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Overview

The Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a network of Microsoft Azure data centers distributed around the world. Content from Microsoft Azure Blob storage or Web Apps can be cached in the CDN for a certain period of time, ensuring efficient delivery of Blob storage content: a user is delivered content from the nearest data center when accessing Blob storage. On first access by a user, Azure checks whether the requested data is already available in the CDN location. If this is the case, the data is delivered from that location. If the data is not yet there, it is delivered from the original from Blob storage. A copy is stored in the CDN so that subsequent calls can be served from there.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 10/18/2016, Video, 0:06:25
    Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team talks about how to architect your website for speed with none other than Adam Glick - Senior...
  2. 8/26/2016, Video, 0:12:40
    How to get started with Akamai on Azure CDN, our newest provider, using both the Azure portal and a Powershell script. We explore the features and options in setting up an...
  3. 10/1/2016, Video, 1:12:50
    Many of our largest enterprise customers leverage multiple CDNs to scale their applications globally, optimize performance and cost and provide a high degree of network...
  4. 3/27/2016, Video, 0:18:15
    Azure CDN offers developers a new CDN object model, APIs, and multiple SDKs to help you build global applications with massive scale, high performance and security. We will...