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Managing CDNs at scale is complex. Ongoing attention from experts who live and breathe the field is mandatory to fulfill its potential & keep it relevant to the business.
Most CDN features are unutilized. Your performance can only peak with careful modifications to impact your most important metrics.
To prevent users with root-like access to change content, a tightly-fitted security layer is a must - and sometimes requires the integration of a separate web security product.
Infrastructure as code is (IaC) increasingly standardized. Your CDN must integrate via APIs into your DevOps production cycle.
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Yes, CDN can help with various types of content: caching static content like images, CSS, JS objects, accelerating dynamic, non-cacheable personalized transactions, streaming live and on-demand video content and even delivering telemetry or API-based traffic in high frequency of requests.
Yes, one of the main benefits of CDN is offloading your server infrastructure, whether in the Cloud or on-premises. Counterintuitively, in some use cases, adding CDN to the website might reduce the overall spend on infrastructure, as CDN uses optimizations in connection and protocol handling.
In additions to the basic end-to-end HTTPS/TLS data encryption, CDNs offer multiple security capabilities: from Cloud/Edge-based DDoS protection and WAF through Bot Management to API and 3rd party client-side security.