Content Delivery Network (CDN)

A CDN is a system of computers containing copies of data, placed at various points in a network so as to maximize bandwidth for access to the data from clients throughout the network. A client accesses a copy of the data near to the client, as opposed to all clients accessing the same central server, so as to avoid bottlenecks near that server.

What types of content are generally delivered using a CDN?

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A CDN (also known as content distribution network) is nothing but a group of servers (system of computers) spread across the globe. The main is to optimizing the flow of digital content (such as css, images, JavaScript, video) and speed up web application to end-users. CDN utilizes advanced software, DNS, storage and networking technologies for organizing your data.

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