum usage limit, which allow customers to effectively control the cost of content delivery and provide flexible and rapid advantages.
Use node networks located around the world to cache your static content replicas near the viewer's nodes, shorten viewer’s downloading delays and instantly complete large-scale content delivery tasks.
Regardless of dynamic or static content, it's using the same domain to point to all website content. Any configuration changes can be transmitted to the world in minutes and take effect immediately.
Pay only for the cost of delivered content over the Internet, no minimum spending commitments, and no prepayments, for any types of content, such as static content, dynamic content, streaming media, or applications.
The service automatically adjusts the server capacity in response to demand, uses multiple caches on each node, and compresses service requests for the same object before contacting the server to optimize infrastructure measures.
The use of decentralized nodes essentially automates the routing of end users to the nearest available nodes as required by the conditions of the network. The original request from the node to the origin server will be continuously monitored by the network path and optimized for availability and performance.
Using a global network of nodes, content can be delivered to end-users in North America, Europe, Asia, and South America with lower latency.