CDN Resource is aimed to deliver static assets like images, CSS files, installation files via CDN servers. CDN Resource allows caching content on CDN servers at user's first request and storing it for further requests. It minimizes latency and it decreases the load on your equipment. We can deliver content via HTTP or HTTPS. There is no restriction on the file size.
The service is targeted at
- Online stores
- Online streaming
- Corporate websites
- Travel companies
- High loaded resources
- News portals
- Online games
Create a CDN Resource
As soon as you sign up, you will be redirected to the page where you can configure your CDN Resource. Click Create CDN Resource.
Enable or Disable CDN Resource
Slide to the left to deactivate a service (when requesting CDN content the user will get 403 code). Read more.
Slide to the right if you are going to use HTTPS to deliver your content via a CDN and install a certificate. Read more on SSL-certificate installation.
Add an origin or origins where a CDN will pull content from. You can specify an IP or a domain name as an origin. Click Use Custom Port if your origin delivers content from non-standard ports (standard ports are 80 and 443). Read more on Origins Group.
Set a CNAME (an alias) that you will use on your website for static assets delivery via a CDN. If necessary, specify additional CNAME records for your site. To do this click +. Read more on CNAME.
Click the Create Resource button. You will be redirected to the page with the list of your CDN Resources. The CDN Resource will be created within 15 minutes. While the CDN Resource is processing, configure advanced settings.