Today, when the world is dependent on internet for different purposes like business, amusement, and so on, you daily transfer and receive much information in the form of images, videos, CSS and many other types of files. But when you try to do so, it takes too much time because when a file is transferred from one place to another place, according to the distance between these two places it takes time, this can be understood from following example, suppose you are trying to get a file which belongs to American server from India, it would take more time than a person trying to access the same file from Washington, it happens because the data has to travel more round trips. To overcome this you can employ CDN technology. CDN may be extended as content delivery network. A CDN technology reduces the distance between the end-user and the source of that content. By which the content doesn’t has to travel much distance thus reduce the time of delivering it to the end-user. That’s why content delivery network is a string of servers widen around the world and used to collect content to increase the speed of its transfer to users.
Need of CDN
CDN services may be used by all those have to transfer many files daily, like e-commerce retailers, social media and other global corporations. it is because the user from different regions use these platforms, and less speed may move your customer towards an alternative.
Earlier it was supposed that the service is luxury, but now it is available on a low cost, so can be used by companies, want to improve connection and boost the file transfer. It is available in different ranges that one can pick any, according to need. You can choose a CDN first you should know your requirements like your targeted audience, security features you need etc.
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