Content Delivery Network (CDN)
A content delivery network is a highly-distributed platform of servers optimized to deliver content including web applications and streaming media. This network of servers is dispersed across many physical and network locations. In order to respond directly to end user requests for web content and fast, secure media delivery. It acts as an intermediary between a content server, also known as the origin, and its end users or clients. CDNs carry a significant portion of the world’s Internet traffic. They are ubiquitous in presence and mitigate the toughest challenges of delivering content over the Internet. The best CDNs make your business more agile, and seamlessly fit into a DevOps workflow. In specific terms, CDN technology should provide the following primary benefits to a business.