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What is CDN and why is it important?
A CDN is a network of servers that distributes content from an “origin” server throughout the world by caching content close to where each end user is accessing the internet via a web-enabled device. The content they request is first stored on the origin server and is then replicated and stored elsewhere as needed.
How do you implement CDN?
If you don’t already have a GCP account create one and log into the Google Cloud Console.Step 1: Configure Your DNS Records. Step 2: Enable Cloud CDN. Step 3: Configure your web server. Step 4: Upload Content to the CDN.15-May-2019
Who owns Cloudflare?
Matthew Prince cofounded the web infrastructure and security company Cloudflare in 2009. It went public in September 2019. Prince owns about 10% of the company and serves as CEO. Pre-IPO its investors included Google’s venture firm CapitalG Microsoft Baidu and Qualcomm Ventures.
Does Amazon use Cloudflare?
Overview. You can use Cloudflare to proxy sites that rely on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to store static content using Amazon’s Simple Storage Service (S3).16-Aug-2022