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Microsoft Establishes Global Exclusive CDN Network: Average Delay of 50ms

2018-05-09 16:16:48 Author: Source: Fast Technology Review:0  Click:


The full name of the CDN is the Content Delivery Network, the content distribution network. The basic idea is to avoid bottlenecks and links on the Internet that may affect the speed and stability of data transmission as much as possible, so that the transmission of content is faster and more stable.
During Microsoft's Build 2018 conference, the company officially announced a dedicated global CDN node, mainly Azure CDN, and leased CDN nodes from Verizon/Akamai.
Microsoft Establishes Global Exclusive CDN Network: Average Delay of 50ms
Microsoft actually has more experience in the operation of CDN services. After all, its products have been fully transferred to the "cloud", including but not limited to Office 365, Skype, Bing, OneDrive, Xbox Live and so on.
The benefits highlighted by the giants are mainly related to Azure customers, namely, the use of a new multi-layer cache architecture such as regional caching to improve access stability and reduce delays.
Currently, Azure CDN has deployed as many as 54 Edge POPs and 16 regional cache nodes in 33 countries and regions around the world. It not only has strong anti-strike capability, but also can use Microsoft cloud services in more than 60 countries. Both do an average of 50ms delay.
In addition, Microsoft also announced the use-your-own SSL certificate into a public preview, which allows customers to customize and manage certificates, and create a CDN solution that meets their needs.
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