CDN

A CDN (content delivery network) is a geographically-distributed network of proxy servers intended to cache and serve resources such as images and video from closer to users, reducing latency and increasing performance.

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  • Tutorial

    Using a CDN to Speed Up Static Content Delivery

    A content delivery network can be a quick and effective solution for improving the scalability and availability of your web sites. By caching static assets on a geographically distributed network of optimized servers,...
    By Hanif Jetha CDN Conceptual Networking
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    How to Set Up a Scalable Django App with DigitalOcean Managed Databases and Spaces

    Django is a powerful web framework that can help you get your Python application or website off the ground quickly. It includes several convenient features like an object-relational mapper, a Python API, and a...
    By Justin Ellingwood, Hanif Jetha Solutions Django Python Frameworks CDN DigitalOcean Spaces Object Storage Nginx Let's Encrypt PostgreSQL Databases Ubuntu 18.04
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    How to Speed Up WordPress Asset Delivery Using DigitalOcean Spaces CDN

    In this Solutions guide, we'll demonstrate how to offload your WordPress Media Library and other static assets to DigitalOcean Spaces, and deliver these to end users using the DigitalOcean Spaces CDN.
    By Hanif Jetha CDN Solutions DigitalOcean Object Storage WordPress
  • Tutorial

    What is a CDN?

    A content delivery network (CDN) is a geographically distributed group of servers optimized to deliver static content to end users. This static content can be almost any sort of data, but CDNs are most commonly used t...
    By Brian Boucheron CDN Glossary