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Portal support for Azure CDN Standard rules engine is now available as part of the preview.
We are deprecating support for non-SNI connections when using Azure CDN from Verizon.
Data transfer from Azure services, such as Azure Storage, Azure Media Services, Azure Application Gateway, and more, to Azure CDN from Microsoft will be free of charge starting October 2019.
Announcing Bring your own SSL Certificate [BYOC] functionality for Azure CDN from Verizon, as well as CDN managed SSL Certificates for Azure CDN from Akamai.
Rules engine for Azure Content Delivery Network allows you to customize Content Delivery Network behavior on a per HTTP request basis to optimize delivery of your content to your end users.
You currently receive 1,024 bytes in every KB of data when you use Content Delivery Network. Starting September 1, 2018, you'll receive 1,000 bytes in every KB of data.
With the Azure mobile app, you can check status and critical metrics of your Azure resources, get notifications and alerts, and perform simple operations to resolve common issues.
A standard streaming endpoint eliminates the complexity of streaming endpoints by giving you the scale and robustness you need without making you worry about streaming units.
To provide a more consistent UI for accessing the Verizon geo-filtering feature, we will perform some configuration migrations from December 20 to December 23, 2016.
You can now find custom reports in the supplemental management portal for both Verizon profile types.
You can restrict access to your content, by country, for your Akamai profiles directly through the Azure portal.
Azure CDN from Akamai supports HTTP/2, which offers multiple benefits.
Today we're excited to announce the general availability of Azure Content Delivery Network from Akamai.
Coinciding with the release of the new Azure portal, we launched a new CDN experience, which is built on the Azure Resource Manager.
Additional point-of presence (POP) locations added to the Content Delivery Network.
New Standard and Premium feature sets are for CDN customers.
New CDN feature allows you to purge individual cached assets or entire directories from your CDN endpoints.
A new CDN feature allows you to preload individual assets to your CDN endpoints.
Azure Content Delivery Network Premium is an expansion of the existing service, offering a set of new premium features, including Rules Engine and Advanced Content Analytics.
The following scenarios are now supported: restricting access to your content by country, analyzing CDN usage patterns, and improving performance by compressing files.
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